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#67 - So in what circumstance should I treat a hammer and a gun the … 8 hours ago on Dewalt 0
#58 - ****************************** .jpg So you're t…  [+] (2 new replies) 23 hours ago on Dewalt 0
#60 - elsanna (21 hours ago) [-]
>something that has been made for the sole purpose in killing another human being is just as bad as a hammer?

One might be better at doing it than the other, but they are both tools you can kill with (and they are both weapons that can be used as tools). Their original purpose has no relevance, libtards can't get that in their mind. Tons of things we use today were developed by the military, for the military. Their original purpose is irrelevant to what they are used for.

>A weapon is called a weapon for a good reason

Hammers have been used historically as weapons for way longer than guns existed. So have knives. So have rocks, for fuck's sakes.

>I don't understand why you put a gun in the same category as a tool
Because I'm not a retard. Whether something is a tool or a weapon is entirely down to how you use it.

>I don't understand why you put a gun in the same category as a tool, the only time that ever matters is when the tool has been used as a weapon. Thus, putting it in the weapon category. Not vise versa.

So you're just blatantly admitting to be a hypocrite. Tools can be weapons, but weapons can't be tools.
#67 - mtndewisgreat (8 hours ago) [-]
So in what circumstance should I treat a hammer and a gun the same? You're not telling me why I should be locking up my hammers and mounting a rack for my gun on the refrigerator. Tell me, why should I go through the legal process to own a hammer, but not a gun? When does that make sense.
#56 - See, it's still a tool specifically made to kill people. My fr…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/25/2015 on Dewalt 0
User avatar #57 - elsanna (03/25/2015) [-]
The tool's original purpose is completely irrelevant, what matters is how it's ultimately used.

You can smash someone's skull open with a hammer, or kill them with a nailgun to the temple.

Your rifle can be used to hunt for food, or to defend yourself by forcing an opponent to stand down.
User avatar #58 - mtndewisgreat (23 hours ago) [-]
butthat'swrongyoufuckingretard.jpg

So you're telling me a gun, something that has been made for the sole purpose in killing another human being is just as bad as a hammer? No, that's fucking stupid. Yes, a hammer can kill someone. Should I put a lock on my hammer and keep it on the highest shelf only to be taken down when I REALLY need something to pound in nails? No. Should I mount a gun rack on my fridge for easier access to my gun? No.

What point are you trying to make? A weapon is called a weapon for a good reason, and should be treated differently from a tool. I should use much caution when using a nail gun, but do I need to close off an area with caution tape and go through a nail gun safety training? I don't understand why you put a gun in the same category as a tool, the only time that ever matters is when the tool has been used as a weapon. Thus, putting it in the weapon category. Not vise versa.
#60 - elsanna (21 hours ago) [-]
>something that has been made for the sole purpose in killing another human being is just as bad as a hammer?

One might be better at doing it than the other, but they are both tools you can kill with (and they are both weapons that can be used as tools). Their original purpose has no relevance, libtards can't get that in their mind. Tons of things we use today were developed by the military, for the military. Their original purpose is irrelevant to what they are used for.

>A weapon is called a weapon for a good reason

Hammers have been used historically as weapons for way longer than guns existed. So have knives. So have rocks, for fuck's sakes.

>I don't understand why you put a gun in the same category as a tool
Because I'm not a retard. Whether something is a tool or a weapon is entirely down to how you use it.

>I don't understand why you put a gun in the same category as a tool, the only time that ever matters is when the tool has been used as a weapon. Thus, putting it in the weapon category. Not vise versa.

So you're just blatantly admitting to be a hypocrite. Tools can be weapons, but weapons can't be tools.
#67 - mtndewisgreat (8 hours ago) [-]
So in what circumstance should I treat a hammer and a gun the same? You're not telling me why I should be locking up my hammers and mounting a rack for my gun on the refrigerator. Tell me, why should I go through the legal process to own a hammer, but not a gun? When does that make sense.
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