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2013-03-29 10:17:18 AM  
Yeah, God forbid we have actual background checks to enforce the laws we already have about people trying to buy guns who are actual felons and actual psychos.

These gun nuts wouldn't be so obnoxious if they just admitted that they like to play with their toys and would drop the pretense that the second amendment is still about keeping the government from getting out of control with the threat of armed insurrection.
 
2013-03-29 10:20:30 AM  
For fark's sake, not this shiat again. Expand background checks = they be coming fer mys guns! Increase funding for research on gun violence = Obama's taking my guns! The sun is out today = the guberment wants to disarm me so they can enslave me!
 
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2013-03-29 10:30:36 AM  
i wonder what exactly is going on in someone's head to make them so obsessed with a weapons (or sporting goods if you listen to some gun nuts).

I remember when three wheel ATVs were banned.  there were people who were upset, but no one was threatening to start killing people.
 
2013-03-29 10:33:50 AM  
It's scary that they get so afraid.
 
2013-03-29 10:33:51 AM  
Good luck with all of that.
Take the 30+ round magazines, full auto weapons, and the really scary "military" style weapons.
Then enforce the laws on the books.

And finally leave my shiat alone.
 
2013-03-29 10:51:12 AM  
What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns? I'm a hardcore computer gamer- I have one PC. My wife collects sewing machines. She has about 20 of them, but all but one are antiques.  I can understand having a collection of antique firearms, but many of these nuts have collections of modern guns. Why do gun freaks need to have 20 different guns, most of which do the exact same thing? If they really examined the impetus behind their hobby, they might find they have a problem.
 
2013-03-29 11:02:25 AM  

Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns?


Because they all have wet dreams about facing an oppressive government if they someday have to, which would have happened already if they actually had the balls. They would be beaten down like the red headed step child of a rented mule but at least they would have put their money where their mouth is.
 
2013-03-29 11:04:10 AM  

Mugato: Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns?

Because they all have wet dreams about facing an oppressive government if they someday have to, which would have happened already if they actually had the balls. They would be beaten down like the red headed step child of a rented mule but at least they would have put their money where their mouth is.


To wit

mediamatters.org


Give us a farking break.
 
2013-03-29 11:08:55 AM  
Every time I hear someone say "executive power," I imagine Obama dressed as Dracula from Castlevania SOTN unleashing the two fireballs that you couldn't extinguish with your whip.
 
2013-03-29 11:09:46 AM  

Mugato: Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns?

Because they all have wet dreams about facing an oppressive government if they someday have to, which would have happened already if they actually had the balls. They would be beaten down like the red headed step child of a rented mule but at least they would have put their money where their mouth is.


Do these fark tards realize that the CIA, not the military mind you, has in its possession a weapon which can find you through walls at distances up to 5 miles and then kill you with a missile at that range?
 
2013-03-29 11:09:49 AM  

Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns? I'm a hardcore computer gamer- I have one PC. My wife collects sewing machines. She has about 20 of them, but all but one are antiques. I can understand having a collection of antique firearms, but many of these nuts have collections of modern guns. Why do gun freaks need to have 20 different guns, most of which do the exact same thing? If they really examined the impetus behind their hobby, they might find they have a problem.


Alamo fetish.
 
2013-03-29 11:09:54 AM  

NightOwl2255: For fark's sake, not this shiat again.


From now until 2014.  If it gets the GOP seats, it's going to get even worse.
 
2013-03-29 11:12:11 AM  

Mugato: Yeah, God forbid we have actual background checks to enforce the laws we already have about people trying to buy guns who are actual felons and actual psychos.


...which the NRA wing of the Republican party is trying to remove from the books.  Colorado Republicans don't think that a law-abiding domestic abuser should be stripped of his 2nd amendment God-given right to own a gun, nor do Louisiana justices think that a law-abiding convicted felon be unduly burdened with the confiscation of their firearms (though, to be fair, that would mean that you can get your guns taken away for pot possession, but still...)
 
2013-03-29 11:13:23 AM  

MyKingdomForYourHorse: Do these fark tards realize that the CIA, not the military mind you, has in its possession a weapon which can find you through walls at distances up to 5 miles and then kill you with a missile at that range?


