Props to this cop, he was extremely professional and handled this like a champ, I swear the guy deserves a medal for this really.
Siren wrote:yeah the cop handled it great, and same here. I want to hunt when I get older and stuff, own guns but why does anyone need to openly carry it around, it's just stupid. It does nothing but make other people uncomfortable >.<
Duck wrote:How does he expect the officer to know if its semi or fully automatic just based on looking from 5 feet away? If it is fully auto he has to take the guy in. Full and semi auto weren't even terms when the bill of rights was made.
Very thorough, thanks for that. To make it a much easier comparison, how about a semi automatic rifle? I see them on open sale in Gander Mountain, AKs, M4-variants, ARs, all of those "replica" weapons that can fire with astounding accuracy, but are semi automatic. They're not "spray and pray, bullet hale" weapons, but simple "one pull, one shot". Those in themselves are ungodly compared to the guns at the time of the Founding.Artimise Flare wrote:/all this stuff
The same could be said about the war on drugs.Artimise Flare wrote:
No matter what you do, guns will ALWAYS be a factor for the bad guys, look at what prohibition did for alcohol, did it control the problem? Not one bit, in fact, it created a market to be exploited by the criminals and helped establish the mobs in the states.
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