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#29 - I see my point is totally lost on you. Good luck with your civ…  [+] (8 new replies) 06/06/2014 on /k/ takes to the streets 0
#33 - gnawfulevil (06/06/2014) [-]
Normally, it's American's who disregard the customs of other countries. Interesting to see someone from Norway act with total disregard to the workings of another countries 'beliefs'. The vehicle serves little purpose for criminal use, damn near everyone has some form of firearm and it wouldn't be difficult to kill someone operating that.

Your point isn't lost on anyone, you believe our weapon restrictions are to loose for civilian use. We get your point and there is a strong push for stronger firearm restrictions in the US but a great deal of people like it this way and very few, if any, can say they died by a stolen Browning in the states.
#36 - bucketofhurt (06/06/2014) [-]
Although I agree with my fellow Norwegian that your civilian weapon restrictions are too relaxed; I'm not blind to the fact that a .50 browning is not the kind of weapon you'd like to use for unlawful acts... It's for instance quite difficult to conceal under your jacket and it is most definitely linked to your name. Small arms are much better for that purpose, both here and there.

What my fellow brother does not understand is that you can still do mass murder with totally legal weapons and break world records..... like what happened on Utoya.
User avatar #30 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
That is because your point might as well be found in a litter box.

It's worked for over 200 motherfucking years, becoming the super power of the world, become the first nuclear power, and we deferentially didn't have the Swedes up our asses or the Danes sniffing out balls the entire damn time.
User avatar #35 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
i could be wrong but in another video where they were showing off a tank owner the m2 on top of the tank was modified to use propane to replicate the sound and muzzle flash the m2 depicted on the back of this jeep looks suspiciously familiar which would mean those bullets are likely fakes used to convey the illusion of a real m2 for a reinactment but like i said i could be wrong
User avatar #40 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
In all seriousness, those propane sim units are a bitch to make.
User avatar #41 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
I don't doubt that for a minute
User avatar #37 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
I've actually had to make those before.
User avatar #39 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
did not know that just saw an argument over what appeared to be a fake gun and chipped in my own two cents. good to hear though stuff like that is really interesting.
#26 - Did you just say that civilians in Nevada are allowed to own f…  [+] (14 new replies) 06/06/2014 on /k/ takes to the streets 0
User avatar #28 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
No one is using them for crime.

You have to be rich to one artillery pieces and trade restriction and federal law prevent the importation and manufacture of nuclear weapons by civilians.

There are people all over the world own Tanks, armored personnel carriers, halftracks, tank destroyers, and self propelled guns with fully operational weapons and they don't commit crimes.
#31 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
The biggest flaw with that I can see with these relaxed regulations is that it is easy for criminals or terrorists to actually acquire heavy weaponry for bad deeds.
User avatar #32 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
They already get them from other counties. Russia, China, along with the black market. Hell, Glock is actually from Autria.
#34 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Umm.. I think bringing anything above .22 into a country without license is strictly forbidden and usually has severe consequences even if buying the same kind of weapon inside the country is easy and cheap. This is partly to avoid more unregistered arms
User avatar #38 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Yes.

Weapons smuggling. Never seen Lord of War?
#29 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I see my point is totally lost on you. Good luck with your civilization.
#33 - gnawfulevil (06/06/2014) [-]
Normally, it's American's who disregard the customs of other countries. Interesting to see someone from Norway act with total disregard to the workings of another countries 'beliefs'. The vehicle serves little purpose for criminal use, damn near everyone has some form of firearm and it wouldn't be difficult to kill someone operating that.

Your point isn't lost on anyone, you believe our weapon restrictions are to loose for civilian use. We get your point and there is a strong push for stronger firearm restrictions in the US but a great deal of people like it this way and very few, if any, can say they died by a stolen Browning in the states.
#36 - bucketofhurt (06/06/2014) [-]
Although I agree with my fellow Norwegian that your civilian weapon restrictions are too relaxed; I'm not blind to the fact that a .50 browning is not the kind of weapon you'd like to use for unlawful acts... It's for instance quite difficult to conceal under your jacket and it is most definitely linked to your name. Small arms are much better for that purpose, both here and there.

What my fellow brother does not understand is that you can still do mass murder with totally legal weapons and break world records..... like what happened on Utoya.
User avatar #30 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
That is because your point might as well be found in a litter box.

