Discussion in 'Blazers OT Forum' started by THE HCP, Nov 30, 2021.
^^ Fuck these people.
How do the gun supporters on here feel about this? Proud I bet.
That's ignorance for you. A 3 year old can not chamber a round. A gun should always have the safety on, or at least not have a round chambered.
Plus a weapon or knife or any other dangerous tool should not be within reach of a 3 year old.
Stupid people paying an incredibly high price for their stupidity. Freaking sucks.
Unfortunately stupid people have kids, and those kids far too often end up paying the price.
We need better access to quality education in general. And regarding gun safety, I advocate for a generous tax credit for people who take firearm safety courses.
But just think….had there been NO gun in this equation…. You wouldn’t have even had to waste your time typing what you did.
I've seen no realistic scenario in which guns are eliminated from the equation in the US. Or even severely limited.
I don't give much consideration to fairy tale scenarios.
A couple of things...
How did he get out of the USA with it?
If you can't remember you have a gun with you, especially when traveling internationally, you shouldn't have a gun at all.
He is famous so no reprecussions
Yeah but just imagine….no guns….
What Blazers own guns and have a carry permit?
It seems like this is what due process looks like...
Without question, this guy should now be prohibited from legal access to firearms for the rest of his life.
And I'm sure he would be (assuming he survived). Would our silly background check systems work? Maybe. Maybe not.
Would anybody else be able to verify his status easily or cheaply? No.
Would he be able to get ahold of firearms if he chose to do so? Almost certainly.
Um........it says he was shot and killed by the popo. So all your questions are a tad moot......just sayin'......
I think I watched it on Hulu, but the first episode of 'Accused' was very interesting. I highly recommend it as the following episodes were pretty good too. Episode 1 kind of puts you in the shoes of your child being a school shooter. Pretty intense.
Good point. But I don't think that makes my questions moot at all. The background check system is far too expensive, clumsy, and inefficient.
Target shooting seems like a legal activity to me.
He's dead. He won't be getting anymore guns.
If background checks included mental health and a search for felonies than yes it would work.
If we have an even decent mental health care system in this country, this and other situations like it could be prevented.
These multiprong issues have many solutions and they need to implemented simultaneously to prevent many many shootings.
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