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Yep, you can't deviate from the agenda and that agenda is to disarm citizens so the politicians no longer fear the populace. Yes, that's the agenda. Won't happen, but they are trying.Have a fabulous day. ☺
The truth has ALWAYS been inconvenient to the left.
I have never heard of this. Sad
It's the solution to the problem.But liberals hate it, so they will run with a solution the doesn't work - but supports a theory that they have.
No, i hadn't heard of this. But i know our church is talking about security details, and want some of the deacons to get concealed carry permits and use them. So sad that we have to do it. So sad that, if you do, they will dismiss your efforts.
Wait....all the shooting stories we have to hear every week and none of us heard this?If this isn't media bias, I don't know what is. WOW....thanks, Cube.
I never heard about it/her. I also never hear about the 10000 to 1 events where a gun saves someone(s) vs kills someone in a criminal encounter.I gotta tell you it's mind boggling that anyone believes that any level of "gun control" will save unarmed people in totally unprotected venues like schools. I mean, it is actually freaking painful to think that anyone actually believes that this is the answer.
Sandee: Disarmament is the agenda. I hope there are enough of us willing to stand for our rights,
Wooster man (Odie): Absolutely. They are truth averse.
Jan: Well now you know. Thank goodness for the internet.
LL: I hear ya. We hear that the road to hell is paved with well intentions., but sometI'm es the intentions aren't so good.
Messymimi: I know. It's sad that we have to entertain such thoughts.
Z: It's worse than we know. We're so being played.
Kid: I agree. Only an idiot relinquishes their ability to defend their life. As a woman, I am even more alert to concerns of defending myself against a larger opponent and welcome my S&W equalizer.
Cube. Check out the Springfield Armory XD SeriesI have a 4.5 inch .40 cal. Gettng to the point. The dafety mechanism is on the back of the grip with a sliding mechanism that is engaged when you grip the pitol in the normal way. You can see that slide in the picture. There is a 2nd safety mechanism on the trigger which you can also see in the picture. Result - If you are not gripping the pistol in the normal way that you intend to fire it, it will not fire. It won't fire if you drop it or any other situation where you are not intentionally gripping it and have your finger on the trigger.No levers to move. No nothing. Grip it and rip it. This is what you want in a tense suitution. You don't want to have to wonder if your safety is on or off when some vermin is about to do you harm. Plus, we also have an S&W .22 that has failed to looad on occasion. We have a Bersa .380 that has failed to load on occasion.The Springfield has never failed in anyway form the day we took it out of its case. In Ohio, we are able to have it equipped with a 16 round mag. So 16 +_1. Our SW 22 takes 10 and the Bersa takes 7.At this point, I think I'm only going to buy Springfields. Glocks are Ok too. Maybe some others that I don't have experience with. I love the Springfield safety mechanism. No thinking at all. Grip it and rip it.
Other things we never hear about are all the murders and mayhem committed by knives, hammers, fists, vehicles and etc., etc. Only shootings make front page news.
Cube - I hadn't heard this one. Good for her.
Kid: I carry a Smith & Wesson 636 and the safety is me not putting my finger on the trigger unless I plan to shoot.
Granny Annie: True. Can't ban knives, baseball bats, sticks, or fists.
Sue Hanes: Good for her, indeed.
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