It's worked for over 200 motherfucking years, becoming the super power of the world, become the first nuclear power, and we deferentially didn't have the Swedes up our asses or the Danes sniffing out balls the entire damn time.
User avatar #35 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
i could be wrong but in another video where they were showing off a tank owner the m2 on top of the tank was modified to use propane to replicate the sound and muzzle flash the m2 depicted on the back of this jeep looks suspiciously familiar which would mean those bullets are likely fakes used to convey the illusion of a real m2 for a reinactment but like i said i could be wrong
User avatar #40 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
In all seriousness, those propane sim units are a bitch to make.
User avatar #41 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
I don't doubt that for a minute
User avatar #37 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
I've actually had to make those before.
User avatar #39 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
did not know that just saw an argument over what appeared to be a fake gun and chipped in my own two cents. good to hear though stuff like that is really interesting.
#24 - Which is why in Norway, a pistol license is one of the hardest…  [+] (17 new replies) 06/06/2014 on /k/ takes to the streets 0
User avatar #25 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Point in Case: Not in Nevada.

The US is not Norway. He is responsible enough to have followed all the regulations and you are hound the poor bastard for just transporting his weapon. Leave the man alone about his weapons.
#27 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Different countries, different regulations, different people with different ideals. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but nothing anyone here says will change this man's mind about riding about with a Browning strapped to his jeep, legally.
#26 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Did you just say that civilians in Nevada are allowed to own field artillery and tactical nukes, and then go on to argue that you don't need to regulate?
User avatar #28 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
No one is using them for crime.

You have to be rich to one artillery pieces and trade restriction and federal law prevent the importation and manufacture of nuclear weapons by civilians.

There are people all over the world own Tanks, armored personnel carriers, halftracks, tank destroyers, and self propelled guns with fully operational weapons and they don't commit crimes.
#31 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
The biggest flaw with that I can see with these relaxed regulations is that it is easy for criminals or terrorists to actually acquire heavy weaponry for bad deeds.
User avatar #32 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
They already get them from other counties. Russia, China, along with the black market. Hell, Glock is actually from Autria.
#34 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Umm.. I think bringing anything above .22 into a country without license is strictly forbidden and usually has severe consequences even if buying the same kind of weapon inside the country is easy and cheap. This is partly to avoid more unregistered arms
User avatar #38 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Yes.

Weapons smuggling. Never seen Lord of War?
#29 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I see my point is totally lost on you. Good luck with your civilization.
#33 - gnawfulevil (06/06/2014) [-]
Normally, it's American's who disregard the customs of other countries. Interesting to see someone from Norway act with total disregard to the workings of another countries 'beliefs'. The vehicle serves little purpose for criminal use, damn near everyone has some form of firearm and it wouldn't be difficult to kill someone operating that.

Your point isn't lost on anyone, you believe our weapon restrictions are to loose for civilian use. We get your point and there is a strong push for stronger firearm restrictions in the US but a great deal of people like it this way and very few, if any, can say they died by a stolen Browning in the states.
#36 - bucketofhurt (06/06/2014) [-]
Although I agree with my fellow Norwegian that your civilian weapon restrictions are too relaxed; I'm not blind to the fact that a .50 browning is not the kind of weapon you'd like to use for unlawful acts... It's for instance quite difficult to conceal under your jacket and it is most definitely linked to your name. Small arms are much better for that purpose, both here and there.

What my fellow brother does not understand is that you can still do mass murder with totally legal weapons and break world records..... like what happened on Utoya.
User avatar #30 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
That is because your point might as well be found in a litter box.

It's worked for over 200 motherfucking years, becoming the super power of the world, become the first nuclear power, and we deferentially didn't have the Swedes up our asses or the Danes sniffing out balls the entire damn time.
User avatar #35 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
i could be wrong but in another video where they were showing off a tank owner the m2 on top of the tank was modified to use propane to replicate the sound and muzzle flash the m2 depicted on the back of this jeep looks suspiciously familiar which would mean those bullets are likely fakes used to convey the illusion of a real m2 for a reinactment but like i said i could be wrong
User avatar #40 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
In all seriousness, those propane sim units are a bitch to make.
User avatar #41 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
I don't doubt that for a minute
User avatar #37 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
I've actually had to make those before.
User avatar #39 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
did not know that just saw an argument over what appeared to be a fake gun and chipped in my own two cents. good to hear though stuff like that is really interesting.
#21 - I'm sure you'd find it rigorous. I doubt even the most radical…  [+] (19 new replies) 06/06/2014 on /k/ takes to the streets 0
User avatar #22 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Crimes are not committed in the United States with M2HB Browning Machine Guns.

