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luvmylabs23139
02-05-2013, 06:30 PM
I'll be the first to admit that I will never have a use or desire for a 100 round mag. It is just not practical for me in any circumstance. 4 , 30 round clips are much better for me. I can't handle a weapon if that is invloved. So since I will never even want to use one should I just say ok ban that?
MY answer is no. Just because it is not part of my choice that does not mean someone else should not be able to have it.
Other's thoughts.

huntinman
02-05-2013, 06:46 PM
Concede nothing.

charly_t
02-05-2013, 06:55 PM
I'll be the first to admit that I will never have a use or desire for a 100 round mag. It is just not practical for me in any circumstance. 4 , 30 round clips are much better for me. I can't handle a weapon if that is invloved. So since I will never even want to use one should I just say ok ban that?
MY answer is no. Just because it is not part of my choice that does not mean someone else should not be able to have it.
Other's thoughts.

I agree with you. The thing that I see is that there may be times when someone needs one in this country. I'd want one if say 4 young gang type thugs decided that my home might contain something that they wanted. I don't see it as far fetched to think that we may need such guns to defend ourselves from invaders. Maybe even our own countrymen. I see no need to limit our abilities to defend ourselves. It will not bring back those killed in places like Newtown but will put us in harms way at times.

Scott Jinks
02-05-2013, 08:18 PM
I say concede nothing as far as bans.

I could see moving some day on back ground checks. After the government fixes the system that is broke now! Under no circume stance can I see it any business of the government what I give my family though. Maybe what I sell to joe down the street, but again maybe after they fix the current system, maybe.

BuddyJ
02-05-2013, 08:50 PM
If we enforced the laws we have now we wouldn't need additional laws. But this isn't about curbing violence, it's about disarming the people in this country.