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Joe... you're on my team. ;)

Hell yes!

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Check the FBI statistics on violence of all types in this country.

We've seen a massive decline over the past 50 years.

Our rates per 100,000 also beat most other 1st would countries.

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We've seen a massive decline over the past 50 years.

Our rates per 100,000 also beat most other 1st would countries.

1st world like what, Venezuela?

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Looks like the levels are similar to 50 years ago (up in some things) but well down from the highs that were reached 25 years ago.

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Anyway, gun control in itself isn't going to be a solution but it's part of it. It seems sensible to me that you don't want guns to be purchased freely by people who really can't be trusted with them for mental or practical reasons. Like a driving license is obtained only by demonstrating a minimum capability to handle a car. It's never going to be perfect, obviously.

But more importantly, the average life standard as well as education standard need to be raised. As long as there are huge numbers of poor and/or uneducated you're going to have issues that cannot be resolved by making gun laws.

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i've refrained from using the term AW and use ""military style/type""

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JC - Compare to Britain for instance. They have a substantially higher rate of violent crimes.

You need to reference the countries own recording institutions. And avoid wikipedia ...

If you want to take the easy route you can find some non-partisan youtube videos on the matter.

Here's an example for ya - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ooa98FHuaU0

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Greg, Any more rounds through yours? They are making a 9mm version of it this year.

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lol

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Greg, Any more rounds through yours? They are making a 9mm version of it this year.

Not yet. I've been stupid busy. I'll we'll take it out next week.

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i've refrained from using the term AW and use ""military style/type""

So it's cosmetic then?

Ruger 10-22 example.

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"Assault Weapon" really is mostly cosmetic based. It's still a semi-auto tiny caliber rifle at the end of the day. I have an Archangel kit with several add-ons for Sarah to shoot. She feels comfortable with it. It's not more or less effective as a weapon because I put on an adjustable lightweight stock for my short 100 lb girlfriend, haha. But this is meaningless to a liberal because they don't care about actions or functionality (look at the politicians and spokepeople they favor) they only care about cosmetics (again, look at the politicians and spokespeople they favor).

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All I have anymore is a G22 and Sks in a Tapco stock. It looks really "Miltary style now," Forget the fact all it did was add a rail for a scope and a adjustable stock. :lol:

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Not yet. I've been stupid busy. I'll we'll take it out next week.

Nice! I went with the .40XDM compact and just snagged a 9XD subcompact. Shooting that one tomorrow.

All I have anymore is a G22 and Sks in a Tapco stock. It looks really "Miltary style now," Forget the fact all it did was add a rail for a scope and a adjustable stock. :lol:

Add a breaching tip on it... all hell is going to break loose

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