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The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State ...



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Comment on The Problem of the Northeast Gun Culture by Fûz

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 00:47:31 +0000

"But the sports the kids are shooting are basically life size video games." are you saying 'tactical'?



Comment on The Problem of the Northeast Gun Culture by Duane Norman

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 19:43:26 +0000

As I am a part of "gun culture 2.0", there's another point no one is mentioning. For rifle shooting (which I especially enjoy), it is often difficult to find a legitimate 100-200 yard range to shoot at. Clubs will require membership to even use their facilities; it is not as easy as just walking up, paying a fee to rent a lane, and firing off some rifle rounds. Gun culture 1.0 would do well to make firearm ranges more accessible to the youth, and encourage more outreach, as opposed to requiring membership just to attend.



Comment on We Have to Get Out From Under These Mass Shootings by Rod

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 19:49:20 +0000

We DID halve the homicide rate since the early 90s. Yet they demand more gun control. https://www.infoplease.com/us/crime/homicide-rate-1950-2014



Comment on We Have to Get Out From Under These Mass Shootings by RAH

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 19:46:24 +0000

I rural areas shooting is more popular ad hunting is a family tradition. Urban areas less so due to land issues Hard to shoot in the back yard One of the best way to get urban children into shooting is to start with school programs Trap and skeet and rifle teams. So have to get rid of the idea that schools and guns do not mix



Comment on We Have to Get Out From Under These Mass Shootings by JC_VA

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 16:05:17 +0000

If we can get support for those violence reduction initiatives that appear to have had substantial success where they've been tried, and make them more widespread, that would take the wind out of the sails of most gun control. Imagine if we could HALVE the homicide rate? They'd look like idiots for pressing gun control. It's in everyones interest to remove the main excuse that fuels their crusade.



Comment on Good News: Having Your Serial Number Rusted Out Doesn’t Constitute a Violation by Patrick Henry, the 2nd

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 18:57:04 +0000

Maybe I'm thinking of the Commonwealth Court? I



Comment on Good News: Having Your Serial Number Rusted Out Doesn’t Constitute a Violation by Rod

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 17:29:11 +0000

Three Democrats were just elected; the new split can't possibly be 7-2. I thought I had heard that it flipped to majority Dem, but I can no longer find that info.






Comment on We Have to Get Out From Under These Mass Shootings by Richard

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 13:17:18 +0000

There are two kinds of public mass killings-terrorists and whackos. The existence of the former is why it is important to get the names out there or we would never know about terrorism. It would just be workplace violence or some such. Take the three most recent. The motive of the Vegas killer remains completely unknown, at least to the public. This lets conspiracy theories grow unchecked. Maybe the guy was just a nut but maybe he wasn't. In NY, it was clearly terrorism. The name was the first clue and the Allahu Akbar was the confirmation. In TX, DV appears to have been involved but that happens without massacring an entire congregation. UK media found a bunch of people who said the guy was not only a loser but a militant atheist. US media is silent about this. So call this one mixed motives. It is worth noting that ISIS claimed the first two but not the third. It stands to reason that ISIS would not be comfortable claiming atheistic terrorism. Going back further Orlando, Ft. Hood, and San Bernardino were clearly terrorism while others were nuts. Criminal mass killings I have excluded because they are generally done in private. It is a policy and political mistake to assume that all these people are whackos.



Comment on The Problem of the Northeast Gun Culture by Richard

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 12:55:59 +0000

This old fart is definitely a 2.0 type. Gun club here went belly up because they were foolish enough to have it on leased land and the owner got intimidated by anti-gun people. The energy in the place was around CAS but they didn't restrict the other stuff. They are talking about a deal for a new range but the fear is that it will be a 1.0 range.