I never said some control isn't needed I never claimed that the U.S is some sort of land without control. All am I defending is the the rights we have, I don't and many like me don't want to see them disappear. And I think whenever this gentleman gets out of prison he should move over here.
I'm sorry but I still find your position on this front to be paradoxical. I've seen from your posts in other threads that you take no issue at all with the way gay people are oppressed in your country so why don't you just drop the pretence that you're some holy evangelist on a crusade to protect personal rights, because you're not, you're on a crusade to protect things that you personally agree with, IE an obsession with weaponry and death. I'm sorry to bust your nuggets on this one but your motives are just as self serving as you claim everyone else's to be.
CA Has a lot more gun laws which I think and a lot of gun owners think are crappy. Like in CA you're limited to 10 round magazines ( like if someone wanted to kill someone they couldn't kill with 10 rounds ) You can't own an AR-15 in CA without a bullet button (well you can if you go featureless which means removing the pistol grip essentially making it a standard rifle)and you can't own an AK-47 without having a mag lock (unless you go featureless) but a state senator from CA is trying to ban bullet buttons and mag locks, theres a massive campaign by gun owners to try to stop it from happening. They want to ban the AR-15's because they look evil pretty much but they are the same as any other semi auto that we are allowed to own so what it comes down to is a fear of something that looks bad. New York and New Jersey are worse than CA. In New York City its practically impossible for the average citizen to own a handgun. And in the state of NY in order to own an AR-15 it has to have a fixed stock and a pin and welded muzzle break. And you are limited to 10 rounds as well. Why a fixed stock? I guess they think someone can do more harm with a collapsible stock I can go on and on lol
Well stop the presses I actually agree with you to some degree. Limiting the size of magazines, and the design of stocks isn't going to alleviate the problem. Because the problem isn't the design of the stock or the size of the magazine, it's the actual weapons themselves and the mentality of those that wield them that is the biggest problem.