The majority of gun crimes are committed with pistol with a small percenatge going to rifles and automatic weapons.
#24 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Which is why in Norway, a pistol license is one of the hardest things to get.

Point in case: Crimes are not committed with howitzers, tactical nukes and mortars, they are still illegal to own and use for civilians.
User avatar #25 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Point in Case: Not in Nevada.

The US is not Norway. He is responsible enough to have followed all the regulations and you are hound the poor bastard for just transporting his weapon. Leave the man alone about his weapons.
#27 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Different countries, different regulations, different people with different ideals. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but nothing anyone here says will change this man's mind about riding about with a Browning strapped to his jeep, legally.
#26 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Did you just say that civilians in Nevada are allowed to own field artillery and tactical nukes, and then go on to argue that you don't need to regulate?
User avatar #28 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
No one is using them for crime.

You have to be rich to one artillery pieces and trade restriction and federal law prevent the importation and manufacture of nuclear weapons by civilians.

There are people all over the world own Tanks, armored personnel carriers, halftracks, tank destroyers, and self propelled guns with fully operational weapons and they don't commit crimes.
#31 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
The biggest flaw with that I can see with these relaxed regulations is that it is easy for criminals or terrorists to actually acquire heavy weaponry for bad deeds.
User avatar #32 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
They already get them from other counties. Russia, China, along with the black market. Hell, Glock is actually from Autria.
#34 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Umm.. I think bringing anything above .22 into a country without license is strictly forbidden and usually has severe consequences even if buying the same kind of weapon inside the country is easy and cheap. This is partly to avoid more unregistered arms
User avatar #38 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Yes.

Weapons smuggling. Never seen Lord of War?
#29 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I see my point is totally lost on you. Good luck with your civilization.
#33 - gnawfulevil (06/06/2014) [-]
Normally, it's American's who disregard the customs of other countries. Interesting to see someone from Norway act with total disregard to the workings of another countries 'beliefs'. The vehicle serves little purpose for criminal use, damn near everyone has some form of firearm and it wouldn't be difficult to kill someone operating that.

Your point isn't lost on anyone, you believe our weapon restrictions are to loose for civilian use. We get your point and there is a strong push for stronger firearm restrictions in the US but a great deal of people like it this way and very few, if any, can say they died by a stolen Browning in the states.
#36 - bucketofhurt (06/06/2014) [-]
Although I agree with my fellow Norwegian that your civilian weapon restrictions are too relaxed; I'm not blind to the fact that a .50 browning is not the kind of weapon you'd like to use for unlawful acts... It's for instance quite difficult to conceal under your jacket and it is most definitely linked to your name. Small arms are much better for that purpose, both here and there.

What my fellow brother does not understand is that you can still do mass murder with totally legal weapons and break world records..... like what happened on Utoya.
User avatar #30 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
That is because your point might as well be found in a litter box.

It's worked for over 200 motherfucking years, becoming the super power of the world, become the first nuclear power, and we deferentially didn't have the Swedes up our asses or the Danes sniffing out balls the entire damn time.
User avatar #35 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
i could be wrong but in another video where they were showing off a tank owner the m2 on top of the tank was modified to use propane to replicate the sound and muzzle flash the m2 depicted on the back of this jeep looks suspiciously familiar which would mean those bullets are likely fakes used to convey the illusion of a real m2 for a reinactment but like i said i could be wrong
User avatar #40 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
In all seriousness, those propane sim units are a bitch to make.
User avatar #41 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
I don't doubt that for a minute
User avatar #37 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
I've actually had to make those before.
User avatar #39 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
did not know that just saw an argument over what appeared to be a fake gun and chipped in my own two cents. good to hear though stuff like that is really interesting.
#19 - I was implying that there were insufficient regulations.  [+] (21 new replies) 06/06/2014 on /k/ takes to the streets 0
User avatar #20 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Depends on your definition of insufficient.
#21 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I'm sure you'd find it rigorous. I doubt even the most radical left wing anti gun lobbyist wants as much regulation as I want. Fortunately I live in Norway, and such regulation is already in place and enforced.

It doesn't prevent everyone and their mom from packing shotguns and rifles for hunting though.
User avatar #22 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Crimes are not committed in the United States with M2HB Browning Machine Guns.

