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Posts by JustinW

True, though the worst school massacre was in 1928 at Bath Township Elementary.
I don't have an AR or any interest in owning one. I do have plenty of AUG factory mags though!
Interesting perspective: http://www.boston.com/community/blogs/crime_punishment/2012/08/no_increase_in_mass_shootings.html
Ruger has a better business model and structure.
Yup. Pre-ban stock-piling, just like the 1996-2006 Assault Weapons Ban.
The price gouging has begun - Cheaper than Dirt now wants $59 for a PMag.
Perry on concealed carry in schools: http://www.tmdailypost.com/article/rick-perry/rick-perry-teachers-should-be-able-carry-concealed-handguns
I'm not sure how accurate the article is, though I'll post for relevance: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/29/us/29texas.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1&
When you live in Texas, you a accept that there are almost always armed strangers around you and your kids. In most cases, they are legally armed - so have been vetted by the FBI, trained and examined to meet the state's requirements. At school, the only people armed are doing so illegally ... and are probably involved in other illegal activities. Personally, I would like to see the training be a lot more extensive and the testing a lot tougher.
It is illegal to carry a firearm on school property unless you are a police officer in almost all cases. That's why all the parents and teachers leave their firearms locked in the cars in the parking lot. Everyone knows schools are a 'soft target' for one of these insane killing sprees. Unlike the park, bus, a walk down the street, the local mall or kids' sports game, you know that all the law-abiding citizens have disarmed.
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