They are too stupid to understand what the anarchy they seek truly is and won't understand until they start getting liquidated with no one to clutch pearls or wring hands for them.A day may come when these burn loot murder ***wipes try pulling this bull**** on some better armed folks with less restraint only to find they are eating lead.
I apologize if I’m reading your reply wrong, or missing your meaning, but, in this case, his little .22 DID actually make the idiots go away, right?This is absolutely an example of the gun as a talisman to ward off evil. That .22 isn't good for anything except getting himself killed. It's out because he thinks that displaying it will make the bad people go away.
Truth spoken here!Some gun is better than none, but I have yet to meet a survivor of violence claim they had too much gun.
(Of course, that does not stop POS politicians and quislings from dictating what you need.)
Please delete this post before someone gets any bright ideas.Truth spoken here!
I am surprised none of our slimeballs have tried pushing something like the Brazilian gun laws that limited private ownership to revolvers of .38spl or smaller and autopistols to .32ACP or smaller.
I wouldn't say that. Circle Center had started getting bad by then because of the kids that were gathering there and starting trouble, but the rest of down town was still thriving.
Yes and no. At the end of the day it’s always the Indian and not the arrow. There’s no argument that ballistically his piece was a bit further down the line than a sharp stick. But what really matters is the user. A fud with a 9mm, 357, 45 or whatever is still a fud. A practiced individual who is prepared to meet force with their own violence of action is an entirely different matter whether they have a .22, a 45 or even dare I say it... a pencil.This is absolutely an example of the gun as a talisman to ward off evil. That .22 isn't good for anything except getting himself killed. It's out because he thinks that displaying it will make the bad people go away.