The majority of gun crimes are committed with pistol with a small percenatge going to rifles and automatic weapons.
#24 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Which is why in Norway, a pistol license is one of the hardest things to get.

Point in case: Crimes are not committed with howitzers, tactical nukes and mortars, they are still illegal to own and use for civilians.
User avatar #25 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Point in Case: Not in Nevada.

The US is not Norway. He is responsible enough to have followed all the regulations and you are hound the poor bastard for just transporting his weapon. Leave the man alone about his weapons.
#27 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Different countries, different regulations, different people with different ideals. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but nothing anyone here says will change this man's mind about riding about with a Browning strapped to his jeep, legally.
#26 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Did you just say that civilians in Nevada are allowed to own field artillery and tactical nukes, and then go on to argue that you don't need to regulate?
User avatar #28 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
No one is using them for crime.

You have to be rich to one artillery pieces and trade restriction and federal law prevent the importation and manufacture of nuclear weapons by civilians.

There are people all over the world own Tanks, armored personnel carriers, halftracks, tank destroyers, and self propelled guns with fully operational weapons and they don't commit crimes.
#31 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
The biggest flaw with that I can see with these relaxed regulations is that it is easy for criminals or terrorists to actually acquire heavy weaponry for bad deeds.
User avatar #32 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
They already get them from other counties. Russia, China, along with the black market. Hell, Glock is actually from Autria.
#34 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Umm.. I think bringing anything above .22 into a country without license is strictly forbidden and usually has severe consequences even if buying the same kind of weapon inside the country is easy and cheap. This is partly to avoid more unregistered arms
User avatar #38 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Yes.

Weapons smuggling. Never seen Lord of War?
#29 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I see my point is totally lost on you. Good luck with your civilization.
#33 - gnawfulevil (06/06/2014) [-]
Normally, it's American's who disregard the customs of other countries. Interesting to see someone from Norway act with total disregard to the workings of another countries 'beliefs'. The vehicle serves little purpose for criminal use, damn near everyone has some form of firearm and it wouldn't be difficult to kill someone operating that.

Your point isn't lost on anyone, you believe our weapon restrictions are to loose for civilian use. We get your point and there is a strong push for stronger firearm restrictions in the US but a great deal of people like it this way and very few, if any, can say they died by a stolen Browning in the states.
#36 - bucketofhurt (06/06/2014) [-]
Although I agree with my fellow Norwegian that your civilian weapon restrictions are too relaxed; I'm not blind to the fact that a .50 browning is not the kind of weapon you'd like to use for unlawful acts... It's for instance quite difficult to conceal under your jacket and it is most definitely linked to your name. Small arms are much better for that purpose, both here and there.

What my fellow brother does not understand is that you can still do mass murder with totally legal weapons and break world records..... like what happened on Utoya.
User avatar #30 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
That is because your point might as well be found in a litter box.

It's worked for over 200 motherfucking years, becoming the super power of the world, become the first nuclear power, and we deferentially didn't have the Swedes up our asses or the Danes sniffing out balls the entire damn time.
User avatar #35 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
i could be wrong but in another video where they were showing off a tank owner the m2 on top of the tank was modified to use propane to replicate the sound and muzzle flash the m2 depicted on the back of this jeep looks suspiciously familiar which would mean those bullets are likely fakes used to convey the illusion of a real m2 for a reinactment but like i said i could be wrong
User avatar #40 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
In all seriousness, those propane sim units are a bitch to make.
User avatar #41 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
I don't doubt that for a minute
User avatar #37 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
I've actually had to make those before.
User avatar #39 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
did not know that just saw an argument over what appeared to be a fake gun and chipped in my own two cents. good to hear though stuff like that is really interesting.
#17 - And half the population has less than 100 IQ. That is why we h…  [+] (23 new replies) 06/06/2014 on /k/ takes to the streets 0
User avatar #18 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
And he followed them. If it is an autmoatic version, he paid the $200 tax stamp on the weapon.

He isn't going on a rampage. He has to had a good job or good saving to get of them motherfucker fucker uppers.
#19 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I was implying that there were insufficient regulations.
User avatar #20 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Depends on your definition of insufficient.
#21 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I'm sure you'd find it rigorous. I doubt even the most radical left wing anti gun lobbyist wants as much regulation as I want. Fortunately I live in Norway, and such regulation is already in place and enforced.

