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2013-07-18 02:25:48 PM

redmid17: Elegy: Corvus: Elegy: Corvus: We live in a pretty stupid country where if you shoot someone down you get off but if you shoot warning shots to scare them off you go to jail.

I bet you biatch sarcastically about "responsible gun owners" quite frequently, and yet you want to decriminalize one of the most irresponsible things you can do with a gun.

What a great idea. Hey everybody! Firing random and unaimed shots off is now perfectly legal and OK to do!

Tell me how stupid our country is again.

Where did I say that? It's funny how you dopes need to make shiat up to live in your fantasy world that you are smarter than everyone.

Where did I said what I bolded? I never did. Do you know what are "warning shot" is? because it's not what you just described.

Tell me then: how would you fire a warning shot that isn't random and unaimed?

My guess would be that they deliberately and purposely aim a shot to miss the person. I think it's still pretty negligent, dangerous, and/or reckless but a warning shot doesn't have to be random or unaimed.


In the heat of the moment, do you clearly know what is behind the person? Are there kids playing in the street? The UPS guy making his daily deliveries? Is there something the round could deflect off of, say a utility box, that could cause the round to ricochet and hit an innocent bystander?

If you do not know EXACTLY what the round is going to hit and what it will do when it hits that target, it is a random and unaimed shot. You are trusting chance and luck that nothing bad will happen.
 
2013-07-18 02:29:02 PM

Elegy: redmid17: Elegy: Corvus: Elegy: Corvus: We live in a pretty stupid country where if you shoot someone down you get off but if you shoot warning shots to scare them off you go to jail.

I bet you biatch sarcastically about "responsible gun owners" quite frequently, and yet you want to decriminalize one of the most irresponsible things you can do with a gun.

What a great idea. Hey everybody! Firing random and unaimed shots off is now perfectly legal and OK to do!

Tell me how stupid our country is again.

Where did I say that? It's funny how you dopes need to make shiat up to live in your fantasy world that you are smarter than everyone.

Where did I said what I bolded? I never did. Do you know what are "warning shot" is? because it's not what you just described.

Tell me then: how would you fire a warning shot that isn't random and unaimed?

My guess would be that they deliberately and purposely aim a shot to miss the person. I think it's still pretty negligent, dangerous, and/or reckless but a warning shot doesn't have to be random or unaimed.

In the heat of the moment, do you clearly know what is behind the person? Are there kids playing in the street? The UPS guy making his daily deliveries? Is there something the round could deflect off of, say a utility box, that could cause the round to ricochet and hit an innocent bystander?

If you do not know EXACTLY what the round is going to hit and what it will do when it hits that target, it is a random and unaimed shot. You are trusting chance and luck that nothing bad will happen.

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Brett knows well the danger of the ricochet.
 
2013-07-18 02:29:16 PM

Fart_Machine: I'm sorry I can't hear you over the sound of calls to arm fetuses or how Agenda 21 will disarm America.


 Not sure how dumbass and crackpot theories from the right exonerates the dumbass and crackpot ideas from the left.  Or is it just a BSABSVD post?
 
2013-07-18 02:32:44 PM

Lost Thought 00: meat0918: And Joe was an idiot to say it.

What goes up, must come down, and his advice could have killed someone.

Well, unless it's trajectory intersects an alternate gravitational frame of reference


Would this alternate gravitational frame of reference be in an alternate universe where the English language developed differently and the pronoun "its" has an apostrophe? ;-)

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2013-07-18 02:33:13 PM
Discharging a firearm in a residential area is almost always a bad idea.  That's more or less why there are laws against it.  No, you might not kill someone when the bullet or shot comes back down.  You could still hurt someone, though.  People get injured with some frequency due to falling bullets on New Year's Eve in New Orleans because some dumbasses enjoy firing their guns in the air at midnight.
 
2013-07-18 02:33:34 PM

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Good lord.  I accidentally clicked the "smart" button
 
2013-07-18 02:36:19 PM

HeadLever: Fart_Machine: I'm sorry I can't hear you over the sound of calls to arm fetuses or how Agenda 21 will disarm America.

