TomServo wrote:I remember, in California, after the "Assault Weapon" ban was announced....Sales of "AW's" skyrocketed. Guess nows the time to buy that Saiga 12.
Anyone know how one establishes "residency" in Iowa?
ygmir wrote:gun control........gun control....... bans, "buy backs"......."turn in for fair tickets"..........
over and over, and it does not work.
what is that saying, about trying the same things over and over and expecting a different result?
Roark wrote:When you live in rural Texas, you will find there are two kinds of people. Those with guns, and those with BIG guns. They are nothing more than a tool here. You learn to use them, same as a hammer, starting at a young age.
City Folk amuse us with their "gun control" antics.
True story: Last time I was pulled over by the local cop (singular, we have *one*, only!) she asked me if I was carrying. I told her I was. Her replay was precious: "Good. I always like to know who my back-up is".
Foxfur wrote:I'm an ardent supporter of gun rights and the freedom of gun owners to choose whatever legal weapon they prefer. I am against the "assault weapon" ban and high-cap magazine limit.
That said, I am also a supporter of most, if not all, of the executive orders that President Obama signed. He did not use them to make law. He used them in a manner appropriate with provisions for them in the Constitution.
I feel that the executive orders make sense and are the kind of "common sense gun control" that most gun owners have desired to see for a long time.
They are policy directives that have been sorely needed. They are focused on studying, controlling, and preventing violence without restricting law abiding gun owner's rights.
I am interested to see how they work.
I support gun laws that effectively address problems without interfering with law abiding citizens. Laws like the current requirement for background checks. Laws (where in effect) that suggest or mandate secure storage of firearms. Laws that don't allow weapons in courthouses.
When many gun owners say that they are against gun control they don't mean no laws, just good laws.
Sunbeam56 wrote:So - where's the line?
TomServo wrote:Countries with an armed populace, like Israel and Switzerland, require military service (and feel free to correct me,which }m sure you will. As this is just a vague recollection). I'm not sure that being required to support a regimes foriegn policy is a good thing....however!!, I think in THIS country, with a second amendment, requires mandatory training. A required course on gun safety, may be all that's needed, to bring everyone on the same page. I hate the concept of a "Draft", but I think we would be well served to have knowledge of firearms.
canexplain wrote: My room mate a few years ago had a real AK47
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