No, they just watch Red Dawn in a continual loop. And it's kick ass.
 
2013-03-29 11:15:09 AM  

Mugato: Yeah, God forbid we have actual background checks to enforce the laws we already have about people trying to buy guns who are actual felons and actual psychos.

These gun nuts wouldn't be so obnoxious if they just admitted that they like to play with their toys and would drop the pretense that the second amendment is still about keeping the government from getting out of control with the threat of armed insurrection.


Which, as far as I can tell, is all an executive order really does: recommend where we need to be using our resources, and what numbers the president wants to see changed. Get your tin foil hats off, you psychotic lunatics, it's going to be okay.
 
2013-03-29 11:15:35 AM  

Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns? I'm a hardcore computer gamer- I have one PC. My wife collects sewing machines. She has about 20 of them, but all but one are antiques.  I can understand having a collection of antique firearms, but many of these nuts have collections of modern guns. Why do gun freaks need to have 20 different guns, most of which do the exact same thing? If they really examined the impetus behind their hobby, they might find they have a problem.


Handgun for CCW, Shotgun for duck and geese, 45-70 lever action for nosy bears while huniting moose and elk with my .308. .22 for targets and gophers and rabbits, .223 for coyotes and prarie dogs....

A .22 won't work against a moose, and a 45-70 won't leave much of a rabbit left to cook for dinner.

A more important question is why can't they standardize screw heads? Why do I need a standard, a philips, a torx, an allen head etc....just to work on my truck?
 
2013-03-29 11:16:18 AM  
"No Donnie, these men are cowards." -Walter Sobchak, Did Not Watch His Buddies Die Face Down in the Muck to Live in an America Replete With An Inordinate Amount of Pussies Whose Dicks Have Been Purchased at Wal-mart in the Sporting Goods Section.
 
2013-03-29 11:17:07 AM  
I dunno.  Stories like these always make me smile.

Granted, it's not the stories that are the actual source of joy.  It's the fact that some deluded gun nut will read it and off himself and his innocent family rather than live under what he has been told to believe is Obama's oppressive iron boot that brings the biggest smile to my face.
 
2013-03-29 11:17:31 AM  
 
2013-03-29 11:17:44 AM  

NightOwl2255: For fark's sake, not this shiat again. Expand background checks = they be coming fer mys guns! Increase funding for research on gun violence = Obama's taking my guns! The sun is out today = the guberment wants to disarm me so they can enslave me!


Here's what I don't get. Wouldn't law-abiding, responsible gun owners WANT better regulations on who can own guns? Aren't these wackos giving them a bad name? It's like when I'm at a party, and someone's being a dick, I want that dude to get kicked out ASAP so the rest of us can enjoy ourselves instead of being lumped together and having the whole thing shut down. If you truly are a responsible, safe, law-abiding gun owner, you should welcome this. Why are you so worried about YOUR guns being taken away? Are you worried that it might be discovered you're not so responsible after all?
 
2013-03-29 11:17:48 AM  

Mugato: No, they just watch Red Dawn in a continual loop. And it's kick ass.


This comment is extra funny for me today since I just watched the remake last night.

I tell you what, Thor better be glad that movie was delayed. That movie was so shiatty it could have easily stalled his career.
 
2013-03-29 11:18:00 AM  

Giltric: Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns? I'm a hardcore computer gamer- I have one PC. My wife collects sewing machines. She has about 20 of them, but all but one are antiques.  I can understand having a collection of antique firearms, but many of these nuts have collections of modern guns. Why do gun freaks need to have 20 different guns, most of which do the exact same thing? If they really examined the impetus behind their hobby, they might find they have a problem.

Handgun for CCW, Shotgun for duck and geese, 45-70 lever action for nosy bears while huniting moose and elk with my .308. .22 for targets and gophers and rabbits, .223 for coyotes and prarie dogs....

A .22 won't work against a moose, and a 45-70 won't leave much of a rabbit left to cook for dinner.

A more important question is why can't they standardize screw heads? Why do I need a standard, a philips, a torx, an allen head etc....just to work on my truck?


