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User avatar #180 - redclover (01/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
people get killed in car accidents, where's our car control?
User avatar #215 to #213 - redclover (01/04/2013) [-]
and if you've ever been on a road and paid attention to other cars around you, you notice how accurately that gauges someone's ability to drive...
#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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User avatar #87 - nrhv (01/04/2013) [+] (9 replies)
funny how the pro-lifers picket hospitals but not gun shops
User avatar #94 to #87 - poutinesalad (01/04/2013) [-]
Abortion has nothing to do with gun control.
User avatar #271 - lazypaul (01/04/2013) [-]
This happened in Britain. The man with the chair was a rugby player and judo black belt. He knocked him down with the chair, disarmed him and held him on the ground until the police arrived. It was later found out that the gun was fake.
User avatar #245 - kyfvini (01/04/2013) [-]
Don´t have much opinion about gun control, but after seeing this we should start a chair control campaign.
#225 - ricaboo ONLINE (01/04/2013) [-]
Gee! I sure hope this doesn't start a Gun Control argument!
User avatar #157 - TopDawg (01/04/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Most guns, such as the ones in the conn school shooting are illegaly obtained. I for one would like to see either more school police, or armed teachers. I'm eighteen and highly disciplined in the use of a firearm. (I come from a military family) But when something like a shooting happens, the shut in, over protective people CRY bloody murder and want weapons banned. My rifle is always locked and kept in a place only I can get too, my dad's redneck freind grabbed it once and I beat him hard to get it back because he was an idiot and wanted to point it at a teenager who he suspected of stealing. What can prevent this, well, put locks on your guns, if you can afford a six hundred and up gun you can affor a lock. My rifle would not have been able to hurt anyone that day because I have it locked. Teach youth gun safety, never point a weapon at anyone no matter the state of the gun, always keep you safety on, never keep it loaded etc etc. Like I said, guns aren't dangerous unless you make them dangerous, before someone goes "What if a child is curious and kills themself with their parents gun! As A child I stumbled upon my grandpa's 357 mag, being a child I was curious, know what made that gun completely inoperable? A trigger lock and an empty chamber. Hell, I was forced to keep a trigger lock on my first BB gun when I was ten. Just take the proper measures and ta-da you have a safe gun.
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User avatar #175 to #171 - TopDawg (01/04/2013) [-]
You can't easily obtain an assault rifle without a **** ton of paperwork. A lot of assault rifles you would see are illegaly bought.
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.
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User avatar #5 - fedegon (01/03/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Gun control is ******** .
In my homeland, guns are forbidden, yet you can find a weapon dealer or whatever-you-call-it easily. In fact, only policemen have pistols; AK-47s are plenty around drug dealers' territories, not just for gangs or **** like that, they even just sell them, not even for an impressive price either.
#4 - caplocker (01/03/2013) [-]
My entire ****** world is upside down. FJ comment section supporting gun rights? **** yes.
User avatar #148 - RageguyFuckyea (01/04/2013) [-]
Allow guns, but not ammo. Boom, problem solved.
User avatar #102 - jokersaysamuseme (01/04/2013) [-]
That is what I call a badass right there
User avatar #97 - BigDoktor (01/04/2013) [-]
it's like skyrim with guns
#88 - hipsophobadon (01/04/2013) [-]
Gun vs Chair, and the chair wins.
Gun vs Chair, and the chair wins.
#11 - inflatablewalrus (01/04/2013) [-]
CONTEXT: This is a man from Leeds, a chav attempted to rob the betting shop he was in, when he was threatened by this chav with a gun (which turned out to be a fake) he reacted by picking up a chair and beating the **** out of him, one-handed. absolute boss.
User avatar #2 - gwynn (01/03/2013) [+] (1 reply)
It's easy, I'm not even from USE to speak about this but... Criminals will ALWAYS have guns, and yet, you should be more afraid of people that do not know HOW to use guns. If some one buys a gun I think their information with a gun number would be put in to a database. ALL guns sold to a person ARE tracked. For loosing a gun you should be pay large amount of money or even a jail sentence.

I do not know all laws of USE and States to fully stand for my words.

Sorry for bad English..

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