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#4272 Mar 3, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
I guess that makes two of you.

barefoot2626 wrote, "<quoted text>
Why did they put seat belts in cars?
"

You mean seat belts in cars are sort of like controlling guns in that both methods save lives? Hm. That ought not to be difficult logic to understand. Is it?

Denny CranesPlace wrote, "<quoted text>... the state has no record of the serial number of any gun I carry."

Gee whiz! That should make it easy for the police to trace it once it's been stolen from you and used to shoot up the neighbourhood shopping mall or the kindergarten where your kid goes! You must be mighty proud!
I have no problem with seatbelts being in cars. People should have the right to choose to wear them just as much as the right to choose not to wear them.

Prove that controlling guns saves lives! FBI statistics disagree with you.

Although Deny's guns are not registered, ill bet you Deny can provide the make, model, caliber, and serial number to the police if his firearm is stolen. That information will be put into NCIC within 24 hours and will we available nationwide to law enforcement at that time.
Do you know anything about the subjects you choose to debate?

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#4273 Mar 3, 2013
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>no it won't
So you move on to others to attempt pushing your misinformation?

There are several of us waiting for that proof that backs your incorrect claims.

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#4274 Mar 3, 2013

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#4276 Mar 3, 2013
Dr-Sniper wrote:
People should have the right to choose to wear them just as much as the right to choose not to wear them.
They should sign affidavits before they drive so taxpayers don't have to pick up the tab and be charged more for insurances.

HOW 'bout the children- parents charged with child abuse when the kids get tossed through the windshield?

Get rid of the child seat legislation?

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#4277 Mar 3, 2013
Dr-Sniper wrote:
Prove that controlling guns saves lives! FBI statistics disagree with you.
oF course they don't or you would have posted them.

Have you noticed firearm fatalities are going up, not down?

Wonder why that is?

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#4278 Mar 3, 2013
Dr-Sniper wrote:
Although Deny's guns are not registered, ill bet you Deny can provide the make, model, caliber, and serial number to the police if his firearm is stolen.
Betcha he doesn't.

How is it he gets his guns stolen if they are locked up?

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#4279 Mar 3, 2013
Dr-Sniper wrote:
<quoted text>
So you move on to others to attempt pushing your misinformation?
There are several of us waiting for that proof that backs your incorrect claims.
stupid,,, sweetie pie ... azz S&W makes gun 1# dealer buy gun from S&W.. now we know that 1# went from S&W to dealer.. dealer has to record he has gun 1#.... buyer comes and buys gun 1# dealer must by law record you vitals , be it name .dob/residence/ etc etc .. now we know where gun 1# or better be

now gun1# has been registered 3x already ..duh

and yes I have gone some where because you blow your mouth off say nothing and frankly a bore ,

The Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA or GCA68), Pub.L. 90618, 82 Stat. 1213, enacted October 22, 1968, is a federal law in the United States signed by President Lyndon Johnson that broadly regulates the firearms industry and firearms owners. It primarily focuses on regulating interstate commerce in firearms by generally prohibiting interstate firearms transfers except among licensed manufacturers, dealers and importers.

posted just about all the general laws ... want to cry more yet

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#4280 Mar 3, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Betcha he doesn't.
How is it he gets his guns stolen if they are locked up?
and where does this Texan get his proof , the sellerDUH and that is registered

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#4281 Mar 3, 2013
Seat belt laws..

Ok...back in the day, the speed limit was 70, most families had one car and it was the family car, children had respect when mom & dad handed them the keys and they didn't wanna f that up.Not so much now.
Back then people drove with respect, they actually understood the laws of physics and the concept of inertia..not so much now. Back then there were two third less people on the road, and 70 was a good speed to be a limit..not so much now. Back then at 70 you didn't sit 2 1/2 inches behind the car in front of you..because, that would be completely stupid...not so much now..
Back in the day there were two third less lawyers so when someone f'ed up they actually assumed responsibility for it..not so much now.
consensus..people have really become stupid and they can now find a defense for it..only costs about 125 an hour and a retainer.

