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    Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Read these articles about horrific violence committed with the bow and arrow. Vote on whether you wish to enact bow and arrow control legislation to combat it. We could require that a person who owns a bow must register it and is not allowed to own more than four arrows.

    Edit: Forgot to include the links.

    http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012...cials-say?lite

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nati...icle-1.1211499

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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Really? Sarcasm I hope?

    Basic ****s and gigs bows no, but powerful professional bows should be registered. Other sorts of control beyond registration is stupid for guns, therefore stupid for a bow.
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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Quote Originally Posted by Juiposa View Post
    Really? Sarcasm I hope?

    Basic ****s and gigs bows no, but powerful professional bows should be registered. Other sorts of control beyond registration is stupid for guns, therefore stupid for a bow.
    what is a powerful professional bow?

    this ought to be funny

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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    what is a powerful professional bow?

    this ought to be funny
    One used for professional purposes? Like compound bows that can take down a moose? Bows made specifically for hunting or bows of similar design.
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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Are blowguns illegal? With poison darts, you can take down a pretty big person, they're silent, require no flash suppressors, could be put in a clip and seem relatively cheap to produce. I'm surprised nobody carries those. I may get one tomorrow.

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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Someone actually does support bow control. That's just great. You people never cease to amaze me.

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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    Someone actually does support bow control. That's just great. You people never cease to amaze me.
    May you be referring to me? I have a feeling you are.
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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Whoever it was.

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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    Whoever it was.
    Well, no one's voted in favour of it yet, so, I don't see where you;re coming from.

    Anywho, moving on.
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    Re: Do you support bow and arrow control?

    Quote Originally Posted by specklebang View Post
    Are blowguns illegal? With poison darts, you can take down a pretty big person, they're silent, require no flash suppressors, could be put in a clip and seem relatively cheap to produce. I'm surprised nobody carries those. I may get one tomorrow.
    Illegal in California: Article 4. Blowguns - Sections 12580-12583 :: California Penal Code :: 2005 California Code :: California Code :: US Codes and Statutes :: US Law :: Justia

    Other than that, they are free game.
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