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#2 - miwauturu
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#31 to #2 - RonaldRegan
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7 dead guys with a revolver.. Achievement Unlocked.

typical anti-gun, doesnt know the first thing about guns themselves.

i bet you use the term 'clips' and call every black gun an assault rifle
#35 to #31 - soisoisoisoisoi
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Lol ******* ****** faggot, can you not see that it is clearly an assault rifle with an 8 round clip being used. ******* brush up on your facts kiddo or prepare to be arse ****** by some mother ****** with an assault rifle with even more in its clip, then we'll see how good guns really are.
#92 to #35 - RonaldRegan
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damn.. the gu is on the same page as i am and he gets 5 thumbs compared to my -6.. goodness.. people are dumb.. lol
#38 to #35 - RonaldRegan
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FAGIT DO YOU EVN LFT?? kiddo i will find you and i will kill you with my 1000 round drum clip on my Bushmaster 223 and mow your ass down my KD is 3.04 ************! RECONIZE. i do tackticool training everyday because im a Navy Seal i know what the **** is going on!
#41 to #38 - Crusader
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How have you gotten .04 kills?
#45 to #41 - RonaldRegan
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goodness... do you even maths...
#46 to #45 - Crusader
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Your KD is 3.04
As you only have one life, I must assume that you have killed 3.04 people.
The 3 people is easy to understand, what about the other .04?
#48 to #46 - RonaldRegan
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kill to death RATIO.. ratio = average
#50 to #48 - Crusader
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Yes
You average 3.04 kills per life
Since you have only one life, that means you have killed just over 3 people, so my question is.
HOW DO YOU GET .04 OF A KILL?
#56 to #50 - RonaldRegan
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goodness god... its a call of duty reference.. but i suppose i killed a midget who was shorter than the average midget...
#90 to #56 - gladiuss [OP]
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OMG, the poor MIDGETS!
#463 to #31 - ventriloquist
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you ******* autist stop trying to legalize ******* your cousin and guns with technicalities on a cartoon
#47 to #31 - miwauturu
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Actually as a future forest ranger I've taken courses in both Shotgun and Rifle usage and general knowledge. I just Ctrl+C>Ctrl+V'd a couple of times for this picture without counting.
#51 to #47 - RonaldRegan
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future forest ranger... what made you seek out that profession?
#59 to #51 - miwauturu
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I've always liked being outside, I like hunting and yes, I have used guns before and am fine with people owning them (although personally what i really want to do is learn to bow hunt).

That said, I don't believe just anyone should be allowed to own just any gun. A revolver like in this comic is fine, but when you're getting into real semi or full auto weapons then they should be heavily restricted at the very least.
#61 to #59 - RonaldRegan
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alright kid. ive noticed that you dont know guns. if youre a true hunter, you wont be against guns in any way, period. bow hunter, mussel loader, anything.. if you knew any law, mr. future forest ranger, that fully auto guns are illegal to the public. and a revolver works in the same action as a simi auto gun. it just takes a bit longer to re-load. i am in fact a wildlife officer and was in the military.. gun control is the dumbest thing ive ever heard.. look at Chicago and DC and England. it doesnt work
#62 to #61 - miwauturu
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I'm Canadian, I don't know **** about American law.
#43 to #31 - xkmarcus
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Collateral, man.
#42 to #31 - Crusader
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Straight through the chest at point blank range can enter a person standing behind the target.
It's physics, the resistance created by the body it not enough to stop a bullet.
#147 to #2 - mrbuu
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the most kids killed by a single event was with dynamite. why do we still have dynamite?
#303 to #147 - waaw
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We do have dynamite control
#166 to #147 - anon
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dynamite requires planning, and won't be used in moments when people snap. A gun on the other hand provides a quick way of killing multiple people with the pull of a trigger. Of course some would use dynamite, but those statistics are really, really low, and if you were to ban that you might aswell ban kitchen knives etcetera.
#322 to #166 - mrbuu
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might as well ban cars. they kill 100x more than guns. excluding wars. infact lets ban cars/motorcycles/planes. so people have to walk. we can solve weight problem and killing with cars.
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#567 to #396 - watermelonkittie ONLINE
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Post that on /b/ and everyone would do that just to prove a point.
#152 to #147 - anon
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But how often are people killed by dynamite?
#151 to #147 - miwauturu
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How often is dynamite sold to the general public?
#153 to #151 - mrbuu
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fireworks. enough m80's put together in one solid tubing would be more dangerous,cheaper, and less likely to get caught.
#155 to #153 - miwauturu
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I am Canadian, so I don't know much about American law, but according to Wikipedia