 Not sure how dumbass and crackpot theories from the right exonerates the dumbass and crackpot ideas from the left.  Or is it just a BSABSVD post?


Because only Democrats make dumb comments regarding guns amirite?
 
2013-07-18 02:36:56 PM

Fart_Machine: HeadLever: A Dark Evil Omen: Well, I wouldn't say being a centrist is "dumb" per se,

When it comes to guns and politics, you can bet that the majority of 'suggestions' that comes out of the typical democrat's mouth will be pretty damn dumb.

I'm sorry I can't hear you over the sound of calls to arm fetuses or how Agenda 21 will disarm America.


Links between abortion and cancer, death panels . . .
 
2013-07-18 02:37:11 PM

new_york_monty: I'm going to take a half step back here and state that, under the laws in most parts of our country, a warning shot is a highly stupid idea that will likely be considered a negligent discharge


Depends upon how and where the shot was fired.  Taking a warning shot itself is not illegal.  However, if said warning shot is negligently fired or if there are local laws against firingin within a certain boundary, then you can definatly get hit with this type of charge.  Firing a warning shot because you stubled upon a grizzly cub and sow in the wildnerness and you are having a face-off is not going to land you in jail.
 
2013-07-18 02:40:47 PM

Fart_Machine: Because only Democrats make dumb comments regarding guns amirite?


Not sure where you bought that silly strawman. Kind of reinforces my point of "When it comes to guns and politics, you can bet that the majority of 'suggestions' that comes out of the typical democrat's mouth will be pretty damn dumb."
 
2013-07-18 02:44:04 PM

HeadLever: Fart_Machine: Because only Democrats make dumb comments regarding guns amirite?

Not sure where you bought that silly strawman. Kind of reinforces my point of "When it comes to guns and politics, you can bet that the majority of 'suggestions' that comes out of the typical democrat's mouth will be pretty damn dumb."


It reinforces that you're a hack you mean.
 
2013-07-18 02:46:47 PM

Nabb1: Discharging a firearm in a residential area is almost always a bad idea.  That's more or less why there are laws against it.  No, you might not kill someone when the bullet or shot comes back down.  You could still hurt someone, though.  People get injured with some frequency due to falling bullets on New Year's Eve in New Orleans because some dumbasses enjoy firing their guns in the air at midnight.


And sometimes, you accidentally kill a kid or two.
 
2013-07-18 02:49:47 PM

Fart_Machine: It reinforces that you're a hack you mean.


Nah, I don't think you are a hack.  Just a misguided Democrat that has to resort to strawmen instead of addressing the argument head-on.  Dumb, yes.  Hack, nah.
 
2013-07-18 02:57:51 PM

HeadLever: Fart_Machine: It reinforces that you're a hack you mean.

Nah, I don't think you are a hack.  Just a misguided Democrat that has to resort to strawmen instead of addressing the argument head-on.  Dumb, yes.  Hack, nah.


Wow you gave the No U! I'm crushed. No I'm not a democrat. Never have been. Pointing out that the "typical democrat" has dumb suggestions about guns while ignoring the mountain of dumb firearms suggestions on the other side makes you a hack. It's not a strawman. Even someone as dumb as you should be able to figure it out.
 
2013-07-18 03:07:18 PM

Taking self defense advice from an anti-gun democrat.


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2013-07-18 03:07:19 PM
So, both left and right-- we seem to have a consensus that:

1.  Biden gave some stupid advice.
2.  The guy in TFA was stupid to follow it.

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Lost Thought 00: meat0918: And Joe was an idiot to say it.

What goes up, must come down, and his advice could have killed someone.

Well, unless it's trajectory intersects an alternate gravitational frame of reference


Or if the object going up exceeds the gravitational body's escape velocity.
 
2013-07-18 03:07:25 PM

Fart_Machine: Pointing out that the "typical democrat" has dumb suggestions about guns while ignoring the mountain of dumb firearms suggestions on the other side makes you a hack.


Where am I ignoring them?  I fully recognize the derp from the crackpot right.  That has nothing to do with my argument,  however.

