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slylabs13 at me.com
Tue Jan 29 15:31:32 EST 2013
Peter, I said Assault Weapons, or as some call them Semi-automatic rifles. Handguns are a whole other matter. The majority of handgun murders are committed by known gang members in inner cities. My point is, making guns illegal is not going to stop these people from getting guns, anymore than existing laws against felons having guns does. Laws prevent nothing is my big point here. Only the lawful obey laws.
On Jan 29, 2013, at 12:16 PM, Peter Haworth wrote:
> Sorry, but I can't let that pass. Every time the subject of gun control
> comes up in the press, completely unfounded statements are thrown around by
> the like of the NRA and others who are against gun control, and the
> baseball bat/hammer is one of them.
> According to the FBI 2011 stats, weapons used in homicides were:
> Firearms: 67.8%
> Knives: 13.4%
> Hands/fists/feet/etc: 5.7%
> Blunt objects: 3.9%
> Other dangerous weapons: 9.7%
> Presumably a baseball bat or a hammer would be classified as a "blunt
> object" or possibly "other dangerous weapon". Either way, it's not even
> close when compared to firearms.
> Sorry for the totally off topic rant.
> On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 11:01 AM, Robert Sneidar <slylabs13 at me.com> wrote:
>> I was shocked to find out that far fewer people are killed with
>> semi-automatic rifles (called Assault weapons) than with hammers or
>> baseball bats. No one would ever think of even registering who has a hammer
>> or baseball bat! Never mind making them illegal. New laws will solve
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