What will you carry when firearms are executive ordered into illegality ?

Discussion in 'Other Weapons' started by Gh0zt36, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. Gh0zt36

    Gh0zt36 Active Member

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    If ever there was a reason for extreme upset in this country, it would have to be when a bunch of first graders are shot to death in their school ... along with the women workers teaching those children. How else could you come up with something more disturbing than that.
    I can certainly understand the upset.
    It is monsterously horrible!
     

  3. Gh0zt36

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    Ya , know what. I didn't kill anyone and neither did millions of other gun owners. It is a tragedy yes. And the guy that did it is where he deserves to be , IN HELL . But if the rumors are true and his mother had 3-4 firearms where he a diagnosed headcase who is on psycho mind altering meds could get at them ITS HER FAULT . not mine . Shooting in CA whoever did the shooting there? his / her fault. AL or where ever? his/her/their fault. Seik temple the vets fault . Aurora james holmes fault. ect ect

    More children die in drowings in pools every year than die from gunfire. Thats a tragedy , thats preventable . Do we ban pools?

    This country is suffering from a SERIOUS lack of personal responsibility.
     
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    Oh!... Hey! I totally agree with you! I didn't mean to imply in any way that the fault was the gun. There are a lot of unhappy people running around these days it seems. I don't know why that is - I can only speculate why.

    But I understand the public's (and unfortunately the legislators) total repulsion by these events. And their want to do something about it.

    I'm just afraid that people are going to get, and be, so upset that anything "gun" is going to become a reviled thing. Reaction.
     
  6. dog2000tj

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    rights are inalienable and are neither given nor taken away ... you need to change your thinking on the issue :cool:
     
  7. NitroxAZ

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    Spot on as usual.
     
  8. c3shooter

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    Well, I DO have places (on board airplanes, Federal buildings, etc) where I would not be able to carry a gun.

    I am an old phart, bad knee, bad ankle. Have to use a stick to ambulate.
    cane.jpg

    Say, can anyone tell me about Escrima? Mag Krava? Have heard the terms, have no idea what they mean. :rolleyes:

    Could you hand me down my walking cane? Sure, will lay it on the belt so you can run it thru the xray.
     
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    Inalienable? Not hardly. The constitution has been ammended 27 times. Twenty Seven will not be the the last ammendement.

    Crazy gunners are going to drive the people over the edge with gun ownership. It won't work, but it stands a damn good chance of happening. Maybe not this time, maybe not the next, but these kinds of things are going to really fire up non-gun people. I see rough waters ahead Matey.
     
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    A gun of course ;)
     
  12. biggs9599

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    Lol. Agreed. If not. My crossbow.
     
  13. Gh0zt36

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    National Defense authorization indefinite detention of americans without due process.

    Enemy ex patriation act.

    The catalyst for both? Potentially holding a sign that says I dont like the federal reserve.

    Here is a goos sheeple propaganda outlet everyone loves so no one will accuse me of posting onion articles.

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,526972,00.html


    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ all that being said. Tell me again you have the right to your first amendment. Tell me you have a right to be secure in your papers and person .
     
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    If guns become illegal then ill carry myself a knife and a sharp stick. Maybe my knife business will pick up even more. It will just be a shame when they come to get my guns and I can't find my keys to the safe or remember the combination.
     
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    I lost most of my guns in the tragic FTF Cruise boating accident a few years back. I sold the rest to Fred.
     
  18. manta

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    Do what most do here don't carry anything.
     
  19. dog2000tj

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    than so be it ... no one ever said life wasn't hard :cool:
     
  20. Wiseman3

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    That damn boating accident cost a lot of us our guns so very sad wish I could get them back.