/Therefore, your argument is a strawman.
//but you still are not a hack
 
2013-07-18 03:10:27 PM

Elegy: redmid17: In the heat of the momen

t, do you clearly know what is behind the person? Are there kids playing in the street? The UPS guy making his daily deliveries? Is there something the round could deflect off of, say a utility box, that could cause the round to ricochet and hit an innocent bystander?

If you do not know EXACTLY what the round is going to hit and what it will do when it hits that target, it is a random and unaimed shot. You are trusting chance and luck that nothing bad will happen.


Because firing a shot with the intent to hit the person doesn't involve thinking of those things?
 
2013-07-18 03:11:35 PM

HeadLever: Fart_Machine: Pointing out that the "typical democrat" has dumb suggestions about guns while ignoring the mountain of dumb firearms suggestions on the other side makes you a hack.

Where am I ignoring them?  I fully recognize the derp from the crackpot right.  That has nothing to do with my argument,  however.

/Therefore, your argument is a strawman.
//but you still are not a hack


Except the crackpot right has become the typical Republican politician.
 
2013-07-18 03:16:06 PM

theknuckler_33: Elegy: redmid17: In the heat of the moment, do you clearly know what is behind the person? Are there kids playing in the street? The UPS guy making his daily deliveries? Is there something the round could deflect off of, say a utility box, that could cause the round to ricochet and hit an innocent bystander?

If you do not know EXACTLY what the round is going to hit and what it will do when it hits that target, it is a random and unaimed shot. You are trusting chance and luck that nothing bad will happen.

Because firing a shot with the intent to hit the person doesn't involve thinking of those things?


That's generally why the only reason you can fire a gun is if you believe that you will die if you don't (or you're hunting and there isn't anyone around to get hurt if you screw up). Otherwise the risk of something even worse happening is unacceptably high. Trying to scare someone by shooting at them is like trying showing how good your hand strength is by dangling a toddler out a window.
 
2013-07-18 03:22:43 PM

odinsposse: theknuckler_33: Elegy: redmid17: In the heat of the moment, do you clearly know what is behind the person? Are there kids playing in the street? The UPS guy making his daily deliveries? Is there something the round could deflect off of, say a utility box, that could cause the round to ricochet and hit an innocent bystander?

If you do not know EXACTLY what the round is going to hit and what it will do when it hits that target, it is a random and unaimed shot. You are trusting chance and luck that nothing bad will happen.

Because firing a shot with the intent to hit the person doesn't involve thinking of those things?

That's generally why the only reason you can fire a gun is if you believe that you will die if you don't (or you're hunting and there isn't anyone around to get hurt if you screw up). Otherwise the risk of something even worse happening is unacceptably high. Trying to scare someone by shooting at them is like trying showing how good your hand strength is by dangling a toddler out a window.


Yea, I understand that. It's exactly why I get so discouraged at the cavalier nature some folks seem to have about when they think use of their firearm is justified. I recall a story (can't find it now, my google-fu is weak) about an intoxicated man who went to the wrong house and started banging on the door to be let in. The homeowner shot him through the door and killed him.  He wasn't getting in, why not just call the cops and keep the gun handy in case he tries breaking in?
 
2013-07-18 03:27:53 PM

Fart_Machine: Except the crackpot right has become the typical Republican politician.


False continum argument.  None of the 'typical republican' politicians that I know is worried about Agenda 21 or belives that it is a good idea to arm fetuses.
 
2013-07-18 03:33:28 PM

Fart_Machine: self-defense


is not attained by firing a shotgun in the air.  Biden is a moron for suggesting this as a valid method of HD.  This guy, plant or not is as big of a moron for taking it seriously.
 
2013-07-18 03:40:15 PM
HeadLever:  False continum argument.  None of the 'typical republican' politicians that I know is worried about Agenda 21 or belives that it is a good idea to arm fetuses.

It's in the Republican platform.
 
2013-07-18 03:43:10 PM

Fart_Machine: HeadLever: Fart_Machine: Pointing out that the "typical democrat" has dumb suggestions about guns while ignoring the mountain of dumb firearms suggestions on the other side makes you a hack.