In 1966, M-80s and cherry bombs were banned by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the Child Protection Act of 1966. Furthermore, they were then made illegal by the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) in the 1970s. In 1975, U.S. federal regulations were passed to limit all consumer-grade fireworks in the United States to a maximum of 50 milligrams flash powder, down from a previous maximum of 200 milligrams (though firecrackers mounted onto a rocket stick, or other aerial firework devices, such as Rockets, Roman Candles, and Cakes, may have up to 130 mg).
#160 to #155 - mrbuu
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m80s where a quater stick of dynamite. so, all we need is 4x more. still i can make a solid stick of dynamite for under 20 bucks with m80's. check out all the bombing in other countries. hell they wish people would just grab a gun.
#372 to #160 - anon
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Just steal a gun, it will be far more easy and realistic.

Besides, I doubt any one in a jelous rage ever went out finding fireworks and put together a bomb before the rage subsided.
#382 to #372 - mrbuu
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stealing a gun? from a guy with a gun? a gun shop? most people don't just get angry one day and shoot up a school. they are crazy people who plan out and guy a gun waiting weeks/months to act even years. The people who get angry and want to hurt somebody stab them or go chris brown vs rihanan on them.
#157 to #155 - evilmagic
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You can still buy them on native american reservations
#19 to #2 - mafkees
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exactly this.
#21 - lamarsmithgot
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you can't unload on a school and kill 20 people with a string.
#114 to #21 - seylorm ONLINE
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oh yeah? Make sure to read the news next week...
#194 to #21 - mexicandudeinsd
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not with that attitude
#415 to #21 - ponieskilledmyacc
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You don't tell me what to do
#96 to #21 - hor
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Challenge accepted.
#225 to #21 - adrianking
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YOU can't.
#149 to #21 - patthebakr
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Oh, really?
#15 - superlazer
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guns shouldn't be fully illegal however, I believe they should make gun laws more strict. I live in Canada and i have my hunting and possession's licence. people shooting up a school rarely ever happens here but how come it's a problem in the U.S.A? Really, that stupid ******* constitution is so outdated and laws should evolve just like the guns themselves. That was signed in 1791 which is over 200 years ago for ****** sake. At the time, everyone had muskets and would take a long time to reload. who could go on a rampage with a ******* musket? this **** happens too often to not consider stricter gun laws.
#18 to #15 - formattedlizard
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what good is making gun laws stricter? weed is illegal and it's everywhere!
#20 to #18 - miwauturu
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It's also really difficult to grow your own guns
#25 to #20 - Onemanretardpack
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Not really, either order a parts kit and machine your own receiver or you can make all the parts with a cnc machine
#215 to #25 - evanking
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Yeah, but who the **** has a cnc machine in their house?
#381 to #215 - Onemanretardpack
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A lot of people actually. They have personal cnc machines
#36 to #18 - Crusader
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Yea, but most people see the idiocy of those laws, so even most cops will let a lot of that stuff slide when they should be arresting people.
As for gun laws.
You don't need full auto rifles, you don't need 30 round clips, you don't need .50 cal rifles.
Why not make it so for each different thing you need a different type of license.
A pistol license, a shotgun/rifle license, a permit to own large clips for certain reasons, such as wild hogs, a permit to own high calibre rifles in case of large wild animals such as bear, etc.
Don't ban them outright, but restrict it so it is harder for people to get them.
#355 to #36 - trolltroller
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I am a complete gun rights activist and own an assortment of firearms, your opinion has got to be one of the best that I have ever heard..
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#399 to #15 - youcame
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"that stupid ******* constitution" ?

