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#51 - UA partay
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(01/04/2013) [-]
I advocate gun control; always use two hands when firing a pistol.
#44 - kathuzada
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#52 to #44 - asftrooper
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Damnit, I knew I should of order a bigger size!
#46 to #44 - kathuzada
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#95 to #46 - steedawwg **User deleted account**
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HOW THE TABLE HAVE TURNED!
#67 to #46 - ainise
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It looks like the start of an infomercial, aimed specifically at robbers.

"Do you have trouble holding your gun, when trying to rob someone?" *cut to this*

#50 to #46 - asftrooper
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Here dude, I think you should have this. Have a nice day!
#47 to #46 - kathuzada
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#53 to #47 - asftrooper
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Don't take wrestling lessons, they said.
It'll be useless, they said.
#36 - thumblocked ONLINE
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I'm probably gonna get an onslaught of red thumbs for this, but I'm just wondering why people would be so upset about the government making it slightly more difficult to get guns. Could someone going through this first hand explain it to me?
#49 to #36 - rockstarownage ONLINE
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lets put it this way

one reason Stalin didn't want to invade the U.S. is the fact that although his army was bigger than ours, our population was bigger than his army

he feared that if he invaded, every man, woman and child would be on their door steps with everything from bb guns to rifles, every step of the way.

now although we don't have threats such as other countries invading, it's nice to keep a rifle in case of emergency

some feel the gun control is violating our second amendment rights, some just want their guns

like personally i love guns and hate control laws (especially in california 5-10 round mags and bullet butons) , but i mean everyone has their opinion,

and i can tell you how disappointed i was when i went in with my dad to buy my first rifle (a mosin nagant) and had to wait 10 days before we could get it, because then i didn't get to fire it for a month or so later because my dad had to work on the weekends between then

so really theres different situations why people hate control laws, but its all about how you feel personally.
#54 to #49 - thumblocked ONLINE
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I understand what you mean. The constitution was written in the 1700's (no?) and therefore the second amendment dates back to the time when weapons were essential to the frontier. That arguably seems to apply less to today's situation.
#56 to #54 - rockstarownage ONLINE
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yeah, and you're correct there, but then again people still do try their best to apply stuff to today using the constitution
but yeah i know what you mean, and some of the less educated folks who don't understand the fact that it applied to that time, are the ones complaining about how it violates their 2nd amendment rights
afterall it did apply to a musket/ flint lock rifle, not necessarily a high powered assault rifle

but yeah i still hate most gun control laws, some are understandable, but some seem a bit excessive
but yeah like i said its all about personal opinion
#57 to #56 - thumblocked ONLINE
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Which state are you from? And what are the gun control laws there? I'm kind of out of the loop up here in Canada.
#60 to #57 - rockstarownage ONLINE
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california and i'm not completely sure on ALL of the gun laws but the ones i know for sure are 10 round mags, cannot be fully automatic, (i believe most pistols/pistol calibers have to have 5 round mags) (at the range the other day, the 9mm rifle we fired had a 5 round mag) most "assault rifles" have to have a bullet button (if you need clarification what that is i'll explain) and there's a lot more, but i don't know them off the top of my head

#64 to #60 - thumblocked ONLINE
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Well in Canada, you have to take a course to get a license, you need a special permit for semi-automatics, there's magazine restrictions, and there's a 28 day waiting period/ background and security check. It's working okay for us.
#65 to #64 - rockstarownage ONLINE
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yeah, i understand licenses and courses, that's a great idea and they need more of that here, i mean we have preventive measures, but it would be much better if we required people to take a safety course before owning a weapon

as far as semi auto's i dont know about special permits, because semi-auto's are a LOT of fun.

mag restrictions are understandable because if someones trying to shoot up a place then they're gonna have less rounds, but i personally feel it's a major inconvience when at the range, having to stop every 5 shots to reload to mag, which does become a pain in the ass

28 days seems a little excessive because a background and security check shouldn't take that long, unless of course they have a backup of people waiting for theirs, then it's understandable

but yeah i see where you're getting at
#66 to #65 - thumblocked ONLINE
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There's kind of a thing here. Anything government related takes a ******* eternity :P
#43 to #36 - brokendownpm
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As far as I know, there going to take away alot of guns from the american people. I think its any rifle that has over 10 rounds and can be converted to full auto.
#45 to #43 - thumblocked ONLINE
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Then get a nice remington bolt-action or something?
#48 to #45 - brokendownpm
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Yeah, but thats not the best for self defense. Its also nearly as fun to shoot as a AK.
#55 to #48 - thumblocked ONLINE
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Shotgun, then? Nothing will stop an intruder like a shotgun.
#58 to #55 - rockstarownage ONLINE
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well think about it this way, intruder breaks into your house, you shoot a massive hole in him with a shotgun, you have a LOT of work cleaning that up afterwards

shoot him with a nice decent sized round 5.56 /.223 then there's less of a mess to clean up
#59 to #58 - thumblocked ONLINE
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No offense but that seems a little trivial when compared to the bigger picture.
#61 to #59 - rockstarownage ONLINE
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haha, none taken, i'm just messing around, it's just something i thought about when you said that.
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#34 - asftrooper
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Why is that guy still ******* gambling! DUDE! There's a guy with a gun fighting a person with a chair, TURN THE **** AROUND!
#33 - konamicode
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#31 - DJKitty
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We don't need gun control we need people control.
We don't need internet censorship we need people control.
We don't need video game control we need people control.