Where am I ignoring them?  I fully recognize the derp from the crackpot right.  That has nothing to do with my argument,  however.

/Therefore, your argument is a strawman.
//but you still are not a hack

Except the crackpot right has become the typical Republican politician.


Not really. Both sides have plenty of stupid to go around.
Its just a matter of who's crazy gets fronted on the news more often.

Outlandish statements from mouthpieces like Limbaugh or Nugent fit the "crazy racist right" narrative. So they get bashed more than the stupid things liberals say. It creates the illusion that one side is wrong when the reality is that failure in leadership is a bipartisan problem.
 /The vice president not only gave bad gun advise, he told people it was ok to commit a felony.

/How that did not get an immediate redress from every Sheriff and Police chief in the nation is a mystery.
 
2013-07-18 03:46:29 PM

HeadLever: Fart_Machine: Except the crackpot right has become the typical Republican politician.

False continum argument.  None of the 'typical republican' politicians  that I know is worried about Agenda 21 or belives that it is a good idea to arm fetuses.


Your anecdotal argument is quite compelling especially since the RNC adopted a resolution "Exposing Agenda 21" last year.
 
2013-07-18 03:48:49 PM

way south: /The vice president not only gave bad gun advise, he told people it was ok to commit a felony.


No he didn't.
 
2013-07-18 03:50:35 PM

way south: Outlandish statements from mouthpieces like Limbaugh or Nugent fit the "crazy racist right" narrative. So they get bashed more than the stupid things liberals say.


Fox News is really a liberal conspiracy to make conservatives look bad?
 
2013-07-18 03:55:12 PM

Fart_Machine: way south: /The vice president not only gave bad gun advise, he told people it was ok to commit a felony.

No he didn't.


Uhm, yeah; he did.
 
2013-07-18 03:56:14 PM

odinsposse: It's in the Republican platform.


So?  That does not mean that they fear it or are worried about it.  They just oppose the implementation of its policy.  With this, I agree.  Any legislation that has to do with sustainablity and the environment should come internally.  I bet if you asked most Republicans, most of them wouldn't even know what it refers to.  Just because it is mentioned as one item in a 54 page document oulining platform positions, doesn't mean much.
 
2013-07-18 03:56:53 PM

TheBigJerk: dittybopper: This story is about 2 people who don't know the law.  One is a misinformed idiot from Jerkwater USA who has no clue that firing a shotgun into the air in a town could be dangerous, and the other is not the vice president.

Keep repeating it, someday it'll be true if you believe it hard enough.

Terminal velocity, think in terms of hailstones.

Then shut it.


Bullets fired STRAIGHT (at a 90 degree angle to the ground) into the air usually fall back at terminal velocity, speeds much lower than those at which they leave the barrel of a firearm. Nevertheless, people can be injured, sometimes fatally, when bullets discharged into the air fall back down. Bullets fired other than exactly vertical are more dangerous, as the bullet maintains its angular ballistic trajectory, is far less likely to engage in tumbling motion, and so travels at a speed much higher than its terminal velocity would be in a purely vertical fall.
A study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 80% of celebratory gunfire-related injuries are to the head, feet, and shoulders.[4] In Puerto Rico, about two people die and about 25 more are injured each year from celebratory gunfire on New Year's Eve, the CDC says.[5] Between the years 1985 and 1992, doctors at the King/Drew Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, treated some 118 people for random falling-bullet injuries. Thirty-eight of them died.[6] Kuwaitis celebrating in 1991 at the end of the Gulf War by firing weapons into the air caused 20 deaths from falling bullets.[6]
 
2013-07-18 03:57:13 PM
Having been shot and shot at, I can say with some authority that shotgun pellets in the 4-9 range become relatively benign once you get 30-40 yards away from the muzzle.  Slugs, at 2,000 FPS are another matter altogether.
 
2013-07-18 03:58:28 PM

FuzedBox: Fart_Machine: way south: /The vice president not only gave bad gun advise, he told people it was ok to commit a felony.

No he didn't.

Uhm, yeah; he did.


If you read the actual quote he didn't, If you live in a rural area and your home is far enough away from another person's home you can legally shot off your porch...
 
