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#3275288 - 04/02/21 12:20 PM Weapons of War and Mass Destruction
pyscodog Online
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Registered: 12/04/06
Posts: 14601
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The terrible "Black Rifle". Well I got myself into another argument about gun control. I said I wasn't going to do it again but I get so pizzed off listening to dumb azz's I can't keep my mouth shut. She's a 70 year old Hippie that still runs around with flowers in her hair spouting peace and love. She thinks banning the AR15, weapons of war, is going to stop the mass killing. Of course some of her friends joined in with hair brained ideas of how to fix the mass shootings and yes, some might be a decent idea......for all the honest people but the bad guys are going to tell them to pound sand. I tried using an example of drunk drivers and banning cars but they didn't want to hear things like that. LOL, even used the John Wick killed three guys with a pencil. Do we ban pencils?? They have it in their head that banning the AR will solve everything. You just can't fix stupid.
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#3275291 - 04/02/21 02:07 PM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
varminter .223 Online
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Registered: 03/01/10
Posts: 2873
Loc: south central Illinois
The problems exist in liberal cities where guns are already banned which is proof gun control doesn't work. The ruling class knows that. They don't care about any part of your live other than they want to tax and rule you. Gun control isn't about controlling guns it about controlling people. The same jack azzes that promote gun control also promote abortion. You do the math. People are really too ignorant to see that.


Edited by varminter .223 (04/02/21 02:09 PM)

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#3275303 - 04/02/21 07:46 PM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
obaro Offline
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Registered: 09/14/04
Posts: 1555
Loc: Monument kansas
Weapon of war.... at one time in history just about everything was a weapon of war from rocks to sharp sticks to what we have now.

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#3275319 - 04/03/21 12:43 AM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
SubpaR Offline
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Registered: 09/27/15
Posts: 363
Loc: Hays, KS
obaro is like that quiet farm kid you/I went to school with. He doesn't speak up very often, but when he does it's probably worth listening to.

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#3275323 - 04/03/21 08:07 AM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
jsh Offline
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Registered: 11/22/03
Posts: 300
Loc: Kansas U.S. of A
Killed with the jaw bone of an a s s, if they would research that they may possibly see the light, but I doubt it.
I make it a habit to steer clear, not associate with folks that can’t see the forest because of the trees.

Opposite to you gents west of me, beautiful country around Hays and Monument. Yet I hear people all the time say there is nothing to see out there. They see only what they want too. They don’t really look.

I live close enough to Lawrence (Kansas answer to California) to see enough hippies. I know a handful of the non shaving/bathing types, men and women,lol. There are some you can truly discuss things, even with opposite opinions. Then there are those that will absolutely not even hear what you have to say.

I will discuss, but will not waste the time on an argument.


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#3275436 - 04/04/21 11:00 PM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
Foxpro.223 Offline
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Registered: 07/30/15
Posts: 1376
Loc: WY
Historically speaking, the most murder, death, mayhem and destruction has been caused by governments.

Just sayin.
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#3275455 - 04/05/21 10:54 AM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: Foxpro.223]
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Registered: 12/22/13
Posts: 2043
Loc: so.mn
"Gun control" has nothing to due with "keeping us safe", which is the democrat mantra. This is and has been an agenda to dismantle the U.S.Constitution and forever end our written guaranteed God given rights. The democrats were willing to join with groups whose goal is the elimination of the western Judeo Christian civilization in order to advance the 2030 reset. There cannot be citizens with firearms in their homes, or even a middle-class in a socialist society. There will not be free and fair elections, the government will not be by and for the people when the democrats reach their goals. You think you will "escape" to a "free state". When the Great Reset(Green New Deal) is complete, state law/rights will be gone. Part of the "infrastructure bill" is power and information grid control, no where will you be able to control the basic utilities in your home. The government will just cut you off until you surrender.

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#3275478 - 04/05/21 05:15 PM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: spotstalkshoot]
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Murders in the U.S. in 2019 by weapon used (most recent stats) https://www.statista.com/statistics/195325/murder-victims-in-the-us-by-weapon-used/

13,297 murders in 2019
Weapons used more than rifles:

+17x by handguns
4 times as many murdered by knifes
almost 2x as many killed by hands/fists/feet
a few more killed by clubs and hammers

Drunk drivers account for (10,142) 28% of the total vehicle fatalities (36,096) in 2019.

