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3710 clicks; posted to Main » on 23 Sep 2020 at 6:35 PM (3 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-09-23 5:33:59 PM  
Eeesh.  He looks like Steve Bannon.
 
2020-09-23 6:33:42 PM  
His great-uncle, 61-year-old James Romano, admitted to smoking two marijuana cigarettes before the child was dropped off at the home Sunday in Juniper Inlet Colony, according to The Palm Beach Post. He also told police that he forgot he had left the 9-mm. semi-automatic handgun in the kitchen drawer that day.

See what could happen if you legalize marijuana?
 
2020-09-23 6:41:18 PM  
The gun control issue would vanish over night if gun owners just stopped shooting people and stopped leaving their guns laying around for children to find and shoot people.
 
2020-09-23 6:42:04 PM  

ryant123: The gun control issue would vanish over night if gun owners just stopped shooting people and stopped leaving their guns laying around for children to find and shoot people.


Ohwaityourserious
 
2020-09-23 6:42:26 PM  
Ladies and gentlemen: your responsible gun owner of the day!
 
2020-09-23 6:43:44 PM  
I hate it when I can't find my gun and it's in that drawer next to the batteries and the taco bell sauce packets
 
2020-09-23 6:44:52 PM  

GodComplex: Ohwaityourserious


Do you let your gunsmith customers know they shouldn't shoot innocent people with their guns, or leave them out for kids to find? 

They sure sound like they need to hear the message.
 
2020-09-23 6:50:33 PM  

creckert: I hate it when I can't find my gun and it's in that drawer next to the batteries and the taco bell sauce packets


Because you never know when that pack of hot dogs is gonna need a shootin'
 
2020-09-23 6:55:34 PM  
Not great, but not terrible.
 
2020-09-23 6:57:43 PM  
Someone should have taught that kid to stay out of stuff that don't belong to them.

Right, responsible gun owners?
 
2020-09-23 6:58:15 PM  
At least Grunkle James isn't Drunkle James.
 
2020-09-23 7:06:23 PM  

Closed_Minded_Bastage: Someone should have taught that kid to stay out of stuff that don't belong to them.

Right, responsible gun owners?


theyre kids.  There a reason even the staunchest of 2nd ammendment states have laws about controlling where your guns are.

Any reasonable person would assume an unsecured gun is a danger if kids are around.

shiat when we're in the army we don't get to keep our guns.  They're locked up in armored and outside of a little ammo for armored to defend armorybif necessary thats kept someplace completely different.

So if adults who have weapons assigned to them aren't trusted with said guns, do you expect a kid not to find it?
 
2020-09-23 7:10:41 PM  

ryant123: GodComplex: Ohwaityourserious

Do you let your gunsmith customers know they shouldn't shoot innocent people with their guns, or leave them out for kids to find? 

They sure sound like they need to hear the message.


Well, per state law I have to package a slip of paper with every gun purchase dictating our state's toothless safe storage law. But I was mocking your naive belief that the authorians would stop championing gun control ever.
 
2020-09-23 7:15:37 PM  
 
2020-09-23 7:20:41 PM  
Bet he was living in a single room with three other individuals, and the other two, well, the other two were females.  God only knows what they were up to in there.

And furthermore, Susan, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to learn that all four of them habitually smoked marijuana cigarettes....reefers
 
2020-09-23 7:28:46 PM  
9 mm semi-auto.

Clip or magazine? Safety off? Was it well maintained to protect against misfire or jamming? Was the 3 year old trained in a weapons safety class?

Let's get this gun bingo thread going!

Yay 'merica!
 
2020-09-23 7:39:37 PM  
I own a gun.  It's locked in a safe unless I go to the range. It's not used for home defense.  I have a concealed weapons license, and I never carry concealed. It's strictly stress relief at the range.
Lock up your firearms FFS. My youngest stepdaughter (23yo) lived with me for over a year. She has issues with anxiety and depression. I don't want her having access to a firearm. No one should have easy access to a loaded weapon without training. If there are people in your house (of any age) that shouldn't have access to a gun, lock your sh*t up. Hell, my wife doesn't have access to my safe because she's had zero training.
/sorry for the rambling
//I'm sick of this country and the lazy attitude towards guns
 
2020-09-23 7:41:29 PM  

GodComplex: ryant123: GodComplex: Ohwaityourserious

Do you let your gunsmith customers know they shouldn't shoot innocent people with their guns, or leave them out for kids to find? 

They sure sound like they need to hear the message.

Well, per state law I have to package a slip of paper with every gun purchase dictating our state's toothless safe storage law. But I was mocking your naive belief that the authorians would stop championing gun control ever.


Authorians?

And yeah, the shooting people thingy (and negligence that's called "accidents") is really what pisses others off, imagine that. Plinking at the range? Not so much.
 
2020-09-23 7:59:54 PM  

maxandgrinch: Even secured guns can be dangerous.

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That poor, poor robber. I hope that the safe owner was charged over the death.
 
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