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#267 - turtletroll
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(01/04/2013) [-]
I really wouldn`t mind guns if the gun crime in america wasn`t insanely high.

im just saiyan
#273 to #267 - hydraetis
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Well if everyone had a gun there would be far less people going around committing said gun crimes.
#274 to #273 - turtletroll
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Even the children in schools?

Anyway the point is while america has something like 10,000 people killed every year from handguns and in Sweden its like 50 or something and in the UK its 82.

Seriously after seeing these numbers you still probably would think people can be trusted with guns.
#275 to #274 - hydraetis
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(01/04/2013) [-]
well it would be pretty stupid giving guns to kids but nothing wrong with giving them to all of the law-abiding adults.

In Kennesaw, Georgia it's mandatory by law for every head of household to own and maintain a gun, and they've gone 25 years with no murders.
#276 to #275 - turtletroll
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(01/04/2013) [-]
I just checked what kennesaw was like.

Its a tiny little town that looks well off and i doubt you would get anybody around there starving and having to use guns to get money to feed kids or themselves etc.

Just saying but if was a poor city with these laws there would be murders.
#277 to #276 - hydraetis
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Actually that law was brought around after a school shooting. Just because it was small doesn't mean it didn't have any serious crime. And I'd say a population of 30'000 is big enough for that sort of **** to happen
#279 to #277 - turtletroll
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(01/04/2013) [-]
And are you saying with giving people guns there will be less deaths then outright banning them?
#291 to #279 - hydraetis
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(01/06/2013) [-]
that's exactly what I'm saying.

Cocaine and meth are supposed to be outright banned but that didn't stop the drug addicts did it?
#293 to #291 - turtletroll
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(01/06/2013) [-]
That`s because killing somebody and taking drugs isn`t the same thing.

And please they are ADDICTS. You cant be addicted to guns.
#294 to #293 - hydraetis
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(01/06/2013) [-]
You can't get addicted without getting your hands on it first.

And no matter how strict the gun laws are there's always been bad people that get their hands on a weapon whenever they want.
#296 to #294 - turtletroll
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(01/08/2013) [-]
And btw a town of 30000 not having a murder in 25 years is normal its abnormal when there is a murder in small towns like that here in the UK.

Its not a great achievement
#278 to #277 - turtletroll
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(01/04/2013) [-]
30,000 isnt even a 10th of what a city is seriously. Its a small town.
#295 to #267 - dstone
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(01/07/2013) [-]
Remove guns and knives make a huge comeback! Treat the people not the objects. People commit crimes.
#265 - itzsquiggle
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Trys to mug someone , ^^ this
#164 - cptfox
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(01/04/2013) [-]
i think you would need to have mental checks every so often if you have a assault rifle. but i think they should keep regular rifles hunting rifles and pistols and should make sure a someone is in the right mind when buying a assault rifle and owning it to make sure they don't go some what crazed. also i think they should have yearly check ups for people with weapons. that is my opinion but i don't think they should outright ban all of them. i just think mental health check up for people who have high fire power would help reduce shootings and even with some of there family to and a requirement to keep it in a safe place like a safe and to have the ammo in a lock box.
#231 to #164 - Zarke
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Hey, Mr. Politics. Assault rifles have been heavily regulated since the '30s. What you're looking at are semi-automatic rifles that LOOK like assault rifles. They're exactly the same in function as a semi-automatic hunting rifle. The only difference is the furniture. A pistol grip, collapsible stock, etc. doesn't automatically transform a firearm into a school-wrecking death machine.

"High firepower" is entirely subjective. Most hunting rifles fire rounds that are SIGNIFICANTLY more powerful than the rounds fired by so-called "assault rifles".
#151 - yukitora
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#148 - RageguyFuckyea
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Allow guns, but not ammo. Boom, problem solved.
#88 - hipsophobadon
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Gun vs Chair, and the chair wins.
Gun vs Chair, and the chair wins.
#80 - pasiusquotum
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Next thing you know soccer moms are going to be crying to congress about chairs being a dangered weapon, and how most deaths are when you're sitting down anyway.
#29 - richiehf
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(01/04/2013) [-]
**richiehf rolled a random image posted in comment #10 at You had one job... ** I'll let this roll decide for me.
#11 - inflatablewalrus
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(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.
#2 - gwynn
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(01/03/2013) [-]
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..





#253 to #2 - anon
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Problem is, you won't get rid of your guns even if you did vote to remove gun legislation.
The fact people are able to get their hands on guns quite easily means more gun crimes will be committed. Give a man a weapon and he'll use it, nothing hard to understand about that.
#266 - anonymouzx
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Either he was too afraid to shoot or he had no bullets.
#264 - kingdork
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Dildos are illegal for purchase in Texas. Must explain the low number of dildo related murders there
#136 - wilddittoappears
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(01/04/2013) [-]
I like how the guy with the black jacket doesn't even give a **** about what happens next to him.
#130 - profesoreoak
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(01/04/2013) [-]
i believe that bullets should cost 5000 dollars so every one would be like i would kill you if i could afford it.jpg
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#84 - anon
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(01/04/2013) [-]
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.
#86 to #84 - bigbeaufort
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(01/04/2013) [-]
All conservatives please note.... he said regulating guns not... break into your house at night, take your guns and rape your family. Though that's how you may view it...
#100 to #86 - anon
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(01/04/2013) [-]
Not even kidding, just because a select few who have never owned a gun think it is the devil, doesn't mean that its bad. Regulating guns has already been put into effect. Look at what has happened, Nothing.

I'm not Conservative, but i do feel that restricting guns is only another way to empower the Government against the people. The only people who go on massacres are clinically insane, and yet they can pass for regular in our society. What does that say of the Society we live in?
#71 - Shiny
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(01/04/2013) [-]
I was about to post my opinion on gun control, then realized that nobody cares, reminded myself of the objective meaninglessness of my existence and found something actually enjoyable to do
#68 - romdadon
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