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Thread: Firearms - The Primary Problem

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Not if you have an assault spoon, with beef-killer rounds.
    My assault fork/spoon can kill a man with a single blade, multi-prongs, or a tactical entrenchment device (I know the geneva convention bans sharpening the edge). It also comes with a screwdriver...

    High speed, low drag.

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Do you suppose the anti-gun loons have stopped posting here because they understand that we've illustrated just how absurd their positions really are...?

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Do you suppose the anti-gun loons have stopped posting here because they understand that we've illustrated just how absurd their positions really are...?
    You'd probably consider me an anti gun loon. I see no reason why the general populace needs fully automatic assault weapons

    But I do have a sense of humor as well.

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    I think the anti-gun loons are now trying to lose weight in fear of the gun nuts.
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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Keorythe View Post
    My assault fork/spoon can kill a man with a single blade, multi-prongs, or a tactical entrenchment device (I know the geneva convention bans sharpening the edge). It also comes with a screwdriver...

    High speed, low drag.

    Damn, after you kill him, you can eat him.

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    You'd probably consider me an anti gun loon. I see no reason why the general populace needs fully automatic assault weapons

    But I do have a sense of humor as well.
    I agree on full automatics without prior major scrutiny.

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    You'd probably consider me an anti gun loon. I see no reason why the general populace needs fully automatic assault weapons

    But I do have a sense of humor as well.
    I see no reason as to why you should be able to tell me I can't have it. A right is a right, rights are inherent to the individual. If I have a right, it's mine and I can exercise it at my discretion. The only limitation is that I do not infringe upon the rights of others. Gun ownership does not do that. Thus if I want a fully automatic assault weapon (like that AA-12 which is super sweet and I should have 5) then I should be free to get a fully automatic assault weapon. Done deal. Less I turn that gun on another, you should have no say in what I buy and own. The government even less than what you as an individual can do.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    I see no reason as to why you should be able to tell me I can't have it. A right is a right, rights are inherent to the individual. If I have a right, it's mine and I can exercise it at my discretion. The only limitation is that I do not infringe upon the rights of others. Gun ownership does not do that. Thus if I want a fully automatic assault weapon (like that AA-12 which is super sweet and I should have 5) then I should be free to get a fully automatic assault weapon. Done deal. Less I turn that gun on another, you should have no say in what I buy and own. The government even less than what you as an individual can do.
    What about the crazy 92 year old lady next door who screams at children to stay off her yard? Ok for her to have one too, right?

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    Re: Firearms - The Primary Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonnie1988 View Post
    What about the crazy 92 year old lady next door who screams at children to stay off her yard? Ok for her to have one too, right?
    Why the **** not. Probably couldn't hit the broad side of a barn anyway.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Why the **** not. Probably couldn't hit the broad side of a barn anyway.
    Well lets hope not. Probably she needs landmines to be safe from those kids. But those anti-gun kook politicians won't allow her Constitutional rights to have those.

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