No idea why we still have standard (to open paint cans I guess) but I think we have the torx type ones as they are used by machines putting stuff together.  Probably the screws hold on better.
 
2013-03-29 11:18:24 AM  
You want to pass background checks for law abiding Americans?  Pass an executive order that recognizes a Muslim-American's right to bear arms.  Yes, I know they already can, but much like Republicans pointless laws, it would scare the shiat out of the right bad enough that they'd be willing to submit to background checks solely based upon forcing Muslims to be subject to further scrutiny.
 
2013-03-29 11:18:34 AM  
Comments thread on TFA are eye-popping, considering how milquetoast the article was.  And I thought that the Fark gun threads drew a surprising number of freaks.
 
2013-03-29 11:18:56 AM  
Where did the money for this come from?

I thought we were under strict across the board sequestor.
 
2013-03-29 11:19:33 AM  
So, let me get this straight:  On March 29, 2013 this author finally picked up on what those 23 Executive Directives, Memorandum, and Policy Statements (NOT TO BE CONFUSED with an Exec. Order, which has the force of law) issued by Obama back on January 16, 2013 actually meant?

No NEW Exec. Orders have been issued in the interim and nothing in the announced policy of the administration has changed.

Other than to continue to rouse the rabble, I really don't get the point of this article.
 
2013-03-29 11:19:53 AM  

Vodka Zombie: I dunno.  Stories like these always make me smile.

Granted, it's not the stories that are the actual source of joy.  It's the fact that some deluded gun nut will read it and off himself and his innocent family rather than live under what he has been told to believe is Obama's oppressive iron boot that brings the biggest smile to my face.


That's farked up, dude.
 
2013-03-29 11:22:04 AM  

MyKingdomForYourHorse: Mugato: Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns?

Because they all have wet dreams about facing an oppressive government if they someday have to, which would have happened already if they actually had the balls. They would be beaten down like the red headed step child of a rented mule but at least they would have put their money where their mouth is.

Do these fark tards realize that the CIA, not the military mind you, has in its possession a weapon which can find you through walls at distances up to 5 miles and then kill you with a missile at that range?



Maybe people should move in next door to you and use your proximity to them as a human shield ....actually I don't think the government would care if you die when they target some guy who is on their list.

They don't seem to care about collateral damage in Afghanistan or Iraq......why start now when it comes to America?

Were you in favor of or opposed to collateral damage when Bush/Obama was targetting terrorists?
 
2013-03-29 11:22:13 AM  

Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns? I'm a hardcore computer gamer- I have one PC. My wife collects sewing machines. She has about 20 of them, but all but one are antiques.  I can understand having a collection of antique firearms, but many of these nuts have collections of modern guns. Why do gun freaks need to have 20 different guns, most of which do the exact same thing? If they really examined the impetus behind their hobby, they might find they have a problem.


I know right. It's like people who have different sized wrenches. Whats up with that? Can't get the job done with a 3/8th? You shouldn't be putting stuff together.
 
2013-03-29 11:22:23 AM  

Car_Ramrod: Vodka Zombie: I dunno.  Stories like these always make me smile.

Granted, it's not the stories that are the actual source of joy.  It's the fact that some deluded gun nut will read it and off himself and his innocent family rather than live under what he has been told to believe is Obama's oppressive iron boot that brings the biggest smile to my face.

That's farked up, dude.


I know.

Not much I can do about it, sadly.
 
2013-03-29 11:23:40 AM  

Car_Ramrod: NightOwl2255: For fark's sake, not this shiat again. Expand background checks = they be coming fer mys guns! Increase funding for research on gun violence = Obama's taking my guns! The sun is out today = the guberment wants to disarm me so they can enslave me!

Here's what I don't get. Wouldn't law-abiding, responsible gun owners WANT better regulations on who can own guns? Aren't these wackos giving them a bad name? It's like when I'm at a party, and someone's being a dick, I want that dude to get kicked out ASAP so the rest of us can enjoy ourselves instead of being lumped together and having the whole thing shut down. If you truly are a responsible, safe, law-abiding gun owner, you should welcome this. Why are you so worried about YOUR guns being taken away? Are you worried that it might be discovered you're not so responsible after all?


Get rid of the part in proposed legislation where the AG sets the fee for the proposed UBCs.

