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originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: operation mindcrime
The letter of the law is more important than the spirit in a nation with an estimated more-than 350-million firearms in possession of its citizenry.
If we start (well, continue) picking and choosing when laws apply, that is a recipe for more corruption and a lack of respect for the laws by an increasing number of people.
Oh and dude in the land where you dont need to register them.. aint ever visiting there.
originally posted by: DAVID64
So, in a fit of virtue signalling against "weapons of war", her campaign of "destroy the black scary gun" political grandstanding bit her in the ass. Wonder if they have any more guns and if so, why didn't they destroy all of them?
... and don't forget AR stands for "assault rifle" [ eyeroll ]
Did I miss any of the buzzwords?
originally posted by: face23785
originally posted by: neo96
originally posted by: GBP/JPY
a reply to: neo96yep
those are 299 now in Texas....$299.00 dollars plus tax....crazy gun dealer in Alvaredo ....ft. worth like
I don't live in Texas.
You get what you pay for.
Truth. There's a reason gangbangers are always missing and hitting innocent kids in their house studying. No training and they buy #ty guns with lousy accuracy. Sadly, one of the effects of all the regulation is to make guns more expensive, pricing out the poorest people who need them the most. Crime is more prevalent in poor neighborhoods, and most of those people simply can't afford to own a gun.