Yeah I am talking about debating lol. I still encourage people to express themselves, you may learn something to make your opinion stronger and more thought out or you might change you're mind.
Yeah thekinect that is my opinion and I actually use a lot of you're points as well. Also, the number 1 most used weapon in homocides is a hammer, why don't we ban hammers? Well cause thats not logical. Anyways, the most common gun used is a pistol, and even then it is usually a revolver as they don't leave a casing behind.
So why ban a "type" of gun, it is simply a gun that looks different it still performs the same task, because a shooting comes up that the media covers. Get me covers. Did you hear about the shooting in San Antonio where a man went to his GF's restraunt to shoot up people, days after the CT shooting, and when people fled to the theater across the way and he followed. Following these innocent people, but he didn't kill anyone because guess what? An off duty officer was there and shot him with her (believe it was a lady maybe not) pistol, saving lives yet it wasn't covered. I think one problem is the media making people think guns are bad.
Also, with a gun ban, people with those guns still have them. They can't take them away unless they want 1776 (Which is destined to happen if something does indeed happen in the near future)
The topic comes up, civilians shouldn't have weapons the military have. They are not the same, they may look similar but there is no burst or fully automatic, they are sporter rifles that are customizable easily and many people like that as they aren't forced to shell out a lot of money. A government ban would only single out law abiding citizens, because lets face it, criminals don't care about the law if they are going to break it anyways, especially if they will be going away for life or suicide. A criminal gets what he wants, a citizen is punished by the law. Politicians don't think things clearly.
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