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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    well it seems everyone now knows that your arguments are not ones you can back up and that you merely continue to insinuate that legal gun ownership is the ONLY reason why these victims are dead
    what i think everyone knows is that if someone brings up an important topic, like wives/girlfriends being gunned down, that you will attack that person.

    that's really, really odd.

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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by CaughtInThe View Post
    do you have any evidence of the opposite?
    What an odd way of thinking. You believe that if the object wasn't there (how would it not be there?) that the angry, out-of-control, homicidal person would just forget about his anger and wanting her dead?
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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by Josie View Post
    What an odd way of thinking. You believe that if the object wasn't there (how would it not be there?) that the angry, out-of-control, homicidal person would just forget about his anger and wanting her dead?
    i'm simply using the exact same strategy that the poster was using on me.

    it's kind of funny when it bites back.

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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by CaughtInThe View Post
    what i think everyone knows is that if someone brings up an important topic, like wives/girlfriends being gunned down, that you will attack that person.

    that's really, really odd.
    I am attacking a passive-aggressive series of posts that avoid actually stating a position
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    Yeah; a shotgun IS a rifle; it uses a different load.
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    You know that Reagan signed the Brady Bill - right?
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    The only "sport" that most gun owners participate in is suicide or murder.

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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by CaughtInThe View Post
    do you have any evidence of the opposite?
    Is that a YES or a NO?

    Do you have ANY EVIDENCE she would have been alive if there were no gun involved?
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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by CaughtInThe View Post
    i'm simply using the exact same strategy that the poster was using on me.

    it's kind of funny when it bites back.
    No, you were waving the bloody shirt and didn't expect someone to call you on it.
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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by calamity View Post
    Celebratory gunfire, now there's something that wasn't around when I was growing up in the 70's. Today, it's all the rage.

    Well, meet last night's victim.

    Family loses matriarch after she's killed, likely by celebratory gunfire in N. Harris Co.

    Yes, we are looking at one more reason we need to get guns under control. It's literally nuts out there these days because of them.
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    Yeah and they definitely should make it illegal to drive while drunk too. Esp on New Yrs Eve, why, they should make it illegal to drive at all NYE. Heaven forbid a drunken accident happen. Let's just make it illegal for ALL drivers to drive on NYE.
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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    why would any sane gun owner support something a hard core gun banner wants to hassle gun owners with

    what possible benefit do gun owners get from registration
    What possible benefits do car owners get from speed limits on highways ?


    Registration assists law enforcement solve crimes and it could be argued that it prevents some gun crime as the perpetrator would think twice before using a gun in a crime, that was registered to him/her.

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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich2018 View Post
    What possible benefits do car owners get from speed limits on highways ?


    Registration assists law enforcement solve crimes and it could be argued that it prevents some gun crime as the perpetrator would think twice before using a gun in a crime, that was registered to him/her.
    why do you gun banners confuse laws that require safe use of a dangerous item with registration.

    You're a gun banner-you want to register guns-tell us why we should support giving you gun banners a tool that helps you ban guns and confiscate them
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    Yeah; a shotgun IS a rifle; it uses a different load.
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    You know that Reagan signed the Brady Bill - right?
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    The only "sport" that most gun owners participate in is suicide or murder.

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    Re: Too Many Guns, Another Example

    Quote Originally Posted by Chillfolks View Post
    I'm married to the person in charge of the security for the bank, technically a Credit Union, so actually yes I have done some reaserch on the subject.
    And you think a federal database is less trustworthy than one run by a bank - the evidence would seem to contradict you


    ...Yeah so does a phonebook. That's not the same as as listing the amount and types of firearms I own....
    Or things on a bank database, like your SSN, bank balance, incoming and outgoing financial transactions - you know stuff that could be used to defraud you


    No photo in my state.
    It does in Georgia, and you're finger printed too
    I think you'd be surprised what details your state has about you. And don't think they don't share that data


    They are less of a target.
    Source ?

    And how would you know ?

    What does your, admittedly limited, knowledge suggest the vulnerability criteria is ?


    Its a list of possible, but we disagree on if it's a deterrent.
    I'd say a CCW holder had more than a possible chance of owning a gun.


    Or an address to target...

    If the burglar is suicidal.

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