Gun components I would agree to ban once and for all…

These are all items I have been hearing about in the MSM for the last several weeks. As a sign of good will, I am willing to agree to a ban these dangerous items being discussed in the media. In exchange, I would expect that nothing additional would be banned.

List of items to be banned for sale or possession in the United States:

• High Capacity Ammunition

• High Magazine Clips

• 100 Bullet Clips

• Armor Piercing, Hollow Point Ammuntion

• The Sale of Automatic Weapons Over-The-Counter

• Guns Made 100% of Plastic

These are all items that I have recently read about in the media as representing a real threat to the citizenry. While I am opposed on principal to banning guns and gun components, I am willing to agree to ban all of these items.

Ban them if you must.

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33 Responses to Gun components I would agree to ban once and for all…

  1. BigJimTX says:

    If we are going to budge on things as deadly as those mentioned here, can we at least start removing some of the laws that don’t protect us, like those from 1986 and 1968? I think some compromise is in order.

    On a side note, I’m pretty sure that .50 BMG would actually qualify as high capacity ammunition.

  2. R.D. Walker says:

    Hmmmmm… Maybe #8 bird-shot in a shotgun shell would be high capacity ammunition. That is a lot of projectiles per round.

    I am pretty sure “high capacity ammunition” is meaningless.

  3. serfer62 says:

    Bye
    Can’t stand gun grabber creeps

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Bye?

      • TN-Cat says:

        I think serfer missed the point that none of the above actually exist.

        • notamobster says:

          I think maybe you should be more direct in your humor. Looks like someone got their panties in a wad without reading what you wrote.

          I agree with banning all of these items and unicorns, fairies, smart democrats, happy feminists, and anything else that doesn’t exist.

          • R.D. Walker says:

            Hell, it might really work. If Serfer didn’t get it, what are the chances that the moonbats will? All we have to do is make sure the NRA raises holy hell and the GOP fights fights it for a while. The MSM and Democrats will think they won a great victory and move on to other things.

          • Ray Davies says:

            Nota, you leave my fairies out of this.
            I mean have you seen “Lost Girl” on SyFy. At least let me have her,and she can even ride on her unicorn.

        • R.D. Walker says:

          Oh well. You can’t please everyone.

  4. Greg says:

    (y)

    :like:

  5. Greg says:

    I was trying to be cute with little icons… I like the list. 🙂

  6. Rockheim says:

    Liked. Laughed. Stolen. e-mailed. Reposted. Folded. Spindled. Mutilated.

  7. Greg B says:

    Heh heh! I got it.

  8. eastofthepecos says:

    You forgot the “Shoulder thing that goes up”.

    Can’t have something that lethal in the hands of the general public.

  9. James says:

    I will trade those things for a constitional amendment that prohibits debt creation. Don’t give rights away for free. Trade them for other rights.

  10. Greg B says:

    I recommend banning phased plasma rifles in the 40-watt range. No one needs more than 25 watts for home defense.
    (Glen Reynolds, Instapundit)

  11. Trent says:

    Well, in the name of public safety and all, we should include:

    “Assualt weapons that can’t be used for hunting.”

    “Real Magizines used to “promote the First Amendment purpose of informing an ongoing public debate about firearms.”

    “Assualt bullets”

    In return for the new Utopia that will come after this much needed ban, we should get rid of those arbitrary “gun-free” zones. After all, our new society will be so great once we get rid of these scary sounding things, what’s the point of having them?

  12. James says:

    There should be no change in gun laws.
    Rather than debate what changes would be, I will resist change.
    The outcome of change will create a worse situation than exists now.

    Laws are in place now that ensure people the right to protect themselves. Those people must exercise that right and be responsible for themselves. They have the tools.

  13. notamobster says:

    I’m thinking some folks still aren’t reading what you wrote. Shame, that. It was funny.

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Serfer didn’t get it, that’s for sure. I think James got the joke but he just refuses to acknowledge it.

      It has been a mistake to call me Spock. James is Spock.

  14. sortahwitte says:

    I’m in favor of keeping the right to buy automatic weapons over the counter. At least until I find that store. Oh wait. That wasn’t real? Shit.

  15. R.D. Walker says:

    I also agree to the banning of every “.233 AR-15 assault rifle” in America.

    • Uke says:

      .233, nice, lol.

      Once again, why do we have firearms policy dictated to us by people utterly uneducated as it pertains to firearms?

      Oh wait… because no one educated in firearms would be making the idiotic, emotional-appeal arguments that these jackasses do.

      Nevermind, carry on.

    • Rockheim says:

      //cue Mr. Mom jokes..

      [After Caroline has shot Jack in his fantasy]
      Ron: Wow! What did you use? A .38?
      Caroline: .38… .39, whatever it took.

  16. sortahwitte says:

    He can’t avoid being a turd for even one second. It rises to the top.