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Old 04-07-2008, 04:01 PM   #211
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Re: Ted Nugent on Gun Control

Glad to see this thread getting some new love...


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Old 04-07-2008, 05:24 PM   #212
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Clearly you don't get it. The point I was trying to make is you can not defend yourself by carrying a gun. If everyone is packing you have absolutely no advantage whatsoever.

The argument that somehow carrying a gun eliminates or reduces the incentive for someone wanting to off you is absurd. They'll simply go about it smarter.


I like guns, I go to the gun range a few times a year but I really don't think we should play laissez-faire with guns and go back to the wild wild west.
This is totally a side note, but the criminals ARE packing.

Like I said, completely irrelevant, unrelated...
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Old 04-07-2008, 09:33 PM   #213
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The Supreme Court is considering a case that will likely become the leading case on how the Second Amendment is to be interpreted for years to come. Here's an article on the case:

FindLaw's Writ - Dorf: With the Supreme Court Poised to Redefine the Right to Bear Arms, Far-Reaching Questions Loom
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:24 PM   #214
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LOL outnumbered in the streets? Where do you live? Gotham?
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:25 PM   #215
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This is totally a side note, but the criminals ARE packing.

Like I said, completely irrelevant, unrelated...
And your point is?
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Old 04-08-2008, 12:17 AM   #216
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you crack me up. "i'd use the shotty, but those pellets are just so... messy." Would you prefer the .44 and the ginormous bloodstain? Shooting someone is always going to make a friggin' mess.

Hard to beat a sawed off for self defense...
Came REAL close to buying a shotgun at Big5...one of those home defense shotguns. Just didn't feel like spending the $225 or so at that time. Still considering it though.
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Old 04-08-2008, 11:21 AM   #217
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Came REAL close to buying a shotgun at Big5...one of those home defense shotguns. Just didn't feel like spending the $225 or so at that time. Still considering it though.

Go to a gun show and shop the Mossberg's..................you'll feel better!!!
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regardless of how you look at this, it is a political statement. the N.R.A funnels big time money into the republican party to make sure there is no such thing as any kind of gun control. remember a ways back, all the crying when assault rifles were banned? i still cant figure out what the heck any ordinary citizen would use an AK47 for.
Hunting and home protection, well more home protection than hunting. It's a hell of alot more accurate than a pistol.

Edit* On a more serious note, I do prefer rifles for home protection as opposed to pistols. While I might not use an AK-47, I do have an AR-15 which is a M-4 carbine (or a smaller version of the M-16). Excellent size and accuracy for close quarters home protection. Of course if you do not like the size of the 5.56mm round you can always get it modified to a 9mm round.

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Old 04-08-2008, 11:39 AM   #219
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gun control, and gun owners rights, is a lame duck argument. very rarely can anyone get any kind of movement from either side of the debate. too me, its ridiculous to say more guns make the world a safer place. it just doesnt make sense
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Hunting and home protection, well more home protection than hunting. It's a hell of alot more accurate than a pistol.
what do you hunt with it? and are you being serious? im not being an ass, im just not sure if your joking
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what do you hunt with it? and are you being serious? im not being an ass, im just not sure if your joking
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An AK or M4 for home protection? Isn't that a bit over the top?

Why not just go all the way with something like an M60 mounted to your living room window? Or how about a Barrett for your roof top sniping needs?
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An AK or M4 for home protection? Isn't that a bit over the top?

Why not just go all the way with something like an M60 mounted to your living room window?
It is not as big as you think. Pistols fire much larger rounds, 5.56 is equivelant to a 22. Recoil and trigger squeeze (along with other things)can cause you to be very innacurate when firing a pistol. The M-4 has very little kick and a butstock to help stabalize the weapon. A pistol can hold 15 or 16 rounds. A M-4 with legal magazines can hold 20-21 rounds.

A pistol has more stopping power, but I am not trying to stop you. In my home I want to be more accurate than anything else.
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Is the M16 more accurate than the M4?
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With its longer barrel, the M16 is inherently more accurate.
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