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#52 - xjenischex ONLINE (06/20/2013) [-]
To all of you that have said anything about him NOT having one in the first place.... ask yourselves one question. Do you honestly think a criminal will fallow the gun control laws? it's like saying crack is illegal, I guess no one is gonna do crack.   
   
"well it will be more difficult to obtain them at least!" ...hmmm, we can smuggle 						*******					 people into this country, guns will be a cake walk.
To all of you that have said anything about him NOT having one in the first place.... ask yourselves one question. Do you honestly think a criminal will fallow the gun control laws? it's like saying crack is illegal, I guess no one is gonna do crack.

"well it will be more difficult to obtain them at least!" ...hmmm, we can smuggle ******* people into this country, guns will be a cake walk.
User avatar #64 to #52 - yunablade (06/20/2013) [-]
For the last ******* time, this is not about all kinds of guns its jsut automatic and power rifles that should be given only to the military.

You can still buy a regular ******* gun if you aree worried about your personal security
#99 to #64 - anonymous (06/20/2013) [-]
Do you know how many people actually own automatic rifles? That's less than 1% of the population and a legally owned one owned one hasn't been used in a homicide in 30 years.
User avatar #118 to #99 - yunablade (06/20/2013) [-]
Well of course you wouldn't use a legally owned one for an homicide unless you were planning to go on a killing spree openly and didnt expected to live.

But the thing is, how many legally adquired guns of that caliber get "stolen" or resold to be used on actual crimes? People report them as stolen, the serial number becomes unlinked to the legal owner, then it reapears on a gun fight but now we dont know to whom is the weapon linked.
#125 to #118 - anonymous (06/20/2013) [-]
So it's obviously not a problem for civilians to have them seeing as they're literally never used in crimes by the people who use them legally. And do you realize how expensive true "assault rifles" are? The CHEAPEST will set you back 10k, people aren't leaving them on their doorstep, if you're a serious enough gun owner to own a assault rifle you definitely have a gun safe.

And even illegally obtained "assault rifles" are rarely ever even found in the posession of a criminal let alone used in a crime.
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#183 to #171 - anonymous (06/20/2013) [-]
Why would you care? They're not used in crime and again a legally owned one hasn't been used in a homicide in 30+ years.
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#194 to #188 - anonymous (06/20/2013) [-]
If they're not used in crime there's no real argument for banning them at that point it's just being irrational.
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#256 to #254 - anonymous (06/20/2013) [-]
It literally hasn't happened in 30 years, if there's some epidemic of automatic weapon shootings then i'd understand but there isn't and hasn't been. There's no rational reason to ban them either.

So let's not talk about one of the glaring holes in your argument? That's convenient.
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#293 to #266 - anonymous (06/20/2013) [-]
So you wan't to ban them based on the fact that under an extremely rare set of circumstances they could be used? Do you know how few assault rifles there are in the US? Not even a percent, rifles in general are barely used in crime handguns account for 80% of all firearms related homicide.

And if some situation like that DID occur do you have any idea how valuable ammunition would be? It's practically gold now let alone in some crisis, nobody is going to use a weapons that eats that much ammo in a situation like that.
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#126 to #125 - anonymous (06/20/2013) [-]
own them legally*
#97 to #64 - xjenischex ONLINE (06/20/2013) [-]
I understand. You can do just as much damage with a lower caliber hand gun or hunting rifle/ shot gun. I personally believe there should be a magazine limitation. although, if some sick bastard is wanting to do some crazy 						****					, they are going to find a way.
I understand. You can do just as much damage with a lower caliber hand gun or hunting rifle/ shot gun. I personally believe there should be a magazine limitation. although, if some sick bastard is wanting to do some crazy **** , they are going to find a way.
User avatar #117 to #97 - yunablade (06/20/2013) [-]
Yeah, of course there will be still people that are able to get them, but at least you reduce the people that successfully adquire one for this purpose.

Those who dont have good "underground" connections would be stop on their feet, besides I really dont think the general public need such powerful weapons available for them, most of them buy them for fun or show off not for actual protection.
#119 to #117 - anonymous (06/20/2013) [-]
And you reduce the percent of people who wanted them for self defense.

People were selling guns at my high school, it's stupid easy to find illegal guns. I think you need to look at some of these guns before you comment most guns that are considered powerful are going to be bolt action guns not semi automatic.
User avatar #53 to #52 - xjenischex ONLINE (06/20/2013) [-]
fallow = follow
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