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i would like to know what show this was for all i have been to you must have a FLL license that is in the same state or the dealer FLL to own full autos now the nut job could have seen a AK and think it is full auto for over seas it is.BTW, and i am for the watch list but not as it is written, and the one i am for, would not pass, so why have it.
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, appeared on MSNBC and CNN, promoting his new TV ad urging that Congress impose so-called "terrorist watchlist" gun control legislation. The ad features an edited portion of the well-known video of a scraggly-looking al Qaeda misfit claiming -- falsely -- that jihadists can buy machine guns at gun shows in the United States, without a background check.
Originally posted by bekod
reply to post by RealAmericanPatriot
say good by to your freedom! Ever seen the UN vehicles on the rails cars? I have and what do you think they are in the US for, new paint jobs?.
Originally posted by MissingRonnieR.
No NWO, Alien Species, Standing Army or Dictator would survive its onslaught; Two Hundred years of freedom of gun ownership will protect us for another two hundred years, If you want to be a part buy a gun. Teach you children to use one safely and pass it on.
30,000 US deaths a year by bullets. The second-leading cause of deaths in America after car crashes.
Accidental, suicide, and homicide deaths by firearm
Total accidental deaths per year (all causes), U.S....96,000
Motor vehicle accidental deaths per year...43,000
Fatal firearms accidents per year...1,100
(The firearms accidents figure is an all-time low, even though the U.S. population is at an all-time high, and gun ownership is at an all-time high.)
Fatal firearms accidents age 0-5...17
Fatal firearms accidents age 5-14...121
Fatal firearms accidents age 15-24...401
Fraction of all Emergency Room visits that involve firearms accidents...0.2%
[Centers for Disease Control, all figures]
Accidents of all kinds (not just firearms) constitute the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, but the other four leading causes combined account for 16 times as many deaths as accidents. Accidents constitute a relatively small but easily prevented cause of death.
Suicides by firearm, per year...18.000
Murders by firearm, per year...14,000
[Centers for Disease Control, both figures]
Researchers have studied the figures on firearms ownership, firearms accidents, suicides, and murders, during the period from 1959 to the present. Purpose: To find out whether accidents, suicides, or murders by firearm increase or decrease as the supply of firearms increases or decreases. Result: The rates of accidents and murders by firearms do not show any relationship to the number of guns owned by civilians. The gun supply has increased and decreased without affecting the accident or murder rates. Suicides by firearms have increased when more guns have been available, but the total suicide rate hasn’t changed; when guns are less available, people find other ways to commit suicide.
"the total number of iatrogenic deaths shown in the following table is 783,936. It is evident that the American medical system is the leading cause of death and injury in the United States."