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Old 08-24-2013, 12:59 AM   #41
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I suggest you have someone teach you about handling firearms. The last thing you need to do is handle loaded firearms and don't know anything about them. A negligent discharge waiting to happen. Knowledge and safety first young man.

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i really hate to sound critical, but after reading the other posts you have made on this thread, i really had the impression you were much younger, not 19. if you expect to be treated like an adult, then it's time to start acting like one. what i have read are the actions of a immature, and irresponsible child, not those of a mature and responsible adult. i just call things the way i see them. nothing more or less.

now you can flame on me as much as you desire for my comments, but i have pretty thick skin and will survive any insults or rude remarks. simply put, handling other peoples things is disrespectful in the first place and handling things that you are not familiar with is many times the cause of things not working properly.
Darn, I thought I had better grammar and word choices than an 11 year old, guess i have to work on that :\
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Darn, I thought I had better grammar and word choices than an 11 year old, guess i have to work on that :\
Grammar skills look a whole lot better than an average 11 year old to me. Sounds like you're over thinking the magazine issue. I agree with most of the above posts though. Ask your gramps to teach you to shoot it, or leave it alone and forget about it. Don't mess with stuff that isn't yours, but more importantly, don't mess with dangerous stuff that you don't understand. Especially if that stuff can kill you.
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Darn, I thought I had better grammar and word choices than an 11 year old, guess i have to work on that :\
again, working on poor choices in life, but carry on.
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Today a lot if not most 25 yr olds are like the 15 year olds of the 80's and 90's. Live with parents, play video games all day, thinking about getting a part time job. It's just the way things are these days.

Nothing against the OP. He was simply asking a question to get himself out of a jam. He is 19. Like stated before can legally buy/own a long gun or be issued one by the military. One would think that it would be safe to leave a handgun unlocked around a 19 yr old. But each situation is different.

It seems that people are mature at a much slower rate as we become more technologically "advanced" in society. When my father was 19 he was married, had a child (yours truly), worked probably 60 hrs a week, and had just bought his first home.

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Today a lot if not most 25 yr olds are like the 15 year olds of the 80's and 90's. Live with parents, play video games all day, thinking about getting a part time job. It's just the way things are these days.

Nothing against the OP. He was simply asking a question to get himself out of a jam. He is 19. Like stated before can legally buy/own a long gun or be issued one by the military. One would think that it would be safe to leave a handgun unlocked around a 19 yr old. But each situation is different.

It seems that people are mature at a much slower rate as we become more technologically "advanced" in society. When my father was 19 he was married, had a child (yours truly), worked probably 60 hrs a week, and had just bought his first home.
when i was 19, i had already been on my own for two years, had two jobs, one full time and one part time, my own garage apartment, my own car and my own life.

but i agree, that most of those of the same age today, just don't have the same maturity level as many of us did at the same age, coming from a different generation than they do. most of them just don't even understand the concept of being on their own and supporting themselves, without assistance from mommy and daddy. shameful.
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Why would one think that? I know some 40 year olds I wouldn't leave a gun around.....
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Why would one think that? I know some 40 year olds I wouldn't leave a gun around.....
Like I stated each situation is different. That is the point. Because someone is legally an "adult" doesn't mean much.
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Why would one think that? I know some 40 year olds I wouldn't leave a gun around.....
or some 50 something year olds!

some of the guys i hung out with in my early twenties were fun to be around and kind of rowdy, but now in our fifties, some of them are just as immature and irresponsible as they were then. some of us grow up and mature, some don't. i wouldn't let many of them even know i own firearms, much less touch one of mine.
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Today a lot if not most 25 yr olds are like the 15 year olds of the 80's and 90's. Live with parents, play video games all day, thinking about getting a part time job. It's just the way things are these days.

Nothing against the OP. He was simply asking a question to get himself out of a jam. He is 19. Like stated before can legally buy/own a long gun or be issued one by the military. One would think that it would be safe to leave a handgun unlocked around a 19 yr old. But each situation is different.

It seems that people are mature at a much slower rate as we become more technologically "advanced" in society. When my father was 19 he was married, had a child (yours truly), worked probably 60 hrs a week, and had just bought his first home.
I don't touch the gun ever, so everything is safe here.
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