Gun control in modern America
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bernardtwindwilGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
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Gun control in modern America

by bernardtwindwil

Firearm control in modern America

"A well regulated militia"

"A well regulated militia"

"A well​ regulated militia"

"A well regulated militia"

"A well regulated militia"

"A well regulated militia"

"Well regulated militia"

"A well regulated militia"

" being necessary to the security of a free State,"

" being necessary to the security of a free State"

" being necessary to the security of a free State"

" being necessary to the security of a free State"

the right of the People to keep and bear arms

the right of the People to keep and bear arms

the right of the People to keep and bear arms

the right of the People to keep and bear arms

shall not be infringed

What do you think a well-regulated​ militia is?

The only use of an assault rifle is to kill human beings. I carried an assault rifle in a previous occupation and I killed people with them. I still hunt. I carry a single shot rifle.

Does a fat man with an assault rifle represent security?

Are children with assault rifles necessary to the security of our nation. Can simpletons with assault rifles. stand off an enemy aircraft carrier task force

Has anybody said anything about restricting single shots

I only need one bullet to kill one game animal. I eat or use 100% of every animal I kill.

Enough said? Get the picture?

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a year ago
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esotericdesignDesigner. Advocate. Writer.
a year agoReply
@bernardtwindwil LMAO OK no more hard ?'s for u :-)

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
a year agoReply
@esotericdesign @erofaer You two are not as confused as I obviously am. I think I may have confused my responses. Don't ask me hard questions. I have four grandchildren, two boys and two girls, they are 4 through 8 years of age. I would love to see them grow up like either one of both of you. I see intelligence, courage, and honesty.

esotericdesignDesigner. Advocate. Writer.
a year agoReply
@bernardtwindwil who ru directing comments to? Lol...confused..

erofaerSilver CommaHow can I be impressive in one sentence?
a year agoReply
@bernardtwindwil I'm not sure if you meant to reply to @esotericdesign and misread their name or if you just decided to mention me. I feel like people who buy guns should have som thorough background check. My grandfather owned a gun an so did my father and I knew the only thing they ever did was go hunting though my grandfather was in the Pakistani Air Force. I get what you mean with the wannabes trying to be heroes. Being a soldier is more than your weapon. I always thought before people invade a country they should learn a bit about it. Like the foreign service makes you go through a course before going to your post, and I could be wrong, but it seems the military doesn't get as much. They don't have six month courses on language, culture and history. I thank my parents for raising me this way, they try to keep me open minded. How many grand children do you have?

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
a year agoReply
@erofaer I live in Texas. Guns are more worshipped here that their various Gods. I have a box of 20 bullets for my single shot bolt action incredibly accurate rifle. I have had that box for ten years. I still have six bullets left. The other fourteen have taken four whitetail deer, and ten wild hogs. I think it is cruel to have a misplaced shot. I don't go anywhere I would become a target of violence. I don't need protection. There is a lot more to being a soldier than just owning an assault rifle. But, these wannabes get some kind of weird pleasure by acting like what they think of as a hero. Their life is obviously lacking some critical element. Let's talk about you. You have an amazing grasp of every subject about which I have seen you write or comment. You amaze me. I hope my grandchildren grow up to be like you.

esotericdesignDesigner. Advocate. Writer.
a year agoReply
I love this! I come from a "gun heavy" state. During the fall odds are when you walk by a truck there is a dead animal in the back. Im used to it. What I dont get is what you presented in your piece. Assault rifles were only made to kill man - anyone who hunts knows you cant use one hunting as you would tear up all the meat...you used it just to kill. I believe it was the early 1900's when Tommy guns came to being - not for hunting but for "security". "Security" of what? Oh yes, the gangs to protect their gang activity...hence the Valentines Day massacre and others. Modern day they are still used by gangs, and domestic terrorists, to cause harm and chaos. I know everyone has the right to bear arms and I fully protect that right. Some people are gun enthusiasts and have these in their collection cuz they are cool to have. But these people are knowledgeable and would NEVER use it in an unacceptable way. America's media spits out verbal vomit and creates mass fear that everyone wants a gun to protect themselves. But, sadly, most of them acquire these types not to protect themselves & their families but for the Zombie Apocalypse...LOL...Sad but True!