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10-26-2012 01:34 AM
JeffreyCH I've got 1 big gun I carry all the time...this is your rifle this is your gun, this is for fighting this is for fun....
10-24-2012 11:54 AM
snowklinger wow. If you are reading this thread for the first time, do yourself a favor and DO NOT READ IT.

OTHERWISE I FUCKING ATODEASO

10-24-2012 11:23 AM
tdn Good one man!
10-24-2012 08:53 AM
ThunderChunky You could always hit yourself in the face with a baseball bat. Or let someone else. Because we know people would line up for miles for that shit.
10-24-2012 12:43 AM
tdn I wish I could go back and forget everything posted by ThunderChuncky.
10-24-2012 12:12 AM
SnowBrdScotty Im all for gun rights and hate cops but carrying that rifle is overboard. maybe in the country or up in the mountain but either than that its too much.
09-26-2012 09:07 PM
CheeseForSteeze
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Originally Posted by ThunderChunky View Post
If you really want me to list every single weapon I own, I can. It is not really relevant to my authority to talk on this topic though. Which is why I don't feel like listing the exact specifics of each gun. Nor does it mean that I don't own any guns if I don't list the serial numbers of each gun I own. Some of the guns I own come and go quickly which is why I don't memorize the serial number on each. Quite a few have gone to my brother and to my father. I have also sold a few because I don't have enough room in my gun case to hold them.
I'm not asking you to list every firearm you own. I'm making a point that every gun owner I've met knows the specifics of every firearm they own, even people I've met that have firearms collections numbering three digits.

That is why saying you have "about" x many guns sounds bogus.

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Practicality is a very important part of lethality, but no when there is an accident. When a firearm accident happens the only thing that matters is the damage that bullet is gonna do. And for something that is going to create a lot of damage and have no benefits as to why the risk of the accident should happen is a good reason to at least consider it's restrictions.
Who cares about accidents? We're talking about criminal use and alleged brandishing supposedly being borne out by open carry laws. This is observably not the case. You haven't come up with one good reason for prohibiting open carry of rifles (which again, people don't do anyhow) and you're trying to tangentially relate that to negligent discharges doing more damage with rifle cartridges.

There is not some sort of parallel reality where people would carry rifles and ADs would constantly happen in public. ADs already do happen with handguns and ADs with rifles aren't any less desirable because handguns cartridges are less lethal.

You obviously think people shouldn't be allowed carry rifles in public on the sheer principle of the matter. Fine, say so and be done with it. But don't try to invent tenuous logic trying to prove there is some sort of material reason for it. This entire rifle accidental discharges are so much worse than handgun is inane.
09-26-2012 03:14 PM
Cr0_Reps_Smit
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What does any of this have to do with people open carrying rifles "bullying" people or whatever imaginary scenario you're trying to get everyone to buy into? Rifles are impractical to carry. People won't carry them. This is evident because it's legal to open carry in many states and the only time people open carry AR15's or whatever is as a statement, not as a matter of practical self-defense. Much less do they carry them so they can bully people around. That would be considered brandishing at the very least.
this %100.
09-26-2012 03:12 PM
ThunderChunky And I also I have inherited a few from my grandfather. And some are custom made and have no serial number.
09-26-2012 03:10 PM
ThunderChunky If you really want me to list every single weapon I own, I can. It is not really relevant to my authority to talk on this topic though. Which is why I don't feel like listing the exact specifics of each gun. Nor does it mean that I don't own any guns if I don't list the serial numbers of each gun I own. Some of the guns I own come and go quickly which is why I don't memorize the serial number on each. Quite a few have gone to my brother and to my father. I have also sold a few because I don't have enough room in my gun case to hold them.

Practicality is a very important part of lethality, but no when there is an accident. When a firearm accident happens the only thing that matters is the damage that bullet is gonna do. And for something that is going to create a lot of damage and have no benefits as to why the risk of the accident should happen is a good reason to at least consider it's restrictions.
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