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Old 01-04-2016, 04:04 PM   #181
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Chris, he may be an A hole but he is far from being a moron
That may be true but online he comes across as a good Dad and a member who is willing to help others
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Old 01-04-2016, 04:05 PM   #182
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Which is dumber pulling a gun in a street fight or attacking someone with a gun pointed at you. I wonder what kept him from pulling the trigger.
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Ha,I was young and dumb,now old and dumb.
He was a coward hiding behind a gun.
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Old 01-04-2016, 05:00 PM   #183
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if we knew that, we would tell the police so they could lock them up to be prosecuted and sent to prison.

build more prisons
Well not true . Since the last year of George Bush , gun violation prosecutions have seen a significant drop , as much as 42% lower . Kinda surprising for a gun control advocate like Obama . Makes you wonder what the #^&#^&#^&#^& he is doing .
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Old 01-04-2016, 08:03 PM   #184
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So where do theses gang bangers and criminals who legally cannot buy a gun.. get their guns?

Are they being supplied from? Legal owners ? or irresponsible owners? i think below gives us our answer ...


1.4 million firearms were stolen during household burglaries and other property crimes over the six-year period from 2005 through 2010, according to a report released today by the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). This number represents an estimated average of 232,400 firearms stolen each year— about 172,000 stolen during burglaries and 60,300 stolen during other property crimes.
Guy on my hockey team is head of NB gun unit. He has been very busy lately. I asked him last nite where they are comin from and he said most of them are comin from house robberies or the such. He said a lot of the guns they take off street or used in the soarin murder rate are stolen from old family members that dont even know they are gone. A lot comes back to laws regarding proper securing and storage of firearms.
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Old 01-04-2016, 09:55 PM   #185
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The preferred gun is a ghost gun that has no record.
And when I say ghost gun I am referring to guns that are made in the shacks of poverty ridden third world countries like the Philippines. Exact copies of legal guns with no record that would cause arrest if the police find you in possession of a gun.
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Old 01-06-2016, 08:55 AM   #186
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Just saw this.

http://www.vpc.org/fact-sheets/state...-by-rate-2014/

State Firearm Death Rates, Ranked by Rate, 2014

Rank State Rate
1 Alaska 19.68
2 Louisiana 19.27
3 Mississippi 18.27
4 Alabama 16.81
5 Montana 16.80
6 Arkansas 16.72
7 New Mexico 16.30
8 Wyoming 15.92
9 South Carolina 15.87
10 Oklahoma 15.76
11 Tennessee 15.57
12 Missouri 15.55
13 West Virginia 15.46
14 Nevada 15.11
15 Kentucky 14.37
16 Georgia 13.78
17 Arizona 13.77
18 Idaho 13.03
19 North Dakota 12.98
20 Oregon 12.52
21 Indiana 12.40
22 Colorado 12.38
23 North Carolina 12.13
24 Florida 12.11
25 Utah 11.45
26 Kansas 11.33
27 Michigan 11.05
28 Vermont 11.01
29 Delaware 10.90
30 Pennsylvania 10.87
31 Virginia 10.68
32 Texas 10.56
33 Ohio 10.44
34 South Dakota 10.43
35 Maine 10.00
36 Washington 9.94
37 Nebraska 9.51
38 New Hampshire 9.19
39 Illinois 9.15
40 Maryland 9.14
41 Wisconsin 8.46
42 Iowa 7.76
43 California 7.58
44 Minnesota 6.91
45 New Jersey 5.24
46 Connecticut 5.20
47 New York 4.43
48 Massachusetts 3.37
49 Rhode Island 3.22
50 Hawaii 2.82
. National Firearm Death Rate 10.54

*Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.
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Old 01-06-2016, 09:48 AM   #187
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Just saw this.

http://www.vpc.org/fact-sheets/state...-by-rate-2014/

State Firearm Death Rates, Ranked by Rate, 2014

Rank State Rate
1 Alaska 19.68
2 Louisiana 19.27
3 Mississippi 18.27
4 Alabama 16.81
5 Montana 16.80
6 Arkansas 16.72
7 New Mexico 16.30
8 Wyoming 15.92
9 South Carolina 15.87
10 Oklahoma 15.76
11 Tennessee 15.57
12 Missouri 15.55
13 West Virginia 15.46
14 Nevada 15.11
15 Kentucky 14.37
16 Georgia 13.78
17 Arizona 13.77
18 Idaho 13.03
19 North Dakota 12.98
20 Oregon 12.52
21 Indiana 12.40
22 Colorado 12.38
23 North Carolina 12.13
24 Florida 12.11
25 Utah 11.45
26 Kansas 11.33
27 Michigan 11.05
28 Vermont 11.01
29 Delaware 10.90
30 Pennsylvania 10.87
31 Virginia 10.68
32 Texas 10.56
33 Ohio 10.44
34 South Dakota 10.43
35 Maine 10.00
36 Washington 9.94
37 Nebraska 9.51
38 New Hampshire 9.19
39 Illinois 9.15
40 Maryland 9.14
41 Wisconsin 8.46
42 Iowa 7.76
43 California 7.58
44 Minnesota 6.91
45 New Jersey 5.24
46 Connecticut 5.20
47 New York 4.43
48 Massachusetts 3.37
49 Rhode Island 3.22
50 Hawaii 2.82
. National Firearm Death Rate 10.54

*Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.
I assume those numbers also include suicide and accidental deaths by firearm or is it just the homicide rate?
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Old 01-06-2016, 10:16 AM   #188
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I don't know. Here is the link from the original story that lead me to that chart.

http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/C...te-6738257.php
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Old 01-30-2016, 05:54 PM   #189
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I'd bet if you took out suicides and gang related incidents the #s would fall dramatically.

Liberal media won't delve into that though. Doesn't fit the agenda.

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