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what guns do you own?

I own a .22 marlin. I am proud of it.
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  • I personally own a Remington 870 Express in 12 gauge and a Mosin Nagant M91/30. My Dad has a Winchester Model 94 30-30, and a Ruger 10/22.
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  • Beretta and an AR
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  • Sig 9mm R700 .270 WINsauce Savage 434 .22 R870 12 ga. Supermag Moss500 .410
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Mastergee [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] TRENT1221996 Don't generalize us as gun owners. Darwins theory of evolution refers to the survival of the fittest. Lets see you survive in a world where there are no supermarkets. [/quote] Guns do not make you the fittest, they make you a coward.[/quote] Congratulations on proving how dumb you are. Guns have given everyone a voice. I suppose an old woman using a gun to fend off a knife attack is a coward now. Guns give you the ability to control an otherwise dangerous situation. You are just a fool. An absolute fool.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Gruntzilla24 [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] DorkLord54 I don't own any and have no desire to, living in suburban American, having no reason for one and what not.[/quote][/quote] I live in the suburbs and have used a firearm to save lives. Location does not mean you won't have to protect yourself someday. Home invasions can happen anywhere.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Mastergee [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] AgentCOP1 *facepalm* Because.... it's a freaking hobby, and some people live out in the woods. And some people like to hunt..... and it's a hobby. And people like to hunt. Please just stop. I really hope you don't think people hunt because they don't know things called supermarkets.[/quote] So it's ok to take pleasure in killing things if it is just a hobby? Good ol murica.[/quote] But it's ok for business? Or are you vegan/vegetarian? I am, I don't hunt, and I still own guns for protection. I am far from mentally disturbed but I can clearly see you are naive.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Mastergee I am not mentally disturbed therefore see no reason to own guns.[/quote] I would say you are mentally disturbed, then.
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  • A Super Soaker CPS 4100.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] XSEAN 115 A WW1 Lee-Infield mk 1 She fires a .308 rifle round at a max range of 1400 yards [/quote] That's nice. Actually used in war/surplus? As for myself, I have a Mossberg 870, a .357 revolver(Think it is S&W), and an old hunting rifle of unknown origin.
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  • A WW1 Lee-Infield mk 1 She fires a .308 rifle round at a max range of 1400 yards
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  • I have a recurve bow and a few knives...
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  • Nothing
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  • I have a BB gun which broke.
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  • AR15 and a Beretta 92FS. I am saving up for more at the moment.
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  • No guns, sorry.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Mastergee [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] PieTalk1 Just throwing this out there... When I was young, I used to be a vegetarian; for 7 years in fact. My reasons were that I thought that the meat industry was inhumane/morally and all that. However, I have never disagreed with honourable hunting (By which I mean go out, track, kill cleanley and use all of the animal. None of this driven bird shooting or killing 17 elephants to make a really nice toothpick or whatever you kids do these days) A hunter and prey is exactly how the world works, how it has always worked, and how it will work if all our infrastructure were to collapse. To me the inhumane institutionalised slaughter was the real bad thing. And what I thought was the worst part of all was that people so willingly detach from that fact, as if it was morally right 'not to think about it' and that you're 'psychopathic' or 'evil' or whatever, if you did. Anyway, the point is: man up and stop trying to convince yourself that you're a good person because you're not in favour of hunting.[/quote] Not understand the necessities of farming doesn't make you a good person either.[/quote]not understanding how nuisance animals with no natural predators on the continent destroy farmland and crops does make you a bad farmer though. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_boar#Feral_pigs http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_boar#Aggression_towards_humans they cause about a billion dollars in land damage a year in texas alone. they can carry over 30 diseases and parasites(communicable to pets, livestock, humans, contaminated[by the hogs] water sources) many requiring medical treatment, some like rabies are fatal. they are aggressive to humans in north america. they will charge you and try to eat your legs while you're still alive and fighting. if they gore you with 6" tusks, they can down you or hospitalize you easily. they naturally breed faster than they can be killed with about a litter every 8 weeks. they can attack children or pets. the only thing slowing them down [b]is[/b] hunters. and who funds the majority of the conservation programs in the US? hunters, due to the 11% excise tax in place.
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  • Nerf Maverick Nerf Vulcan Try to take 'em away.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Mastergee Not understand the necessities of farming doesn't make you a good person either.[/quote] >[i]necessities[/i] [b] I used to be a vegetarian; for 7 years in fact. [/b] These days I find bacon to be one of the greatest things on earth though :)
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  • My dick
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] ShotgunTroll [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] PieTalk1 [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] foreveraloner35 UK and proud[/quote] Guns are legal. [/quote]just that the UK has a ton of restrictions..[/quote] With a section one firearms licence you can get: Bolt action rifles of any calibre (50 cal is fine) scilencers Semi automatic rifles including designs based on assault rifles so long as they chamber .22 cartridges Assault rifles without recoil mechanisms (essentially bolt action) you can even get a semi auto .22 1911 with a fixed silencer (this extends the barrel enough so that it is considered a rifle) And a shotgun licence gets you any shotgun with a limited magazine (I think that is 3 shells so long as one is in the chamber)
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] PieTalk1 Just throwing this out there... When I was young, I used to be a vegetarian; for 7 years in fact. My reasons were that I thought that the meat industry was inhumane/morally and all that. However, I have never disagreed with honourable hunting (By which I mean go out, track, kill cleanley and use all of the animal. None of this driven bird shooting or killing 17 elephants to make a really nice toothpick or whatever you kids do these days) A hunter and prey is exactly how the world works, how it has always worked, and how it will work if all our infrastructure were to collapse. To me the inhumane institutionalised slaughter was the real bad thing. And what I thought was the worst part of all was that people so willingly detach from that fact, as if it was morally right 'not to think about it' and that you're 'psychopathic' or 'evil' or whatever, if you did. Anyway, the point is: man up and stop trying to convince yourself that you're a good person because you're not in favour of hunting.[/quote] Not understand the necessities of farming doesn't make you a good person either.
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  • None. It's for the safety of everyone around me, apparently EVERYONE in the past 8 years responsible for gun crimes did it because of the influence of video games... Loljk, I live in England and we tend not to cling to the past as much as [i]some[/i] countries do.
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  • Just throwing this out there... When I was young, I used to be a vegetarian; for 7 years in fact. My reasons were that I thought that the meat industry was inhumane/morally and all that. However, I have never disagreed with honourable hunting (By which I mean go out, track, kill cleanley and use all of the animal. None of this driven bird shooting or killing 17 elephants to make a really nice toothpick or whatever you kids do these days) A hunter and prey is exactly how the world works, how it has always worked, and how it will work if all our infrastructure were to collapse. To me the inhumane institutionalised slaughter was the real bad thing. And what I thought was the worst part of all was that people so willingly detach from that fact, as if it was morally right 'not to think about it' and that you're 'psychopathic' or 'evil' or whatever, if you did. Anyway, the point is: man up and stop trying to convince yourself that you're a good person because you're not in favour of hunting.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] DorkLord54 I don't own any and have no desire to, living in suburban American, having no reason for one and what not.[/quote]
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Jiggleslinky None, because I don't need any.[/quote] You don't want any for fun?
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  • I don't own any and have no desire to, living in suburban America, having no reason for one and what not. [Edited on 01.05.2013 4:50 PM PST]
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