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(Patch)   Sure, he could've made sure the gun was unloaded before cleaning it, but where's the challenge in that?   ( barrow.patch.com) divider line
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2014-01-09 10:12:33 AM  
2 votes:
" Off the kitchen table...........through a window frame, ...........across two yards .........across the garage .......Through the drywall ......into the neighbor's wall.....nothing but net.

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2014-01-09 01:21:29 PM  
1 vote:

AgentPothead: I think the easiest tell of if a person should have a gun be allowed to marry or not is if they get mad dog frothing at the mouth upset if you say they shouldn't have one can't.

AgentPothead: I think the easiest tell of if a person should have a gun be allowed to vote or not is if they get mad dog frothing at the mouth upset if you say they shouldn't have one can't.

AgentPothead: I think the easiest tell of if a person should have a gun be allowed to speak freely or not is if they get mad dog frothing at the mouth upset if you say they shouldn't have one can't.

2014-01-09 11:26:45 AM  
1 vote:

Dimensio: Doom MD: dookdookdook: drewogatory: Guess what? If you want to try and overturn the 2nd, have at it. Otherwise you don't get to decide who is and isn't able to exercise their constitutionally guaranteed right.

Question I've never gotten a good answer for:  If, hypothetically, the second amendment was never included in the bill of rights and American gun fetishism didn't exist, what argument would you make in the year 2014 that we should pass a gun rights amendment now?

Less hypothetical version: Tell me why England (for example) should change its ways and make guns much more easily available.  Optionally: Explain why no one in England is trying to do this right now.

And if you can't answer that question, then explain how "b..b..but second amendment" is different from any other group of zealots imposing their dangerous behavior on the world around them just because their sacred text of choice tells them they can.

Because people have a natural right to self defense

Attempting to use a firearm in self-defense only escalates the situation. The best response to victimization by a criminal is to allow the crime to occur, to potentially suffer injury if the criminal wishes it, and then to physically recuperate and to replace anything lost afterward.

At least, the opinion of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety for the District of Columbia.

You can't blame the man for trying to protect his constituency
2014-01-09 10:39:58 AM  
1 vote:

willfullyobscure: through an interior wall, exterior siding and lodged in another exterior wall.

And THAT, ladies and gentlemen, is why birdshot and a shotgun are the ideal home defense firearm set up, and NOT a hi powered pistol round or an assault weapon like an AR-15 or AK-47. If you managed to fark up your life so badly that you need a firearm in the home to defend yourself, THIS is what you should have.

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Hope we're all crystal clear on that by now.


Hey, you know what's easier to control, especially for smaller-framed people?  An AR-15 or AK-47.  Birdshot is great with the ideal of stopping over-penetration, but you can also get good 5.56x45mm or 7.62x39mm that fragments and stops pretty quickly.

Besides, why the extra rounds?  After all, all you have to do is go out on your porch and shoot two shots into the air; that'll drive off those home invaders!
2014-01-09 10:38:33 AM  
1 vote:

dookdookdook: drewogatory: Both those questions are irrelevant. The fact is, the constitution is and has been the law of the land since the founding. And there is a provision to change it if you don't like it. Otherwise quit infringing on ANY part of it.

So because the BibleQuranConstitution says so; no rational justification necessary.  Got it.

Because it's an intrinsic right no justification is necessary.

Also, the rest of you stop thinking that the Constitution gives you rights.  You have these rights regardless of what a piece of paper says.  Get that through your thick skulls and maybe we can stop this country from completely devolving into a totalitarian police state.
2014-01-09 10:35:49 AM  
1 vote:

ChaosStar: There is no firearm in existence, however, that can be cleaned with a round still in the chamber.

Well, just to be pedantic, you could I suppose:
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But you'll miss a few spots during the cleaning.
2014-01-09 10:26:45 AM  
1 vote:
Yet another in a long string of isolated incidents.

And I'm sure this type of thing is always reported and the perpetrators properly punished.
2014-01-09 10:10:30 AM  
1 vote:
"It went off while I was cleaning it!" is translated to English as "I was waving it around like a dumbass while it was loaded". It's virtually impossible for a gun to go off during cleaning because Step 1 is REMOVE THE GODDAM BULLETS.

//gun owner
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