It doesn't prevent everyone and their mom from packing shotguns and rifles for hunting though.
User avatar #22 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Crimes are not committed in the United States with M2HB Browning Machine Guns.

The majority of gun crimes are committed with pistol with a small percenatge going to rifles and automatic weapons.
#24 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Which is why in Norway, a pistol license is one of the hardest things to get.

Point in case: Crimes are not committed with howitzers, tactical nukes and mortars, they are still illegal to own and use for civilians.
User avatar #25 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Point in Case: Not in Nevada.

The US is not Norway. He is responsible enough to have followed all the regulations and you are hound the poor bastard for just transporting his weapon. Leave the man alone about his weapons.
#27 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Different countries, different regulations, different people with different ideals. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but nothing anyone here says will change this man's mind about riding about with a Browning strapped to his jeep, legally.
#26 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Did you just say that civilians in Nevada are allowed to own field artillery and tactical nukes, and then go on to argue that you don't need to regulate?
User avatar #28 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
No one is using them for crime.

You have to be rich to one artillery pieces and trade restriction and federal law prevent the importation and manufacture of nuclear weapons by civilians.

There are people all over the world own Tanks, armored personnel carriers, halftracks, tank destroyers, and self propelled guns with fully operational weapons and they don't commit crimes.
#31 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
The biggest flaw with that I can see with these relaxed regulations is that it is easy for criminals or terrorists to actually acquire heavy weaponry for bad deeds.
User avatar #32 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
They already get them from other counties. Russia, China, along with the black market. Hell, Glock is actually from Autria.
#34 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Umm.. I think bringing anything above .22 into a country without license is strictly forbidden and usually has severe consequences even if buying the same kind of weapon inside the country is easy and cheap. This is partly to avoid more unregistered arms
User avatar #38 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Yes.

Weapons smuggling. Never seen Lord of War?
#29 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I see my point is totally lost on you. Good luck with your civilization.
#33 - gnawfulevil (06/06/2014) [-]
Normally, it's American's who disregard the customs of other countries. Interesting to see someone from Norway act with total disregard to the workings of another countries 'beliefs'. The vehicle serves little purpose for criminal use, damn near everyone has some form of firearm and it wouldn't be difficult to kill someone operating that.

Your point isn't lost on anyone, you believe our weapon restrictions are to loose for civilian use. We get your point and there is a strong push for stronger firearm restrictions in the US but a great deal of people like it this way and very few, if any, can say they died by a stolen Browning in the states.
#36 - bucketofhurt (06/06/2014) [-]
Although I agree with my fellow Norwegian that your civilian weapon restrictions are too relaxed; I'm not blind to the fact that a .50 browning is not the kind of weapon you'd like to use for unlawful acts... It's for instance quite difficult to conceal under your jacket and it is most definitely linked to your name. Small arms are much better for that purpose, both here and there.

What my fellow brother does not understand is that you can still do mass murder with totally legal weapons and break world records..... like what happened on Utoya.
User avatar #30 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
That is because your point might as well be found in a litter box.

It's worked for over 200 motherfucking years, becoming the super power of the world, become the first nuclear power, and we deferentially didn't have the Swedes up our asses or the Danes sniffing out balls the entire damn time.
User avatar #35 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
i could be wrong but in another video where they were showing off a tank owner the m2 on top of the tank was modified to use propane to replicate the sound and muzzle flash the m2 depicted on the back of this jeep looks suspiciously familiar which would mean those bullets are likely fakes used to convey the illusion of a real m2 for a reinactment but like i said i could be wrong
User avatar #40 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
In all seriousness, those propane sim units are a bitch to make.
User avatar #41 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
I don't doubt that for a minute
User avatar #37 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
I've actually had to make those before.
User avatar #39 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
did not know that just saw an argument over what appeared to be a fake gun and chipped in my own two cents. good to hear though stuff like that is really interesting.
#15 - Sure, but it's still a loaded Browning. Those things can do an…  [+] (25 new replies) 06/06/2014 on /k/ takes to the streets 0
User avatar #16 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Responsibly is in the owner, not the gun.
#17 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
And half the population has less than 100 IQ. That is why we have laws and regulations, so that BAD THINGS don't happen.
User avatar #18 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
And he followed them. If it is an autmoatic version, he paid the $200 tax stamp on the weapon.

