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#1 - Lol ******* fat people xD 10/28/2014 on Dumb fatties 0
#152 - Seems legit. 10/28/2014 on The end 0
#10 - I don't even know what to say... 10/28/2014 on free market 0
#1 - Somenbody put this to allahu ackbar. 10/28/2014 on Deadly matches 0
#9128 - I also wanted to take my funny little handgun design and get a…  [+] (11 new replies) 10/28/2014 on /guns/ board +1
User avatar #9133 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
In principle? Open carry is for morons.
#9134 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Yes but morons make it profitable.
User avatar #9138 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
I think the AR-15 crowd beat you to it, then.

Fuckin' Range Ninjas...
#9139 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Curse them and their shitty rat rounds. AR-10 master race!
User avatar #9140 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Rat rounds would be .22 Rat-Shot.

Assuming you're using heavy duty parts and twist-appropriate ammo, yes. AR-10 is superior.

If not? You're no better than the Fudds...
#9141 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Seriously we aren't going to draw attention to the fact that 5.56 is fancy .223 which is fancy .22. Which means a 5.56 is just a .22 with a thicker case and more powder.
User avatar #9142 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
More like a fancy .17...
#9143 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Now that I have attained this knowledge know AR-15fag is safe from my ridicule. Seriously though that round has been a thing this whole time?
User avatar #9146 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Hornady.
User avatar #9144 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Which round?
#9145 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
.17, like ive heard of .177 air pellets but a .17 remington? Shit man
#9103 - I never said my ideas were practical.  [+] (13 new replies) 10/28/2014 on /guns/ board +1
User avatar #9104 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
The first two you put out during this conversation were practical.

Practicality sells, especially with all these people fearing for their rights and lives and the other seven yards...
#9128 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
I also wanted to take my funny little handgun design and get a bunch of courses started catering to mainly women. Safety courses, gun cleaning/handling courses, self defense tactics etc. Make the guns in a few different color schemes, theres a market for something like this around me actually. Crapload of women I asked said they would enjoy something pink and girly with a bunch of purple flowers. Some guys said the same thing but I also got to thinking designs a guy might like. Maybe states with open carry I could see if somebody would design a dress around a holster or something for the really girly. Aside from that gun metal grey and blued steel are always fine choices too.
User avatar #9133 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
In principle? Open carry is for morons.
#9134 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Yes but morons make it profitable.
User avatar #9138 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
I think the AR-15 crowd beat you to it, then.

Fuckin' Range Ninjas...
#9139 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Curse them and their shitty rat rounds. AR-10 master race!
User avatar #9140 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Rat rounds would be .22 Rat-Shot.

Assuming you're using heavy duty parts and twist-appropriate ammo, yes. AR-10 is superior.

If not? You're no better than the Fudds...
#9141 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Seriously we aren't going to draw attention to the fact that 5.56 is fancy .223 which is fancy .22. Which means a 5.56 is just a .22 with a thicker case and more powder.
User avatar #9142 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
More like a fancy .17...
#9143 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Now that I have attained this knowledge know AR-15fag is safe from my ridicule. Seriously though that round has been a thing this whole time?
User avatar #9146 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Hornady.
User avatar #9144 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Which round?
#9145 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
.17, like ive heard of .177 air pellets but a .17 remington? Shit man
#9096 - Well aside from my new collection of acid spewing shotshells o…  [+] (15 new replies) 10/28/2014 on /guns/ board +1
User avatar #9097 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Inhumane.

As a handheld weapon? Too heavy. Last thing a machine gunner needs is additional weight. You're smack-dab in the middle of FGS (Feel-Good Shit) territory. Doubling the barrels also means extra work for the FCU, not very cost-effective...

10mm Auto isn't getting the consideration it deserves (R.I.P Jeff Cooper). Because people can't find the time - or the fuckin' brains - to build a weapon for that cartridge in particular. Hell, even Kriss hasn't made a Vector or KARD in 10mm Auto with a steel frame and a proper fixed stock just to prove how well the Vector's Mitigator works...