Don't make me unload an extended clip of pure, lead filled AMERICAN FREEDOM all over your sorry ass.
#127 - killyojoy
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We have had guns for hundreds of years we don't need to fix guns, we need to fix our mental health.
We have had guns for hundreds of years we don't need to fix guns, we need to fix our mental health.
#146 to #127 - jewsburninindaoven
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Mental health issues have been around as long as humans have been around. We don't need to fix mental health issues.
#184 to #146 - gammajk
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Cancer has been around since humans have been around.
We don't need to fix cancer.
- you
#556 to #184 - jewsburninindaoven
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Wow, I thought the sarcasm was apparent but I guess you're too retarded to see it.
#561 to #556 - gammajk
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Really? Because it sounded like you said something extremely ******* stupid. Care to explain how it was "sarcasm"?
#568 to #561 - jewsburninindaoven
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Original comment, "We have had guns for hundreds of years we don't need to fix guns." My comment, "Mental health issues have been around as long as humans have been around. We don't need to fix mental health issues." I was mocking the original comment. I replaced guns with mental health issues to show the outlandishness of his comment by reversal.
#150 to #146 - killyojoy
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Of course they have, but mental institutions suck, If you go one of two things happen 1) You leave the next day no changes 2) You get pumped full of drugs and revert back to normal once you stop taking them.
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#330 to #127 - anon
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Every other country has as many mental retards as you. But without guns they dont have the deaths.
More importantly, most of your gun related deaths are not Adm Lanza's shooting up schools. They are good people having a bad day or intense argument. Most deaths the victim is known to the killer.
#427 to #127 - iamchicken
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We've had guns for hundreds of years and when the founding fathers made the 2nd amendment the guns they had shot one shot and has a tendency to miss so they didn't count on shootings to be a big problem. Now we have guns that shoot 30 shots and land all of them if the shooter is well enough trained. But yea our mental health for all humanity is slowly dwindling.
#434 to #127 - allahakbar
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Too bad that is not entirely possible. The human mind is deeper than we can ever fully understand, and some people will snap after they already have a weapon. Guns are a more definite approach when dealing with this matter. Neither approach will be entirely successful, but gun control is a much more stable route to go.
#172 to #127 - shazmothree
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But we do need to make sure that guns can't be put into the hands of the mentally unstable
#236 to #172 - Antonkr
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This.
I am really pro-guns, but we do need to revise how well mental health issues.
#242 to #236 - shazmothree
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The thing I get the most butthurt about with all this controversy is the media trying to place blame on violence in movies, TV, and videogames. I grew up killing hookers and stealing cars and i turned out alright.
#245 to #242 - Antonkr
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As much as NRA is really needed to support gun-owners, they are ********* for blaming it on the media. I don't think it has any major impact on children.

I mean I grew up around GTA too, when I learned to fire a gun I learned respect, and it worked.
#333 to #245 - anon
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From a country where we have all the media and all the games etc. I can tell you, your problem is quite simply the guns.

We have the same percentage of retards, we have violence, family fueds etc etc.

What we dont have is the guns to exagerate an already bad situation.
#246 to #245 - shazmothree
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Just a bunch of crazy people being crazy
#76 - ImFrumAija
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"People don't ban baseball bats, wire or knives so why ban guns?"
Well these items and knives have other uses. Trying slicing onions with a gun and then we'll talk about proper comparisons.

