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Senior Advisor

The solution

The 2nd amendment guarantees the right to bear arms. However, it says nothing about bullits or modern day cartridges. So you can have all the guns you want without bullets. Yes the founding fathers were aware of firearms but they were muzzle loaders. So it stands to reason that you are free to own muzzle loaders and the nut balls wouldn't be able to reload fast enough to shoot 20 some people.

 

Just a federal law to ban cartridges. It's as simple as that.

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Re: The solution

That would make ammo really expensive. I better buy a bunch now, and maybe talk to the local meth dealer about setting up a supply line. That meth stuff is illegal but so easy to get, he must be a genus.
Senior Contributor

Re: The solution

Don, I think you`ve been listening to Chris Rock, he says "Bullets should cost $5,000, that way there`d be no innocent bystanders"  Smiley Very Happy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuX-nFmL0II

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Re: The solution


@kraft-t wrote:

The 2nd amendment guarantees the right to bear arms. However, it says nothing about bullits or modern day cartridges. So you can have all the guns you want without bullets. Yes the founding fathers were aware of firearms but they were muzzle loaders. So it stands to reason that you are free to own muzzle loaders and the nut balls wouldn't be able to reload fast enough to shoot 20 some people.

 

Just a federal law to ban cartridges. It's as simple as that.


I believe there are too many BTOs in farming. Time for congress to ban all tractors over 70 horse power[ that will still let you own a 3020] and all grain heads larger than 10 foot.

 

While we are at it, we use too much gas, time to ban all cars except the model T.

 

See how silly you can be at times Mr Kraft.

Senior Contributor

Re: The solution

What about the gun enthusiasts (most of em) that reload their own ammo. You want to federally regulate gunpower too?

Guns aren't the problem, people are. This young fellow is a product of the public school system complete with a gov supported education in how to operate a computer, and picked up web sites, ideas, facebook, and other associated parifanalia associated with the modern day computer. Perhaps, pass a fed law to outlaw the computers? Or maybe a fed law to outlaw computer education classes in public schools? Or, how about this one----A federal law that every public school must provide at least 30 hours of hand gun and rifle safety, handling, shooting, and operation of said equipment , and, every public school student must complete this gun training course prior to receiving a graduation diploma?

Senior Advisor

Re: The solution

Apples and oranges. The facts are that the constitutionallows for gun ownership and you folks use that argument as if any restriction of fire arms is unconstitutional. However, the modern guns were not on the scene when the constitution was written and therefore our founders could not have know about modern fire arms and ballistics. Their only experience was with muzzle loaders and cannons and the like.

 

Therefore there is no mention of modern bullets or cartridges mentioned in the constitution so they do not have the protection of constitutional law. Government has every right to make such items illegal or restrict the sale or ownership of those products.

 

The end result is that your surefire claims to the right of gun ownership fails when it comes to the bullets. Maybe you can use those revolvers for a club or convert them to muzzle loaders, but you have no constitutional rights for bullets. It's as simple as that.

Senior Contributor

Re: get real crafty

get real crafty the ONLY reason the gov does not try to run this country is the fact they have NO idea where or how many guns are out there---look at any country in the world with strict gun laws and you will see TOTAL gov control

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Re: GREAT POST !!!!