Discussion in 'On Topic' started by dannybonbon, Feb 21, 2008.
would it be the usa. l
I was thinking maybe India,China or Indonesia.
I don't even know where to begin.
Gun Laws in some parts of this country are failed, "feel good" kinds of legislation which encroach upon the rights of law abiding citizens. But to compare our laws with those three countries is plain ignorant.
Last time I checked, England had the best firearms related laws.
phillippines is the best i believe
china indonesia and india are commie style states that don't allow private gun ownership
doesn't finland or something require every man to be trained and keep a fully auto assault rifle?
thanks! I'd still rather live here.
Yes, there are lots of stupid feel good laws in America, but where else can you carry a concealed handgun? Any other countries have the Castle Doctrine? Any other countries where you can get the large variety of guns we have access to (albeit some with a tax stamp and outrageously high price)?
Iraq? Afghanistan? Seems like anything goes over there. Ak47, no problem, rocket power grenade, no problem
Hmmm... USA seems like the most obvious choice here. Silencers/Suppressors, Autos and CCW. Winrar if I ever saw it...
Plenty of countries with no gun laws to speak of, but I don't know if I'd want to actually live there.
sounds about right to me except id say they have the best lack of gun laws
The Swiss have very good gun laws with specific regards to military weaponry. Sweden apparently is also very good in terms of MGs, SBRs, supressors, etc, but probably shitty with handguns/CCW.
No other country I would rather live in but the US
The countries with the freest gun laws are usually the biggest shitholes. Ironing.
The US is the only country you'd want to live in that lets you ccw, afaik.
swiss are super hard on handguns and ammo if I remember correctly.
Yeah but everyone gets a Sig 550.
with like 5 rounds that they have to have inventoried every month
Where you can trade 3 ak47's for 1 chicken!
From what I understand that something of a myth. You can't shoot your military rounds but buying your own isn't a problem.