He isn't going on a rampage. He has to had a good job or good saving to get of them motherfucker fucker uppers.
#19 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I was implying that there were insufficient regulations.
User avatar #20 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Depends on your definition of insufficient.
#21 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I'm sure you'd find it rigorous. I doubt even the most radical left wing anti gun lobbyist wants as much regulation as I want. Fortunately I live in Norway, and such regulation is already in place and enforced.

It doesn't prevent everyone and their mom from packing shotguns and rifles for hunting though.
User avatar #22 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Crimes are not committed in the United States with M2HB Browning Machine Guns.

The majority of gun crimes are committed with pistol with a small percenatge going to rifles and automatic weapons.
#24 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Which is why in Norway, a pistol license is one of the hardest things to get.

Point in case: Crimes are not committed with howitzers, tactical nukes and mortars, they are still illegal to own and use for civilians.
User avatar #25 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Point in Case: Not in Nevada.

The US is not Norway. He is responsible enough to have followed all the regulations and you are hound the poor bastard for just transporting his weapon. Leave the man alone about his weapons.
#27 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Different countries, different regulations, different people with different ideals. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but nothing anyone here says will change this man's mind about riding about with a Browning strapped to his jeep, legally.
#26 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
Did you just say that civilians in Nevada are allowed to own field artillery and tactical nukes, and then go on to argue that you don't need to regulate?
User avatar #28 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
No one is using them for crime.

You have to be rich to one artillery pieces and trade restriction and federal law prevent the importation and manufacture of nuclear weapons by civilians.

There are people all over the world own Tanks, armored personnel carriers, halftracks, tank destroyers, and self propelled guns with fully operational weapons and they don't commit crimes.
#31 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
The biggest flaw with that I can see with these relaxed regulations is that it is easy for criminals or terrorists to actually acquire heavy weaponry for bad deeds.
User avatar #32 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
They already get them from other counties. Russia, China, along with the black market. Hell, Glock is actually from Autria.
#34 - anonymous (06/06/2014) [-]
Umm.. I think bringing anything above .22 into a country without license is strictly forbidden and usually has severe consequences even if buying the same kind of weapon inside the country is easy and cheap. This is partly to avoid more unregistered arms
User avatar #38 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
Yes.

Weapons smuggling. Never seen Lord of War?
#29 - keyoke (06/06/2014) [-]
I see my point is totally lost on you. Good luck with your civilization.
#33 - gnawfulevil (06/06/2014) [-]
Normally, it's American's who disregard the customs of other countries. Interesting to see someone from Norway act with total disregard to the workings of another countries 'beliefs'. The vehicle serves little purpose for criminal use, damn near everyone has some form of firearm and it wouldn't be difficult to kill someone operating that.

Your point isn't lost on anyone, you believe our weapon restrictions are to loose for civilian use. We get your point and there is a strong push for stronger firearm restrictions in the US but a great deal of people like it this way and very few, if any, can say they died by a stolen Browning in the states.
#36 - bucketofhurt (06/06/2014) [-]
Although I agree with my fellow Norwegian that your civilian weapon restrictions are too relaxed; I'm not blind to the fact that a .50 browning is not the kind of weapon you'd like to use for unlawful acts... It's for instance quite difficult to conceal under your jacket and it is most definitely linked to your name. Small arms are much better for that purpose, both here and there.

What my fellow brother does not understand is that you can still do mass murder with totally legal weapons and break world records..... like what happened on Utoya.
User avatar #30 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
That is because your point might as well be found in a litter box.

It's worked for over 200 motherfucking years, becoming the super power of the world, become the first nuclear power, and we deferentially didn't have the Swedes up our asses or the Danes sniffing out balls the entire damn time.
User avatar #35 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
i could be wrong but in another video where they were showing off a tank owner the m2 on top of the tank was modified to use propane to replicate the sound and muzzle flash the m2 depicted on the back of this jeep looks suspiciously familiar which would mean those bullets are likely fakes used to convey the illusion of a real m2 for a reinactment but like i said i could be wrong
User avatar #40 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
In all seriousness, those propane sim units are a bitch to make.
User avatar #41 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
I don't doubt that for a minute
User avatar #37 - ncrr (06/06/2014) [-]
I've actually had to make those before.
User avatar #39 - sirpoopcloud (06/06/2014) [-]
did not know that just saw an argument over what appeared to be a fake gun and chipped in my own two cents. good to hear though stuff like that is really interesting.
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