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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    ...My point, who cares if you aren't overy thrilled with the law?...
    Apparently, you care very much. This is the 2nd or 3rd post where you have told me you don't care....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones42 View Post
    Apparently, you care very much. This is the 2nd or 3rd post where you have told me you don't care....
    And multiple posts by you stating that even though I followed the "Letter of the Law" that is apparently more stringent than in your state it isn't enough for you. Maybe you should worry about fixing YOUR state since it seems they are far more lax about the law than mine is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones42 View Post

    Interesting technology. Ability to turn anyone into a "sniper".
    Relevance to this topic? Oh yeah, NONE.

    The mass shooting at Sandy Hook was done essentially at point blank ranges. Not precision shooting done from 673 yards away. Further this futuristic sighting sytem was listed at roughy $17K. yeah, I see your average looney toon buying that for a shooting spree.

    Topic...try to stay on it. Diversion is a sign of weakness in a discussion/debate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones42 View Post
    So ex-cons, mentally ill, etc should all be allowed guns....after all, they have rights under the Constitution as well.

    Or do you support some restrictions on that right?

    A restriction on who gets the right is not much different than a restriction on what guns are allowed to be owned.

    So it's really NOT that simple.
    Yes, there should be some restrictions.

    Convicted of a violent felony. No Guns.

    But how do you wish to define mentally ill? The kid who just happens to be a loner or the guy depressed over the breakup with the wife or he just lost his job? To me it seems like a very slippery slope where the guy or gal that could "possibly pose a threat" in some psychologist's, or worse yet, some high school consueler's mind but really isn't, could be defined as "mentally ill" and denied their constitutional right of gun ownership because of a "diagonosis", right or wrong.

    The fact is it is an American's right per our Constitution to own guns without submitting their financial records and life history to be evaluated if they are "stable enough" to own weapons. Sorry, but I just don't buy that and never will.

    Some very baseline restrictions yes, but we are never going to prevent everybody from acquiring weapons and then using them to kill folks. It happens, and always will. Denying a constitutional right en mass just to prevent a few incidents isn't right, and more importantly, isn't constitutional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFireEducator View Post
    Yes, there should be some restrictions.

    Convicted of a violent felony. No Guns.

    But how do you wish to define mentally ill? The kid who just happens to be a loner or the guy depressed over the breakup with the wife or he just lost his job? To me it seems like a very slippery slope where the guy or gal that could "possibly pose a threat" in some psychologist, or worse yet, some high school consueler's mind but really isn't, could be defined their constitutional right of gun ownership because of their perceptions, right or wrong.

    The fact is it is an American's right per our Constitution to own guns without submitting their financial records and life history to be evaluated if they are "stable enough" to own weapons. Sorry, but I just don't buy that and never will.

    Some very baseline restrictions yes, but we are never going to prevent everybody from acquiring weapons and then using them to kill folks. It happens, and always will. Denying a constitutional right en mass just to prevent a few incidents isn't right, and more importantly, isn't constitutional.
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    Interesting article from Pravda. I'm just sharing it, not arguing any point. Please don't shoot the messenger.

    http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/col...ricans_guns-0/

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFireEducator View Post
    I do not own any guns, however, many of my wife's family and many of my friends own multiple weapons including semi-automatic weapons.

    Owning guns is a right garunteed by our Constitution. It's really that simple.

    And that should be the end of the discussion.
    True. The right is guaranteed by the Constitution. However, the Supreme Court has ruled repeatedly the right (like the other Bill of Rights) is not an absolute. An example being that individual ownership of explosives (ie rocket launchers) are not allowed. There have been several laws passed that restrict the types of firearms one is allowed to own legally and they have withstood any legal challenges.

    Once again you prove your stupidity on yet another issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum View Post
    And you have yet to make a point.
    Watch. I'm going to make several. Try to follow along.

    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum View Post
    Zimmerman: Who is to say that he confronted Martin? Maybe he was ambushed at his car when he was trying to leave? You have any proof to the contrary?
    Except he was told to not follow Martin and he did. He stopped and exited his vehicle. So we know that isn't the case. There has been zero proof put forth that Martin was engaged in anything illegal.

    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum View Post
    As far as a knife, you must be Joe Ninja. If defending yourself from a knife attack was so easy, I guess it wouldn't be the number one murder weapon.
    The best defense is to not get stabbed at all. I at least have the opportunity to run away from someone trying to stab me. That reaction may or not work with someone shooting at me. I have to rely on their being a bad shot and hope they run out of bullets before they hit me. With 30 rounds they get to make a lot of mistakes and can still be successful.