People need to understand that a gun was designed to hurt/kill people. People should be screened for mental health and guns should be kept in reach away from children/teens. People just need to be more responsible about where killing machines end up.
#84 to #76 - InfiniteFetus
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Clubs (baseball bats) and knifes are well known and efficient weapons. And guns have other uses beside killing people, such as hunting, sport, and collecting. So it's not a terrible comparison. Where I will agree with you is that people need to be WAY more responsible with ALL weapons, bans and screenings will do nothing to stop someone who is already willing to break the law; the ultimate fixer is to stop people from wanting to break the law and do terrible things in the first place. OpinionJunk.
#433 to #84 - rockamekishiko
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that's not the point, that bat could be a tree branch someone just broke off while going to kill someone. one could use a rock but then we would have to ban every item in the work because if i hit you with a wooden chair in the head, you'll probably die. people don't go on killing sprees with baseball bats.
#543 to #433 - InfiniteFetus
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I realize that. I'm not against gun control; In fact i'm mostly for it, but people shouldn't think it's the only thing between us and another killing spree. The only point I was trying to make was that we pay too much attention to the weapons. I think people get so caught up with banning weapons that they forget to take care of psychopaths thereafter. It's definitely important to disarm a would be killer, but it's far more efficient not to have a killer in the first place. Again, just my opinion. thumb for you.
#110 to #84 - InfiniteFetus
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or I can get thumbed down for wanting to have a conversation with a fellow FunnyJunker...that works too.
#115 - arnoldbusk
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Ban bats in public = Kinda stupid
Bad bats 100% = Take away equipment for age old sport

Ban strings in public = Take away a convenient tool
Ban strings 100% = Take away a convenient tool

Ban knifes in public = pretty sure it already is, atleast where I live
Ban knifes 100% = Take away a convenient tool

Ban guns in public = Not everybody has the power to kill anybody whenever they feel like
Ban guns 100% = Rednecks wont get to kill animals
#259 to #115 - Antonkr
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Ban guns in public = I can no longer defend myself against criminals with knives.
Ban guns 100% = I can no longer defend myself against criminals with knives attacking my home.

Good luck accomplishing any of the above.
#265 to #259 - arnoldbusk
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Seriously, is America that much of a ******* third world country? You literally have to walk around with a ******* gun to stay alive? Wow.
#273 to #265 - Antonkr
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Is your country seriously such a ******* third world country that I have to rely on police (which may be many minutes away) when I am about to be raped or murdered?
I appreciate the privileges and responsibilities of carrying firearms and I am trained for it. This does not only benifit me, it also benifits for the safety of others around me.
#271 to #259 - miaandvinny
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Get a dog.
#275 to #271 - Antonkr
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Yes because I can conceal carry a dog, and rely on one to defend myself against a meth addict. I'll stick to my AR-15, thanks.
#570 to #275 - miaandvinny
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You can put a dog on the leash.
#190 to #115 - newfalcon
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I'm a democrat and I both duck and deer hunt every year. I also enjoy sport shooting.
self protection is a valid use as well( and yes an overused excuse), many people live in areas where it can take over half an hour before police can arrive after they have been called. I also get bears, raccoons and foxes at my house sometimes, and I have pet ducks I don't want to get hurt, Im sure as hell not facing a 500 pound black bear without some "insurance" between me and him.
#342 to #190 - anon
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Then you probably wouldnt mind adhering to gun regulations that most other countries have. If you need your gun so badly ( and it sounds like you do) then you would be willing to work and pay to own it.
The best thing todo is ntoban guns, but make it effort to obtain one. Those people like you will dilligently do the work and show the rest of society regularly that you are taking the proper care.
This would stop many guns being bought and the less guns in circulation, the less deaths.
#117 to #115 - killyojoy
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I'm sorry but guns are pretty much banned in public if I see a guy walking down the street in with a ******* 12 gauge in is hand I'm calling the cops.
#262 to #117 - Antonkr
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Open carry is legal in many places. But I personally dislike it.
#130 to #117 - ickutt
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your such a killyojoy
#145 to #130 - abstract
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halo
#258 to #130 - memberforcontent
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You're*
#223 - soggytomatoe
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Baseball bats- Used for the sport of baseball

Wire- Used for electricity, rope, etc.

Knives- Used for cutting meat

Guns- Used for KILLING PEOPLE

Yeah, OP. I completely understand your logic
#244 to #223 - violenthandjob
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If you can only see killing people as the use of an inanimate object I think we have more to worry about with you
#267 to #223 - anon
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Guns- Fun, Competition, Hunting, Self-defense and if you include "killing people" in the gun category then you have to include it with baseball bats, wire, and knives.
#451 to #223 - JoshBauer
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Guns - Used for sport, hunting, fun with buddies on the weekend.