Make them free to anyone who wants to use an FFL to transfer a firearm to someone else.
 
2013-03-29 11:23:56 AM  

Giltric: Maybe people should move in next door to you and use your proximity to them as a human shield ....actually I don't think the government would care if you die when they target some guy who is on their list.

They don't seem to care about collateral damage in Afghanistan or Iraq......why start now when it comes to America?

Were you in favor of or opposed to collateral damage when Bush/Obama was targetting terrorists?


image.guardian.co.uk
 
2013-03-29 11:24:10 AM  

Vodka Zombie: Car_Ramrod: Vodka Zombie: I dunno.  Stories like these always make me smile.

Granted, it's not the stories that are the actual source of joy.  It's the fact that some deluded gun nut will read it and off himself and his innocent family rather than live under what he has been told to believe is Obama's oppressive iron boot that brings the biggest smile to my face.

That's farked up, dude.

I know.

Not much I can do about it, sadly.


Um, off hand? Stop taking joy in people dying. Especially innocent people. That'd be a start.
 
2013-03-29 11:25:23 AM  

Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns? I'm a hardcore computer gamer- I have one PC. My wife collects sewing machines. She has about 20 of them, but all but one are antiques.  I can understand having a collection of antique firearms, but many of these nuts have collections of modern guns. Why do gun freaks need to have 20 different guns, most of which do the exact same thing? If they really examined the impetus behind their hobby, they might find they have a problem.


Because it's in and amendment the Constitution, and they love the Constitution. Well, not the amendment about income taxes, or in some cases some of the other ones about who can vote and all that. But you JUST TRY TO QUARTER TROOPS IN THEIR HOMES and you'll see what all those guns are for.
 
2013-03-29 11:26:33 AM  
I'm still waiting for Ted Nugent to go to prison.
 
2013-03-29 11:26:45 AM  

Mugato: Yeah, God forbid we have actual background checks to enforce the laws we already have about people trying to buy guns who are actual felons and actual psychos.

These gun nuts wouldn't be so obnoxious if they just admitted that they like to play with their toys and would drop the pretense that the second amendment is still about keeping the government from getting out of control with the threat of armed insurrection.


Nobody is prosecuting background check failures now.

Its a 'paper prosecution' which they don't care about.

Dinki: What is it with gunnuts and their need to have 10, 20, 30 guns? I'm a hardcore computer gamer- I have one PC.


Your PC is a highly general and adaptable machine. It can run spreadsheets, do video editing, all in the same box. I can't hunt rabbits and deer with the same gun.

Why do gun freaks need to have 20 different guns, most of which do the exact same thing?

Most of them don't do the 'same thing'. Even in the same caliber - I have two .22 caliber pistols. One is revolver, my grandad's, and it takes some different .22 cartridges. My semiautomatic .22 pistol only takes .22lr. Then again, I don't like to do anything but target shoot with my grandad's revolver, because its got a nice inlay and is much nicer than my newer hunting pistol.

If they really examined the impetus behind their hobby, they might find they have a problem.

Wildlife conservation and sportsmanship?
 
2013-03-29 11:27:02 AM  

MyKingdomForYourHorse: Giltric: Maybe people should move in next door to you and use your proximity to them as a human shield ....actually I don't think the government would care if you die when they target some guy who is on their list.

They don't seem to care about collateral damage in Afghanistan or Iraq......why start now when it comes to America?

Were you in favor of or opposed to collateral damage when Bush/Obama was targetting terrorists?

[image.guardian.co.uk image 460x276]


So you're not going to go on record with an answer to the question regarding collateral damage?

Farkied you as a weasel.

/just sayin
 
2013-03-29 11:29:16 AM  

Giltric: Car_Ramrod: NightOwl2255: For fark's sake, not this shiat again. Expand background checks = they be coming fer mys guns! Increase funding for research on gun violence = Obama's taking my guns! The sun is out today = the guberment wants to disarm me so they can enslave me!