No relevant demographic buys a weapon for "shits and giggles", but nevertheless, here's something to contrast the 10mm problem...

5.56 isn't being employed properly (20" barrel, twist-appropriate ammo and bolt), on the other hand. Giving it a bad rap as an ineffective round. Ask around /K/ or somewhere, and you might hear stories from Veterans about people taking multiple hits from a 5.56 and walking away, either to die in the shade or fight another week…
#9103 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
I never said my ideas were practical.
User avatar #9104 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
The first two you put out during this conversation were practical.

Practicality sells, especially with all these people fearing for their rights and lives and the other seven yards...
#9128 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
I also wanted to take my funny little handgun design and get a bunch of courses started catering to mainly women. Safety courses, gun cleaning/handling courses, self defense tactics etc. Make the guns in a few different color schemes, theres a market for something like this around me actually. Crapload of women I asked said they would enjoy something pink and girly with a bunch of purple flowers. Some guys said the same thing but I also got to thinking designs a guy might like. Maybe states with open carry I could see if somebody would design a dress around a holster or something for the really girly. Aside from that gun metal grey and blued steel are always fine choices too.
User avatar #9133 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
In principle? Open carry is for morons.
#9134 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Yes but morons make it profitable.
User avatar #9138 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
I think the AR-15 crowd beat you to it, then.

Fuckin' Range Ninjas...
#9139 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Curse them and their shitty rat rounds. AR-10 master race!
User avatar #9140 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Rat rounds would be .22 Rat-Shot.

Assuming you're using heavy duty parts and twist-appropriate ammo, yes. AR-10 is superior.

If not? You're no better than the Fudds...
#9141 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Seriously we aren't going to draw attention to the fact that 5.56 is fancy .223 which is fancy .22. Which means a 5.56 is just a .22 with a thicker case and more powder.
User avatar #9142 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
More like a fancy .17...
#9143 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Now that I have attained this knowledge know AR-15fag is safe from my ridicule. Seriously though that round has been a thing this whole time?
User avatar #9146 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Hornady.
User avatar #9144 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Which round?
#9145 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
.17, like ive heard of .177 air pellets but a .17 remington? Shit man
#9091 - Video games as in Fallout series which mainly are strange aest…  [+] (17 new replies) 10/27/2014 on /guns/ board 0
User avatar #9094 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
What could possibly be a good idea from Borderlands that somebody hasn't already beaten you to?
#9096 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Well aside from my new collection of acid spewing shotshells of course?
A fully automatic Light machine gun with two barrels that rotate. Think of certain bandit pistols from the game but on a larger platform, Im thinking it'd be clunky and low rof but barrel overheating would be non existent. Really with things from games just making the aesthetics available on pre-built platforms as well. Who doesn't want a 10mm pistol or a .223 revolver from Fallout for shits and or giggles?
User avatar #9097 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Inhumane.

As a handheld weapon? Too heavy. Last thing a machine gunner needs is additional weight. You're smack-dab in the middle of FGS (Feel-Good Shit) territory. Doubling the barrels also means extra work for the FCU, not very cost-effective...

10mm Auto isn't getting the consideration it deserves (R.I.P Jeff Cooper). Because people can't find the time - or the fuckin' brains - to build a weapon for that cartridge in particular. Hell, even Kriss hasn't made a Vector or KARD in 10mm Auto with a steel frame and a proper fixed stock just to prove how well the Vector's Mitigator works...

No relevant demographic buys a weapon for "shits and giggles", but nevertheless, here's something to contrast the 10mm problem...

5.56 isn't being employed properly (20" barrel, twist-appropriate ammo and bolt), on the other hand. Giving it a bad rap as an ineffective round. Ask around /K/ or somewhere, and you might hear stories from Veterans about people taking multiple hits from a 5.56 and walking away, either to die in the shade or fight another week…
#9103 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
I never said my ideas were practical.
User avatar #9104 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
The first two you put out during this conversation were practical.