Now on to firearms.
Back in the day there were two third less people and no instantaneous news media with nothing to do but fuel the same fire, over and over and over...
When someone got shot, we weren't told about it for three weeks straight and no one gave any media coverage to the whole childhood story of the assailant..
I don't think I need to continue about the lawyers part in the whole thing..at least not for the ones that get it..

Now to the ones that don't get it..please, go ahead and turn in your guns and give up every right the government says you should. It will be easier this way for you..and that is what you want, right..??

Now for the Swedish, LOL...

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REPUBLIC OF TEXAS

#4282 Mar 3, 2013
LuAnn D wrote:
<quoted text>and can't forget those of us in AZ as well Hi FC :)
Hi Kitten;)

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#4283 Mar 3, 2013
Dr-Sniper wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting. I carry revolvers, semiautos, and the occasional Derringer. All with the same permit.
You can do the same here if you take the yest with a semiauto but if you take the test with a revolver that is all you can carry

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#4284 Mar 3, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Betcha he doesn't.
How is it he gets his guns stolen if they are locked up?
Locks keep honest people honest :)

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#4285 Mar 3, 2013
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
and where does this Texan get his proof , the sellerDUH and that is registered
The seller is required to keep his files. The federal government is required to destroy their file after 6 months. The is no registry of guns and their owners

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#4286 Mar 3, 2013
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>The seller is required to keep his files. The federal government is required to destroy their file after 6 months. The is no registry of guns and their owners
you have to prove to the seller that you are you yes , and how do you do that???????

ok sell me a pistol now ... pm me and I will buy it

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#4288 Mar 3, 2013
Florida No permit is required to purchase firearms. A license is needed to carry a concealed firearm.

Texas No permit is required to purchase firearms. A license is required to carry a concealed handgun.

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#4289 Mar 3, 2013
If your place of birth is outside of the United States review CHL-40.pdf, Notice - Non-Immigrant - Visa.

Click Apply for a New Concealed Handgun License or Instructor Certificate. You will need:

Your Social Security Number.
Your valid Texas Driver License or Texas Identification card.
Current demographic, address, contact, and employment information.
Residential and employment information for the last five years.
Information regarding any psychiatric, drug, alcohol, or criminal history.
Your valid email address.
A valid credit card.(Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express)
Note that all fees are non-refundable.

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#4290 Mar 3, 2013
Taking a Training Course

Find a DPS Qualified Instructor. TCHA member instructors are listed on this site.
Take the training course. It will require 10 to 15 hours, and includes a written examination and a shooting practical. You must pass each with a score of 70% or better.
The written exam covers law, nonviolent conflict resolution, and handgun use and storage. It is not mainly about shooting.
The shooting practical requires you to fire fifty rounds from a handgun of .32 caliber or greater, including 20 shots at three yards, 20 at seven yards, and 10 a fifteen yards. If you shoot a semiauto you will be able to carry any legal handgun. If you qualify with a revolver you will be able to carry any handgun, including a revolver or derringer, except for a semiauto.
After you pass both tests the instructor will make two copies of Form CHL-100, which you must both sign. You will get one of them to mail in with the supplementary forms to your application.

need a permit for each gun....

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#4291 Mar 3, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>They should sign affidavits before they drive so taxpayers don't have to pick up the tab and be charged more for insurances.

HOW 'bout the children- parents charged with child abuse when the kids get tossed through the windshield?

Get rid of the child seat legislation?
As soon as the millions of illegal immigrants and government assistance moochers sign affidavits relieving taxpayers of their medical burden, I'm all for it!

That is still the parent's decision to make. If their child dies, those parents have to live with the decision they made.

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#4292 Mar 3, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>oF course they don't or you would have posted them.

Have you noticed firearm fatalities are going up, not down?

Wonder why that is?
I've posted them adnausium. Facts only repel your kind.

Really? Post the stats that prove that!

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#4293 Mar 3, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Betcha he doesn't.

How is it he gets his guns stolen if they are locked up?
How much do you want to bet?

Thieves break locks everyday. Are you really that narrow minded? If they are willing to break the law, don't you think they are willing to break a lock?

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