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#222 - frotw ONLINE (01/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
You never hear about mass murders at shooting ranges
#194 - cartophlin (01/04/2013) [-]
<<< reaction of the guy wielding the chair
<<< reaction of the guy wielding the chair
#188 - longnameislloonngg (01/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
if we place ******* with chairs in schools there wil obviously be fewer school shootings gif unrelated
#107 - danimer ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
**danimer rolled a random image posted in comment #141 at Perhaps.... ** Gunman's face when the chair first hits him
#84 - mr skeltal (01/04/2013) [+] (2 replies)
As an american I don't feel safe knowing how easy it is to get a firearm. And I don't want to have to walk around with a gun to be safe. That's like living in the middle east where people are always at war and have to fight for their lives.
I agree with heavily regulating guns.
User avatar #76 - vade (01/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I dont care if I get red thumbs but in the end help take more innocent lives than they save and the only real reason why guns were in the second amendment was because they were scared of a British invasion and america had no real army to fight so they had to completely rely on the people unlike now where the US basically has the number one army in the world guys lets be rational and logical
User avatar #269 - sirformidio (01/04/2013) [-]
***** , I AINT GOT TIME FOR YOUR CRACKA ASS ******** .
#207 - mrslippyfist (01/04/2013) [-]
**mrslippyfist rolled a random image posted in comment #2380888 at My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic ** wasnt this in a bookmakers in leeds in england? and everyone bellow is arguing about american laws
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User avatar #186 to #172 - thebritishguy (01/04/2013) [-]
why would American civilians kill british troops?
#165 - swordwoman (01/04/2013) [-]
Guy with a gun gets owned, by a guy with a chair.   
   
''......''
Guy with a gun gets owned, by a guy with a chair.

''......''
#132 - majorkilljoy (01/04/2013) [-]
The real question is what is your policy on chair control? They can really hurt people.

Never bring a gun to a chair fight.
#108 - goodguydavid (01/04/2013) [-]
**** gun control...
Somebody get rid of those ******* chairs.
User avatar #89 - datargumme (01/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
It is not about having gun controll, it is about the people having a decent standard of living. If they get in fine in their life, they have no reason to commit crime.
#91 to #89 - mr skeltal (01/04/2013) [-]
lol, like thats gonna happen in the usa
#36 - thumblocked (01/04/2013) [+] (18 replies)
I'm probably gonna get an onslaught of red thumbs for this, but I'm just wondering why people would be so upset about the government making it slightly more difficult to get guns. Could someone going through this first hand explain it to me?
User avatar #27 - wolvesbrickwall (01/04/2013) [-]
Pass legislation for Chair Control immediately. They are too dangerous.
User avatar #8 - Cookiez (01/03/2013) [-]
People don't kill people, chairs kill people.

Ban chairs now.
User avatar #180 - redclover (01/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
people get killed in car accidents, where's our car control?
#184 to #180 - mr skeltal (01/04/2013) [-]
It's called getting a license, and in most countries it actually requires some time, money and effort.
#143 - fooyou (01/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I think he controlled that gun excellently.

Bu in the terms of the government dumb **** , I beleive there's no fixing the issue. I own no firearms (yet), however, when I do I intend to put safeties in the way.

More often than not, these psychos Have either illegally bought or stolen a firearms and ammo to do their evil deeds. No amount of gun control to going to prevent that from happening. None, at all. However, for those of us that do and will buy firearms through a legal process, there are multiple safeties that can be followed that my family have used for generations.

The most common in my family being safes. My grandfather has over a dozen firearms in a single gun safe that weighs over half a ton on its own. Another hundred or so pounds in firearms and ammo. My father and i both have much smaller safes, only large enough to hold a pistol. But he has a second safety in use that I plan to use as well.

Both his pistols and rifles all in a locked case (rifle case, safe, lockbox, whatever) as well as a lock that fits through the magazine space and the chamber of all firearms. This lock prevents a magazine from being fed into the firearms, and any single rounds from beind put into the chamber, and the firing pin is too far to meet any round, and forces the chamber permanently open.

I beleive all these gun control laws and restrictions are ridiculous. Instead, impose more gun safety laws. Require all firearms to have at a minimum, the magazine/chamber lock. attach the key for those locks to your car keys and youll never lose them, and a second key hidden ina place of your liking (like a fake wall outlet that is really a small hidden safe). so there
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#133 - nadastress (01/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
To be honest, I'm kinda split on this topic and for the following reasons, "bear" with me:

In countries like Sweden that have strict gun laws I see it as a good thing because most people don't own one and it would be idiotic to sell them and letting more people having them, with risk to sell guns to the wrong kinda person and rather seek out for the illegal guns (not so many) and confiscate them.

But in the situation like USA is in, where a huge amount of citizens already own a gun and the illegal ones are many as well. I see it more as a defensive strategy to own one. I know I would have one in the states, but not here in Sweden because it's not as necessary.

Well that's my two cents anyway...
User avatar #140 to #133 - richardastley ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
I feel like on an individual basis, it's incredibly advantageous to have a gun, but collectively, it would be better if only people who need guns (hunters and cops for example) had them. Of course, when it comes to a lot of pro-gun Americans (though not all of them), the self is far more important than the collective and nobody is willing to make sacrifices. I understand that too because some people actually fear for their lives.

It reminds me of the problem with pollution. It might be more convenient to just throw a piece of garbage on the ground (owning a gun), and it won't really have a huge effect. However, if everyone does it, it kind of becomes contagious and people collectively suffer. The difference between the situations is that gun presence can be part of a more immediate death.
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