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Re: USA and gun control Wed Apr 04, 2018 10:28 pm  

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Gun cabinets should not be easily accessible i.e. in the attic/cellar and should be firmly secured to the wall and have good locks on them. Stops you picking up the gun in a moment of anger/panic. Also need a medical cert that you are of sound mind. You also need to get permission to buy the gun first from the police, which should include a valid reason for ownership e.g. pest control/sport. Generally the Police don't take kindly to individuals trying to build up their own arsenal.
Re: USA and gun control Thu Apr 05, 2018 6:04 am  

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ryano wrote:
Yep! One of my ex-neighbours had to have his cabinet inspected by one of the big-wigs in WYP.


Makes sense!

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Re: USA and gun control Thu Apr 05, 2018 9:32 am  
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you are all talking about shot guns

anyway, what has American policy and culture got to do with us Brits?
Re: USA and gun control Thu Apr 05, 2018 10:43 am  

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PCollinson1990 wrote:
you are all talking about shot guns

anyway, what has American policy and culture got to do with us Brits?


lol

We know. You started the topic about shotguns. I think you have got so confused in this thread that you have forgotten what point you were actually trying to make

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Surely it can only be a player from Catalans. Probably the best RL side I have ever witnessed in this season's comp.
Re: USA and gun control Thu Apr 05, 2018 1:40 pm  
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Lebron James wrote:
lol

We know. You started the topic about shotguns. I think you have got so confused in this thread that you have forgotten what point you were actually trying to make

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I'm not confused at all, but thanks for your concern...
Re: USA and gun control Thu Apr 05, 2018 7:51 pm  

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PCollinson1990 wrote:
I'm not confused at all, but thanks for your concern...


No problem at all. I like to look after people who need it

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Re: USA and gun control Fri Apr 06, 2018 12:19 pm  
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Lebron James wrote:
No problem at all. I like to look after people who need it

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Re: USA and gun control Thu May 31, 2018 6:47 pm  

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dr_feelgood wrote:
Gun cabinets should not be easily accessible i.e. in the attic/cellar and should be firmly secured to the wall and have good locks on them. Stops you picking up the gun in a moment of anger/panic. Also need a medical cert that you are of sound mind. You also need to get permission to buy the gun first from the police, which should include a valid reason for ownership e.g. pest control/sport. Generally the Police don't take kindly to individuals trying to build up their own arsenal.


The big thing that solves alot of problems is if you store all your ammo in a different location from the weapons....solves alot of potential problems.
Re: USA and gun control Fri Jun 15, 2018 9:31 am  

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When the founding fathers formed the constitution of the USA (1776 onwards) the most lethal weapons available were a pitchfork and a muzzle loading musket! I don't think the 2nd amendment (right to bear arms) then envisaged a AR15 automatic 30 clip rifle! If you read the 2nd amendment it states you have the right to bear arms in a well regulated militia. The current situation were you can buy a gun/rifle without too much fuss arose during late 20th century when the supreme court ruled in favour of individual rights (virtually anybody could buy one!) rather then collective rights.

Q. How many people in the USA are killed by guns each year, murders or accidentals shooting?
A. Between 30,000 - 33,000!

In any other country this would probably be called a civil war!
Re: USA and gun control Sun Jun 17, 2018 11:04 pm  

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Harlequin wrote:
When the founding fathers formed the constitution of the USA (1776 onwards) the most lethal weapons available were a pitchfork and a muzzle loading musket! I don't think the 2nd amendment (right to bear arms) then envisaged a AR15 automatic 30 clip rifle! If you read the 2nd amendment it states you have the right to bear arms in a well regulated militia. The current situation were you can buy a gun/rifle without too much fuss arose during late 20th century when the supreme court ruled in favour of individual rights (virtually anybody could buy one!) rather then collective rights.

Q. How many people in the USA are killed by guns each year, murders or accidentals shooting?
A. Between 30,000 - 33,000!

In any other country this would probably be called a civil war!

Try to take their guns away...then you will understand what a civil war really is....lots and lots of gun...lots and lots of ammo!
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