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#41 j2sgam

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 01:12 PM

I commend SCP.

As for the poster comparing a gun to his childs birth....well yeah you guys are all mentally stable


I did not compare being a father with owning a gun. I said the feelings were similar that I was part of something bigger. Just because your reading comprehension does not go above a 4th grade level, dont get on me about my mental stability..

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 01:19 PM

It's not my reading comprehension that lacks ...its your writing composition

#43 j2sgam

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 01:41 PM

nevermind...

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 02:05 PM

I would say that the first thing a person ought to get prior to buying a firearm is a passing grade on a mandatory firearm safety course and mental health check plus a prior felon check. I know that a lot of you will find this somehow impinges on your " freedoms" but tuff s hit. Its my opinion. It comes from too many idiots running around my neighborhood shooting stuff up at all hours of the day and night and Ive had bullets whiz by me on two seperate occassions as well as had shotgun pellets rain down near me. People are stupid and some of them shouldnt be allowed access to lethal weapons. Thats why we license drivers in this state and you periodically need to renew that license.

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 02:13 PM

I would say that the first thing a person ought to get prior to buying a firearm is a passing grade on a mandatory firearm safety course and mental health check plus a prior felon check. I know that a lot of you will find this somehow impinges on your " freedoms" but tuff s hit. Its my opinion. It comes from too many idiots running around my neighborhood shooting stuff up at all hours of the day and night and Ive had bullets whiz by me on two seperate occassions as well as had shotgun pellets rain down near me. People are stupid and some of them shouldnt be allowed access to lethal weapons. Thats why we license drivers in this state and you periodically need to renew that license.


Go play in the tinderbox. This thread isn't about that.

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 02:22 PM

I remember eating my first burrito. It was like this transcendental moment where I realized that I was part of something bigger. It made me question faith, reality, and life all in one moment as the cheesey queso dripped down my dimpled chin. Imagine the joy one has when a child is born. Now imagine that child is a burrito and you cover them in pica de gallo and eat them.

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 02:30 PM

Yeah, ride out with that talk TomCat...

SCP, I can understand & respect your decision, people do change their minds. My kids are 3 & 5, and into everything. To say I am worried about it is an understatement. I did not bring the forearm into my house without having a safe, which is now mounted to the wall inside my closet. When my son gets about 7, I plan on teaching him to shoot. More to take away the curiosity, if he knows, is educated on proper use & handling, Im hoping that the ooh factor will be gone. I figure if I take him shooting, then should the day ever come when he has friends over & they are intrigued by them then he will be smart enough to say "No, not ooh, those are guns and we're not touching them". At least that is what I am hoping for...

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 02:50 PM

I would say that the first thing a person ought to get prior to buying a firearm is a passing grade on a mandatory firearm safety course and mental health check plus a prior felon check. I know that a lot of you will find this somehow impinges on your " freedoms" but tuff s hit. Its my opinion. It comes from too many idiots running around my neighborhood shooting stuff up at all hours of the day and night and Ive had bullets whiz by me on two seperate occassions as well as had shotgun pellets rain down near me. People are stupid and some of them shouldnt be allowed access to lethal weapons. Thats why we license drivers in this state and you periodically need to renew that license.


Damn bro you need to move.

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 02:53 PM

Yeah, ride out with that talk TomCat...

SCP, I can understand & respect your decision, people do change their minds. My kids are 3 & 5, and into everything. To say I am worried about it is an understatement. I did not bring the forearm into my house without having a safe, which is now mounted to the wall inside my closet. When my son gets about 7, I plan on teaching him to shoot. More to take away the curiosity, if he knows, is educated on proper use & handling, Im hoping that the ooh factor will be gone. I figure if I take him shooting, then should the day ever come when he has friends over & they are intrigued by them then he will be smart enough to say "No, not ooh, those are guns and we're not touching them". At least that is what I am hoping for...


That's exactly how I planned to do it. I just changed my mind on the whole situation.

Anyway, sorry. My intent was not to derail the thread.

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 02:54 PM

want to talk about burritos?


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