Don't worry, SF says you can forget about your guns:
Take all of the guns. All of them. - Page 100
Eventually guns will become more, and more a thing of the past as technology advances. Even wars will be fought with machines like drones. I guess guns will make a huge comeback when skynet goes live.
It is not a "Paris style" attack...
The Paris attacks were perpetrated by a coordinated team who had access to preparation, logistics and a modicum of training, this is one lonely dude who barely left his area to kill people using no specific contacts and a gun store. Please.
Edited by Fuuma - 6/14/16 at 10:42am
A friend forwarded me this one...
But very few gun shop owners do anything close to Stelmach’s sniff test — and he acknowledged how easy it is to find another gun shop owner willing to make the sale.
Very easy. In fact, as Philadelphia Daily News columnist Helen Ubinas showed today, you can get a military weapon in seven minutes in this country.
I wish I could get a gun in seven minutes. Last time I bought one, the ATF check took 25 minutes. Also, the AR15 is not a military weapon. It is the civilian variant.
Bullshit. I shot all day with hearing protection, and something like an AR15 is quiet with hearing protection, and there is no way he bruised his shoulder.
If you can't control the gun in semi-auto, there is no way you're going to shoot dozens of people in full auto mode. The AR15's trigger is no easier to pull than most handguns.
For reference, this guy shoots 65 rounds per second:
I always wore and wear plugs. Sometimes when sporting clay shooting I don't, but a lot of mechanical noises like a lawn mower or vacuum cleaner cause my ears to ring if I don't wear hearing protection. The point is the gun doesn't sound like an explosion or big bomb with hearing protection.