Practicality sells, especially with all these people fearing for their rights and lives and the other seven yards...
#9128 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
I also wanted to take my funny little handgun design and get a bunch of courses started catering to mainly women. Safety courses, gun cleaning/handling courses, self defense tactics etc. Make the guns in a few different color schemes, theres a market for something like this around me actually. Crapload of women I asked said they would enjoy something pink and girly with a bunch of purple flowers. Some guys said the same thing but I also got to thinking designs a guy might like. Maybe states with open carry I could see if somebody would design a dress around a holster or something for the really girly. Aside from that gun metal grey and blued steel are always fine choices too.
User avatar #9133 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
In principle? Open carry is for morons.
#9134 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Yes but morons make it profitable.
User avatar #9138 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
I think the AR-15 crowd beat you to it, then.

Fuckin' Range Ninjas...
#9139 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Curse them and their shitty rat rounds. AR-10 master race!
User avatar #9140 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Rat rounds would be .22 Rat-Shot.

Assuming you're using heavy duty parts and twist-appropriate ammo, yes. AR-10 is superior.

If not? You're no better than the Fudds...
#9141 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Seriously we aren't going to draw attention to the fact that 5.56 is fancy .223 which is fancy .22. Which means a 5.56 is just a .22 with a thicker case and more powder.
User avatar #9142 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
More like a fancy .17...
#9143 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Now that I have attained this knowledge know AR-15fag is safe from my ridicule. Seriously though that round has been a thing this whole time?
User avatar #9146 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Hornady.
User avatar #9144 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Which round?
#9145 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
.17, like ive heard of .177 air pellets but a .17 remington? Shit man
#3 - 01000101 01111000 01100101 01100011 01110101 01110100 01100101… 10/27/2014 on Don't read the tags +1
#9081 - Well end goal is to get licencing agreements with companies to…  [+] (19 new replies) 10/27/2014 on /guns/ board +1
User avatar #9089 - scowler (10/27/2014) [-]
Sort of like the Dardick revolver, but with a rectangular nozzle to push the "cylinder" to the side, thus ejecting the spent casing? You might be able to adapt that to a rifle if you tried...

Simple direct impingement. You'd likely need to redesign the cartridge, though. And people likely get pretty anal about having to buy unique ammo for unique guns.

Examples: Nagant revolver, Dardick revolver.

I think I might be able to help with the other two things, though. I have a few ideas for intuitive, durable, and economic weapons. We might be able to help each other out in this area. Bear in mind, I don't have the equipment (CNC stuff) nor the funding (long story there)...

Also, Polymer is for pansies and my ideas have alloys in mind.

Define "straight out of video games", because most guns in video games are either traditional weapons with odd aesthetics, or immensely complicated by today's standards and consequently too expensive to manufacture and/or not robust enough for extreme conditions, thus narrowing your market to Hollywood types who prefer blanks and old geezers with more money than common sense...

Examples for the latter: HK G11 and WA2000.
#9091 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
Video games as in Fallout series which mainly are strange aesthetics. Borderlands 2 has got me thinking of course and I wouldn't mind remaking some discontinued weapons in their original chambering for collectors.
User avatar #9094 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
What could possibly be a good idea from Borderlands that somebody hasn't already beaten you to?
#9096 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Well aside from my new collection of acid spewing shotshells of course?
A fully automatic Light machine gun with two barrels that rotate. Think of certain bandit pistols from the game but on a larger platform, Im thinking it'd be clunky and low rof but barrel overheating would be non existent. Really with things from games just making the aesthetics available on pre-built platforms as well. Who doesn't want a 10mm pistol or a .223 revolver from Fallout for shits and or giggles?
User avatar #9097 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Inhumane.

As a handheld weapon? Too heavy. Last thing a machine gunner needs is additional weight. You're smack-dab in the middle of FGS (Feel-Good Shit) territory. Doubling the barrels also means extra work for the FCU, not very cost-effective...