    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum View Post
    Very valid comparison: Even more valid by your points; yes I am not able to drive a formula 1 car on the interstate, nor am I allowed to own a machine gun. You said it would be like erasing all DUI laws, my posts have been to enforce the current laws in place, even expanding them to include mental health.
    How would you ensure that firearms owners are mentally competent? Would you require a psych exam prior to purchase like the Israelis? Would you require follow-up exams to continue ownership?

    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum View Post
    As far as bad guys with guns confronting good guys with guns, if that's bad, why is it so successful?
    I never said that was a bad thing. In the Zimmerman/Martin case it has yet to be determined who was the good guy and who was the bad guy. What we do know is that armed person shot an unarmed person and no one has yet to say that arming Martin would have avoided this tragedy.

    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum View Post
    Even you can't be so naive to see that increased gun restrictions or bans are that successful. If that where the case, New York and Chicago would be gun crime free. That's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to crime statistics and gun ownership.
    I've covered this topic numerous times. Research by those cities has shown that a large number of the firearms come from states that have lax gun laws that include the secondary firearms market. Something I believe should be eliminated.

    Quote Originally Posted by SPFDRum View Post
    So I ask, what is your point?
    Show me statistics that prove increased gun restrictions and/or bans have had a corresponding drop in violent crime?
    Show me statistics that in states where they have enacted conceal/carry and even those with castle doctrine have had an increase of carnage and innocent people being killed by legal gun owners.
    Show me a statistic that shows and increase in violent crime in states that have adopted conceal/carry and even castle doctrine.
    I can show you statistics in other nations that allow private possession of firearms that have a far lower incidence of homicide by firearms. I have stated prior to this that surely there is something we can learn from them to address the situation here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    Did you say the words Zimmerman was guilty? No, you didn't say those words directly. But the following post by you leaves no doubt what you believe.
    Which is exactly what happened.


    I agree that Zimmerman overstepped his bounds by going up to Travon. Do we know whether Zimmerman or Martin initiated physical contact? NO, we don't. You assume that Zimmerman physically assaulted Martin, I assume no such thing. It is however just as plausible that Zimmerman did confront Martin and ask him what he was doing in the neighborhood. The big question is did Martin attack Zimmerman, or did Zimmerman initiate a physical confrontation? I don't know the answer to that, and neither do you. WORDS alone are no reason for a physical confrontation from either of them.
    We do know that Zimmerman confronted Martin. We also know there has been zero proof put forth that Martin was doing anything illegal.

    Again all we know for sure is Zimmerman went up to Martin. Do we know for sure what transpired up to the shooting? No we don't. if Zimmerman walked up to Martin and asked him what he was doing in the neighborhood that is not a physical confrontation. You see I will wait and ee what the court has to say instead of convicting Zimmerman before the trial.
    Again. I've never said Zimmerman was guilty of anything. What we do know is that an armed man sought out a confrontation with an unarmed man who we know was not doing anything illegal. Assuming your remarks about Zimmerman are correct, why was Martin under any obligation to respond? That act alone is a confrontation. Again for the umpteenth time. We do know there has been zero proof put forth that Martin was doing anything illegal other than walking down the street with a bag filled with an Arizona fruit drink and Skittles.

    Believe me, I have questioned Zimmerman's actions during this entire tragic event. But I am not prepared to use phrases like "gunned down" to over sensationalize this incident, or to presume anyone guilty.
    Yet that is exactly what happened to Martin.

    Actually, it IS illegal. It's called trespassing and that is against the law. As for the neighbors complaining, perhaps none of them was aware he was there. I can't help but laugh at your idiotic question "Is that illegal" even you have to know how ridiculous that question is...You have no right to be on another person's property without their permission.
    Yet there is nothing that proves Martin was doing anything illegal.

    I can tell you with 100% certainty if someone is next to my house, without my permission the police will be called, I will be armed, and that person will be questioned by me as to why they are on my property. It is MY property and NO ONE has the right to be on my property without my permission. Especially if it is after dark. I live in a VERY rural area and anyone up by my house at that time of night is not there because they are out for a moonlight stroll.
    I can tell you with 100% certainty there has been no proof that Martin was doing anything illegal. Now you are making judgements about Martin's behavior before the facts have been produced at a trial. Something you accuse me of doing with Zimmerman.

    You implied his guilt by the phrase "gunned down." More game playing by you.
    Which is exactly what happened. An unarmed man was shot to death ("gunned down" if you will) by an armed man.

