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Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>The problem is criminals and crazy people won't follow any law :( I mean crime is illegal but we still have crime
This is where I see the issue Denny...yes, criminals are going to get access to mags if they want, and they will probably use them to kill each other...youre talking about making access to these type of things difficult for the crazy Adam Lanzas and the James Holmes of the world.

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DaveMC in the Grey wrote:
<quoted text>This is where I see the issue Denny...yes, criminals are going to get access to mags if they want, and they will probably use them to kill each other...youre talking about making access to these type of things difficult for the crazy Adam Lanzas and the James Holmes of the world.
Dave all guns are assault weapons and anyone willing to steal can get one. Rifles are seldom used in murder. A pistol is the weapon of choice. I just think it is silly to target one type of gun and think you have stopped mass killings. These last two shooters had rifles but many before used pistols

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Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>They can pay to play and to finance the school security they believe is the answer.
$5 per box of ammo
$50 per pistol
$100 per rifle/shotgun
This would finance the training and salary of school guards.
Well sh1theel,I'm impressed. You might have come up with a workable idea. The details about the amounts charged for what would have to be ironed out but it could be a start. One item about this would have to an absolute tho. That the moneies charged on said purchases be DEDICATED to the program and not siphoned off into some general funds and spent elsewhere. Then it becomes just another revenue generator for the government rather than a dedicated program with purpose.

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Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> The NRA wanted to train these guards.
Hmmmm, You seeing the big picture here Denny?
The NRA has sponsored gun training classes for cops and civilians,gun safety classes for kids(Eddie Eagle Program),Civilian marksmanship courses,hunter safety courses across the country. If anybody could set up a training program for school safety officers it would be then NRA. You may not like the political side of their agenda but they do worlds of good promoting firearm safety and tgraing. All taught by professionals. In fact the vast majority of CCW instructors are NRA trained and certified.
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Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>Dave all guns are assault weapons and anyone willing to steal can get one. Rifles are seldom used in murder. A pistol is the weapon of choice. I just think it is silly to target one type of gun and think you have stopped mass killings. These last two shooters had rifles but many before used pistols
Denny...the issue with an "assault rifle" is it has the capabilities of holding a larger magazine and can be turned to a fully automatic with ease if you know your guns. Maybe Columbine, theater, and Sandy Hook didnt have this but it is only a matter of time before it does happen with one of these crazies. If you are out hunting a deer and you need a 28 round magazine to shoot that deer you probably shouldnt be carrying a firearm. One of the Columbines shooters biggest magazine was a 28 round. Theater shooter had a 100 round magazine. The 1997 LA bank robbery shootout the shooters also had high capacity drum magazines. Unfortunately its like most things...a few crazy nut jobs ruin a good thing for fun loving,law-abiding citizens. Happens every day in this country.
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Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>Dave all guns are assault weapons and anyone willing to steal can get one. Rifles are seldom used in murder. A pistol is the weapon of choice. I just think it is silly to target one type of gun and think you have stopped mass killings. These last two shooters had rifles but many before used pistols
Murder isnt the issue here Denny...crazy people barging into public places and slaughtering innocent 6 and 7 year olds wih assault rifles is the issue.

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DaveMC in the Grey wrote:
<quoted text>Denny...the issue with an "assault rifle" is it has the capabilities of holding a larger magazine and can be turned to a fully automatic with ease if you know your guns. Maybe Columbine, theater, and Sandy Hook didnt have this but it is only a matter of time before it does happen with one of these crazies. If you are out hunting a deer and you need a 28 round magazine to shoot that deer you probably shouldnt be carrying a firearm. One of the Columbines shooters biggest magazine was a 28 round. Theater shooter had a 100 round magazine. The 1997 LA bank robbery shootout the shooters also had high capacity drum magazines. Unfortunately its like most things...a few crazy nut jobs ruin a good thing for fun loving,law-abiding citizens. Happens every day in this country.
That LA bank robbery was one of the few crimes committed with full auto and body armor. I don't own one but some people do enjoy them. You can load 6 10 round mags about as quick as two 30 round mags. I have seen pistols go full auto by accident from wear. Scares the hell out of the shooter. Any good machinist can build a gun. AKs are really simple and cheap to make

