hillbillypharmacist: Someone really, really determined could kill dozens without even having a gun.
tricycleracer: give me doughnuts: sprawl15: Great_Milenko: If they always jam, why would anyone want to buy one?because they're easier to get than mexican viagraAnd they look "tacticool".[cdn2.armslist.com image 640x480]That way you think you're really a bad-ass, when all you really are is a dumdass with a .223 that has a flashlight on it.That looks like a lowered Honda Civic with a bookcase wing on the back and lots of stickers.
The Name: Hey, that's way out of line. Only gun-grabbers need to cite sources in Fark gun threads.
Blues_X: "good guy with a gun"The mantra of derp.
Burning_Monk: udhq: Burning_Monk: udhq: sprawl15: spawn73: USA has less gun violence?gun violence has decreased while ownership has gone up for years nowGun crime as a percentage of overall violent crime is currently at a 30 year high.Nope.Yup.If I'm seeing the chart right, it says Non-fatal Firearm Violence, and then calculates that as a percent of all violent crime. Why doesn't it take into account Fatal firearm violence?
AngryDragon: You gun grabbers are really an obsessed lot, aren't you?
rzrwiresunrise: I love gun threads. Especially ones where posters dicker about which type would have caused more damage in a massacre and say it's a good think he didn't have THAT one cuz then he coulda REALLY caused some mayhem!
Frank N Stein: Also, lol[img.fark.net image 850x309]
smells_like_meat: jbuist: Point: mag capacity has no real bearing on the severity of a mass shooting.The only thing that lessens the severity of a mass shooting is the rapidity of an armed response.
Hollie Maea: 100 clip round magazine
unyon: Olo Manolo: If the magazine jammed (as cheap drum mags are bound to) then how exactly is he wrong? If the magazine fails it's more difficult to fix that jam than just drop the magazine and put in a new one. It wouldn't matter if he had 1000rd magazine if it wouldn't feed, no matter how much more scary you perceive it to be...If you can guarantee that every high cap magazine will jam, then I'm sure nobody would have a problem with those.
TheGregiss: Translated for those of us who arent fluent in farking shiathead; "I'm glad his gun jammed."
Olo Manolo: If the magazine jammed (as cheap drum mags are bound to) then how exactly is he wrong? If the magazine fails it's more difficult to fix that jam than just drop the magazine and put in a new one. It wouldn't matter if he had 1000rd magazine if it wouldn't feed, no matter how much more scary you perceive it to be...
factoryconnection: dittybopper: Actually, you don't even have to be all that determined: Happy Land Fire Guy was mad at his girlfriend, set the entrance to the club she was in on fire. Killed 87 people (girlfriend survived).Yeah; those happen all the time and certainly represent the latest in building and fire codes. That's why people keep bringing things up from the 50s and 30s and whatnot to show clearly that guns have no bearing on mass killing effectiveness.Pretty weak for you especially.
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