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Curious

United States

#21 Feb 19, 2013
Jack wrote:
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Well said! Apples and oranges is correct.
This gun mess we've got ourselves in is a correctable, manageable problem. There won't be quick fix, but the quicker we get started the better. Some states and the fed are considering mandatory insurance for gun owners. On the surface, it sounds like a good idea too.
Please tell me how the insurance will stop the crazies.
Curious

United States

#22 Feb 19, 2013
Jack wrote:
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spiraling out of control.
interesting.
Citizen X

United States

#23 Feb 20, 2013
Joe B. say buy a shotgun instead of an AR15. Shotguns do not meet the spirit of the 2nd Amendment.
Anon

Herndon, PA

#24 Feb 20, 2013
Citizen X wrote:
Joe B. say buy a shotgun instead of an AR15. Shotguns do not meet the spirit of the 2nd Amendment.
You know, black powder muskets would meet the spirit of the 2nd Amendment; AR-15's, shotguns, auto or semi-auto anything, not so much.

And don't forget, we're restricted what we can own weapon wise already, so any additions like AR-15's, etc., will be found constitutionally legal.

Since: Dec 12

Kingsland, GA

#25 Feb 20, 2013
Citizen X wrote:
Joe B. say buy a shotgun instead of an AR15. Shotguns do not meet the spirit of the 2nd Amendment.
What weapons did the Founding Fathers have in mind?
Really

Knoxville, TN

#26 Feb 20, 2013
Dr_Lecter wrote:
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What weapons did the Founding Fathers have in mind?
Who are you to interpret the spirit of the 2nd Ammendment. Just because the technology didn't exist doesn't mean you can exclude it. The freedom of speech didn't cover the internetand television and radio but where are we on that on. Besides in order to purchase fully automatic weapons you have to go through a rigorous process. You can't just go to a store and pick one up. Besides the price of fully auto weapons are astronomical, your average Joe will never be able to afford them
Anon

Herndon, PA

#27 Feb 20, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text> Besides the price of fully auto weapons are astronomical, your average Joe will never be able to afford them
More importantly, the average Joe has no right or need to ever possess such a leathel weapon. Whereas his or her neighbors and community do have the absolute right not to be amongst such a completely unnecessary killing weapon.

Want to remain childlike and play with toys? Join the military or law enforcement.

Since: Dec 12

Kingsland, GA

#28 Feb 20, 2013
Really wrote:
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Who are you to interpret the spirit of the 2nd Ammendment. Just because the technology didn't exist doesn't mean you can exclude it. The freedom of speech didn't cover the internetand television and radio but where are we on that on. Besides in order to purchase fully automatic weapons you have to go through a rigorous process. You can't just go to a store and pick one up. Besides the price of fully auto weapons are astronomical, your average Joe will never be able to afford them
I have the same right to interpret it as you do, but I'm not going to it dictate to others. Just state my opinion. And owning a fully automatic firearm is fairly simple (but expensive). Fill out a form ( http://www.atf.gov/forms/download/atf-f-5320-... ), pay $200 and have it signed by the chief and your good.
Really

Knoxville, TN

#29 Feb 20, 2013
Anon you are special, I am in the military. Full auto are no more lethal than single shot. Anything can be viewed as a killing weapon ie: cars, alcohol, knives etc. Get off the band wagon and grow up. Firearms are tools, blame the person and not the tool.

Lecter, owning a fully auto weapon does require more than just that, you have be investigated by the ATF and I know because I currently own a suppressor. Oh wait I am such a horrible person for having that. I have never been arrested, nothing more than a speeding ticket, never used the first drug, and I don't drink. I have maintained a TS clearance for over 12 years. Plus I teach my children to repsect and handle weapons safely. The way it should be done.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#30 Feb 23, 2013
Designosis

AOL

#32 Apr 16, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
I love your use of the Lib euphemism "gun safety laws."
That's even better than "revenue enhancements" and "investments."
Almost as effective as YOUR euphemism "Lib," but not as offensive.
What is wrong with liberal, sure beats being an old uptight, prejudicial, hardnose.
Designosis

AOL

#33 Apr 16, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Of all those "tools" you list only one, "guns," are designed specifically to put holes in things, targets and people.
Matt

Herndon, PA

#34 Apr 16, 2013
Did you hear about the bombing of the Boston Marathon.......they should outlaw bombs too.

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