    Nope, you diverted to an unrelated shooting incident that has absolutely nothing to do with your assault weapon, high capacity magaine crusade. Then to top that you played the race card. Pathetic.
    All valid points in the discussion of firearms and their use. I'm surprised you would find those points pathetic.

    Your final admission you have nothing to defend ridiculous premise after ridiculous premise after ridiculous premise....Play the race card. Excellent liberal ploy, when losing divert it into a racial issue. I haven't seen anyone anywhere turn this into a race issue but YOU. Frankly, I would like to see ALL law abiding citizens armed, no matter what their race, sex, religion or creed. To me it is an issue of law abiding citizens protecting themselves and nothing more.
    You continue to miss the point. I cited two instances where unarmed people were "gunned down" by an armed person with two completely different solutions put forth. You continue to miss the point.


    I understand though why you diverted it into a race issue though and from the Sandy Hook tragedy into a the Travon Martin issue. You couldn't support your stance otherwise so you had to divert into another contentious, unresolved issue.
    See above response. Try to read what is written, not what you believe is written.

    It is funny YOU would accuse anyone of twisting anything since you haven't been able to stay on topicor even define what yu actually are talking about since your first post. Now spinning off into a totally unrelated incident and palying the race card make you the master of the twist.

    Pathetic, absolutely pathetic.
    It's even funnier and pathetic how you have claimed I am completely anti-gun because I propose ideas that are not unique and are embraced by many gun owners. It really shows the extremeness of your position that you believe the status quo is adequate and that Americans should just accept the possibility of mass murder as the price of freedom for someone to own and operate a weapon capable of spitting out 30 rounds in less than ten seconds.

    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    The Travon Martin incident AND gun shows have absolutely NOTHING to do with the Sandy Hook incident. By continually diverting off into other areas YOU LOOK like an anti-gunner stretching for more reasons to ban guns. If you are pro-gun please stop because you aren't doing a damn thng to show it.
    They have much in common in that an unarmed person(s) was(were) gunned down by an armed person and the NRA had two completely different reactions to what should be done to counter an armed person shooting someone.
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    I guess the bigger issue here to me is that we should not be looking to regulate any inanimate objects that are currently legal because of singular or even numerous multiple incidents where the objects themselves are not found to be the cause. Given the vast numbers of legally owned firearms and even high capacity magazines, the numbers of injuries or deaths, however tragic they are, are statistically very few. We cannot take kneejerk approaches to solving problems as it generally bites us in the rear.

    There was a reason our forefathers found it necessary to write and codify the 2nd Amendment and while this may be a different time, we need to be cognizant that it was written as a right for a reason. We have shown that we must be granted some latitude from the Constitution to restricts these Rights for cause. Ie: we can and do deny felons the right to keep and bear arms, we can and do limit who can possess a machine gun (yes many of us can if we wish to pay and submit to the scrutiny), while also denying citizens the right to possess RPG's.

    While Newtown, Aurora, Columbine, and others all should force us to exam our laws and system to determine if there's a better way, no singular event should call for the immediate suspension of any right. We can improve firearms laws and we can hold people to the current laws much better, but that requires money as we need to keep more people in prison, longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFDACM02 View Post
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    While Newtown, Aurora, Columbine, and others all should force us to exam our laws and system to determine if there's a better way, no singular event should call for the immediate suspension of any right. We can improve firearms laws and we can hold people to the current laws much better, but that requires money as we need to keep more people in prison, longer.
    Yes, that's what most of us have been discussing. Better ways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    Relevance to this topic? Oh yeah, NONE.

    The mass shooting at Sandy Hook was done essentially at point blank ranges. Not precision shooting done from 673 yards away. Further this futuristic sighting sytem was listed at roughy $17K. yeah, I see your average looney toon buying that for a shooting spree.

    Topic...try to stay on it. Diversion is a sign of weakness in a discussion/debate.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FyredUp View Post
    And multiple posts by you stating that even though I followed the "Letter of the Law" that is apparently more stringent than in your state it isn't enough for you. Maybe you should worry about fixing YOUR state since it seems they are far more lax about the law than mine is.

