warrior of the wetlands
- Oct 12, 2005
- Reaction score
- Political Leaning
- Libertarian - Right
there are some arguments that I find totally disqualify a poster's arguments on guns being taken seriously. The expanding ammunition issue is oneNone of these are similar to how we regulate cars.
If we treated guns like cars:
1. There would be no background check to buy one.
2. There would be no limits on size, capacity, power or number owned.
3. Felons could own them.
4. 16 year old kids could take them to school.
Is this really what you want?
I'd like to see the cites that show that the NRA supported any of the items you listed.
It's not about other countries remaining free. It's about what laws passed in the US would be Constitutional, effective and enforceable.
PS: All hunting ammunition expands upon impact.