Discussion in 'Firearms and Hunting' started by Just A Man, Jan 18, 2023.
I know how to spell Remington and I know that assault is not an object.
Just so you know, Remington only has one m.
So there is that....
what guns do I support banning. You cannot establish that
but I can establish you are supportive of gun bans
you consider semi auto rifles with magazines to be such. Your schtick is pretending that anyone who supports say banning individuals from having nukes or anthrax is no different than your desire to ban private citizens from having AR 15s.
now what guns do you claim I support banning?
That argument is getting old. I'm not sure why it matters anyway. More people are killed by bats and hammers than AR-15s and they aren't designed to kill. Still, the focus is going to keep being on bannng AR-15s because they look scary. Kind of pathetic really. If you want to save lives, ban gangs.
I don’t want to ban anything
There’s the point. Made to kill or can kill? Kill who, a roach? You obviously know there are calibers designed for paper punching or can killing.
The air gun I have is made for varmint killing
And what does any of this have to do with the original statement? The whole point is that his original statement is meaningless.
I can usually tell when someone actually wants information vs those who are trying to derail arguments they don't like or cannot address.
what a firearm was invented for is meaningless to anyone other than the buyer. It is how it is used that is relevant to the discussion. and in the beginning there were no butter knives, paring knives, steak knives and fighting knives. there were knives
I’ll wager that’s why the conversation stops immediately. They had no point when they made the statement and nothing to run with when that’s pointed out.
it’s hard to expect logic from people with arguments based on feelings.
an example is in knives. During the first and second WW, there wasn't a standard infantry combat knife for some units. lots of farm boys who answered the call up brought with them knives we in fly over country call "pig stickers" They made effective combat knives. They were made for farmers but farm boys found they made good weapons. Now is that knife more palatable to our anti gun friends than say the Gerber Mark II which was the most popular privately bought combat knife in Nam and was designed for the military?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't there an entire forum based on gun control? And here someone decided to start a gun control thread in a separate gun forum. Where are the moderators?
At the range.
On an open bolt gun or a closed bolt AR? Functional and safe fully automatic or slam fire uncontrolled mag dump ?
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