2013-07-18 04:00:06 PM

HeadLever: odinsposse: It's in the Republican platform.

So?  That does not mean that they fear it or are worried about it.  They just oppose the implementation of its policy.  With this, I agree.  Any legislation that has to do with sustainablity and the environment should come internally.  I bet if you asked most Republicans, most of them wouldn't even know what it refers to.  Just because it is mentioned as one item in a 54 page document oulining platform positions, doesn't mean much.


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Those must get heavy after awhile.
 
2013-07-18 04:02:33 PM

Headso: FuzedBox: Fart_Machine: way south: /The vice president not only gave bad gun advise, he told people it was ok to commit a felony.

No he didn't.

Uhm, yeah; he did.

If you read the actual quote he didn't, If you live in a rural area and your home is far enough away from another person's home you can legally shot off your porch...


Yes, because the people living in rural areas are most certainly the majority of the population and are going to take a Dem's advice on guns.
 
2013-07-18 04:02:49 PM

Headso: FuzedBox: Fart_Machine: way south: /The vice president not only gave bad gun advise, he told people it was ok to commit a felony.

No he didn't.

Uhm, yeah; he did.

If you read the actual quote he didn't, If you live in a rural area and your home is far enough away from another person's home you can legally shot off your porch...


He's also talking about his wife in a particular situation; not as a one-size-fits-all approach that you should fire off a shotgun in suburbia to scare kids off your porch.
 
2013-07-18 04:10:32 PM

FuzedBox: Headso: FuzedBox: Fart_Machine: way south: /The vice president not only gave bad gun advise, he told people it was ok to commit a felony.

No he didn't.

Uhm, yeah; he did.

If you read the actual quote he didn't, If you live in a rural area and your home is far enough away from another person's home you can legally shot off your porch...

Yes, because the people living in rural areas are most certainly the majority of the population and are going to take a Dem's advice on guns.


What's a rural area? The laws in MA don't state "rural area" they state X amount of feet from a dwelling. So Joe Blow may "think" he's in a rural area, but legally cannot dishcarge a firearm. I would guess other states have similliar laws. So Biden implying a rural area, legally means squat.

Oh, and fireing a gun at someone (rural area or not) wouldn't that constitute assault with a deadly weapon?
 
2013-07-18 04:11:16 PM

FuzedBox: Headso: FuzedBox: Fart_Machine: way south: /The vice president not only gave bad gun advise, he told people it was ok to commit a felony.

No he didn't.

Uhm, yeah; he did.

If you read the actual quote he didn't, If you live in a rural area and your home is far enough away from another person's home you can legally shot off your porch...

Yes, because the people living in rural areas are most certainly the majority of the population and are going to take a Dem's advice on guns.


I'm just correcting your assertion that he told people it was ok to commit a felony
 
2013-07-18 04:17:48 PM

dittybopper: meat0918: And Joe was an idiot to say it.

What goes up, must come down, and his advice could have killed someone.

Wellllllllll, to be *COMPLETELY* technically honest, if you are shooting birdshot up into the air, it's not going to kill someone when it comes back down.  It might sting a bit if you look up and get some in your eye, but that's about it.

Hell, I'd let you shoot a shotgun straight up, and I'd stand underneath it, so long as it's birdshot.  Completely safe, as the terminal velocity on something like #7 shot is small.  I'd even do it with a bare head.

Slugs and buckshot are a different matter entirely, however.


This. Good rule to follow in general, but bird shot and the like is the exception to the rule in most cases, since that's what it's made for.
 
2013-07-18 04:21:06 PM

Danger Mouse: What's a rural area? The laws in MA don't state "rural area" they state X amount of feet from a dwelling. So Joe Blow may "think" he's in a rural area, but legally cannot dishcarge a firearm. I would guess other states have similliar laws. So Biden implying a rural area, legally means squat.


Biden never even said "rural area" I said rural area simply because that is generally where you'd have to live to have enough space to legally fire off a weapon from your porch, if you were rich enough I guess you could have a home in a suburban or even an urban area where you still meet the criteria if you owned enough land.
 