I'm assuming your idea of fun with some friends hanging out at the local Starbucks, no conversing, just looking at your phones?
#226 to #223 - AnomynousUser
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Guns are also used for competing, fun, and getting your own food by hunting...
#248 to #226 - miaandvinny
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You don't need assault rifles for any of these things.
#254 to #248 - Antonkr
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How do you expect me to hunt hogs without an AR-15?
How do you expect me to control pests without an AR-15?
How do you expect me to do semi-auto competitions without an AR-15?
Also
Assault rifles are banned, what you are referring to is a semi-automatic civilian versions of military rifles.
#457 to #248 - JoshBauer
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You're an idiot.

"Assault rifles" are the medias term for those scary-looking black guns that all of these killers use to shoot people at schools.

Oh wait, those shooters don't even use assault rifles! Many of the school shootings have happened where the shooter used pistols and/or sub-machine guns! You liberals have your argument all kinds of twisted. Form your own argument before you make yourself look stupid by listening to some other left-wing nut.
#294 to #248 - AnomynousUser
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...you think that handgun up in the picture is an assault rifle? O.o

That's putting words in my mouth when you say it like that.
And also, I'd like to see the special needs kids getting more attention before they go crazy and murder people...


I have a friend who has an air rifle and several guns at his house and he uses them weekly so he can practice for the rifle team in our school. Last I checked, he had no intentions on killing anyone...
#249 to #226 - anon
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Can i have a M1 Abrams tank so i can drive around and crush things in the desert? Pwetty pwease? I find it super fun..
#270 to #249 - misledzach
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Who the **** wouldn't want a tank?
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#237 to #227 - sirgawain
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And using other weapons for such things isn't?
#239 to #237 - newant
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I hope people can be more responsible with them to say the least.
It's not meant to be a toy.
#232 to #227 - Antonkr
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Confirmed for never have been at a range.
#234 to #232 - newant
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You're very right.
#238 to #234 - Antonkr
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How do you even know if firing guns is you know actually pretty ******* fun?
Seriously go sometime. You might enjoy it. Put the politics aside.
#240 to #238 - newant
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Like I said a little higher than this comment.
I just hope people can be more responsible with them.
They might be fun for some people, I agree.
I just don't think people should see a toy when they see a gun.
#247 to #240 - Antonkr
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No responsible gun owners views guns as a toy.
Is it would be sort of along the lines of calling your computer a toy. Is it entertaining? Yes, is it a toy? nope.

Seriously tho, you should try going to a range sometime.
#261 to #247 - newant
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No ranges in Canada.
Maybe hunting grounds, but I need an expensive ass license.
#241 to #238 - newant
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I retract my previous statement.
It wasn't thought out.
#373 - facadeon
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< op making fj fight about guns
< op making fj fight about guns
#170 - EpicTie
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correct me if i'm wrong but isn't the gun in this post the only one designed to actually take someones life and not serve any other function?
#176 to #170 - Zarke
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Well, guns are tools primarily designed for killing, though with some creativity you COULD use them for explosive ordinance disposal, door-breaching, and other mudane tasks. Just like a car. Primarily designed for transportation, but you COULD use is for towing, power generation, or drive-in robberies.
#179 to #176 - EpicTie
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I suppose but how are explosive ordinance disposal and door breaching mundane task? Also towing doesn't kill someone nor does power generation.
#192 to #179 - Zarke
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1. Anti-hyperbole

2. Now THOSE are mundane. But vehicular manslaughter, vehicle-assisted suicide, and drive-in robberies aren't.
#195 to #192 - EpicTie
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True but the car still wasn't designed with that in mind.
#199 to #195 - Zarke
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Designed? Maybe not. But boil it down. These are mechanical devices, nothing more. It's up to the end user to decide how to use them. You can be responsible or irresponsible with cars, guns, knives, baseball bats, whatever. It's in everyone's best interests that we teach everyone to treat every device, no matter what it was designed for, with the care and respect that it deserves.
#49 - roliga
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(01/12/2013) [-]
In related news, I passed my firearms class today!
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Congrats.
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