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The official Gun/Firearm discussion/appreciation thread

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  • dr funky resurrecteddr funky resurrected Posts: 1,000 ✭✭✭✭
    janklow wrote: »
    get on it, son; not really worth running afoul of the law and all that

    also, i guess this is where people start using the reaction stuff to be SO MAD about guns

    theres a LOOOOT of people out here refusing to register. I aint that die hard lol I think they all want to get arrested so they can all take it to the supreme court. Or declare civil war. whichever comes first...
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  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,538 Regulator
    theres a LOOOOT of people out here refusing to register. I aint that die hard lol I think they all want to get arrested so they can all take it to the supreme court. Or declare civil war. whichever comes first...
    well, i think a lot of people look at the current round of laws as more of a ban on the sale of X and Y than anything else. which is of course an early step into killing gun ownership: make it hard to get into guns, so less people care the next time you push legislation, etc, etc.
  • dr funky resurrecteddr funky resurrected Posts: 1,000 ✭✭✭✭
    janklow wrote: »
    theres a LOOOOT of people out here refusing to register. I aint that die hard lol I think they all want to get arrested so they can all take it to the supreme court. Or declare civil war. whichever comes first...
    well, i think a lot of people look at the current round of laws as more of a ban on the sale of X and Y than anything else. which is of course an early step into killing gun ownership: make it hard to get into guns, so less people care the next time you push legislation, etc, etc.

    true
  • REV_RAGEREV_RAGE Moonbase AlphaPosts: 675 ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2013
    I appreciate guns but I don't own any now. Got my Bear compound bow, razorheads, and blades galore. Thing is unless you are a handloader you have a limited supply of bullets in a pinch, and yes I can fletch and make bowstrings. Realy would like to get some cold steel spears and one of these.
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  • dr funky resurrecteddr funky resurrected Posts: 1,000 ✭✭✭✭
    janklow wrote: »
    WeeZee wrote: »
    Americans and their guns never cease to amaze me.
    Why do you need such powerful weapons? Why does any man need more than one gun?
    start by telling me what you mean by "powerful weapons." because this sounds like you don't actually know very much about the guns you're enraged about.

    what do i need with more than one gun? different guns have different uses?
    WeeZee wrote: »
    And then American people have the nerve to wonder why so many gun massacres and shootings happen in their country.
    i don't wonder: it's because of poor mental health care.
    WeeZee wrote: »
    Did I mention 'banning' guns? No.
    Can you read? Apparently not.
    when you start by complaining about "powerful weapons" and how everyone needs one gun at most? yeah, you're talking about banning guns.
    WeeZee wrote: »
    I can understand having one basic gun at your home for 'protection' but there should be licensing of both the gun and the gun owner. But I don't understand how owning, for example, 50 military style guns can be justified.
    there are more uses for a gun than "one basic gun at your home for protection." and what's a "basic gun" versus a "powerful gun?"
    ...and i am not sure you're exactly familiar with US gun laws, but that's admittedly a little complicated.
    ...and what's a "military-style" gun?
    WeeZee wrote: »
    Your country has suffered between 1-5 gun massacres a year since 1999, how is that a rare occurrence?
    well, your numbers are wrong, but if they were RIGHT.... 5 events in 14 years in a country with 300 million firearms? yeah, that would be the very definition of "rare."
    WeeZee wrote: »
    You people would rather think you're 'free' than have any regard for human life.
    ...and here we have a false choice. i can have the utmost regard for human life AND uphold the constitutional principle of firearm ownership. it starts, for example, with me not running around shooting people with my guns.

    You cannot win gun arguments with Cansdians. My girlfriend is a gun grabbing Canadian. I love her but when it comes to guns with her I feel like Im talking to a lamp...
  • Black_SamsonBlack_Samson do 10 pushups everytime you read my post... you know you want too. Posts: 61,225 Regulator
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    Obama to sign UN Arms Treaty this month while congress is in recess

    By Dan Cannon, GunsSaveLives.net

    President Obama will move forward with adding his signature to the UN Arms Treaty before the end of this month according to Press Secretary Jay Carney.

