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    Re: Who Supports the NRA?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I am sure some leftists will try to use some map that compare homicide rates instead of actual numbers of homicides to make it seem as though Chicago or New York is somehow safer than Anchorage Alaska.
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    Re: Who Supports the NRA?

    Quote Originally Posted by jdog21 View Post
    I find it funny that they are trying to ban a specific type of gun and have failed to show that doing so would be to the benefit of society. Will it save lives, will there be less murders once the ban is in effect? They know the answer is NO but yet they will ban it anyways. So whats the purpose of the ban then?
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    The only "sport" that most gun owners participate in is suicide or murder.

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    Re: Who Supports the NRA?

    Quote Originally Posted by calamity View Post
    Shannon shows us.



    It does beg the question. What the hell is it with old white dudes and their obsession with guns?

    Look, I get having a piece for protection, especially for women who are easily out-muscled. But, we don't see a hundred women in that line shown in the clip above. Do we? No. We see dudes, old dudes; white old dudes to be exact.

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    Let me start with I'm a senior citizen and a gun owner. I have owned guns since I was 14 years old. Now that is out of the way. Tell us how many mass shootings have been committed by people over 50? How many mass shootings have occurred at NRA meetings or conventions? A possible reason you see mostly older guys is because the photographer wanted to give the impression these were the main attendants. The NRA supports gun safety, gun ownership, and the 2nd amendment. So naturally they are going to oppose any law that infringes on those rights. If you want to worry about gun ownership, I suggest you concentrate on inner city guns that is where the real gun problems are.
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    Re: Who Supports the NRA?

    Quote Originally Posted by HumblePi View Post
    It's not a 'blatant lie' to say that gun owners freak the **** out when someone even suggests banning military grade weapons of war. What's next, rocket launchers, Long-range artillery and hyper-sonic missiles? There has to be a line drawn between defensive civilian weaponry and military grade weapons.
    What "military grade weapons of war" are you talking about?
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    Re: Who Supports the NRA?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tlrmln View Post
    Making them "illegal to own" means "taking them away" to anyone who obeys the law. Are you saying they're going to pass the law, and then not enforce it?
    Northram has already requested, and gotten, an additional 250K as what will be needed to jail those not voluntarly willing to give up their guns.

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    Re: Who Supports the NRA?

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Sarge View Post
    Let me start with I'm a senior citizen and a gun owner. I have owned guns since I was 14 years old. Now that is out of the way. Tell us how many mass shootings have been committed by people over 50? How many mass shootings have occurred at NRA meetings or conventions? A possible reason you see mostly older guys is because the photographer wanted to give the impression these were the main attendants. The NRA supports gun safety, gun ownership, and the 2nd amendment. So naturally they are going to oppose any law that infringes on those rights. If you want to worry about gun ownership, I suggest you concentrate on inner city guns that is where the real gun problems are.
    The OP link is by twitter account of a Moms Against the 2nd amendment member. One of Michael Bloomberg's anti-2nd amendment trash groups.
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