10mm Auto isn't getting the consideration it deserves (R.I.P Jeff Cooper). Because people can't find the time - or the fuckin' brains - to build a weapon for that cartridge in particular. Hell, even Kriss hasn't made a Vector or KARD in 10mm Auto with a steel frame and a proper fixed stock just to prove how well the Vector's Mitigator works...

No relevant demographic buys a weapon for "shits and giggles", but nevertheless, here's something to contrast the 10mm problem...

5.56 isn't being employed properly (20" barrel, twist-appropriate ammo and bolt), on the other hand. Giving it a bad rap as an ineffective round. Ask around /K/ or somewhere, and you might hear stories from Veterans about people taking multiple hits from a 5.56 and walking away, either to die in the shade or fight another week…
#9103 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
I never said my ideas were practical.
User avatar #9104 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
The first two you put out during this conversation were practical.

Practicality sells, especially with all these people fearing for their rights and lives and the other seven yards...
#9128 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
I also wanted to take my funny little handgun design and get a bunch of courses started catering to mainly women. Safety courses, gun cleaning/handling courses, self defense tactics etc. Make the guns in a few different color schemes, theres a market for something like this around me actually. Crapload of women I asked said they would enjoy something pink and girly with a bunch of purple flowers. Some guys said the same thing but I also got to thinking designs a guy might like. Maybe states with open carry I could see if somebody would design a dress around a holster or something for the really girly. Aside from that gun metal grey and blued steel are always fine choices too.
User avatar #9133 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
In principle? Open carry is for morons.
#9134 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Yes but morons make it profitable.
User avatar #9138 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
I think the AR-15 crowd beat you to it, then.

Fuckin' Range Ninjas...
#9139 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Curse them and their shitty rat rounds. AR-10 master race!
User avatar #9140 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Rat rounds would be .22 Rat-Shot.

Assuming you're using heavy duty parts and twist-appropriate ammo, yes. AR-10 is superior.

If not? You're no better than the Fudds...
#9141 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Seriously we aren't going to draw attention to the fact that 5.56 is fancy .223 which is fancy .22. Which means a 5.56 is just a .22 with a thicker case and more powder.
User avatar #9142 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
More like a fancy .17...
#9143 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
Now that I have attained this knowledge know AR-15fag is safe from my ridicule. Seriously though that round has been a thing this whole time?
User avatar #9146 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Hornady.
User avatar #9144 - scowler (10/28/2014) [-]
Which round?
#9145 - boothead (10/28/2014) [-]
.17, like ive heard of .177 air pellets but a .17 remington? Shit man
#65 - If you don't trust yourself because you're a liberal jackass w… 10/27/2014 on   0
#46 - That's like, your opinion man. But anybody who doesn't own a g…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/27/2014 on   0
User avatar #48 - demandsgayversion (10/27/2014) [-]
How does not owning a gun mean someone has something to hide? I don't want the power to end someone's life at the pull of a trigger, I don't trust my reaction times to know whether or not to shoot, I don't want the responsibility of a gun, I don't want to ever shoot a person. Some people have bad judgement and would shoot other people over petty disputes, some people aren't responsible enough to keep a gun hidden away from their children, some people would be clumsy and shoot themselves or others on accident. There's many reasons for people not owning a gun. To not carry a weapon around implies a certain level of safety, where some people prefer not to live at the threat of violence. Having something to hide is definitely not a reason to not own a gun. It's more likely that someone with something to hide would own a firearm, as to have the ability to protect that secret by violent measure.

