Originally posted by DrumsRfun
I wish more people had access to guns.
I live in Canada where gun laws suck.The idea that someone is trying to control what I can and can't do really pisses me off.
Just do what everyone I know does. Ignore the gun bans and laws. Buy some weapons and register them and leave them unloaded, de shelled, and locked,
paper them, insure them, and put them away in a high and safe place or locked in an open display cabinent. Don't forget to register where they are
located and put them exactly where you say they are. Then, when they sneak or crash into your home and go straight to them, you'll know they are your
enemy. Or, if a criminal invades your home, and you can get to them in time, do so. Otherwise, neither will see it coming you you pull out the good
stuff that you bought from black markets. They are their, just be careful who you go to, a dealer won't kill a potential repeat customer, so, go to
the worst of the worst, poorest of the poor areas you can find and start making friends. No, you have to be careful for undercover agents, getting out
of this is legally easy, don't make an offer of interest in guns or an offer of money. Make them tell you, that way it was there idea, and is legally
entrapment. Whoever gets it, just tell them of to give you an isolated area you can conveniently drop your money so that, God willing, one who finds
it can get some real use out of it. This is the Common Law finder's keeper's, religious planting of the financial seed theology, and legal donations
to strangers laws all rolled into one legal defense against actual physical transferance laws.
Then, have them tell you where you might go and meditate on your life, and if they do this at the other end as well, by suggesting to them where they
can go and surrender their illegal ware to give it to God that it may find the place that God will's it to be, then, no one has actually legally done
anything illegal, by definition. Simply because whomever finds the gun realizes they can't keep it, and leaves it somewhere themselves, then they are
given a suggestion of where they can go to meditate on their own lives. Then if, lo and behold, you go to meditate and find a gun, or, they go to
meditate and find money, well, what Law has been broken?
What aTrinity it is. One who leaves a wepon and goes off elsewhere and finds money; One who goes off somewhere to leave money and finds a gun (or
whatever) and; One who tells two people where they can go to surrender their worldly goods and where they can go after that to meditate about it. All
three never meeting and only One advising two friends on inner peace. And, if the One with money, should drop some of that money, and the Advising One
should pick it up and offer it back to the one who dropped it only to be told to keep it, or, "notices" it after the One with money who dropped it
leaves and doesn't know that they had such money, much left had dropped. Well, I could play out such analogies all day. But, it takes three. The only
conspiricy is one of Meditation, loss, finding, and maybe donations, donations are taxable, by the way, so report them. Finding money is not.
Possessing an unregistered firearm. Hmmm, I don't mind paying the fine or serving some time for the misdemeanor, it's not a felony, yet. So, no
three strikes to worry about. Unless it violates a parole. But, small risk really.
I'd just hide it, then, take a wire brush to the barrel intensely, melt it in acid and high temperatures to a mass of molten metal actually, if I
ever had to use it. Or, simply turn it over after the fact and pay the fine.
Either way, I'd rather have it and not need it, than, not have it and need it.
As for kids, well, all the kids I know are trained in safety, then, in use, and, don't go near them anyways. Even if they sleep on the mattress or
what not that it's near or under, loaded, or not.
And the fine for illegal possession, small price to pay. I don't seek permission, and, I will not voluntary relenquish, unless, I am certain I can
safely get out of the situation and obtain a new one. Even in prison. If you can get drugs and contraband, I can get guns and bullets.
What's more, stockpile plenty for others to use as well, you never know when you'll wish your associates or neighbors had some if they didn't have
the foresight to do the same. And don't hide them at home. Or work, or anywhere else you routinely go. I mean you can for personal protection where a
legally processed and locked unarm gun will not do. But, on the large, secure them in places none would think to look. Thefts and accidents happen,
but, it's not my fault such measures have to be taken, so, I feel no guilt. Gangs do this and it is a very logical survival habit. That way when they
are searched or arrested they are unarmed. It could take hours to search an area finding them and there's no guarantee they'll all be found. Tactics
like on tv are expensive and aren't justified over petty offenses and daily routines, which is what it would be, since, by the time they leave the
area, it begins to fill back up with them.
The real shame is all the time, money, effort, and creativity that takes place just to hope you never need it, and damn sure don't want to use it,
but, make sure it is there if it is ever needed.
I mean, if a criminal breaks in my house to steal a tv, I'll carry it to their car, they must need it more than I do, it's not worth arguing or
risking anyone being injured over, that's what insurance is for. But, try to injure, or harm, or touch my friends, family, guests, neighbors, or even
someone on the street I don't know, or myself, I'll wound you to slow you down, keep coming, and one of us is getting a funeral in the near future,
and I've not planned mine as of yet.
[edit on 18-2-2009 by PhyberDragon]
[edit on 18-2-2009 by PhyberDragon]