posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 03:17 PM
reply to post by thisguyrighthere
The difference is I can choose whom makes my food based on where I purchase, I can choose to drive on roads with idiots or take the bus. However,
saying everyone has a blanket without having to prove their mental state or intelligence level in safe and proper firearm training is scary to me.
Furthermore, everyone needs to prove if they can drive a car, if they can handle a job where food is prepared (in AZ you are required to have a food
Now, lets not get this confused as in I believe the state should decide whom gets a firearm... not what I am saying.
However, my point being is that there are people out there whom in my opinion, should not be able to own a firearm regardless of their background.
There is a minimum amount of training and intelligence in even the basic workings of how each firearm is handled, loaded, firing mechanism, etc. There
is a state of mind that also comes with a being a firearm owner.
If we were arguing something like dog ownership, there would be a lot more people who would agree with me.