And what the fuck do you mean about "socialist upbringing"? The core ideal of perfect socialism would be that everyone shares what they have, and there's a political extreme associated with that ideal - and usually, the only people who are against that extreme (at least enough to use it as a strawman) would be of the opposite extreme, where humans fight eachother to survive. If someone's "upbringing" is based around concepts of sharing and kindness, I wouldn't condemn those people at all - their concepts of "socialism" being a general favoritism towards sharing and other such good virtues, not aligning themselves with political extremes or labeling other people with extremist values.
#65 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
If you don't trust yourself because you're a liberal jackass why do you even botther to care what I do in my spare time? I can't help your dumbass can't get training.
#3 - Comment deleted 10/27/2014 on Shitposter +2
#11 - I'm a sports shooter mostly so 10 rounds is kind of low for my…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/27/2014 on Lazie gun 0
User avatar #14 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I have a 12ga, pump UTS-15 for my home now. Not a fan of shotgun hunting unless I'm hunting ducks, but siting in a hide and blowing on a whistle for hours on end isn't my idea of hunting. Only ever use my AR for deer or pigs. Have a babby .22 for rabbits as well but it's a shitty old Norinco and it's so hard to find anything over 10 round mags for it.
#9 - I'm just ******* with you. Honestly though why wo…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/27/2014 on Lazie gun 0
User avatar #10 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I lived in a rough part of town once. Left for a holiday for 3 weeks and came back to find my place had been raided, they'd picked the lock to my gun cabinet and just brute force opened the ammo and mag safe. They must have spent a long time in the house as neither were in plain view. The guy just took it for easy cash and was caught trying to sell it not too long after I got back home, but jesus I would have felt horrible if he'd used all of my gear to commit a crime. It's only semi-auto so he'd have had to roughly known what he was doing but from then on I figured ten rounds is fine for defending my home or for shooting deer. If I can't hit a deer in 10 shots it'll be well gone and if I can't hit an intruder in the first ten shots I'd be dead pretty quick so extra bullets would do nothing.
User avatar #12 - ntobarrev (10/27/2014) [-]
Wow, have you never heard of a thing called "having someone watch your house while you're unable to"? I mean, you even said it yourself, it was a rough part of town.
User avatar #13 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
Yeah I did have someone watching the place. But people gotta work etc. so they would have hit when my friend was away too. If they were in there for ages they would have staked it as if they didn't know it was empty they would have just gone in and ditched within minutes.
User avatar #15 - ntobarrev (10/27/2014) [-]
Ok yeah, that makes sense. Just got a different impression from your previous comment.
#11 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
I'm a sports shooter mostly so 10 rounds is kind of low for my tastes, plus going to the range and plinking is somehing I do as well. But for home defense a short barreled Remington 11/87 is suffice. 4+1 00 buck.
User avatar #14 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I have a 12ga, pump UTS-15 for my home now. Not a fan of shotgun hunting unless I'm hunting ducks, but siting in a hide and blowing on a whistle for hours on end isn't my idea of hunting. Only ever use my AR for deer or pigs. Have a babby .22 for rabbits as well but it's a shitty old Norinco and it's so hard to find anything over 10 round mags for it.
#71036 - Woah man, that's how my best friend died. Not even cool. Shame on you. 10/27/2014 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#7 - >Here's why your argument makes no sense based on the origi…  [+] (9 new replies) 10/27/2014 on Lazie gun +3
User avatar #8 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I own a Bushmaster .308 Ar-10. Would I put anything more than a ten round mag in my rifle? Fuck no. Do I believe it's designed for killing humans? Nope. You specifically plucked the word AR from nowhere and started trying to destroy my argument based on something I never even said. Get better reading skills dude, and next time you should probably ask for your mother's permission before going on the internet.
#78 - anonymous (10/27/2014) [-]
Actually, he plucked it from a very simple fact that ARs and other such weapons are what people are pushing to ban. If you aren't looking to ban those, then you don't really follow the quest to ban weapons, in which case your points are useless because you will never apply them. If you are, then his point holds every bit of validity..



Also, since fucking when does a counter-example have to be specificially mentioned?