    It is feared and predicted by many gun rights groups and advocates that the treaty, if ratified, could open up the US gun market to international regulation.

    According to a letter written by CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gotlieb,

    The uncertainty begins in the discussion of small arms. Where will the regulations on our small arms start, and where will they stop? They are even trying to include ammunition regulations in the Arms Trade Treaty! Will the United Nations try to impose international licensing requirements, an international registry, or international?

    The last negotiations for an Arms Trade Treaty took place in July 2012, just four months before the Presidential election. Obama did not want to take a big stance for global gun control just months before his re-election but now he has made it clear he is for total gun control. He also told voters he would not be re-visiting negotiations for an Arms Trade treaty but here we are.

    Since his re-election it has become clearer than ever what is at the top of his agenda; taking our guns away! The Obama Administration has been exploiting tragedies since the election to push gun control at the city, state, federal, and now GLOBAL level.

    Our Senate took a stance before the Presidential election when 51 of them wrote Obama a letter saying they would not support an Arms Trade Treaty. We must let our entire U.S. Senate know we do not support international gun control. They must not ratify this international treaty.

    Despite Obama’s pending signature, don’t panic just yet. The treaty must also be ratified by the Senate, which is unlikely to happen in the immediate future.

    In fact, in March, the Senate voted to keep the US out of the arms treaty by a vote of 53-46.

    Treaties require a 2/3 majority vote by the Senate in order to be ratified.

    A big thanks goes to Dan Cannon of GunsSaveLives.net for sharing this with us. Take a visit to his site http://gunssavelives.net.

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/08/14/obama-to-sign-un-arms-treaty-this-month-while-congress-is-in-recess/#ixzz2c4Mg5ODI
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  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,538 Regulator
    You cannot win gun arguments with Cansdians. My girlfriend is a gun grabbing Canadian. I love her but when it comes to guns with her I feel like Im talking to a lamp...
    some Canadians really do love guns (and less so their gun laws). really, though, it's not just Canadians: a lot of people argue based more on what they believe laws/guns to be rather than what's the actual case.
    Theodis wrote: »
    Obama to sign UN Arms Treaty this month while congress is in recess
    Senate won't ratify it, whatever

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  • BlueCityBlueCity Posts: 134
    edited August 2013
    @Icecoldstew kno's what time it is, straight head shot's leave his head on the pavement and his momma in tears







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  • dr funky resurrecteddr funky resurrected Posts: 1,000 ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2013
    Im sick of waiting.. they need to kick this SAFE ACT Repeal up a notch...

    http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entry/ny-gov-cuomo-may-see-pro-gun-challenger

    NY Gov. Cuomo May See A Pro-Gun Challenger In 2014

    CATHERINE THOMPSON 1:46 PM EDT, TUESDAY JUNE 18, 2013
    New York state Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R) floated a potential 2014 gubernatorial run on Monday against Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), whom he accused of being a "schoolyard bully" on gun control laws.

    McLaughlin told the Albany Times-Union that New York's 4 million gun owners, who live mostly upstate, are his support base. He previously criticized Cuomo's championing of the SAFE Act that put constraints on assault weapons, saying "Hitler would be proud" of the law's passage.

    "Could it be viewed as a David vs. Goliath? Yes — but David won," McLaughlin told the newspaper. "I'm not a wallflower."

    McLaughlin told the Times-Union that would further capitalize on his upstate appeal by focusing on economic revitalization of the region. He criticized Cuomo's economic proposals that benefit the governor's "cronies," saying "a two-day canoe trip" doesn't cut it with constituents.

