I am all about gun control...

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  1. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    Actually th Boston Tea Party was orchestrated by disgruntled tea smugglers after the Brits drastically lowered the tea tax (to help East India Co.), making official imported tea cheaper than smuggled tea

  2. Familyguy1

    Familyguy1 Well-Known Member

    Read before you post, please. Where am I calling him a redneck? Redneck is a general term and I am using it as such, the "Rednecks" around here are the kind that I would be afraid of for my safety and my family's safety.

    Stinky: He is not talking about the 1770's, he is talking about now and the Tea party movement, Wiki it.

    Ostrich: This will go nowhere I can see that. I was importing my opinion into this thread.

    Oh and Crude, where are you getting your news from, please say none of the televised news stations....bleh.
  3. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    :confused: Hmm oh... whoopsy my bad... :)

    Sorry i do you not get your news .... woopsy i am sorry i went off topic there my bad...

    And i apologize my stupidty herhehehe lol :)

    But anywayz....

    Guns do have purpose.... for protection...sadly....
  4. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    Wow i did not know what the Tea Party was / is... sorry every1 hehhe :D

    I am a bit of doos sometimes hehehe

    (Doos is Afrikaans / Dutch for "empty box") hehehe
  5. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    Wow... sorry thefamilyguy1... I get carried sometimes sorry dude... i just have had a lot on my mind lately sorry
  6. Familyguy1

    Familyguy1 Well-Known Member

    Hehehe, its not a problem mate. No hard feelings.
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  7. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    Yeah, people are way too harsh on rednecks
  8. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    @ shadowninty: ja lol :) hehehe

    @ thefamilyguy1: hehehe wow...i sound like i jerk sometimes :) ....just i have alot to on the mind... it is hard to let go of things sometimes.... :(
  9. Crude

    Crude Well-Known Member

    None of the televised news stations

  10. Familyguy1

    Familyguy1 Well-Known Member

    Well thats good, me neither!

    The Economist, TIME, Newsweek etc, those are ones I read, oh and the bbc(not TV, online.
  11. Snow_Fox

    Snow_Fox Well-Known Member

    Keep bashing on our right to bear arms that was written however long ago.

    But, we in america with lots of guns find russia's nuclear sub culture scary :rolleyes:
  12. Snow_Fox

    Snow_Fox Well-Known Member

    Well.. being perfectly honest here..

    I get annoyed when people say they "need" an automatic gun..

    I really don't care if they have them or not.. however, when people say its a "necessity" i get a little annoyed...

    I don't care if you want one just to have one.. or want one "incase".. but, lets not say that we "need" automatic weapons to fend off house cats.
  13. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    Okay okay everyone :)

    Lets just talk about something better and have a good time hey?


    We all see through different eyes anyway... no one will truly agree on anything here anway :) So let's just shake hands and make friends :D
    we all Cool right?
  14. OstrichSaK

    OstrichSaK Well-Known Member

    I don't know where anyone said they need a full auto firearm. In fact, the only person I saw saying need an automatic in the same sentence was the person you quoted who was trying to make it all seem silly so of course they're going to speak in absolutes to strengthen their stance on the topic.
  15. Snow_Fox

    Snow_Fox Well-Known Member


    I have heard people push for automatic weapons as a "need" in real life and the person I quoted mentioned it.

    with all that said.. I <3 mah boomstick.

    The .38 special and 22 aren't neglected either.
  16. Rota

    Rota Well-Known Member

    You can buy automatic weapons if you feel like going through a mountain of paperwork and background checks, then once you're finished with all that, be willing to spend tens of thousands of dollars on them.
  17. tommy_ed

    tommy_ed Well-Known Member

    1918 Lee Enfield, 1941 M-1 Garand, Lever Action .22 Mag, P-38 Walthers
    IMAG0056 by tommy_ed, on Flickr

    down the sights of the M-1
    IMAG0057 by tommy_ed, on Flickr

    WASR AK-47, Mossberg 500 12 Gauge, .22 Revolver, Jennings 9mm
    IMAG0059 by tommy_ed, on Flickr

    got a few more but didn't feel like draggin out the whole arsenal :D

    and to those who ask "who needs all those guns?" i ask who needs all those baseball cards? who needs all those cars? The point is we have so many because we collect them. When I'm holding a rifle that 70 years ago kept my grandfather alive... it gives me a good feeling. Maybe you dont, but to each his/her own. A lot of peoples firearms have stories behind them.
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  18. Stinky Stinky

    Stinky Stinky Well-Known Member

    Thank you... this is what i have been trying to say for a long time here. :)

    Next everyone will be asking who needs so many cellphones?.... Who needs so many aeroplanes??

    Next people will say:
    If all you need is what you want then just have water and food? ;)

    lol :D

    Wow interesting guns btw... :)
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  19. Familyguy1

    Familyguy1 Well-Known Member

    @ Tommy: That M1 is damn heavy, I held one at my gpa's VFW post..
  20. DHAndroid

    DHAndroid Well-Known Member

    In most states just need approval by the local chief of police or sheriff who does a background check then another background check by the ATF. Pay a 200.00 tax stamp per suppressor. Fairly easy process.

    Unless you life in Montana who passed the Firearms Freedom Act, build your own suppressor with no background check as long as you are a law abiding citizen which means you can pass a background check to purchase a gun.
  21. bbrosen

    bbrosen Well-Known Member

    Why would you feel threatened by that? At my tea party rally, I and most others had their guns, as most here do everyday anyway. I have mine all day everyday, work, home, shopping, etc...many people are allowed to carry a knife and do so everyday, are you feeling threatened then? law abiding citizens are not the ones to fear. It is the criminals.
  22. DHAndroid

    DHAndroid Well-Known Member

    Like Ted Nugent says at the end of the 2nd video "Its the American Dream"

    Added the 3rd video by Dr. Hubb testifying to the US Senate about the 2nd Amendment

    YouTube - Ted Nugent on Police, Gun Control, & Democrats

    YouTube - Ted Nugent-Kiss My Glock

  23. tommy_ed

    tommy_ed Well-Known Member

    yes it is lol 9.5 pounds, but somehow it holds level pretty steady. Balanced very well. And it packs a mean punch, semi-automatic .30-06 can take down pretty much anything you throw at it :D
  24. ElasticNinja

    ElasticNinja Well-Known Member

    100% agree
    I personally carry a grenade launcher with me at my neo-nazi rallies
  25. savoxis

    savoxis Well-Known Member Developer

    Our right to bear arms is directly correlated to the fact we have never been invaded by foreign armies. Who would want to attack a country where there are enough guns for everyone to go Rambo

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