What's wrong with limiting it to one gun per household? That'd stop people buying an extra one for their friends. But oh nooo, that's far too complicated. Better just ignore the problem. The law is there, that'll stop them!
Last edited by Z0MBiE; 02-19-2014 at 09:15 PM.
Who even needs more than one gun per month. They're giving these weapons out like candy over there and you're trying to tell me this isn't a problem?Three states (California, Maryland and New Jersey) and the District of Columbia have laws limiting handgun purchases or sales to one per month.
The law is necessary to define what actually is criminal.
It's sad that anyone can get riled up about the threat loosing his gun(s), but isn't bothered at least ten times as much about the STASI methods the US gov employs against him, or that they are running massive bombing campaigns against civilians abroad, based on profiling mixed with statistical noise.
Actually, I must admit, that private gun-ownership and open/concealed carry fits quite neatly into the picture. It's so pointless and insanely unethical, how can they not love it to death?
Last edited by Ronin; 02-19-2014 at 11:03 PM.