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#49 - CaptainKill (06/15/2016) [-]
Oh look, another person with no knowledge of guns or gun laws against assault rifles.
The tl;dr of the situation is this: assault rifles are highly regulated in the USA, are expensive as fuck ($20,000+) and require a clearance by the ATF, FBI, and your local police chief. What most people call "assault rifles" are civilian sporting rifles which look cosmetically like a military grade rifle, but can only function semi-automatically, just like the hunting rifles that have been around for well over a century.
#32 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
You know, there is something that kills many times more people than civiilian-owned full auto guns. And have just as little use. We should really ban them.
you fucking twat
#31 - lucariopwnz (06/15/2016) [-]
Do you understand what an "assault rifle" actually is? Like fuck, everyone bitching about them but have no idea what they're complaining about... an assault rifle is classified as a long gun that has a select fire capability. This means it can fire semi auto (one trigger pull, one round fired) or it can fire automatic (hold the trigger and endless bullets). THESE ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO JUST ANYONE!!! They require a special license and cost ridiculous amounts of money. So you're "opinion" is already in effect...
#30 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Good things it's not called the Bill of Needs.
#147 - skrasnic (06/15/2016) [-]
Let's take the stupid train one stop further.
Fuck it, why can't I buy a rocket launcher? It would just be for self defence.
Shalnotbeinfrged amirite guis.
Why is my right to own a ICBM being infringed?
Why can't I start my own private militia to defend myself? It's just self defence of course.
Fact is, we have to draw the line somewhere. Shall Not Be Infringed just can't cut it anymore. We can't trust people with too much power.
#151 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Maybe we don't have to draw a line on firearm type, but around legal distribution?
Terrorists used planes to kill millions. We never stopped and said, "Maybe we shouldn't allow certain types of planes to be flown because that's what will prevent future terrorist attacks." We stepped the fuck up and tightened our goddamn security. There are a billion reasons why owning firearms more powerful than a goddamn pistol is important, just because you don't think that citizens will need to defend themselves from more than one homicidal maniac or will need to have power to overrule governmental tyranny one day is a plausible cause for ownership doesn't mean it nullifies the need to defend oneself as efficiently as active military. "Shall not be infringed" is the reason there have been NO wars on U.S. soil since the goddamn Civil War.
#160 - skrasnic (06/15/2016) [-]
And gun control laws have been the reason there hasn't been a mass shooting in Australia since 1996.
Meanwhile in America there have been 5 mass shooting since Orlando, resulting in 4 dead and 24 injured. www.massshootingtracker.org/data
It's not solid evidence, I know. It's only one case.
I just think risk/reward needs to be balanced. I think it is too risky having automatic weapons in general population.
It's like the cold war. If everyone has a gun then nobody's going to shoot. But it isn't true peace. Everyone is ready to shoot the moment someone else does. It has a massive risk.
There's also the issue, that once a gun has been sold, there is no control over what happens to it. Mr Smith, a gardener, could easily sell his fire arm to Mr Jones, a drug dealer.
Similarly, a drunk/high person can't drive a car. We have police testing this. But a drunk person can easily carry a concealed firearm, without police noticing.
While there are billions of uses for fire arms stronger than pistols there are also billions of risks.
#162 - ninjaspartan (06/15/2016) [-]
You say that, but you also have to think about how there's no record of any of those fifty or so victims or any victims in any shooting aside from law enforcement being armed for self defense. Not that there would be, media won't cover that kind of issue. So in a way, you're right, there is an imbalance. As a country who supports firearms, there may just need to be more people carrying. Unfortunately, forcing people to buy guns may in a way also infringe on the idea of it being a right. But nonetheless, it simply goes to show our vulnerability as a country. I would rather be more prepared to defend against a potential threat than cross my fingers on the promise that I would be protected by someone else that I can't rely on. We've had a lot of mass shootings in America recently but that doesn't make me forget how recent Paris was, either.
#46 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
Where does it say the right to bare assault rifles shall not be infringed.
If you claim that it includes all arms, then by that logic fully automatic light machine guns should also be legal. But they aren't, because people realized how ridiculous it is to trust that not even one out of tens of millions of gun owners will never simply hold down the trigger and kill dozens.
#95 - unladenswallow (06/15/2016) [-]
Fully automatic weapons are legal you brainless failure. You just have to go through a fuck ton of hoops to get them. They aren't "banned" though. Anybody can buy and fly a plane, but you need to go through training and such first. This doesn't mean that planes are banned, just not easy to access.
#75 - anon (06/15/2016) [-]
as long as it is done within reason
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