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Old 12-27-2012, 12:48 AM   #316
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This is just too funny. On Meet The Depressed Sunday the guy held up a 30 round clip which is illegal in DC and he is underinvestigation.

Police investigate NBC News anchor for displaying gun clip on air - US news | NBC News
Thats the kind of thing that makes me embarrassed to be from this planet!!
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Old 12-27-2012, 04:35 AM   #317
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STFU and make a sammich, you uninformed bitch!
Again the ignorant gun culture in this country showing it's true colors.
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Newspaper Publishes Gun Owners’ Names and Addresses - ABC News

In a statement to ABC News, The Journal News said its readers “are understandably interested to know about guns in their neighborhoods,” because of the conversation about gun control on its website after the shooting in Newtown, Conn., last week.
“We obtained the names and addresses of Westchester and Rockland residents who are licensed to own handguns through routine Freedom of Information law requests. We also requested information on the number and types of guns owned by permit holders, but officials in the county clerks offices in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties maintained that those specifics were not public record,” the statement read.
“New York’s top public-records expert, Robert Freeman, disagrees,” it added.
The paper declined to answer further questions about the map.



I would be beneficial for Gun owners to help rather then fight against new gun laws.
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Newspaper Publishes Gun Owners’ Names and Addresses - ABC News

In a statement to ABC News, The Journal News said its readers “are understandably interested to know about guns in their neighborhoods,” because of the conversation about gun control on its website after the shooting in Newtown, Conn., last week.
“We obtained the names and addresses of Westchester and Rockland residents who are licensed to own handguns through routine Freedom of Information law requests. We also requested information on the number and types of guns owned by permit holders, but officials in the county clerks offices in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties maintained that those specifics were not public record,” the statement read.
“New York’s top public-records expert, Robert Freeman, disagrees,” it added.
The paper declined to answer further questions about the map.



I would be beneficial for Gun owners to help rather then fight against new gun laws.
How is what the newspaper did "beneficial" in any way, shape, or form? Would it be equally "helpful" to post a list of homeowners that own no weapon of any kind?

This kind of stupidity on the newspaper's part, is exactly why people shouldn't rely on anti-gun people for any kind of solution to gun violence. What is the paper trying to accomplish here?
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Again the ignorant gun culture in this country showing it's true colors.
If that's the best you've got.

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How is what the newspaper did "beneficial" in any way, shape, or form? Would it be equally "helpful" to post a list of homeowners that own no weapon of any kind?

This kind of stupidity on the newspaper's part, is exactly why people shouldn't rely on anti-gun people for any kind of solution to gun violence. What is the paper trying to accomplish here?
All they are trying to do is bully people in a similar way to the Out program by gay groups in the 80's.

Great. Now criminals know who doesn't have a firearm.
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And then there's this utterly idiotic 'feel-good' program:

LA Gun Buy-Back

While officials in Los Angeles and elsewhere have said the gun buybacks help keep streets safe, a 2004 report by the National Research Council of the National Academies questioned that conclusion.

Among the report's findings were that guns surrendered in buybacks tend to be old or inherited from previous owners, and not likely to be used in crime. Also, gun owners find it easy to replace their firearms, according to the report, which was titled "Firearms and Violence: A Critical Review."

I'm sure the lines were full of remorseful gangbangers.


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All they are trying to do is bully people in a similar way to the Out program by gay groups in the 80's.

Great. Now criminals know who doesn't have a firearm.
Lol. Do these people really think people are embarrassed, rather than proud to own a gun? Whether a favorite hunting rifle or family "heirloom" or whatever?

What a rationale. Sure, try to embarrass the people with legal gun permits. Nobody should mind their name and address being published as if they did something wrong. That'll help stop the gun violence we're experiencing every week, sometimes every day. Those guys with permits are the reason for those deaths, and they should totally trust government and the anti-gun crowd after this stunt. That paper totally went after the criminals with guns, like always, didn't they?
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This kind of stupidity on the newspaper's part, is exactly why people shouldn't rely on anti-gun people for any kind of solution to gun violence. What is the paper trying to accomplish here?

