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#165604 - 07/12/05 05:27 PM Re: Gun laws: too much or not enough? [Re: MAGr]
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MAGr, A slug in a shotgun is for longer range and wouldn't be as practical as oobuck in a shotgun anyway.

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Like I said people who use the guns IMO, usually dont evaluate the risk of punishment nor do they care about the consequences at the time.





I assume you are talking about those who use them illegally,right?

I like the law on guns in my state.I can have a variety of guns.I can get a permit to carry a gun. In fact,where I live I can shoot my guns whenever I like because I'm outside of city limits.Because of this I am a crackshot.
Whether or not guns are banned the criminals will have them.I prefer to be at least on equal ground.
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#165605 - 07/12/05 07:00 PM Re: Gun laws: too much or not enough? [Re: SANCHIN31]
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Like I said a law abiding citizens become criminals under certain circumstances.
I dont know how you are on a bad day, but I would go near you if you are carrying a gun!

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#165606 - 07/12/05 07:14 PM Re: Gun laws: too much or not enough? [Re: MAGr]
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The thing is it's a concealed carry permit.You wouldn't know I was carrying a gun.
I find it highly unlikely that CCW citizens would be the troublemakers.I'll have to see evidence to back that up and if there was why would more and more states be adopting the law?
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#165607 - 07/12/05 07:28 PM Re: Gun laws: too much or not enough? [Re: SANCHIN31]
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For votes. Very few laws get passed to make ciizens lives better, the fact that they sometimes do is a byproduct of their actions in accordance to the voters and lobbyinsts wants.

What about people who have a record of assault, violence. Should they be allowed to carry guns. Perhaps someone with a clean sheet could be allowed to own a gun, but he would have to prove that he has kept his sheet clean so a min age of 28 and finger prints upon registration of firearm?

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#165608 - 07/12/05 07:53 PM Re: Gun laws: too much or not enough? [Re: MAGr]
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What about people who have a record of assault, violence. Should they be allowed to carry guns.




Absolutely not! Under the current laws they can't obtain a CCW permit. They do fingerprint you and run your SS# through NSIS(?) or something. If any record comes up you are denied flat.
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#165609 - 07/12/05 11:15 PM Re: Gun laws: too much or not enough? [Re: MAGr]
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Wow MAGr, talk about being selective.

#1 Why the hell would you bring up my relatives? I already know alot of you brits are racist and you people are the people who caused a lot of problems in the world, especially from my ancestrial neck of the woods. What's most infuriating is that my "relatives" are still buying back items your ancestors loots from my ancestors - at gun point. So don't even dare mention "relatives" of mine. You're a piece of work.

#2 Anyways, you seem to be very selective in what stats you choose, especially from a article entitled "Firearm crime continues to rise".

"The number of crimes involving firearms increased by just under 3% in the 12 months to March 2003, to 10,250.

It was well below the 35% rise in the previous year, when gun crime leapt from 7,362 firearms offences to 9,974. "

You do realize hand guns were banned since 1996 or there about right?

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/39458000/gif/_39458052_firearms_416graph.gif

Crime has near doubled since the ban.
Look at the 2004 figures as opposed to previous years.

Anyways, whatever you want. You want firearms out of your own hands? Fine.

I and my own countrymen will fight to keep our rights. It hasn't been our military and police that protects our rights to freedom of speech. It's my fellow vigilant countrymen. We'll keep our arms and our wits about us.

You can wait for the police while you're bleeding to death.


Edited by dadoody5 (07/12/05 11:17 PM)

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#165610 - 07/12/05 11:20 PM Re: Gun laws: too much or not enough? [Re: dadoody5]
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Since we can't keep civil.Thread locked.

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