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Sunday, April 07, 2013

Gun Rights Media -Check Out The "Gun Nut" Morons Talking to Each Other





 Here's just one quote from the moronic list of quotes below from just one discussion thread on Gun Rights Media web sight -they are a biggy with the Gun Nut crowd and if you have ANY doubts about the mental condition of Gun Nuts just go to their link above and browse through the moronic caliber (heh heh Caliber) of their thought processes.


"I'm also reminded of Mark Twain: “Too much of anything is bad, but too much of good whiskey is barely enough.” I think you could perhaps say the same thing about good guns.

 

  1. as you read these sick children talking about their guns just think about the kind of weak minded irresponsible person is behind the words and why it it so important to take their toys away -and then to neuter them

    if any of this universal background check stuff passes, im not going to buy anymore guns. I believe this sentiment, generalized to millions of people, is one of the hoped-for effects. Guns, if they have a moral dimension, are good. Without guns, the strong can always dominate the weak; the many can always dominate the few; and men can always dominate women. A gun gives each person an agency equivalent to his (or her) moral standing. In my humble opinion, those who teach correct and proper gun use are doing G-d's work. Reply With Quote     
  2. April 5th, 2013, 05:58 AM #3 Selena Senior Member   Join Date08-23-07Posts7,539 Originally Posted by bellyfat how many people here have enough guns?
    i know, you never have enough guns.
    but seriously, i have a wish list too but, i do have enough guns for
    just about any leagle usage i care to engage in.
    actualy sometimes when i get in a shootin mood, i have trouble deciding which gun i wanna shoot.
    my point IS; if any of this universal background check stuff passes, im not going to buy anymore guns. period..
    all of my guns were bought thru dealers a long time ago.
    so i feel confident that those records are long gone.
    and my grandson already has receipts for those guns with
    face to face orders to take posession of them while im still luke warm.
    im sure alot of people have made the same arrangement.
    so the gun industry realy has a big concern about the comming
    new laws.....if they pass All things considered I have enough for the tasks I keep firearms for. I'm more concern about ammunition restrictions that my Dad seems to think is going to be the next step after a ban on semi-automatic weapons. “Fairy tales do not tell children that dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children that dragons can be killed.”

    - G. K. Chesterton Reply With Quote     
  3. April 5th, 2013, 06:01 AM #4 Selena Senior Member   Join Date08-
  1. M1 Carbine
    S&W 4006 (which I will get if the city ever gets around to arming us)

    And maybe an M1928 (like I could afford to feed it)

    Other than that, I'm good There is such a thing as a tesseract. Reply With Quote     
  2. April 5th, 2013, 09:04 AM #6 happygeek Senior Member   Join Date07-12-09LocationWAPosts615 The stuff on my wish list shouldn't be affected by this as they're all C&Rs. Over half of what I own falls into that category and I haven't bought a 'new' gun since 2009. I don't plan on ever selling anything, so I personally shouldn't be all that affected by UBCs.
    The idea is stupid though, and a waste of taxpayer money to boot. Conventional wisdom told me the blood was really flowing in the streets until 1968 when Congress saved us with the GCA. I later went and checked the homicide rate over the years though and it looks like the 1950s & 60s weren't all that bad. It didn't get ugly till the 70s, stayed really bad till 1991, and then started dropping like a rock and has continued dropping to this day. Apparently NICS didn't kick in until Nov 1998, so it didn't cause the drop that started in 1991. Background checks sound nice in sound bites but I can't help but be left with the conclusion that they don't accomplish anything.

  3. April 5th, 2013, 10:04 AM #7 NEOKShooter Senior Member   Join Date03-28-09LocationNortheast OklahomaPosts3,469 There are legal gun activities that I cannot perform with the guns I have. I can't, for instance, play around like Steve McQueen with a Mare's Leg until I get a couple of those. I can't shoot 1500+ yard bullseye until I get a .50 BMG.
  4. Got all I want - Not even close. "That rifle on the wall of the labourer's cottage or working class flat is the symbol of democracy. It is our job to see that it stays there." -- George Orwell1 Reply With Quote     
  5. April 5th, 2013, 12:28 PM #9 LewPO1 Senior Member   Join Date04-17-09LocationNorth IdahoPosts323 My wish list is, I'm happy to say, a moving target.
    To put it another way, "Enough guns? What does that mean?" Reply With Quote     
  6. April 5th, 2013, 09:32 PM #10 sailortoo Senior Member   Join Date08-05-07LocationNW New MexicoPosts561 Treo - recently found a "beater" M-1 Carbine for my wife (short, light, low recoil - rifle, not wife). NOW, all I have to do is find a means of feeding it! At least I could strip and clean, and refinish the wood. Reply With Quote     
  7. Yesterday, 06:10 AM #11 Selena Senior Member   Join Date08-23-07Posts7,539 Originally Posted by sailortoo Treo - recently found a "beater" M-1 Carbine for my wife (short, light, low recoil - rifle, not wife). NOW, all I have to do is find a means of feeding it! At least I could strip and clean, and refinish the wood. Hi Sailor,
    My husband just bought an M1 Carbine clone in .22rf for our daughter. It is not only cute but fun! Donna is hoping someday the grownups will stop using it and actually let her have it. Last edited by Selena; Yesterday at 06:47 AM. “Fairy tales do not tell children that dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children that dragons can be killed.”

    - G. K. Chesterton Reply With Quote     
  8. Yesterday, 06:18 AM #12 pmeisel Senior Member   Join Date12-31-08LocationTeays ValleyPosts5,323 I'm ok with what I have, but I'd like to add:
    1. A good .45 for bullsye and occasional carry
    2. a lever action deer rifle to supplement my single shot
    3. a .22 mag rifle
  9. Yesterday, 10:35 AM #14 Treo Moderator   Join Date11-30-07LocationCo. SpringsPosts6,826 Originally Posted by sailortoo Treo - recently found a "beater" M-1 Carbine for my wife (short, light, low recoil - rifle, not wife). NOW, all I have to do is find a means of feeding it! At least I could strip and clean, and refinish the wood. I've considered an Auto Ordnance M1 if for no other reason than I wouldn’t be competing with everyone else for the ammunition.
    New guns are hard to come by on security guard pay though There is such a thing as a tesseract. Reply With Quote     
  10. Yesterday, 08:17 PM #15 easy Senior Member   Join Date12-06-05Posts207 The answer is how to feed what I have. Not how to get more that will just starve and not get enough lovin'. Some idiots are too busy knowing it all to ever learn anything Reply With Quote     
  11. Yesterday, 09:32 PM #16 Treo Moderator   Join Date11-30-07LocationCo. SpringsPosts6,826 Originally Posted by easy The answer is how to feed what I have. Not how to get more that will just starve and not get enough lovin'.
    That's a key point.

    I think I'm at a point where my money would be better spent on necessary accessories (spare magazines and such) and ammunition for the weapons I currently own. There is such a thing as a tesseract. Reply With Quote     
  12. Today, 04:51 AM #17 pmeisel Senior Member   Join Date12-31-08LocationTeays ValleyPosts5,323 I have been through years when getting to the range was a seldom thing, and I couldn't shoot everything I had.
    Last two trips to the range, we took and shot about half the collection. The guns that don't make the trip -- a toolbox gun, a couple pocket pistols, and the shotguns.

    So now I lust after more! Paul
    People have some respect for the complexity of technology. But almost every ignorant fool thinks he understands money and economics.