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DaveMC in the Grey wrote:
<quoted text>Murder isnt the issue here Denny...crazy people barging into public places and slaughtering innocent 6 and 7 year olds wih assault rifles is the issue.
He had two pistols too and they would have done the same if he didn't have the rifle. It is the shooter that is the problem not what kind of gun he stole

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DaveMC in the Grey wrote:
<quoted text>Denny...the issue with an "assault rifle" is it has the capabilities of holding a larger magazine and can be turned to a fully automatic with ease if you know your guns. Maybe Columbine, theater, and Sandy Hook didnt have this but it is only a matter of time before it does happen with one of these crazies. If you are out hunting a deer and you need a 28 round magazine to shoot that deer you probably shouldnt be carrying a firearm. One of the Columbines shooters biggest magazine was a 28 round. Theater shooter had a 100 round magazine. The 1997 LA bank robbery shootout the shooters also had high capacity drum magazines. Unfortunately its like most things...a few crazy nut jobs ruin a good thing for fun loving,law-abiding citizens. Happens every day in this country.
In all 50 states there are game laws that restrict hunters to less than 10 rounds. Serious penalties exist for violations. Besides,ethical hunters won't use hi-cap mags. It cheapens the sport. If ALL you have available is a hi-cap mag it IS permissable to "block" it with a wooden block(of the proper dimension)to prevent holding more than 10 rounds. Just take the floor plate off the mag,insert a block(compressing the sping)and replace the floorplate. Load mag to insure it will hold the prescribed number of bullets,then unload until needed.

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okimar wrote:
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In all 50 states there are game laws that restrict hunters to less than 10 rounds. Serious penalties exist for violations. Besides,ethical hunters won't use hi-cap mags. It cheapens the sport. If ALL you have available is a hi-cap mag it IS permissable to "block" it with a wooden block(of the proper dimension)to prevent holding more than 10 rounds. Just take the floor plate off the mag,insert a block(compressing the sping)and replace the floorplate. Load mag to insure it will hold the prescribed number of bullets,then unload until needed.
I guess Texas is the exception to the rule. No mag limit here except on birds
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Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>He had two pistols too and they would have done the same if he didn't have the rifle. It is the shooter that is the problem not what kind of gun he stole
He had 30 round magS. Whether or not the pistols alone could have done the same damage is speculative. I think we could both agree that Adam Lanzas mother was more than likely a law-abiding citizen. Why wasnt her guns locked in a safe? So she is a law-abiding citizen whose irresponsibility as a gun owner resulted in the death of innocent children. How many citizens do you think in this country own military style "assault rifles" with no safe?

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DaveMC in the Grey wrote:
<quoted text>He had 30 round magS. Whether or not the pistols alone could have done the same damage is speculative. I think we could both agree that Adam Lanzas mother was more than likely a law-abiding citizen. Why wasnt her guns locked in a safe? So she is a law-abiding citizen whose irresponsibility as a gun owner resulted in the death of innocent children. How many citizens do you think in this country own military style "assault rifles" with no safe?
There are estimated to be several million AR styled firearms in private hands. They are one of the most popular sporting rifles,used for varmint shooting,shooting matches and home defense. Light,accurate and reliable. Why Lanza's Mom didn't have them secured only she knew. But trigger locks are included with every new firearm sold,supplied with the gun. For those who can't afford a gun safe trigger/action locks ARE a viable option.

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Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>I guess Texas is the exception to the rule. No mag limit here except on birds
Might want to re-check them there game laws.

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DaveMC in the Grey wrote:
<quoted text>He had 30 round magS. Whether or not the pistols alone could have done the same damage is speculative. I think we could both agree that Adam Lanzas mother was more than likely a law-abiding citizen. Why wasnt her guns locked in a safe? So she is a law-abiding citizen whose irresponsibility as a gun owner resulted in the death of innocent children. How many citizens do you think in this country own military style "assault rifles" with no safe?
She had a gun safe and so far no one has said she didn't use it

She also took her son to shooting ranges to teach him all that NRA gun safety

In this case maybe the speculation should be what was on his hard drive he destroyed ?

