I own more than one. I follow all applicable laws on the federal, state, and county level. I don't believe there needs to be any more regulation on the firearm market. I can go WAY more into detail, provide case studies, etc. You can pick apart my English or change the argument into one of developmental psychology, but my argument will remain the same. Firearms, much like vehicles or kitchen knives, are a tool. They can be used. They can be abused. But the fault lies with the user of the tool (or in cases of theft by children or the mentally incompetent, the owner of the tool); not the manufacturer or the government. Friends of mine (I don't want to get racist here, but primarily friends in Europe) don't agree with my viewpoints. That's fine. If you disagree with me that strongly, simply don't discuss it with me. I'm an adult. My views are based on years of personal experience along with some of my own research. If you can't agree to disagree with me, and want to harass me with an hours long argument; you will be risking our friendship. I don't need the dramatics. My work is stressful enough.
(If comments get unruly or longwinded, I will remove or lock comments.)
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5 years, 11 months ago
03 Jun 2013 01:54 CEST