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Old February 27th, 2018, 12:07 AM   #281
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Originally Posted by rufusprime99 View Post
The more you anti-gun nutbags mouth off, the more this happens.
Florida Gun Show sees 'record number' of attendees amid gun control debate
Your only logical course of action is to shut up.
Right, you can lead a horse to water~~~~type stupidity...
BTW, nobody's anti-gun, everybody's anti-mass murder, sensible gun control is all anyone want's...like Australia, or any civilized country.

The NutBags are arming the NutBags doing the Mass Murder, everyday.

Last month, Krista Gearhart, 25, was shot at the Eagle Arms Gun Show at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds in central Pennsylvania by Geoffrey Hawk of Warminster. Hawk was demonstrating a concealed carry wallet holster say police and–guesses, anybody?–he “didn’t know the gun was loaded.” Hawk, who was manning a booth for his business at the gun show, said he “felt bad” about the incident. Oh, in that case…..

Also last month outside the Austin Premier Gun Show at the Cedar Park Center in Cedar Park, Texas, John Warden, pastor of New Hope Baptist Church in Jarrell was shot and killed by his son-in-law. The two brought a semi-automatic handgun with them into the show, said police. “What we do know is that the gun had been unloaded prior because it was brought into the gun show, inspected and tagged as unloaded,” said Cedar Park Police Chief Sean Mannix. But when the men got back to their car, something went wrong. The son-in-law, Jared Priddy, reloaded the gun and it “went off,” striking and killing Warden, say police.

Last year, at the Dixie Gun and Knife Show in Raleigh, North Carolina a gun accidentally discharged at the show’s “safety check-in booth” and a security guard and two attendees were shot. But not to worry said Joel Keith, police chief of the state Agriculture Department at a subsequent news conference. “If we thought it was a problem, or it was a hazard, or it was dangerous, we would not have this show,” he told the press. “Let’s keep in mind, as I said before, this was an accident, and I’m sure there’s nobody hates this any more than the guy that owned that weapon.”

The shooting happened because a 36-year-old man from Wilmington, North Carolina, was unfastening the case of his 12-gauge shotgun on a table near the show entrance and it accidentally discharged said police. Oops. The man planned to sell the shotgun at the show.

On the same day last year, which was ironically “Gun Appreciation Day,” there were two more gun show shootings. A gun dealer at a gun show at the Medina County Community Center on Medina Fair Grounds in Medina, Ohio was “checking out a semi-automatic handgun he had just bought when he accidentally pulled the trigger,” said police. The gun’s magazine was loaded and had been pulled from the firearm, but one round remained in the chamber, they said. The round hit the floor and struck a man standing nearby in the leg who was transported by helicopter to a hospital.

Meanwhile, on the same day at the Indy 1500 Gun and Knife Show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, Emory L. Cozee of Indianapolis shot himself in the hand as he was reloading his .45-caliber semi-automatic as he was leaving the gun show. He was transported to the hospital.

With “concealed carry” now legal in all states, sheriff wannabes strut around like they are starring in a cowboy movie. Hoowee. Bad guys better watch out–and good guys who get in the way.
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Old February 27th, 2018, 09:52 AM   #282
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Default well thank u slow sk8

Originally Posted by slowsk8 View Post
A little fact checking? He had a simi automatic weapon, not auto.
Do you know the difference?
you obviously know the difference
Hang on to your semi autos, its going to get rough over the next few years

spell check simi but i knew what you meant by that
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Old February 27th, 2018, 10:00 AM   #283
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Default well im from australia ursle

and pleny agree you cant stop a criminals from obtaining an illegal weapon .
personally i would like a clock with silencer behind my bed.
only 20% of home invasions in australia make it to the news .
im going to make my vote count and its for the right to defend your home.
you will change your mind when you see it close up.
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