Make Gun Grabbers Physically Take Guns from Gun Supporters


#1

Those who support gun bans should be forced to physically and personally take away the guns from their neighbors. No relying on the police or other contractors.

How will gun grabbers do if they actually have to grab people’s guns?


#2

The problem lies in having a ‘gun culture’. It is literally a culture of violence. Everyone wants to carry their pistol around so they can fantasize about saving the day or taking down bad guys and pretending to be James Bond.

You don’t need a full (or semi) auto machine gun. You don’t need a 30 round clip.

If you want to hunt, fine. Get a wooden hunting rifle. You don’t need an m16 or AR15.


#3

No @Rick YOU clearly do not need any of those things, and that is fine. It is our right to keep and bear arms. If you choose not to keep and bear arms, that is your choice…but don’t you dare put your life choices on me. Now, as the original posts indicated, tell me what you are going to do to come and take my guns that you believe I do not need. I’d love to see the day.


#4

Never gonna happen. Any time a liberal touches a gun they go into automatic PTSD shock. Look at this fully automatic AK-AR15 Shotgun that fires grenades with spaces for extra missiles.


#5

That bottom one is exactly how I looked at 15 when I pulled the trigger on an S&W 44mag… !!!.. minus the mustache of course.


#6

No liberal is going to come and take your guns. Come to your senses.

Reasonable Options

What we can do is take steps that go into effect, starting now:

  • We could require licenses for gun ownership. To get a license would require proof of safe storage and extensive proficiency and safety training. This period would allow observation and the opportunity to spot the disturbed. Most people can’t hide extreme emotional pathology for long.

  • Require license candidates to take a test for violence. Psychologists can devise tests with questions that don’t suggest correct responses, thwarting those trying to game the system.

  • Ban the sale of semi-auto pistols, allowing only revolvers of six shots or less.

  • Ban the sale of semi-auto and slide-action rifles. Other systems require a short pause to chamber each new round. Short pauses make the shooter far more vulnerable to being overpowered.

  • Ban magazines of over five shots. Changing mags requires time. Anything that makes the would-be perpetrator of a massacre stop shooting, for a time, would make him think about wasting shots and so, not fire as rapidly.

Other Options

Limit Civilian Firearms to Breechloaders.

Perhaps, the fastest loading firearms allowed to civilians should be single shot breech loaders, which could never be used for a massacre by a single, or even a few, individuals because they require substantial manipulation between shots. But single shot breech loaders equipped with modern aiming optics, still make excellent hunting weapons.

The last alternative would be to ban the sale of firearms to civilians.

The second amendment is being deliberately misinterpreted: Gun advocates take last half of the second amendment literally “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed”. And they ignore the first half “A well regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State”. Back then, the militia was comprised of citizen-soldiers, who, when called, reported for duty, with their own weapons. Today, the equivalent is the National Guard / Reserves who are issued weapons only after they report for duty.


#7

#Shall not be Infringed.

@FiredUpDem

Your globalist mantra is nauseating. I bet you and Gersh are on the same page.

"What is it like to fire an AR-15? It’s horrifying, menacing and very very loud.

It felt to me like a bazooka — and sounded like a cannon.

But mostly, I was just terrified.

Squeeze lightly on the trigger and the resulting explosion of firepower is humbling and deafening (even with ear protection).

The recoil bruised my shoulder, which can happen if you don’t know what you’re doing. The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary form of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable."

Gersh Kuntzman
Globalist Propagandist
New York Daily News


#8

I probably would have made the same face if I had shot a 44 Magnum at 15 LOL! I just picked up this SIG 320 subcompact. I don’t think I could handle a 44 Magnum now!


#9

I have an idea. Make the two parties do in their conventions what they advocate for the country.

Republicans have to allow anyone with a permit to carry a gun. Open or concealed, rifle or handgun. This includes people in the front row watching the debate.

Democrats can ban guns at their conventions, but they aren’t allowed to post security at any point of entry or check anyone for a valid ID or tickets. Anyone who wants to may walk in or out, undocumented and unsearched, anytime, and go anywhere within the convention at will.


#10

@FiredUpDem No new gun laws will ever make a dent on the rates of gun homicides. If it is gun deaths that you truly care about you would station the National Guard in all the black ghettos around the country. Problem is you would need do something about National Guard suicide prevention.


#11

Someone should tell this liberal mainstream media jew to button his top button and straighten his tie, so he doesn’t look like a homeless person on top of being the biggest pussy in recorded history.


#12

I’ve fired the 9mm long barrel… clean and nicely weighted. Is that one the .40 or 9mm… think the .40 in a compact would be a good little companion.


#13

:smiling_imp: … sure theyaren’t… they’ll just spend a bunch of taxpayer money to hire a military to do it for them… A standing army only doubles down on the intent of the 2nd amendment…


#14

@Scott @Tyfoon I looked at that SIG but settled on the S&W Bodyguard 380. Just to give a size comparison that’s an old iPhone 4 next to it. That little guy is my daily concealed carry. They even make a wallet case for it.


#15

@nord

“Can You Hear Me Now!”…

Unfortunately :cry: I live in the UK… :cry:


#16

The problem lies in having a ‘swim culture’. It ls literally a culture of drowning. Everyone wants to have a pool in their background so they can fantasize about being Michael Phelps or getting healthy.

You don’t need a deep, Olympic swimming pool. You don’t need a diving board.

If you want to get wet, fine. Get a bath. You don’t need a big pool.


#17

@Rick like this?