Georgia town mulls mandatory gun ownership

Mar 7, 2013 Full story: WAPT-TV Jackson 9

A small Georgia town may soon require every household to own a firearm -- a law that, if passed, would make it the second town in the state to mandate gun ownership.

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Since: Dec 12

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#1 Mar 7, 2013
Georgia towns surrounding Atlanta are finally getting it. It only took what, 32 years?
Better late than never.
Gunsmith

Ringgold, GA

#2 Mar 10, 2013
YEA EVERY TOWN IN GA SHOULD HAVE THAT LAW......GOOD FOR THEM

Since: Dec 12

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#3 Mar 10, 2013
Gunsmith wrote:
YEA EVERY TOWN IN GA SHOULD HAVE THAT LAW......GOOD FOR THEM
Hell, every town in America should have that law.
Could you imagine the drop in crime nation wide? Criminals would start looking like Skeletor in a mater of months.
Robert Yuna

Kitchener, Canada

#4 Apr 2, 2013
If such a law were ever enacted, guns deaths would rise with bozos shooting themselves accidentally and otherwise, shooting their spouses, shooting their kids by accident, with kids shooting their parents, etc. etc. etc.

Since: Dec 12

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#5 Apr 2, 2013
Robert Yuna wrote:
If such a law were ever enacted, guns deaths would rise with bozos shooting themselves accidentally and otherwise, shooting their spouses, shooting their kids by accident, with kids shooting their parents, etc. etc. etc.
Existing statistics say you are wrong. That is exactly what was said would happen when Kennesaw enacted the ordinance back in the early eighties. Despite the population growing over that time period, for a little over 5,000 to a little over 33,000 , that has not been the case.
If you are just ignorant, educate yourself, if you are just liberal, spew your propaganda elsewhere.
Realitybites

Atlanta, GA

#6 Sep 3, 2014
Robert Yuna wrote:
If such a law were ever enacted, guns deaths would rise with bozos shooting themselves accidentally and otherwise, shooting their spouses, shooting their kids by accident, with kids shooting their parents, etc. etc. etc.
Nonsense. There is absolutely no statistical evidence to support that point of view. Guns deter violence. An NRA sign on your front lawn is a better deterrent that any alarm system.
Not even close

Shippensburg, PA

#7 Sep 3, 2014
Realitybites wrote:
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Guns deter violence. An NRA sign on your front lawn is a better deterrent that any alarm system.
Nonsense. There is absolutely no statistical evidence to support that point of view.
Logan

London, UK

#8 Sep 6, 2014
Not even close wrote:
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Nonsense. There is absolutely no statistical evidence to support that point of view.
Oh, but here is.
Logan

London, UK

#9 Sep 6, 2014
Realitybites wrote:
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Nonsense. There is absolutely no statistical evidence to support that point of view. Guns deter violence. An NRA sign on your front lawn is a better deterrent that any alarm system.
Swing and miss.

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