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Old 11-29-2012, 01:30 AM   #11
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lots of confusing data. none of it relevent to the true facts. just what i would have suspected from a bunch of anti gun liberals, nonsense and illogical solutions and reasons!
You forgot the flat out lies.
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Old 11-29-2012, 01:35 AM   #12
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"Assault weapons are a class of semi-automatic firearms designed with military features to allow rapid and accurate spray firing."

They don't even seem able to recognize an oxymoron. Rapid and accurate SPRAY firing? Really? Only in movies and on TV.
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California has one of the lowest gun death rates, and Alaska has one of the highest? WTF? In what world does that make sense? Last time I checked, California was the one with the major crime cess pools like LA.
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California has one of the lowest gun death rates, and Alaska has one of the highest? WTF? In what world does that make sense? Last time I checked, California was the one with the major crime cess pools like LA.
There is a city in my county called Stockton. It's got crazy huge crime rates. If it weren't for that city the rest of the county could get concealed carry permits. I am crazy paranoid every time I go there there a very few nice places.
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There is a city in my county called Stockton. It's got crazy huge crime rates. If it weren't for that city the rest of the county could get concealed carry permits. I am crazy paranoid every time I go there there a very few nice places.
what about Compton California, Chicago, New York City, Washington DC, ect.,,,

yes Trip, you are correct, the flat out lies!
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California has one of the lowest gun death rates, and Alaska has one of the highest? WTF? In what world does that make sense? Last time I checked, California was the one with the major crime cess pools like LA.
My guess would be that they confued the words "animal attacks" with the words "firearm deaths". Either way, their site has this coming......
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California has one of the lowest gun death rates, and Alaska has one of the highest? WTF? In what world does that make sense? Last time I checked, California was the one with the major crime cess pools like LA.
I can't grab the link on my phone.......Is that per capita? Mucho more peoples in Disneyland than AK.
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My state got a D. And clearly they know nothing about firearm related deaths, must of mixed that up with animals that were hunted.
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The anti gun movement has had good luck attacking one class of arms at a time. They did it with small hand guns, Full autos, sawed off shotguns, handguns with remveable stocks, silencers. long magazines, pistolgrips. What did any of this have to do with gun crimes ?
Don't laugh at these people they are going after a single class of firearms. They are very dangerous to gun rights.
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The anti gun movement has had good luck attacking one class of arms at a time. They did it with small hand guns, Full autos, sawed off shotguns, handguns with remveable stocks, silencers. long magazines, pistolgrips. What did any of this have to do with gun crimes ?
Don't laugh at these people they are going after a single class of firearms. They are very dangerous to gun rights.
Exactly they had nothing to do with gun crimes. I mean look how many crimes were committed in the last 50 years with a legally purchased fully automatic anyways?
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