It's why I said it would be beneficial to gun owners to work with on new gun laws,if they don't then yeah you'll see things you don't like.
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It's why I said it would be beneficial to gun owners to work with on new gun laws,if they don't then yeah you'll see things you don't like.
So you're cool with bullying then?

You're a great example of a nanny government supporter.
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It's why I said it would be beneficial to gun owners to work with on new gun laws,if they don't then yeah you'll see things you don't like.
Hence why enough republicans and democrats will vote against you when it counts. Pulling counterproductive publicity stunts like this, being more concerned with legal gun owners than the felons doing the shootings.... just shows that NOBODY should buy what you're selling. Or trust anything you propose given what the paper just did.
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And then there's this utterly idiotic 'feel-good' program:

LA Gun Buy-Back

While officials in Los Angeles and elsewhere have said the gun buybacks help keep streets safe, a 2004 report by the National Research Council of the National Academies questioned that conclusion.

Among the report's findings were that guns surrendered in buybacks tend to be old or inherited from previous owners, and not likely to be used in crime. Also, gun owners find it easy to replace their firearms, according to the report, which was titled "Firearms and Violence: A Critical Review."

I'm sure the lines were full of remorseful gangbangers.


maybe you should learn to read your own links.

These type of events have been happening all over the country since the Sandy Hood shooting. Each one is different, but generally, firearms fetch between $50 and $100. In Los Angeles, they were offering up to $200 for assault rifles. It's not really about the money, though. As Villaraigosa explained ahead of his city's buyback program, it's also about taking action. "I think everybody was so traumatized," he said. "People said, 'I don't wait on the Congress, I'm tired of the endless debates about responsible gun control legislation, I want to do my part." As it were, one of the first guns collected at Wednesday was a Bushmaster XM-15, the same assault rifle that Adam Lanza used at Sandy Hook
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maybe you should learn to read your own links.

These type of events have been happening all over the country since the Sandy Hood shooting. Each one is different, but generally, firearms fetch between $50 and $100. In Los Angeles, they were offering up to $200 for assault rifles. It's not really about the money, though. As Villaraigosa explained ahead of his city's buyback program, it's also about taking action. "I think everybody was so traumatized," he said. "People said, 'I don't wait on the Congress, I'm tired of the endless debates about responsible gun control legislation, I want to do my part." As it were, one of the first guns collected at Wednesday was a Bushmaster XM-15, the same assault rifle that Adam Lanza used at Sandy Hook
That mayor you quoted sounds hysterical. I mean like he's in a panic. Yes, the people who wanted to sell those guns legally were the problem. Thank goodness we have those people disarmed now!

RedskinsRat is pointing out the situation to you, why not address his point rather than quote the politician running a political program?
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maybe you should learn to read your own links.

These type of events have been happening all over the country since the Sandy Hood shooting. Each one is different, but generally, firearms fetch between $50 and $100. In Los Angeles, they were offering up to $200 for assault rifles. It's not really about the money, though. As Villaraigosa explained ahead of his city's buyback program, it's also about taking action. "I think everybody was so traumatized," he said. "People said, 'I don't wait on the Congress, I'm tired of the endless debates about responsible gun control legislation, I want to do my part." As it were, one of the first guns collected at Wednesday was a Bushmaster XM-15, the same assault rifle that Adam Lanza used at Sandy Hook
I did read it, what do YOU think it's stating that I've missed? We still have gun crime in LA, historically this program is NOT attracting the firearms that are out there generally used for crimes.

I expect to hear, very shortly, that the Bushmaster handed in was a 'Judas Goat'. No one hands in a $1,000 weapon for a $200 gift card. Yet another pathetic attempt at a media manipulation by Mini-Mayor,
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RedskinsRat is pointing out the situation to you, why not address his point rather than quote the politician running a political program?

First I did address it and second look at post# 347,this is not a joke .There are 26 people dead 20 children some shot more then once by someone who's mother was part of out gun culture ,she would argue that she knew about gun safty and how to handle guns and it's the "other" idiots out there ,right up to the time her son shot her 4 times and killer her.
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