    McLaughlin's exploration of a challenge to Cuomo was first reported Monday by the New York Post.
  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,538 Regulator
    Im sick of waiting.. they need to kick this SAFE ACT Repeal up a notch...
    sadly, i am at the point where i think you have to either hope high courts kick this shit or work on educating the masses, because neither NY or MD or any of these states are getting a quick resolution from our political classes
  • dr funky resurrecteddr funky resurrected Posts: 1,000 ✭✭✭✭
    They just introduced a new bill in July to track all ammo and make it illegal for you not to own traceable ammo. Traceable as in your name in a database
    A1000MILES
  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,538 Regulator
    They just introduced a new bill in July to track all ammo and make it illegal for you not to own traceable ammo. Traceable as in your name in a database
    i cannot even see how this is an enforceable law, but what do i know, right?

    Black_Samson
  • dr funky resurrecteddr funky resurrected Posts: 1,000 ✭✭✭✭
    janklow wrote: »
    They just introduced a new bill in July to track all ammo and make it illegal for you not to own traceable ammo. Traceable as in your name in a database
    i cannot even see how this is an enforceable law, but what do i know, right?

    Lol shit... How are they gonna enforce half of the safe act? Lol
  • LEMZIMUS_RAMSEYLEMZIMUS_RAMSEY SHAPE YOUR REALITY INSIDE WHICH YOU THRIVE Posts: 17,258 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Now i undersstand that guns are part of your american DNA ....
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  • A1000MILESA1000MILES Posts: 13,293 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Got a 380 by Taurs...Wanna get another one, the S&W bodyguard...And then either a 40 or a 9mm...I have no desire for anything bigger...
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  • CP203CP203 Posts: 10,421 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Smh had to throw away all my extended mags, since they're illegal in ct now
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  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,538 Regulator
    lemzola wrote: »
    Now i undersstand that guns are part of your american DNA ....
    also, noted in our Constitution as a right the government cannot infringe on (hah, right, i know)
    also, inanimate objects NOT responsible for the problems people complain about while they target guns and do nothing to address actual issues
    A1000MILES wrote: »
    Got a 380 by Taurs...Wanna get another one, the S&W bodyguard...And then either a 40 or a 9mm...I have no desire for anything bigger...
    i have very mixed opinions of Taurus but i am going to assume you like yours?
    Smh had to throw away all my extended mags, since they're illegal in ct now
    i thought in CT you could register them? honestly not 100% sure how that works up there right now

    sevun07
  • dr funky resurrecteddr funky resurrected Posts: 1,000 ✭✭✭✭
    lemzola wrote: »
    Now i undersstand that guns are part of your american DNA ....

    Lol you sound like my girlfriend
  • dr funky resurrecteddr funky resurrected Posts: 1,000 ✭✭✭✭
    Smh had to throw away all my extended mags, since they're illegal in ct now

    SMH I ain't getting rid of shit, they can suck my salty balls
  • A1000MILESA1000MILES Posts: 13,293 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @janklow


    Yeah, mine was given to me, I ain't buy it...But I haven't run into any of the usual complaints that I see from people online...
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  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,538 Regulator
    A1000MILES wrote: »
    Yeah, mine was given to me, I ain't buy it...But I haven't run into any of the usual complaints that I see from people online...
    i have known a couple people who actively bought little Tauruses and they're generally satisfied... but you know. occasionally i get called a bit of a snob but i just can't see myself buying any Taurus if there's anything else viable in the same category.

  • B_AB_A made her cum till she passed out Posts: 2,405 ✭✭✭✭✭
    janklow wrote: »
    A1000MILES wrote: »
    Yeah, mine was given to me, I ain't buy it...But I haven't run into any of the usual complaints that I see from people online...
    i have known a couple people who actively bought little Tauruses and they're generally satisfied... but you know. occasionally i get called a bit of a snob but i just can't see myself buying any Taurus if there's anything else viable in the same category.
    They make decent revolvers
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  • janklowjanklow god's lonely man. Posts: 8,538 Regulator
    They make decent revolvers
    a friend of mine was very into their 8-shot .357 Magnum (Model 608, IIRC), but ended up going with a non-Taurus because he couldn't get one soon enough around these parts.

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