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Date Signed Up:7/30/2012
Last Login:2/04/2013
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#143 - Why...I could see a 10 round limit as a compromise and in my s… 01/20/2013 on Second Amendment 0
#136 - Just out of curiosity from this statement. Do you think we sho…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/20/2013 on Second Amendment 0
User avatar #141 - darman (01/20/2013) [-]
In nations such as Australia only people with jobs like law enforcement or professional animal culler have them. In places like Germany you can get one with extensive background check and a legitimate reason for use such as hunting and with a modification limiting a 2 round capacity. I would have these restrictions in place to help ensure safety.
User avatar #143 - zradel (01/20/2013) [-]
Why...I could see a 10 round limit as a compromise and in my state at least, you do have to have a background check...
#131 - Want to know whats preventive? The sound of a 12 gauge shell b…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/20/2013 on Second Amendment 0
User avatar #157 - NolanNasty (01/20/2013) [-]
. And how often have you been threatened or killed by a law abiding citizen that owns a gun? Not once in your life I'd expect.

Just thougth you would wan't a different perspective on that one.
#126 - You're right...when an armed criminal breaks into my house I w…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/20/2013 on Second Amendment +3
User avatar #153 - NolanNasty (01/20/2013) [-]
so instead you would engage in a firefight with him? Yeah, that should keep your family safe...
User avatar #128 - darman (01/20/2013) [-]
And how often does an armed criminal with murderous intent break into your home. Not once in your life I'd expect. Even if this did happen the answer lies in preventative action, not retaliatory violence.
User avatar #134 - ilcecchino (01/20/2013) [-]
Preventative action... like what? Locking your doors? oooh... that's a tuffy. i'm sure criminals will go up to your house see the door is locked and walk away... they have abselutely NO other means of getting into your house
User avatar #135 - darman (01/20/2013) [-]
Preventative action like security systems, improved education, reduction of poverty levels and community building. People shouldn't have to turn to crime. A strong networked people sees less crime than a nation of people siting in chairs aiming shotguns at their doors.
User avatar #138 - ilcecchino (01/20/2013) [-]
i don't know ANYBODY. sitting at their porch/door in a chair with a shotgun... that's just ignorant. And Security systems, improved education, reduction of poverty levels.... all that takes money... alot more money than a simple pistol kept in a lockbox under your bed
#133 - theholyblade (01/20/2013) [-]
It's happened to one of my close friends who lives in a very sketchy part of town.. My friend had a handgun in his room and shot the guy. Who was found to be in possession of a murder weapon. So my friend stopped a criminal, and protected himself.
User avatar #131 - zradel (01/20/2013) [-]
Want to know whats preventive? The sound of a 12 gauge shell being loaded into a Mossberg 500. You can't prevent someone from doing something completely. If they want to do something, they will find a way. And how often have you been threatened or killed by a law abiding citizen that owns a gun? Not once in your life I'd expect.
User avatar #157 - NolanNasty (01/20/2013) [-]
. And how often have you been threatened or killed by a law abiding citizen that owns a gun? Not once in your life I'd expect.

Just thougth you would wan't a different perspective on that one.
#124 - Also <---This  [+] (1 new reply) 01/20/2013 on Second Amendment -1
User avatar #127 - darman (01/20/2013) [-]
Most people have cars, fewer have guns. Cars see more frequent use than guns. This "data" isn't even close to statistically relevant. Also, i didn't make any remarks about anyone's sexual orientation and it seems a bit uncalled for. I just enjoy thought provoking conversation.
#122 - You say we should leave our protection up to law enforcement..…  [+] (12 new replies) 01/20/2013 on Second Amendment +1
User avatar #125 - darman (01/20/2013) [-]
What I am saying is there doesn't need to be a firefight. Cooler heads prevail, and if everybody keeps running around half-cocked with their personal arsenal someone will eventually do something stupid, and innocent people will get hurt. I understand removing all guns is unreasonable but there needs to be a better answer than putting armed guards in schools or letting everyone walk around with a deadly weapon.
User avatar #126 - zradel (01/20/2013) [-]
You're right...when an armed criminal breaks into my house I will ask him if he wants to count to ten, take a breath, and then decide if he wants to take my possessions and possibly harm my family.
User avatar #153 - NolanNasty (01/20/2013) [-]
so instead you would engage in a firefight with him? Yeah, that should keep your family safe...
User avatar #128 - darman (01/20/2013) [-]
And how often does an armed criminal with murderous intent break into your home. Not once in your life I'd expect. Even if this did happen the answer lies in preventative action, not retaliatory violence.
User avatar #134 - ilcecchino (01/20/2013) [-]
Preventative action... like what? Locking your doors? oooh... that's a tuffy. i'm sure criminals will go up to your house see the door is locked and walk away... they have abselutely NO other means of getting into your house
User avatar #135 - darman (01/20/2013) [-]
Preventative action like security systems, improved education, reduction of poverty levels and community building. People shouldn't have to turn to crime. A strong networked people sees less crime than a nation of people siting in chairs aiming shotguns at their doors.
User avatar #138 - ilcecchino (01/20/2013) [-]
i don't know ANYBODY. sitting at their porch/door in a chair with a shotgun... that's just ignorant. And Security systems, improved education, reduction of poverty levels.... all that takes money... alot more money than a simple pistol kept in a lockbox under your bed
#133 - theholyblade (01/20/2013) [-]
It's happened to one of my close friends who lives in a very sketchy part of town.. My friend had a handgun in his room and shot the guy. Who was found to be in possession of a murder weapon. So my friend stopped a criminal, and protected himself.
User avatar #131 - zradel (01/20/2013) [-]
Want to know whats preventive? The sound of a 12 gauge shell being loaded into a Mossberg 500. You can't prevent someone from doing something completely. If they want to do something, they will find a way. And how often have you been threatened or killed by a law abiding citizen that owns a gun? Not once in your life I'd expect.
User avatar #157 - NolanNasty (01/20/2013) [-]
. And how often have you been threatened or killed by a law abiding citizen that owns a gun? Not once in your life I'd expect.

Just thougth you would wan't a different perspective on that one.
#124 - zradel (01/20/2013) [-]
Also

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User avatar #127 - darman (01/20/2013) [-]
Most people have cars, fewer have guns. Cars see more frequent use than guns. This "data" isn't even close to statistically relevant. Also, i didn't make any remarks about anyone's sexual orientation and it seems a bit uncalled for. I just enjoy thought provoking conversation.
#17723 - Or write a new law that would override that specific peace of … 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#17711 - Contrary to popular belief, the Act does not prohibit members … 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#17696 - Where in the Constitution does it say that? 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#17657 - That's a waste of time and money for the teachers. Laws can ch… 12/31/2012 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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