Oh look the area under the curve of a function is totally equal to the length x height because it is true for a level line. Oh, guess fucking what....that isn't true for y=x^2 but oh no, because that wasn't used in the statement, I can't use that as an example.
#9 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
I'm just fucking with you. Honestly though why would you keep just 10 rounds a magazine?
User avatar #10 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I lived in a rough part of town once. Left for a holiday for 3 weeks and came back to find my place had been raided, they'd picked the lock to my gun cabinet and just brute force opened the ammo and mag safe. They must have spent a long time in the house as neither were in plain view. The guy just took it for easy cash and was caught trying to sell it not too long after I got back home, but jesus I would have felt horrible if he'd used all of my gear to commit a crime. It's only semi-auto so he'd have had to roughly known what he was doing but from then on I figured ten rounds is fine for defending my home or for shooting deer. If I can't hit a deer in 10 shots it'll be well gone and if I can't hit an intruder in the first ten shots I'd be dead pretty quick so extra bullets would do nothing.
User avatar #12 - ntobarrev (10/27/2014) [-]
Wow, have you never heard of a thing called "having someone watch your house while you're unable to"? I mean, you even said it yourself, it was a rough part of town.
User avatar #13 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
Yeah I did have someone watching the place. But people gotta work etc. so they would have hit when my friend was away too. If they were in there for ages they would have staked it as if they didn't know it was empty they would have just gone in and ditched within minutes.
User avatar #15 - ntobarrev (10/27/2014) [-]
Ok yeah, that makes sense. Just got a different impression from your previous comment.
#11 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
I'm a sports shooter mostly so 10 rounds is kind of low for my tastes, plus going to the range and plinking is somehing I do as well. But for home defense a short barreled Remington 11/87 is suffice. 4+1 00 buck.
User avatar #14 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I have a 12ga, pump UTS-15 for my home now. Not a fan of shotgun hunting unless I'm hunting ducks, but siting in a hide and blowing on a whistle for hours on end isn't my idea of hunting. Only ever use my AR for deer or pigs. Have a babby .22 for rabbits as well but it's a shitty old Norinco and it's so hard to find anything over 10 round mags for it.
#5 - See, your argument would be valid. If the AR platform Me…  [+] (11 new replies) 10/27/2014 on Lazie gun +3
User avatar #6 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I know what AR means bro, I own one.... Armalite =/= military style OR designed to kill humans but sweet strawman you got there.
#7 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
>Here's why your argument makes no sense based on the original designs of the very platform your hippie brain is scared of
>Nice Strawman bro

You must try even harder.
User avatar #8 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I own a Bushmaster .308 Ar-10. Would I put anything more than a ten round mag in my rifle? Fuck no. Do I believe it's designed for killing humans? Nope. You specifically plucked the word AR from nowhere and started trying to destroy my argument based on something I never even said. Get better reading skills dude, and next time you should probably ask for your mother's permission before going on the internet.
#78 - anonymous (10/27/2014) [-]
Actually, he plucked it from a very simple fact that ARs and other such weapons are what people are pushing to ban. If you aren't looking to ban those, then you don't really follow the quest to ban weapons, in which case your points are useless because you will never apply them. If you are, then his point holds every bit of validity..



Also, since fucking when does a counter-example have to be specificially mentioned?