Here's what I don't get. Wouldn't law-abiding, responsible gun owners WANT better regulations on who can own guns? Aren't these wackos giving them a bad name? It's like when I'm at a party, and someone's being a dick, I want that dude to get kicked out ASAP so the rest of us can enjoy ourselves instead of being lumped together and having the whole thing shut down. If you truly are a responsible, safe, law-abiding gun owner, you should welcome this. Why are you so worried about YOUR guns being taken away? Are you worried that it might be discovered you're not so responsible after all?

Get rid of the part in proposed legislation where the AG sets the fee for the proposed UBCs.

Make them free to anyone who wants to use an FFL to transfer a firearm to someone else.


Why?
 
2013-03-29 11:29:29 AM  
As a gun owner and strong opponent of bans...I'm OKAY with background checks and processes that vet people who buy guns.

I don't care if i have to go through some checks and training in exchange for the right to carry a weapon in public, and while many of my brethren believe that I'm a 2ASINO because I believe that with the right to go armed and own weaponry comes the responsibility to use it responsibly.

I don't give keys to drunk guys, and I support barkeepers requiring people who order stiff drinks taking keys from people.

I don't let kids play around on heavy equipment like tractors and trucks and other such things where they might do something stupid.

I don't let kids play with knives, and supervise kids with sharp objects or guns.

It's just farking responsibility.

Were that the media were half as responsible about what they posted and the aftereffects of same. Were that people were responsible enough to realize that every action has a cause.

Anyway, that's not germane. What is germane is that maybe we can get to a point where gun owners and gun grabbers can agree on ways that enforce the responsibility of firearms and their proper use without equally forcing their view of what is and isn't appropriate on us.
 
2013-03-29 11:29:36 AM  
Car_Ramrod: Here's what I don't get. Wouldn't law-abiding, responsible gun owners WANT better regulations on who can own guns? Aren't these wackos giving them a bad name? It's like when I'm at a party, and someone's being a dick, I want that dude to get kicked out ASAP so the rest of us can enjoy ourselves instead of being lumped together and having the whole thing shut down. If you truly are a responsible, safe, law-abiding gun owner, you should welcome this. Why are you so worried about YOUR guns being taken away? Are you worried that it might be discovered you're not so responsible after all?

I have quite a collection, and I think guns should be treated exactly like automobiles.  Users licensed, guns registered, and insured against accidental harm or theft.

That would not violate the Second Amendment in any way.
 
2013-03-29 11:29:51 AM  
inspirably.com
 
2013-03-29 11:31:58 AM  
Car_Ramrod:
Here's what I don't get. Wouldn't law-abiding, responsible gun owners WANT better regulations on who can own guns?

The background check system of prohibited persons that we have right now is pretty good, and part of the issue is that almost anything further proposed is so far over-reaching that it simply cannot be accepted. Schumer's 'Universal background check' bill includes language that'd make me and my hunting buddy a felon if he brought my deer rifle from the truck to the cabin, for example.

Aren't these wackos giving them a bad name? It's like when I'm at a party, and someone's being a dick, I want that dude to get kicked out ASAP so the rest of us can enjoy ourselves instead of being lumped together and having the whole thing shut down.

They do. Its kind of like the KKK giving white guys a bad name, but its their Constitutional right to say stupid shiat. Cost of a free society and all that.

If you truly are a responsible, safe, law-abiding gun owner, you should welcome this. Why are you so worried about YOUR guns being taken away? Are you worried that it might be discovered you're not so responsible after all?

No, its because the stated intent to eventually remove all guns - as 'gun control' advocates have openly stated. Similarly to the anti-abortion movement, they hope to slowly push out all gun ownership by making it so expensive, so inconvenient, and so dangerously litigious with confusing overboard regulation that people just stop.
 
2013-03-29 11:32:47 AM  

ilambiquated: [inspirably.com image 380x333]


oh look, it's you again.  Here to spout meaningless platitudes instead of engaging in meaningful conversation? I noticed you didn't bother to show up to the last thread where we had an actual reasonable conversation on the topic.
 
2013-03-29 11:33:30 AM  

BayouOtter: Car_Ramrod:
Here's what I don't get. Wouldn't law-abiding, responsible gun owners WANT better regulations on who can own guns?

