The gift every 5 year old needs....

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  1. chuk

    chuk Well-Known Member

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    Gun controlz!!!!!!111!!!!1!!!!!11!
     
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    You could have stopped at Kentucky
     
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    I got my first .22 around that age.

    My grandfather would take me out shooting. He was a WWII vet and schooled me real fast if I did not respect the gun. Every kid should have that grandfather. I have never looked at guns as play toys.
     
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    My grandfather was exactly the same. My brother and cousins were all educated about firearms at a very early age. Not one person ever got shot. My Grandfather owned a liquor store with a house attached to it. Needless to say there was a loaded gun around every corner.

    You never just hand a kid a gun and say here you go. You keep it away from him until he is educated in the handling of firearms.
     
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    :suicide::gangtrash::guns::snipe::draw:

    did i forget any?
     
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    I think it's time to outlaw Parents!

    :sadbye:
     
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    You need to take a test to drive a car, why not require a test to handle a gun? :dontknow:
     
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    You also need to be 16 to drive a car. You know why? A car is dangerous in the hands of a child.
     
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    stay inside
     
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    If her 2 year old were killed because she left her in a hot car, or didn't have her in a car seat an got in an accident, she'd be charged with negligent homicide, she should be charged in this case as well
     
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    and a gun isn't?
     
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    It is. That is my point...
     
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    There should be an age requirement, proficiency testing, registration and licensing and a requirement to carry a $1,000,000 insurance policy on your gun. If you gun is used in a crime, you should be criminally charged. If someone is harmed by you using a gun, you should lose the right to own them
     
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    I agree mlaw.
     
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    so if someone breaks into my car, steals my gun, for which i have a conceal carry permit, and they use it to kill someone i should be held liable for what exactly? owning a totally legal product?
     
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    Not securing your gun properly. If you think behind a glass window is properly, then would you leave your $5k in cash in your car?
     
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    an irresponsible gun owner whose daughter paid the ultimate price. sad.
     
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    ok, so now i need to buy an armored car to be able to maintain my constitutional rights..thanks, i didnt know this