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[Reply] #21
08-29-2014 05:21 AM
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I’ve seen a gun once or twice in my life due to the laws over here.
Happy it’s like that tbh.


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08-29-2014 05:25 AM
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Stygian wrote:

Cid wrote:

Stygian wrote:

Cid wrote:

Stygian wrote: I agree 9 is too young of an age to be introduced to full-auto weapons, generally speaking. Still, the instructor is almost entirely to blame in this particular scenario.



9 is too young to be introduced to deadly weapons at all. The girl’s father/mother/idiot should have started her with a pellet gun if he wanted to teach her about weapons from an early age.



Not really.
My dad taught me and my brother to shoot rifles and handguns before we were 10. Granted they were only .22’s, but our proper respect for firearms got instilled real quick. I’m a fucking dictator when it comes to gun safety now. Lol



Wouldn’t those rifles had been a bit too long for you two to hold properly? I mean, those rifles are like... 2 to 2 and 1/2 feet long, right? How were you able to get the butt to your shoulder and hold the gun correctly? I vaguely remember trying to hold a 22 when I was really young (around 9 or 10) and not being able to reach all the way... >_>



Lol, nah bro, we were able to shoulder it just fine. IIRC, it was just about the perfect length for us even though it wasn’t a youth model.
I think I was about 8 or so, because I believe I was in 2nd grade or just starting 3rd at the time.



Huh... Well, ok then. I still don’t think kids should be holding anything that could actually kill someone. O.o

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08-29-2014 05:27 AM
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Cid wrote:

Stygian wrote:

Cid wrote:

Stygian wrote: I agree 9 is too young of an age to be introduced to full-auto weapons, generally speaking. Still, the instructor is almost entirely to blame in this particular scenario.



9 is too young to be introduced to deadly weapons at all. The girl’s father/mother/idiot should have started her with a pellet gun if he wanted to teach her about weapons from an early age.



Not really.
My dad taught me and my brother to shoot rifles and handguns before we were 10. Granted they were only .22’s, but our proper respect for firearms got instilled real quick. I’m a fucking dictator when it comes to gun safety now. Lol



Wouldn’t those rifles had been a bit too long for you two to hold properly? I mean, those rifles are like... 2 to 2 and 1/2 feet long, right? How were you able to get the butt to your shoulder and hold the gun correctly? I vaguely remember trying to hold a 22 when I was really young (around 9 or 10) and not being able to reach all the way... >_>



Nah you can hold them fine.

Back when my country was a part of Yugoslavia, my parents actually had an elementary school subject where children(6-7 to 13-14) were taught how to dissmantle, clean and reassamble rifles and pistols, they were taught how to shoot, and they were taught of basic safety procedures in case of war.


On Topic:
If that book is sarcastic then the cover is brilliant, if not then...Jesus Christ...


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08-29-2014 05:44 AM
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We have the right to carry a gun.
But if you have one the police might kill you and when it hits the press.

You had a gun. Clearly you were a danger to everyone around you


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Spiral wrote: I’ve seen a gun once or twice in my life due to the laws over here.
Happy it’s like that tbh.



You will never know true happiness... If you ever take a trip to the States you should make it your mission to visit a shooting range where you can rent a rifle.

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08-29-2014 02:04 PM
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Stygian wrote: You will never know true happiness...

Easy there, Rambo.

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Spiral wrote: I’ve seen a gun once or twice in my life due to the laws over here.
Happy it’s like that tbh.



pussy

i see mass quantities of military weapons like every two hours

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08-29-2014 03:11 PM
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“I’m going to read it to my kids tonight." Glenn Beck

“What a beautiful bedtime story..." Stephen Colbert
Of course Steven Colberts quote is taken out of context and so are others in the description.
http://www.alternet.org/video/watch-stephen-colbert-eviscerates-open-carry-gun-nuts-childrens-book
"...we strongly support providing children with information that will protect them from gun violence..." ~ Parents Against Gun Violence
http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2014/08/14/bill-mahers-mocking-my-parents-open-carry-book-spurs-sales/
“While we strongly support providing children with information that will protect them from gun violence, this book crosses the lines from information into the realm of indoctrination. We welcome material that makes children safer from gun violence, but this book isn’t it,” Parents Against Gun Violence said in a statement last week."
It’s so out of context not even Fox news would do it.

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