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#114 - They already are depending on state.  [+] (1 reply) 09/16/2015 on Trump 2016 0
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#115 - theism (09/16/2015) [-]
Then the logical extension of gun control would be to make that the law everywhere.
#11 - While I like Trump there's a few things I'm pretty su…  [+] (12 replies) 09/15/2015 on Trump 2016 +5
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#47 - valintina (09/15/2015) [-]
Eh, Trump's sons (I think he has two) are huge on guns and hunting. So Trump evolved from his AWB position in the early 2000s to being rather Pro-Gun. He even owns a H&K 45 ACP handgun that he loves.
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#21 - jzwangpk (09/15/2015) [-]
What's wrong with gun control? Unless you mean like seriously making it stupid hard to buy guns to the point of pretty much prohibiting them. Otherwise I don't see how more regulation could hurt.

Pretty sure you're right about the other two though.
#69 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
Yea, I think there is a big difference in regulation and banning.

I'm fine with background checks and whatnot (which states like New York and (I believe) Connecticut already have.), but as I'm a firm supporter of individual rights I can't agree with any outright ban on firearms.
#50 - pebar (09/15/2015) [-]
it's entirely based on misinformation and fear
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#65 - jzwangpk (09/15/2015) [-]
So you're against his reasoning then? If so, then I would agree. I support gun control (not prohibition, but regulation - it's my right, but it's also something that can be very dangerous), but gun control based on absolutely ridiculous criteria like 'assault weapons' and 'thirty magazine clip in half a second' shit is top-tier retarded. If you're gonna do something, do it right, don't just use rampant fear-mongering.
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#66 - pebar (09/15/2015) [-]
name one regulation that we america, I assume don't already have that you want
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#84 - theism (09/15/2015) [-]
Private sellers in many areas can bypass essentially all regulations on sales, what people mean when they bring up the 'gunshow loophole'. Unless I'm mistaken.
#98 - anon (09/16/2015) [-]
What would the punishment be for someone who sells his rifle to a neighbor?
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#97 - pebar (09/16/2015) [-]
How could you possibly enforce any law against that?
private transactions are, by definition, private

the government has absolutely no way of knowing when a transfer occurs
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#101 - theism (09/16/2015) [-]
You could register guns the same way we register cars. That way if someone was found with a gun that was not legally transfered to them both that person and the seller could be held accountable.
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#114 - bothemastaofall (09/16/2015) [-]
They already are depending on state.
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#115 - theism (09/16/2015) [-]
Then the logical extension of gun control would be to make that the law everywhere.
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