Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by Tiger in NC, Jul 26, 2020.
let's start with enforcing existing laws....
I thought you were an American, this statement is very anti-constitution. I'm disappointed in you.
I think I missed it. What is your definition of an assault type weapon?
Elaborate on how it is anti constitution. So are you for selling assault weapons to anyone without any type of background check?
Because we want one! I actually had more than one before the tragic boating accident. I also know a guy that has 3 very large gun safes and all three are jammed full of them. Probably close to 50 of the damn things.
He had a tragic boating accident as well.
Why would you want to ban the AR-15? You do realize what happens after that right? They will run with that like a spotted ass ape and before you can say "but..." it will be illegal to possess those plastic knives you get with your McDonalds big breakfast. You'll have to cut your hotcakes and sausage with a spoon.
Actually existing laws and the lack of impact they have should should prove new laws are effectively useless.
@Buzz69 you advocate extensive background checks but if you’re trying to weed out psychos how do you access their medical records? They’re private....you know HIPA laws? At the most background checks may limit crimes of rage but I doubt it.
Provide the link where I said I wanted to ban AR-15s.
I obviously didn't think of the medical privacy issues. Thanks for pointing it out. This is a very complex issue and one that probably won't be resolved to everyone's satisfaction. I guess it's business as usual for the near term.
multifaceted issue, but if we still simply enforce current law(s) it would go a long way in solving gun crime
for example, I have 2 ea 12 ga, 1 20 ga, 2 ea. .410, 2 ea. 38 handguns, and a .22 rifle, and have never committed a crime. Why shouldn’t I be able to purchase an AR15?