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by jason812
Wed Feb 21, 2018 1:17 pm
Forum: General Texas CHL Discussion
Topic: I want to keep my guns.
Replies: 139
Views: 5730

Re: I want to keep my guns.

That's twice you've used hillbilly despairingly. Do you have a problem with people living in the country not surrounded by asphalt and tall buildings who enjoy a simpler way of living? Do you even live in Texas? If so, it doesn't appear you were raised here. Slowly but surely the facade is coming down and your true feelings and thoughts are being exposed. The hillbilly comment makes you come off as a pretentious elitist usually found in higher academia who have no clue how the real world works because all you know is what you've been indoctrinated to believe. Clearly you've never been in the armed forces or been close to anybody that has or you would know what Patriotism, courage, and sacrifice really looks like. There are plenty on this forum that have volunteered and some that didn't volunteer to go do things you couldn't fathom. You have no idea who's behind the keyboard that you are insulting.

You started this thread after a few meaningless posts and the fact you are so admittedly trying to plea your case that we should cave or give into your new idea of gun control doesn't pass the smell test.

You should have titled it "I want to keep my guns as long as the government tells me it's ok." Have fun digging your hole to bury the guns you claim you have.
by jason812
Tue Feb 20, 2018 1:55 pm
Forum: General Texas CHL Discussion
Topic: I want to keep my guns.
Replies: 139
Views: 5730

Re: I want to keep my guns.

BBYC wrote:
TheFriscoKid wrote:Jason, no wife or children ? No other passions or hobbies ? Travel? Anything ?

Really - honestly willing to have a shoot out where the certain result is your death?
Excellent questions and ones every EFAD or wanna-be should ask themselves.
What is "EFAD"?
by jason812
Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:03 pm
Forum: General Texas CHL Discussion
Topic: I want to keep my guns.
Replies: 139
Views: 5730

Re: I want to keep my guns.

TheFriscoKid wrote:
jason812 wrote:
TheFriscoKid wrote:
Is everyone here a 'cold dead hands' advocate ?
Yes
Jason, no wife or children ? No other passions or hobbies ? Travel? Anything ?

Really - honestly willing to have a shoot out where the certain result is your death? Regardless of how many you'd take with you ?
Did the men who founded this country have wives and children and were they up against unfavorable odds? I would rather die than roll over and let my kids live in a country that the leftist want to create. Their freedom is worth dying for. In can tell that is a foreign concept to you and that is ok. There are plenty that will stand up for your freedom too.
by jason812
Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:49 pm
Forum: General Texas CHL Discussion
Topic: I want to keep my guns.
Replies: 139
Views: 5730

Re: I want to keep my guns.

TheFriscoKid wrote:
Is everyone here a 'cold dead hands' advocate ?
Yes
by jason812
Mon Feb 19, 2018 4:38 pm
Forum: General Texas CHL Discussion
Topic: I want to keep my guns.
Replies: 139
Views: 5730

Re: I want to keep my guns.

:iagree: :thumbs2:
by jason812
Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:59 am
Forum: General Texas CHL Discussion
Topic: I want to keep my guns.
Replies: 139
Views: 5730

Re: I want to keep my guns.

philip964 wrote: I want to keep the right to buy an AR 15. If we don't write the bill, the Dems will, possibly as soon as next January, if not sooner.

They did in 2015, it banned almost any interesting gun you might want to own. I actually used the list as a wish list so to speak, it was so complete.

Had that bill gotten enough Republicans to get on board, Obama would have signed it and the Florida school shooter would not have been able to kill 17 last week.

So in reality, the Democratic bill would have saved those children. He would not have had the chance to kill as many with a bolt action rifle.

Yeah, the FBI not being stupid would have saved them too. But the AR15 ban would have saved those children. No doubt in my mind.

My social media is a blaze with ban the AR15, end the second amendment, kick the GOP out in November.

The GOP needs to get a head of this with their own bill. Now.
So a law to ban an object will keep somebody intent on breaking another law from breaking the law? How did California's ban on "assault weapons" work a couple of years ago? How did France's gun ban work in Paris? Gun bans are feel good laws and do not address any real problems nor are they based on any data or hard facts.

Compromise now, compromise later, eventually you will have nothing to compromise. The other side never gives in and always takes. But that's ok as long as we all feel good.
by jason812
Mon Feb 19, 2018 12:02 am
Forum: General Texas CHL Discussion
Topic: I want to keep my guns.
Replies: 139
Views: 5730

Re: I want to keep my guns.

philip964 wrote:18 years old for bolt action rifle or 2 barrel shotgun.

21 years old for semi automatic handgun, pump shotgun

25 years old semi automatic rifle, automatic shotgun

No bump stocks or other rapid fire devices

50 state plus D.C. CHL license.

No off limits for CHL, except NFL stadiums, and businesses who post.
NFL stadiums or just NFL games? Plenty of events that are held in the stadiums that are not affiliated with the NFL. Just cause the players are thugs, doesn't make the fans thugs. (I'm not a fan by the way)

Age restrictions won't solve anything. Plenty of kids still get booze under the age of 21. Plenty of people get drugs of their choice. Texting and driving is now illegal but I still see plenty of people do that everyday.

Gun laws won't stop crime, if they would, Chicago should be one of the safest cities in America.

I bought my first AR when I was 20 in 1999.

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