Oh look the area under the curve of a function is totally equal to the length x height because it is true for a level line. Oh, guess fucking what....that isn't true for y=x^2 but oh no, because that wasn't used in the statement, I can't use that as an example.
#9 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
I'm just fucking with you. Honestly though why would you keep just 10 rounds a magazine?
User avatar #10 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I lived in a rough part of town once. Left for a holiday for 3 weeks and came back to find my place had been raided, they'd picked the lock to my gun cabinet and just brute force opened the ammo and mag safe. They must have spent a long time in the house as neither were in plain view. The guy just took it for easy cash and was caught trying to sell it not too long after I got back home, but jesus I would have felt horrible if he'd used all of my gear to commit a crime. It's only semi-auto so he'd have had to roughly known what he was doing but from then on I figured ten rounds is fine for defending my home or for shooting deer. If I can't hit a deer in 10 shots it'll be well gone and if I can't hit an intruder in the first ten shots I'd be dead pretty quick so extra bullets would do nothing.
User avatar #12 - ntobarrev (10/27/2014) [-]
Wow, have you never heard of a thing called "having someone watch your house while you're unable to"? I mean, you even said it yourself, it was a rough part of town.
User avatar #13 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
Yeah I did have someone watching the place. But people gotta work etc. so they would have hit when my friend was away too. If they were in there for ages they would have staked it as if they didn't know it was empty they would have just gone in and ditched within minutes.
User avatar #15 - ntobarrev (10/27/2014) [-]
Ok yeah, that makes sense. Just got a different impression from your previous comment.
#11 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
I'm a sports shooter mostly so 10 rounds is kind of low for my tastes, plus going to the range and plinking is somehing I do as well. But for home defense a short barreled Remington 11/87 is suffice. 4+1 00 buck.
User avatar #14 - forbesydemon (10/27/2014) [-]
I have a 12ga, pump UTS-15 for my home now. Not a fan of shotgun hunting unless I'm hunting ducks, but siting in a hide and blowing on a whistle for hours on end isn't my idea of hunting. Only ever use my AR for deer or pigs. Have a babby .22 for rabbits as well but it's a shitty old Norinco and it's so hard to find anything over 10 round mags for it.
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User avatar #61 - scorcho (10/27/2014) [-]
yes, just hand out firearms until everyone is armed. There is no way this can go wrong.
#52 - anonymous (10/27/2014) [-]
Typical USA solution to gun crime.

More guns.

I'm so glad I love in a place where I've never had to look at a gun or hear one going off.
User avatar #60 - sketchE (10/27/2014) [-]
in alaska there are five guns for every person. ive heard us refered to as the canadians of the US.
#57 - jimmynutz (10/27/2014) [-]
Found the troll
User avatar #45 - demandsgayversion (10/27/2014) [-]
I don't trust most people with firearms. Pretty much the only people who should have guns, already have guns. And even some of them shouldn't have guns. If you want a gun and can be responsible with it, you already have a gun.

But lasers, on the other hand....
#46 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
That's like, your opinion man. But anybody who doesn't own a gun has something to hide. Anybody who does tend to be more honest and open anyway. Cept inner city people, those people are just products of a socialist upbringing.
User avatar #48 - demandsgayversion (10/27/2014) [-]
How does not owning a gun mean someone has something to hide? I don't want the power to end someone's life at the pull of a trigger, I don't trust my reaction times to know whether or not to shoot, I don't want the responsibility of a gun, I don't want to ever shoot a person. Some people have bad judgement and would shoot other people over petty disputes, some people aren't responsible enough to keep a gun hidden away from their children, some people would be clumsy and shoot themselves or others on accident. There's many reasons for people not owning a gun. To not carry a weapon around implies a certain level of safety, where some people prefer not to live at the threat of violence. Having something to hide is definitely not a reason to not own a gun. It's more likely that someone with something to hide would own a firearm, as to have the ability to protect that secret by violent measure.

And what the fuck do you mean about "socialist upbringing"? The core ideal of perfect socialism would be that everyone shares what they have, and there's a political extreme associated with that ideal - and usually, the only people who are against that extreme (at least enough to use it as a strawman) would be of the opposite extreme, where humans fight eachother to survive. If someone's "upbringing" is based around concepts of sharing and kindness, I wouldn't condemn those people at all - their concepts of "socialism" being a general favoritism towards sharing and other such good virtues, not aligning themselves with political extremes or labeling other people with extremist values.
#65 - boothead (10/27/2014) [-]
If you don't trust yourself because you're a liberal jackass why do you even botther to care what I do in my spare time? I can't help your dumbass can't get training.
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Nah, I just stick to the blogs I like and will occasionally look at the porn blogs. The crazy feminist side is pretty easy to ignore.
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you're actually right about that. stick to blogs that have little to do with gamergate and you won't really hear about it on tumblr
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Carter left office 1-20-81...youre a little late to the polls.
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Shut it whitey.
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