The best one so far
Or you know, do something about our societal problems where kids are pushed into thinking this is their option and people are pushed to perform racially charged crimes. I'm a gun owner and I would never hurt anyone who isnt trying to hurt me, my family, or america at a whole.
I’m not sure the yanks are enjoying the violence. As I understand, the problem is that the laws in line to be changed wouldn’t have done anything to prevent the tragedies. Maybe try working together to come up with agreeable changes that would have an impact. Ya know, rather than both sides calling each other mean things all the time?
@KentYYC, Not to mention freaking Beat-o telling credit card companies to circumvent the constitution by not allowing firearms to be purchased. What a ho.
@KentYYC, laughs in corrupt politician
@Pyvin, this is the same person that campaigned in a foreign country....lets not forget that
@MMSieBreeze, it’s also the same person that got drunk, decided to drive a car, launched his car at a deadly speed into traffic, hit an innocent driver, then attempted to flee from the scene (but was caught). By his own logic, he should be trying to get all alcohol banned since it “causes deadly accidents.”
@KentYYC, i would love for them to make common sense gun laws. But that would not line their pockets nearly as much as the tobacco and alcohol companies. Now 6 people die from vapes (juul vapes, owned by a tobacco company) and we have to get rid of all the vapes. I live here and its becoming a joke.
@Sr5turbo, the problem is that you can't define "common sense gun laws", and anything you do come up with will either be 1) A violation of my constitutional rights, 2) Completely ineffective, 3) already in place right now, or some combination of the 3. Stay away from my rights. That's it. Just stay away from my rights.
@Captain Swordsman, agreed, its a sticky situation. I also think they are too easy to get. I think all guns should require a licence. I also know that while there is a 3 day waiting period if I buy a rifle or shotgun in a store as well as a background check; there is none if I buy at a show. Thats all I think would be a good start. Just making guns slightly harder to get while also educating potential owners. Stay away from my mag sizes, firearm types, and attachments.
@Sr5turbo, "there is none if I buy it at a show". Oh, so you're just lying to sound like you know what you're talking about. I just bought an AR-15 (lower receiver) at the famous Crown Point, Indiana gun show and had to fill out a background check, as you always do. Private sellers rarely get booths at shows. If you're going to come at my rights, at least learn a thing or two first.
@Captain Swordsman, 1st off, at what what point is making someone have a permit for a firearm in violation of your rights? You can still get one. On that note, there are many people who cannot, where is your cry for those people? Is it because a gov worker/agency has deemed them high risk? How does that forfit their rights? Please research the "gun show loophole". It allows firearms dealers to sell as private sellers as they are not operating inside the confinds of a business. Thus less taxes, instant delivery, and lower price, which leads to higher sales. Btw I have built an AR, a BAR, and 2 1911s all from gun show parts. The AR was 100% purchased in one show for about $350. All cash, with 0 paperwork. Its that ease that needs to go, not the guns. After all, its bad people, not bad guns.
@Sr5turbo, no, YOU research the "gun show loophole" so you can learn that it's a complete fabrication. If you really bought an AR without a background check, you should contact the ATF (you didn't, you actually don't know what a BAR is, and you have 0 1911, and you couldn't build a gun with an automatic gun-building machine. You're a false-flagging liberal that wants to appear "moderate" while fabricating ALL of your knowledge about the subject)
@Captain Swordsman, again, you never answered my initial question. You did however assume much about me. I wish I could post pics, but even at that, I feel your ignorance of the subject would only blind you into a moronic counter point. And while "gun show loophole" is a misnomer, there is no regulation that states that a licanced firearms dealer cannot attend a gun show as a private seller. Additionally, there is no law for backround checks on parts. Just picked up an M&P upper rebuild kit for ARs at Gander Outdoors yesterday (they are on sale btw, $16 with the club card). No check, no one cared. They are a licanced firearms dealer. Parts are not a working firearm. In fact, you can buy any part (state depending) except the lower (the only part that is considered the "gun") sans-backround check from a store. Private sales in many states, require no paperwork. Here in FL, they encourage TFO forms through private sales, but its not required and only for buyer/seller records.
@Sr5turbo, if its required for someone to get a liscense for a firearm, more and more restrictions will be unfairly put on who is allowed to get them
I prefer the other Tyler
@A Math Dealer,
Did you know KFC is making a dating sim where you can date Colonel Sanders?
*brews pot of tea*
@LightskinDarkNig, after youve boiled the pot, brewed the kettle, and added the milk...and this is the important part....dont make them drink the tea...(reference link https://youtu.be/oQbei5JGiT8)
@MMSieBreeze, the tea is for me while I’m reading the heated gun comments.
Obviously made by a brit, they're dumb as sh1t!
Guns are bad
Ight Imma head out