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okimar wrote:
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In all 50 states there are game laws that restrict hunters to less than 10 rounds. Serious penalties exist for violations. Besides,ethical hunters won't use hi-cap mags. It cheapens the sport. If ALL you have available is a hi-cap mag it IS permissable to "block" it with a wooden block(of the proper dimension)to prevent holding more than 10 rounds. Just take the floor plate off the mag,insert a block(compressing the sping)and replace the floorplate. Load mag to insure it will hold the prescribed number of bullets,then unload until needed.
If it isn't sporting which it isn't then why does anyone need any weapon that holds more than ten rounds?

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<quoted text>If it isn't sporting which it isn't then why does anyone need any weapon that holds more than ten rounds?
The magazine hold the bullets.... Magazines come in a variety of capacities. I have 10 round mags for hunting and 30 round mags for target/home defense.

Something to ponder,written by Prep-for-Dep on another thread. Read it carrefully and get back to me.(below)

But you liberals can't have your cake and eat it too. Liberals often use the same argument in reverse for a reason not to abolish gun free zones, or to state gun nuts are in fear over nothing. In that case the liberals state that the chances of being a victim of a mass shooting are miniscule. Now, you are stating its likely enough to infringe on my second amendment rights.

Ironic, mass shootings are not likely at all, so I don't need to arm myself and should be willing to relinquish my second amendment rights. On the other hand, mass shootings are common, and guns are the reason, so I should be willing to relinquish my second amendment rights. Funny how that works.

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okimar wrote:
<quoted text>There are estimated to be several million AR styled firearms in private hands. They are one of the most popular sporting rifles,used for varmint shooting,shooting matches and home defense. Light,accurate and reliable. Why Lanza's Mom didn't have them secured only she knew. But trigger locks are included with every new firearm sold,supplied with the gun. For those who can't afford a gun safe trigger/action locks ARE a viable option.
What's up, butch? The 'i' is broke on my laptop. Pardon my spellen'...

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<quoted text>She had a gun safe and so far no one has said she didn't use it
She also took her son to shooting ranges to teach him all that NRA gun safety
In this case maybe the speculation should be what was on his hard drive he destroyed ?
Its also going around now that he didn't use the AR at all(it was found in the car trunk). Just two semi-auto pistols. Who really knows. Can we really trust an agenda driven media to just give the facts and let us decide for ourselves. What to believe? Cops haven't said much about it since. The media has driven the event,now the frenzy over "assault weapons" when we still might not have heard the official report.

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okimar wrote:
<quoted text>Its also going around now that he didn't use the AR at all(it was found in the car trunk). Just two semi-auto pistols. Who really knows. Can we really trust an agenda driven media to just give the facts and let us decide for ourselves. What to believe? Cops haven't said much about it since. The media has driven the event,now the frenzy over "assault weapons" when we still might not have heard the official report.
Can we trust the Connecticut state police spokesman who informed the press by Saturday, Dec. 16, 2012 and duly reported that the shotgun was found in the car? I saw this definitely on the Sunday news programs, and probably Saturday evening (12/15).

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/16/at-least...

Should we trust the murkiness of what's "going around" in certain agenda-driven circles that the media never really cared to get it right.

Getting concerned about public opinion polls?
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okimar wrote:
<quoted text>Its also going around now that he didn't use the AR at all(it was found in the car trunk). Just two semi-auto pistols. Who really knows. Can we really trust an agenda driven media to just give the facts and let us decide for ourselves. What to believe? Cops haven't said much about it since. The media has driven the event,now the frenzy over "assault weapons" when we still might not have heard the official report.
The AR-15 being in the trunk is part of the truther thingy. The medical examiner said they all died from the assault rifle but there is supposed to be evidence in a video that disappeared showing the assault rifle being pulled from the trunk of the car.... and with that you can see why there is a doubt among some people. I believe the Sandy Hook shooting actually happened. Did someone fudge the facts of the incident to push an agenda??? I think its certainly possible...who knows if we will ever know.

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