Discussion in 'On Topic' started by thedude11, Jul 26, 2008.
I Suzanna Hupp
Where are our OC opposed gun owners OT?
Wild wild west analogy is a pretty retarded argument.
Don't you just love the gun owners who are anti-gun?
There is one at my work. He is half retarded at least. "People should not be able to own 15 'assault rifles'"
I agree. Not that its wrong, necessarily. Just retarded.
So wat if nearly every man woman and child in the so-called "Wild" west had a pistol. Was that really a bad thing?
You're retarded too.
I think OT is rubbing off on me.
Hey, fuck you guy.
I'm not your guy ,pal.
Im not your pal, buddy.
Pro OC signing in.
Pro gun signing in.
cause thats SO much worse than 14
I'm all for the right to OC if you want to, but I don't think I would ever do it myself. I'd much rather have it concealed.
exactly! Someone with 15 will do much more damage than someone with 1. lol.
I support it, but think some type of training should be manditory or something
Thats exactly how I feel about gun ownership all together. Training + testing + licenses because it will make me feel good.
I feel better just thinking about it!
Pro open/conceal carry with no permit as long as you can legally own a gun in
Isn't that basically how Vermont does it?
As well as Alaska. I think those are the only two that don't require a permit.
It's been made time and time again by the VPC, Brady Campaign, et al, and it's never happened. Not with concealed carry permits and not with open carry. People are, on average, actually far more responsible under ordinary circumstances than given credit for.
If it became law in TX, I might do it on occasion but don't see myself doing it regularly. I'm also not going to argue against it.
I find it funny that VPC et al. make those arguments: the "Wild" West was, statistically, by murder, assault, burglary, robbery--by crime rate in general, it was safer than anyplace in the US today, IIRC
AZ has open carry. I do it. My wife does it. I've seen other people open carry in walmart and cabela's. Never heard of a problem. It's definitely not a shoot-em-up every day over here.