Body Armor Is, “Dangewous”

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Yep.  Looks scary doesn't it?

Yep. Looks scary doesn’t it?


Rep. Honda announces bill to ban civilians from military-grade body armor

SAN JOSE – Rep. Mike Honda, D-San Jose, today announced legislation that would block civilians from accessing military-grade body armor to prevent criminals from using them in gun battles with law enforcement.

Honda, speaking at a news conference in San Jose this morning with police chiefs and the district attorneys and sheriffs from Santa Clara and Alameda counties, said his proposal would discourage criminals from wearing enhanced body armor to commit mass shootings.

“This bill will keep military body armor out of the wrong hands,” Honda said. “It would ensure that only law enforcement, firefighters and other first responders would be able to access enhanced body armor.”

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16 Responses to Body Armor Is, “Dangewous”

  1. Jerry says:

    “This bill will keep military body armorguns out of the wrong hands,” Honda said. “It would ensure that only law enforcement, firefighters and other first responders would be able to access enhanced body armorguns.”

  2. BrunDawg says:

    Try passing a bill that prevents criminals from having gun battles with law enforcement in the first place. Oh, wait…

  3. R.D. Walker says:

    This is how their minds work. Body armor is 100 percent defensive. They want to deny the law abiding access to personal defense knowing full well that those who are willing to engage in gun battles with law enforcement will be willing to also own illegal body armor. These people are fools.

  4. RUDE JUDE says:

    The dumbness is deafening isn’t it? These “folks” are so damn ignorant, it makes my head spin right off it’s axis.

  5. Roy Ryder says:

    Exactly how many criminals have used body armor in conducting their crimes? The only one I can think of is the 1990s-era bank shootout where the armored criminals were eventually killed by a hail of gunfire. The ‘tard is strong in this one.

    • Uke says:

      Doesn’t matter. Pragmatism and reality mean nothing to these dolts. What matters is that it was in a movie and it’s scary and HOLD ME. Normal everyday implements of destruction aren’t scary (unless they are), but uber-rare scary deaths attributable to terrifying sharks with frigging laser beams on their foreheads that kill one person every 30 years are far more sensational, interesting and pee-inducingly scary.

      So ban sharks. And give us money to ban sharks. But mostly just give us money.

  6. DocO says:

    And I just made a purchase of body armor after reading this. These guys are just the best salesman.

    The chances I’ll ever use it are surely zero, but somehow it felt good just poking my finger in this guys eye…, cause, you know, the children…,

  7. R.D. Walker says:

    I own military body armor and a Kevlar helmet. In 25 years, I have had no reason to use them. If it should ever come to pass that I do, who in the hell has the right to tell me I must take a bullet instead?

  8. Ray Davies says:

    I gotta steal pot and a bunch of Canvas field gear.

  9. reboot says:

    Pieces of shit like that in the government want you to just go out in your front yard and die for your safety, it’s easier to clean up the mess.

    Can we accelerate the date when kommiepornia falls off the coast? Please?