2013-07-18 04:22:07 PM
He should just be thankful he's not a black woman from Florida. I'm betting that he won't get 20 years.
 
2013-07-18 04:27:17 PM

Headso: Danger Mouse: What's a rural area? The laws in MA don't state "rural area" they state X amount of feet from a dwelling. So Joe Blow may "think" he's in a rural area, but legally cannot dishcarge a firearm. I would guess other states have similliar laws. So Biden implying a rural area, legally means squat.

Biden never even said "rural area" I said rural area simply because that is generally where you'd have to live to have enough space to legally fire off a weapon from your porch, if you were rich enough I guess you could have a home in a suburban or even an urban area where you still meet the criteria if you owned enough land.


I agree. Biden didn't say rurall area. But I belive HEadso was implying it was ok to shoot off your porch if you were in a rural area.  My point is the legality depends speficially how far away from a dwelling you are.

And given what you are shooting at, could also get you in trouble for 1) discharging a fire arm with city limits, or so many feet from a dwelling.  2) assault with a deadly weapon.

Biden indeed gave very poor advice.  The Deleware police confirmed  as much.
 
2013-07-18 04:37:35 PM
If it legally ok for Biden's wife to shoot off their porch then it's up to debate if that is poor advice or not, the police think it's poor advice for me to tell you to smoke a few bong rips but I'd disagree there...
 
2013-07-18 04:52:46 PM
The easiest way to make a loud noise that would simulate a shotgun blast (though you might be investigated for disturbing the peace) is to blow-up a small balloon filled with acetylyne gas.  No bigger than 2" diameter will rattle windows.  And the evidence disappears at the explosion
 
2013-07-18 05:32:06 PM

SauronWasFramed: The easiest way to make a loud noise that would simulate a shotgun blast (though you might be investigated for disturbing the peace) is to blow-up a small balloon filled with acetylyne gas.  No bigger than 2" diameter will rattle windows.  And the evidence disappears at the explosion




They sell pocket sized noisemakers, which would do just as well as a bang if that's the intention. Problem is if your assailant isn't scared off by the noise then you'll still need lethal force.

Personally I've wondered if the use of a guard round or blank would be procedures the same as lethal ammunition.
Technically the purpose is to make noise and alert the neighbors, but you still have a gun.

/probably won't matter by the time the prosecution is done.
 
2013-07-18 06:11:23 PM
 
2013-07-18 06:12:00 PM
I meant Headlever. Sorry Headso
 
2013-07-18 06:14:06 PM

Fart_Machine: He's also talking about his wife in a particular situation; not as a one-size-fits-all approach that you should fire off a shotgun in suburbia to scare kids off your porch.


You shouldn't fire off a shotgun in the air in any area as a means of scaring anyone.  The Act of even pumping a shotgun (which some morons think scares people) simply tells your attacker where you are and if your only weapon of defense is a double-barrelled shotgun, firing off 2 blasts in the air has not only alerted your attacker as to where you are but has now emptied any rounds from your weapon.

heaven forbid you need it for defense, you have to break the action, manually load one or two more shells, lock the action, pull back the hammer(s), acquire your target and fire.

Saying that it isn't a one-size-fits-all approach is correct if you also acknowledge that it doesn't fit any approach and is weapons-grade retarded.
 
2013-07-18 06:19:09 PM

kronicfeld: It's clearly Joe Biden's fault. Why won't he take personal responsibility for this other person's actions?


I hope Congress holds hearings to determine what Joe Biden knew and when he knew it. I believe that if a really intrepid congressman like Issa digs long enough, he will eventually uncover evidence that could be used to imply that Biden is trying to cover up his involvement.
 
2013-07-18 10:15:00 PM

The Larch: kronicfeld: It's clearly Joe Biden's fault. Why won't he take personal responsibility for this other person's actions?

I hope Congress holds hearings to determine what Joe Biden knew and when he knew it. I believe that if a really intrepid congressman like Issa digs long enough, he will eventually uncover evidence that could be used to imply that Biden is trying to cover up his involvement.


Issa intrepid?
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