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A child isn't capable of responsible usage? They all were able to start at 4 years old. My son, he's been shooting for 12 years now, and my daughters have been doing it off and on for 8 years. My kids know the most important thing possible, SAFETY first. So, I'm going to disagree with ya on this. A child is fully capable of responsible usage when it's taught to them.
I think you're misjudging the concept here. Unless, of course, you mean that it wouldn't be right to just give a 4 year old a gun, some bullets, and tell 'em to go have a blast.
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Afghanistan insurgency sucked pretty hard. Can you even begin to imagine what it would be like here?
Criminals would be the winners lol. They have all the same stuff as the military lol.
lol...realistically that would never happen because the military and their families are the the american people........but if it ever did the people wouldn't stand a chance against the military's powerful arsenal of weapons. It wouldn't even be close.They would be defeated psychologically before anything else. You can't defend yourself against overwhelming military firepower.
Please, do some research. I know the site is pro-gun (obviously) but just read this over:
Do your own studying, but this serves as good introductory lesson for laymen.
It is far, far from being that simple. All of that ordinance means nothing if it does not have a relatively risk free target to demolish. For the same reason the US military didn't just carpet bomb entire regions into dust in Afghanistan they would refrain from performing similar action, at least at first, in the United States.
Insurgency thrives off of (real or perceived) injustice and 'evil' actions. Causes anger. To say nothing about the immediate impact it would have on the ability to wage any kind of war effectively when you start turning major cities and population centers into ash and cinder.
Apart from swelling rebel ranks, this would also serve to further cripple the presumably tumultuous economy.
This is why it is imperative to perform pinpoint strikes and avoid collateral damage.
Last edited by Vulgotha; 05-03-2013 at 23:33.
You know what, I think I do get it. Look at Syria. It seems like the population didn't have many weapons so now they have to rely on other countries and organizations to provide them with it. I think it is important to have guns in any case. Even if you don't stand a chance.
But still I'm not scare if the govt. takes away my weapons that I don't have. heh
Primarily because I trust the govt. enough that they aren't going to do something like that.
I think Black Wolf is trolling.
Anyways, what do you guys think of (3D) printed weapons? It's already happening. Implications of the technology on how gun laws and such are handled?
3D Printed weaponry will undoubtedly inspire paranoid terror to the soccer moms controlling our national political narrative. I applaud the idea, but I wouldn't 3D print a weapon, not for a long time.
The technology just isn't there to make anything sturdy or highly usable.
As it is, an individual can fabricate a weapon if they want too. The laws kick in when it comes to distribution.
I made this for Facebook to celebrate my 2nd amendment rights. I use it as a cover photo for my account. Whaddya think?
Last edited by Vulgotha; 05-07-2013 at 01:00.
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While the idea is cool, there is no way in hell I'd use a 3d printed gun over a real metal gun. lol
Possibly for that fact that it looks stupid, you just can't beat the look of a 9mm.
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