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#10 - What model?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2016 on something came in the mail... +2
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#11 - flnonymousseven (07/18/2016) [-]
British S10
#45 - +1. I've lived in multiple states. IL has the strictest laws o… 06/26/2016 on Sarcasm +1
#16 - Phobia implies an irrational fear. I don't think it's possible…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/23/2016 on You know things are getting... +1
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#38 - yoruwaakeru (06/23/2016) [-]
what about fear of heights? that's not exactly irrational
#14 - It's pretty cliche, but you'll probably end up getting either … 06/21/2016 on USA: Muslim rapes girl /... 0
#9 - I recommend something that is comfortable, accepts good optics…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/21/2016 on USA: Muslim rapes girl /... +1
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#10 - mookiea (06/21/2016) [-]
Will keep in mind, thanks. I have a lot of research and will have to save up some money. I want something that will be reliable and keep me alive when there won't be any gun stores left.
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#14 - olinerocks (06/21/2016) [-]
It's pretty cliche, but you'll probably end up getting either an AK or AR-15 pattern rifle. if it's an AR-15, you should be able to find one for around $800. Dont go nuts and pay over that, once you get higher you're either paying for a name or paying for accurized features which are not meant for harsh environs. if you go AR look at Palmetto State Armory, they have sales all the time. and I would get a red dot/ holographic sight with a magnifyer, and make sure the gun has back up iron sights (buis) for a shtf scenario. You'll end up paying as much if not more for the optics than the rifle, but it is what it is.

If you're anything like me you'll still be doing research, but I thought I could give you a solid starting point since I did the same thing not too long ago.
#25 - The funny part is, the gun used wasn't an AR-15, it was a Sig …  [+] (2 new replies) 06/17/2016 on It Somehow Got More Asinine +5
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#26 - leonhardt (06/17/2016) [-]
Is it weird that technical gun talk gets me slightly chubbed
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#29 - blackberryjack (06/17/2016) [-]
Why would you think that's weird? Doesn't that happen to everybody?
#23 - Modifying it the way you stated will most likely blow up the g…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/17/2016 on It Somehow Got More Asinine +2
#24 - missiongoalie (06/17/2016) [-]
Thanks, I appreciate it. Just going off of the instructors I had and messing around. For a safe and effective weapom, there is a lot that's needed to make it such but at for a shooter who just wants to fuck shit up, probably be the last thing on their mind. But then again, aboit 99.99% of the people who have an AR aren't trying to shoot up places and catching shit for idiots.
#17 - And even then we still dont. 06/16/2016 on And Now For A Truly Asinine... 0
#96 - I had realized I made a mistake when I read the above comment,…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/13/2016 on /pol/ on Orlando +2
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#100 - timmity (06/13/2016) [-]
France and Germany are anecdotes, many countries with strict gun laws, such as Switzerland, have very low crime, murder and shooting rates. Yes, many have guns, but bullets are what are regulated and heavily taxed, you can't have more than a couple, and even those will set you back hundreds. .

The US still has higher gun crime rates. Less murders than some countries that disallow guns, but gun crime is, unlike say kitchen knife crime, easier to control, and if we can, we probably should, just a little.

As for amendments Specifically the first, I think. , it doesn't say you get to own the latest mininuke cannon 4000 with G spot vibrator.

And finally going back to the first line of this comment, about terminology. I could say that "Those damn turban wearers rape 50% more often than us chalk skin folk." Just an example off the top of my head, not to be taken seriously and purely there because I was just passing an anti-islam comp... for the 5th time today. They're getting out of hand. , and yeah, my terminology would be horrible, my tone inappropriate, but my statistic and opinion valid? Certainly.
#124 - anon (06/13/2016) [-]
You're also forgetting the part where Germany and France have a muslim population approaching 10% of their respective national population, and the fact that Switzerland is neither an EU country, nor "diverse" or "multicultural". It has very little crime because:

1) The Swiss are vastly more homogenous than the French or Germans
2) Crime rate is consequently very low, to the point most of the problems Swiss police have to deal with is DUIs

Additionally, aren't the last few words of the 2nd Amendment "shall not be infringed"? Here in Europe, many of us envy the fact your right to self-defense and gun ownership is constitutionally protected.
#125 - anon (06/13/2016) [-]
Same poster as #124, forgot to add:

3) They have functional borders. But see what I said about not being an EU country.
#88 - Comment deleted  [+] (5 new replies) 06/13/2016 on /pol/ on Orlando 0
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#91 - timmity (06/13/2016) [-]
They weren't talking directly about types of guns, but rather used incorrect terminology for stronger and weaker firearms. To say this makes his argument less valid is a fallacy.
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#96 - olinerocks (06/13/2016) [-]
I had realized I made a mistake when I read the above comment, hence the deletion. I read it as "Just because he doesnt know much about something" and missed the "as much as you"

But still, in order for an opinion or argument to be taken seriously, you need to understand the subject enough that you don't make basic terminology mistakes. As to the stronger/weaker statement, a hunting rifle, lets say .308, is way more powerful than the ones used in the shooting (assuming 5.56/.223 based on the most popular AR caliber). Just because a gun looks scary does not mean that it is more dangerous. On top of that, how are you going to regulate what gets used for what without instituting an australia style registration/buyback program followed by a strict licensing program? That would never happen a: because in the US it is a constitutionally protected right, just as the first amendment is for free speech ( do I need a license for that now too?) and b:good luck getting everyone to turn their guns in to the goverment, they already tried that in NY with "assault rifles" and had an estimated 10% compliance with no way to enforce it unless the owner tells the police he/she has one. You would also get uprisings for violating a right of the people which is kind of the point of that amendment in the first place.

The gun laws are fine as they are now, the government just needs to enforce them instead of regulating them out of the hands of law abiding citizens. Look how good that worked in France and Germany, which both have extremely strict gun laws, yet terrorists were able to get full-auto weapons, which as a side note are EXTREMELY regulated in the US and cost about 40-50k, way more than the average joe can afford.
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#100 - timmity (06/13/2016) [-]
France and Germany are anecdotes, many countries with strict gun laws, such as Switzerland, have very low crime, murder and shooting rates. Yes, many have guns, but bullets are what are regulated and heavily taxed, you can't have more than a couple, and even those will set you back hundreds. .

The US still has higher gun crime rates. Less murders than some countries that disallow guns, but gun crime is, unlike say kitchen knife crime, easier to control, and if we can, we probably should, just a little.

As for amendments Specifically the first, I think. , it doesn't say you get to own the latest mininuke cannon 4000 with G spot vibrator.

And finally going back to the first line of this comment, about terminology. I could say that "Those damn turban wearers rape 50% more often than us chalk skin folk." Just an example off the top of my head, not to be taken seriously and purely there because I was just passing an anti-islam comp... for the 5th time today. They're getting out of hand. , and yeah, my terminology would be horrible, my tone inappropriate, but my statistic and opinion valid? Certainly.
#124 - anon (06/13/2016) [-]
You're also forgetting the part where Germany and France have a muslim population approaching 10% of their respective national population, and the fact that Switzerland is neither an EU country, nor "diverse" or "multicultural". It has very little crime because:

1) The Swiss are vastly more homogenous than the French or Germans
2) Crime rate is consequently very low, to the point most of the problems Swiss police have to deal with is DUIs

Additionally, aren't the last few words of the 2nd Amendment "shall not be infringed"? Here in Europe, many of us envy the fact your right to self-defense and gun ownership is constitutionally protected.
#125 - anon (06/13/2016) [-]
Same poster as #124, forgot to add:

3) They have functional borders. But see what I said about not being an EU country.