That Word “Responsible”

it’s funny how those who claim to be reasonable/law abiding gun owners resist and reject reasonable laws about guns

Solving problems means having and knowing how to use the tools available

In Canada, guns are considered a tool of various trades, but in America it’s an accessory.

Rafe Arpin's profile photo

+4
Can’t Argue that!
  • Xi Ptah Nehesi's profile photo
    Just another road block for black people to not be able and protect themselves from whitey.
  • Todd Wright's profile photo
    Guns are a right, driving is a privilege….please attempt to understand the difference
  • Tarrick DD Grant's profile photo
    +3
    +Todd Wright so that means they can be regulated the same?
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +8
    it’s funny how those who claim to be reasonable/law abiding gun owners resist and reject reasonable laws about guns
  • Jim Vanvranken's profile photo
    +3
    A WELL REGULATED militia….

 

  • Wilma Jenkins's profile photo
    +3
    A WELL REGULATED MILITIA…
  • Liam Cole's profile photo
    Those car regulations took like a hundred years to get were we are while we’ve had guns since the revolutionary war ?

 

  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    ammosexuality is not regulated
  • Todd Wright's profile photo
  • (deleted blog level wanking, misconstruing vehicle deaths with gun deaths and blaming regulation) …that shit wont float…..
  • Tarrick DD Grant's profile photo
    +Todd Wright Alright. Since cars became more regulated the safety of them has continued to be improved over time. But what has happened to guns? Just curious what saftey features does you personal car has and do you think that it would have those features without regulations to cars?

    I love how you pick one year as an example. How About we look at the progression over time.

    I personally would feel better about some guy with a gun in public if he was insured. I would hate to be an innocence bi-standard to guy untrained guy trying to be a hero.

    And you privilege/ right argument is irrelevant in a discussion about regulation.

  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +1
    Never mind criminals, never mind the suicides n murders, never mind the mass shootings even and let’s not even count the accidental deaths of in family shootings – let’s use the Woman – who was actually a nuclear scientist by profession, who got shot in the head when her toddler pawed at her purse in a shopping mall. This is a person who has really no reason to not have known better – and, at least, it was her own and not a stranger’s family who paid for her overconfidence in her general competence.
     
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Tarrick DD Grant I agree, insurance for those would be good guys with guns – and quite frankly – cyclists if they really want to share the road, shoulder the load.
  • Todd Wright's profile photo
    (deleted blog whining about taxes)
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Todd Wright you do know that the Pony Express only operated for 18 months until the Post Office right? The right to exist is a right, and mobility is a social need. Guns are the problem and more and easy access is not the solution. your cognitive dissonance is horrifying and your “logic” is so skewed; so here’s a clue: if you defend the status quo; you are part of the problem.
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    indeed, militia, not polygamous family bunkers of proud ‘murcians armed against their own best government in the world.
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo
    +Tarrick DD Grant that rather depends on what demographic is in control of said regulation.
  • Todd Wright's profile photo
    The right to protect self is a right
    Nothing in my home is registered nor will it ever be…. I can do my own loads, I can even make my own rounds should those be regulated, if I run out of lead, I can use aluminium, tin, or even melt pennies if in a hard bind
  • Nina Tryggvason's profile photo

 

 

 

 

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