The background check system of prohibited persons that we have right now is pretty good, and part of the issue is that almost anything further proposed is so far over-reaching that it simply cannot be accepted. Schumer's 'Universal background check' bill includes language that'd make me and my hunting buddy a felon if he brought my deer rifle from the truck to the cabin, for example.

Aren't these wackos giving them a bad name? It's like when I'm at a party, and someone's being a dick, I want that dude to get kicked out ASAP so the rest of us can enjoy ourselves instead of being lumped together and having the whole thing shut down.

They do. Its kind of like the KKK giving white guys a bad name, but its their Constitutional right to say stupid shiat. Cost of a free society and all that.

If you truly are a responsible, safe, law-abiding gun owner, you should welcome this. Why are you so worried about YOUR guns being taken away? Are you worried that it might be discovered you're not so responsible after all?

No, its because the stated intent to eventually remove all guns - as 'gun control' advocates have openly stated. Similarly to the anti-abortion movement, they hope to slowly push out all gun ownership by making it so expensive, so inconvenient, and so dangerously litigious with confusing overboard regulation that people just stop.


This.
 
2013-03-29 11:34:07 AM  

Giltric: So you're not going to go on record with an answer to the question regarding collateral damage?


You'll have to accept my apology, I keep forgetting that I switched usernames since coming back here.

Yes I think the collateral damage is bad, I also don't approve of the double tap tactic which often kills first responders and people coming to assist. I also think the delivery package creates horrific wounds and is a terrible way to die. But that wasn't my point in bringing that up, hence the eye stare because you missed it.

And for the record, I resent the name weasel. I think I'm more like a door mouse.
 
2013-03-29 11:34:18 AM  
Car_Ramrod:

Make them free to anyone who wants to use an FFL to transfer a firearm to someone else.

Why?


Forcing all kinds of additional hardships onto people in exercise of a Constitutional right discriminates against the poor, for example. If the only FFL that will do transfers lives 100 miles away and charges $200 for the background check, its pretty tough for non-wealthy people to do transfers, you know?
 
2013-03-29 11:35:10 AM  

BayouOtter: No, its because the stated intent to eventually remove all guns - as 'gun control' advocates have openly stated. Similarly to the anti-abortion movement, they hope to slowly push out all gun ownership by making it so expensive, so inconvenient, and so dangerously litigious with confusing overboard regulation that people just stop.


I see someone didn't get the memo that the Dems marginalized our moonbats years ago.
 
2013-03-29 11:35:22 AM  

ilambiquated: [inspirably.com image 380x333]


>quoting anonymous
>>>/b/
 
2013-03-29 11:36:26 AM  

Car_Ramrod: Giltric: Car_Ramrod: NightOwl2255: For fark's sake, not this shiat again. Expand background checks = they be coming fer mys guns! Increase funding for research on gun violence = Obama's taking my guns! The sun is out today = the guberment wants to disarm me so they can enslave me!

Here's what I don't get. Wouldn't law-abiding, responsible gun owners WANT better regulations on who can own guns? Aren't these wackos giving them a bad name? It's like when I'm at a party, and someone's being a dick, I want that dude to get kicked out ASAP so the rest of us can enjoy ourselves instead of being lumped together and having the whole thing shut down. If you truly are a responsible, safe, law-abiding gun owner, you should welcome this. Why are you so worried about YOUR guns being taken away? Are you worried that it might be discovered you're not so responsible after all?

Get rid of the part in proposed legislation where the AG sets the fee for the proposed UBCs.

Make them free to anyone who wants to use an FFL to transfer a firearm to someone else.

Why?


Why not is a better question. When it comes to safety issues since everyone is being kept safe than the costs should be subsidized and paid for through everyones taxes and not levied upon the person seeking the transfer.
 
2013-03-29 11:37:18 AM  

MyKingdomForYourHorse: BayouOtter: No, its because the stated intent to eventually remove all guns - as 'gun control' advocates have openly stated. Similarly to the anti-abortion movement, they hope to slowly push out all gun ownership by making it so expensive, so inconvenient, and so dangerously litigious with confusing overboard regulation that people just stop.

I see someone didn't get the memo that the Dems marginalized our moonbats years ago.


Sadly, one of them is still introducing bills banning various firearms whenever she can. You missed one.
 
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