So, in 2019 10,213 people were murdered by all firearms combined, and 10,142 people were killed by drunk drivers, which is almost the same.

Yet, I don't hear anyone clammering to ban alcohol.
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#3275517 - 04/06/21 12:36 PM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
skinney Offline
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Registered: 12/21/09
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Loc: South Dakota
Next time tell her the 10lbs of enriched uranium that was used in Hiroshima, is a fraction, A FRACTION of what is currently onboard REAL Weapons of War, and that they're scattered throughout the word. If she's worried about a few semi auto 556 pee shootin piss ant rifles, give her something bigger. Although I'm sure her brain couldn't handle it, the liberal mindset is much too small you know.
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#3275530 - 04/06/21 03:03 PM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
BrianID Offline
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Registered: 12/03/18
Posts: 316
Loc: El Paso, TX/Idaho
Yellowhammer,

I don’t drink so on the surface prohibition wouldn’t affect me. The problem is liberals don’t own guns and have no intentions of owning guns so they think a gun ban would not affect them and they would finally be safe from mass shootings. People need to understand real risks in life instead of believing the inflated risks the media tells them to be scared off. Life is full of risks and sometimes the benefits out way the risks.

Stalin, Hitler and Mao we all proponents of gun control. If our government infringes on our 2nd amendment, they will have to take our guns from many citizens cold dead hands. Many gun owners would rather go down fighting with a gun in their hand than risk being herded like cattle to a dictators concentration camp. Even if they have the votes to “buy back assault weapons” it will be a nightmare to enforce. Many in law enforcement and government will side with gun owners.


Edited by BrianID (04/06/21 03:05 PM)

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#3275591 - 04/07/21 04:59 PM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: BrianID]
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The two statements I hate to hear the most from liberal politicians is 1) "If we can safe just one life...."
2). "Everybody needs to pay their fair share...."

Nobody every comes back asks them to explain why they don't try to "safe just one life" by out lawing alcohol, driving or you name it, or what the "fair share" is for the half of the population that pays no taxes.
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#3275597 - 04/07/21 06:22 PM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
Foxpro.223 Offline
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Registered: 07/30/15
Posts: 1376
Loc: WY
Like previously stated...it's never been about safety or the "greater good" because it can't be.

There could never be a good outcome for the greater good when good people are disarmed or criminalized when the gubmints are infested with crooks, conartists, and assorted flavors of tyrants.

It's true the times have changed, but human nature hasn't changed and is still the same as it will always be.
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#3275615 - 04/08/21 06:15 AM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: Foxpro.223]
filmit Offline
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Registered: 03/29/03
Posts: 317
Loc: utah
I think it's pretty much unanimous that none of us want to see needless killing. Roughly 40,000 firearm fatalities occur each year, that includes accidental shootings, shootings by police in the line of duty, suicides and homicides. 40,000 people killed is way too many. However if we are serious about wanting to save lives it can be done very easily. Compare those 40,000 firearm deaths to the approximately one-million unborn and new born babies that are callously and brutally murdered every year. 40,000 vs. 1,000,000? It's a no brainer.

The large majority of people who want guns banned are liberal commicrats and those same people almost to an individual are absolute in their belief that abortion should remain law. So if we really want to get serious about saving lives then let's start where we can easily save the most lives, STOP MURDERING CHILDREN!

What can be more evil than the killing of helpless and innocent unborn children? Defending abortion rights makes one complicit in the killing of each and every one of those babies. Bring that comparison up the next time someone tells you that guns are evil instruments of destruction. They will automatically bring up the "what about rape, and incest?" line. That argument is ridiculous. There are very few cases of those instances and I guarantee you that for every baby aborted there is a loving home that would happily adopt and care for them. Stop abortion first and then we will tackle firearm deaths.

There is one reason and one reason only why a government wants to disarm its citizens. They know that if they attempt to do to us what they really want to do, they would get shot for it.

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#3275616 - 04/08/21 08:00 AM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: pyscodog]
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Why is this even here?
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#3275622 - 04/08/21 11:50 AM Re: Weapons of War and Mass Destruction [Re: willy1947]
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Originally Posted By: willy1947


Why is this even here?




why dont you tell us the reasons it shouldnt be?
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