    Do you know the gun laws of my state?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones42 View Post
    Yes, that's what most of us have been discussing. Better ways.
    I'm pretty certain that holding legal firearms owners responsible for their guns would be a huge start. Yep, I know this would include having to register every firearm with a legal owner, but from that we'd be able to hold someone accountable for their guns when they turn up as being used in a crime. Ensure legal reporting requirements for those guns "missing" within a short period of time and close any untraceable sales, thus ensuring every firearm found in possession is either legally possessed or the person is charged along with the owner. People would have to be far more cognizant of how their firearms were stored, who borrowed them, and who had access to them. If you have more than one instance of a firearm you own being stolen, you lose the right to posses them. The proof this type of system would work is in the statistics regarding legally owned Class III weapons: machine guns, short-barreled firearms, silencers, etc. You don't see these being misused or in crimes... I for one am far more ready to register all my firearm before I give up the right to possess certain types or parts thereof, as I've committed no crimes and don't expect ever lose this right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    True. The right is guaranteed by the Constitution. However, the Supreme Court has ruled repeatedly the right (like the other Bill of Rights) is not an absolute. An example being that individual ownership of explosives (ie rocket launchers) are not allowed. There have been several laws passed that restrict the types of firearms one is allowed to own legally and they have withstood any legal challenges.

    Once again you prove your stupidity on yet another issue.
    We are not talking about rocket launchers, bazookas or machine guns, which are all weapons that were clearly designed for war and/or mass detonation. And obviously they should not be in the hands of civilians.

    However in this case we are clearly talking about semi-automatic weapons, and even some automatic weapons (with a more stringent set of requirements) that are fully applicable for the public domain. The fact is that we as Americans do have the right to own these weapons as per the Constitution.

    Sorry, but it is our right.
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    Before we start registering guns (more than we already do), etc, let's get to the heart of the problem. One report I saw recently indicated that one gun dealer had two guns per day, on average, turn up missing from his inventory. That's over 700 per year...

    I believe it was the same story that said that something like 57% of the weapons used in the commission of crimes in one area could be traced to a single dealer.

    Even taking said story with a grain of salt, that's still rather disgusting.

    Maybe if we concentrated on shutting down that source of supply, then focussed on getting the nut jobs who shouldn't be out on the street back into institutions, we'd make some progress on the problem.

    Unfortunately, the rabid anti-gun nuts aren't really interested in reducing gun crimes. They just want to take your guns away...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones42 View Post
    Do you know the gun laws of my state?
    Nope, but your posts have made it sound like they don't have anything similar to what my state does for dealer sales at a gun show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFireEducator View Post
    We are not talking about rocket launchers, bazookas or machine guns, which are all weapons that were clearly designed for war and/or mass detonation. And obviously they should not be in the hands of civilians.
    The Constitution says one has the right to bear arms. It is not specific about type or capability.

    Quote Originally Posted by LaFireEducator View Post
    However in this case we are clearly talking about semi-automatic weapons, and even some automatic weapons (with a more stringent set of requirements) that are fully applicable for the public domain. The fact is that we as Americans do have the right to own these weapons as per the Constitution.

    Sorry, but it is our right.
    Sadly, you are once again mistaken. The Gun Control Act of 1968 (and several predecessors) places significant restraints on weaponry. ie. Fully auto capability and barrel length are but two of those limits.

    Not surprisingly you continue to make stupid statements that only reveal your ignorance of yet another topic. Which at this point in time is no surprise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scfire86 View Post
    It's even funnier and pathetic how you have claimed I am completely anti-gun because I propose ideas that are not unique and are embraced by many gun owners. It really shows the extremeness of your position that you believe the status quo is adequate and that Americans should just accept the possibility of mass murder as the price of freedom for someone to own and operate a weapon capable of spitting out 30 rounds in less than ten seconds.

    No gun owners I know support magazine capacity bans, registration, or banning of certain currently legal to own firearms.

    Again, inanimate objects do not of their own accord violate any laws EVER. Until you face that fact none of the feel good, knee jerk, punishing law abiding citizens bans you support accomplish anything that you hope for. Punish criminals, fix the mental health care system, and THEN you may see some positive affects...


    They have much in common in that an unarmed person(s) was(were) gunned down by an armed person and the NRA had two completely different reactions to what should be done to counter an armed person shooting someone.

    And again, your use of the term "gunned down" makes you Judge, Jury, and Executioner wth no basis in fact other than what a biased anti-gun media portrays. It may turn out that way and it may go that Zimmerman acted in self defense. I don't know, and truth be known, neither do you.

    The reality is there is absolutely NO similarity at all between the 2 incidents. Well, other than both being used by the anti-gun crowd to call for more laws and more bans.
    Just admit it...The truth will set you free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bones42 View Post
    Thank you Master Poster Moderator. I'll ignore your continuous post for post diatribe with SC as proof of your staying on topic.
    Actually I have stayed on topic. He has tried to divert and I have explained repeatedly why his diversions are irrelevant.

    Nice try. But no points will be awarded.
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