Even though I'm canadian I think the gun control laws in america are ridiculous.
#29 - richiehf
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**richiehf rolled a random image posted in comment #10 at You had one job... ** I'll let this roll decide for me.
#28 - Campbellssoup
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Idiot brought a gun to a chair fight
Idiot brought a gun to a chair fight
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#27 - wolvesbrickwall
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Pass legislation for Chair Control immediately. They are too dangerous.
#23 - anon
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You do know that this footage is from the UK?
It turned out not to be a real gun.
#18 - ARandomSpoon
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That man was obviously a violent man with a violent past, because of his actions I think we should put a strict regulation on chairs. We should ban all black assault chairs, and any chair with unnecessary attachments like adjustable heights, cup holders, or any other assault like attachment. I'm calling for full chair control.
#139 to #18 - stripeygreenhat
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No one has ever shot up a school with a chair, dumbass.
#26 to #18 - anon
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This *****... Give this ***** a cookie.
#13 - jewlube
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In my opinion we should allow all to own guns. Teachers, store owners, taxi cab drivers, children, republicans, mentally handicapped, mentally unstable, babies, house hold pets, and even midgets.
#219 to #13 - Bricehager
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I dunno man, midgets is pushing it. They would only be able to shoot people in the dick.
#78 to #13 - rennat
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I was with you right up to midgets. We can't trust those little people McNuggets. One day they'll rise up against us, but then they'll only be like, average height, so It's no biggie.
#69 to #13 - royrogersmcfreely
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even birds!? AC130 inbound!!
#30 to #13 - manbearpiglet
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But....can we own midgets?
But....can we own midgets?
#14 to #13 - thatfuego
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mentally handicapped, house pets, and babies are all fine, but midgets is where I draw the line, how dare you even suggest they should even touch guns you sick son of a bitch
#32 to #14 - bilall
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what if they are mentally handicapped baby midget house pet?
#112 to #32 - thatfuego
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well then they can own a gun because they are 75% safe and only 25% midget
#21 to #14 - wakazooie
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The **** you're saying, whore
#24 to #21 - thatfuego
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midgets can head butt your balls, they do not need a gun, and they are ALWAYS angry
#25 to #24 - wakazooie
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Well played
#11 - inflatablewalrus
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CONTEXT: This is a man from Leeds, a chav attempted to rob the betting shop he was in, when he was threatened by this chav with a gun (which turned out to be a fake) he reacted by picking up a chair and beating the **** out of him, one-handed. absolute boss.
#10 - acar
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It's not guns control we need to discuss, it's mental health and people just not behaving correctly around guns. Reasons that Sandyhook took place is because the person that did the shooting was bipolar and had other mental issues.
#83 to #10 - sandyhook
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Leave me alone!
#142 to #83 - acar
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dammit all
#9 - KayRed
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In my opinion, you ain't a man if you have to use a gun.
#20 to #9 - reconred
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Simo Hayha disagrees.
#22 to #20 - KayRed
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I'm almost disappointed that him and Mad Jack Churchill never fought eachother.
#8 - Cookiez
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People don't kill people, chairs kill people.

Ban chairs now.
#6 - anon
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I rather have the situation where everybody has guns than let the criminals have them with no way to defend yourself. I live in a Texas port town called Laredo. It is a nice place,but there is a lot of people who do not abide by the law here. Most of the criminal activity in media is car thefts and drug busts. I have met a fair share of people, and some of it isn't pretty at all. Some of the "bad people" I have met are nice, but they do whatever "BOSS" says or whoever is in charge. A friend of mine was walking in the street at night after returning from a gym whom his house was a couple of blocks away. The guy mugged him with a gun and shot him afterwords. Glad to say my friend lived, but has to go to one of the medical centers to do muscle recuperation.
#63 to #6 - rockstarownage ONLINE
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the way i see it is would you rather a gunman walk into your school and you huddle in the corner waiting for him to walk in and open fire, or would you rather meet him at the door with a barrel in his face.
#16 to #6 - raikun
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i was reading this and i couldn't get past texas.
#5 - fedegon
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Gun control is ********.
In my homeland, guns are forbidden, yet you can find a weapon dealer or whatever-you-call-it easily. In fact, only policemen have pistols; AK-47s are plenty around drug dealers' territories, not just for gangs or **** like that, they even just sell them, not even for an impressive price either.
#19 to #5 - anon
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I bet your economically and politically stable country is a true model on how the developed western world should approach gun control. It can work, but only along with other factors that control crime, there are plenty of other countries where it works just fine.
#4 - caplocker
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My entire ****** world is upside down. FJ comment section supporting gun rights? **** yes.