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|Topic subject||is there a gun in your home?|
12689706, is there a gun in your home?|
Posted by Deadzombie, Sun Jan-04-15 06:36 PM
how old is too young a young person to be trained to use a handgun?
should they even start with a handgun?
12689723, yes we have guns.|
Posted by deejboram, Sun Jan-04-15 06:59 PM
dont start on a handgun.
start on a bolt action 22LR rifle
a lil Savage Rascal is nice
proper age is between 5 & 7
handguns come in teenage years and even then you start with 22LR
12689782, Although I got a very good lesson by handling a 357|
Posted by Mgmt, Sun Jan-04-15 09:26 PM
Long before teen years. Firing that one will knock kid on ass and teach respect of firearms
>dont start on a handgun.
>start on a bolt action 22LR rifle
>a lil Savage Rascal is nice
>proper age is between 5 & 7
>handguns come in teenage years and even then you start with
12689727, most kids transition from a BB/pellet gun to a .22 rifle|
Posted by GriftyMcgrift, Sun Jan-04-15 07:01 PM
i learned to shoot with a .22
they make some very nice .22 pistols as well that would be what i suggest as the next step
Posted by Mgmt, Sun Jan-04-15 08:39 PM
>i learned to shoot with a .22
>they make some very nice .22 pistols as well that would be
>what i suggest as the next step
12689778, First gun I ever shot was a .22 rifle at 12 out hunting with my father|
Posted by Lach, Sun Jan-04-15 09:19 PM
I was like Elmer Fudd getting ticked off I couldn't hit a rabbit to save my life while my father was always a dead eye. Took me a long time to get good.
12689785, i still remember when i finally learned how to breathe|
Posted by GriftyMcgrift, Sun Jan-04-15 09:35 PM
while shooting. like all of a sudden things were way easier
12689738, shouldnt start with a handgun and in my house, no, never has been|
Posted by ConcreteCharlie, Sun Jan-04-15 07:15 PM
i grew up around a lot of people with guns and learned a bit about them but a gun in a moroccan's house? nah, we got fiery ass tempers for that. i never saw the need. we lived in a lower middle class neighborhood with some petty crime but a shooting was extremely rare. i just don't see things aligning right for me to use a gun in a constructive way and i never was real into the leisure side of them. shooting range is just a noisy ass place. my dad grew up with guns (was raised on a farm in montgomery county) from a real young age but he never had them as an adult. his best friend took him shooting a couple times when i was a really little kid but he hasn't fired a gun in 30 years now. just not our thing, i guess.
12689744, nah. |
Posted by Government Name, Sun Jan-04-15 07:22 PM
12689774, what will you do when the rapture happens?|
Posted by Deadzombie, Sun Jan-04-15 09:10 PM
you're met with fire power?
you need to protect your family from more than human-force?
12689780, prolly die. |
Posted by Government Name, Sun Jan-04-15 09:21 PM
12689783, well, you know what i always say ...|
Posted by Deadzombie, Sun Jan-04-15 09:31 PM
Posted by SHAstayhighalways, Mon Jan-05-15 12:01 AM
Posted by KiloMcG, Mon Jan-05-15 12:23 PM
12689750, nope but ive had them in my house|
Posted by Ezzsential, Sun Jan-04-15 08:09 PM
my ex had a duffle bag of em in my closet n when i found it i flipped
then my boy brought one over and tried to show me how to use it
i dont have colors
12689752, .22 lr with a scope and a flashlight taped to the barrel|
Posted by murderbear, Sun Jan-04-15 08:10 PM
I'm on that midnight marauder shit.
Death to all raccoons stepping on my deck
Mi kill pussyclaat fi fun
Posted by ndibs, Sun Jan-04-15 08:12 PM
retail tagging gun.
it attaches those little plastic strings to tags to clothing.
i use it for where i sell clothing locally.
Posted by Deadzombie, Sun Jan-04-15 08:16 PM
Posted by ConcreteCharlie, Sun Jan-04-15 08:47 PM
Posted by handle, Sun Jan-04-15 08:18 PM
I have a single machete.
12689764, Yes, a glock named Ana|
Posted by Kira, Sun Jan-04-15 08:47 PM
I've had my eyes on a Strykezone 380.
Posted by ConcreteCharlie, Sun Jan-04-15 11:57 PM
Posted by ConcreteCharlie, Sun Jan-04-15 11:57 PM
12689856, Why is it frightening?|
Posted by Kira, Mon Jan-05-15 06:41 AM
12689781, Yes, one 9mm pistol, one .380 pistol, and a 12 gauge shotgun|
Posted by Lach, Sun Jan-04-15 09:23 PM
and I carry the 9mm everywhere that I'm allowed. Good ol south.
12689784, waits for NYC OKps to post and out themselves|
Posted by ShawndmeSlanted, Sun Jan-04-15 09:35 PM
while another okp calls the cops on em for lolz
12690135, exactly! it's a damn shame to think that way|
Posted by sixteenstone, Mon Jan-05-15 01:18 PM
But that was also my reaction.
12689806, I own quite a few guns!|
Posted by homer_pimpson225, Sun Jan-04-15 10:35 PM
I received my first gun - a .22 bolt action rifle - when I was 11 years old, then my first shotgun - a .410 pump action- when I was 13. When my son is around 11 or 12, a .22 rifle will also be his first gun.
I don't think a handgun as a child's first firearm is good idea. I didn't receive my first pistol - a .22 rimfire semi-auto - until I was 14.
12689808, 9mm Chrome Taurus! |
Posted by Case_One, Sun Jan-04-15 10:39 PM
"America, stop turning our Court Houses of Justice into Dens for Justified Murderers."
12689811, What Would Jesus Pack?|
Posted by CRichMonkey, Sun Jan-04-15 10:53 PM
Your love for the lord must not be that deep if you feel like you gotta keep the toast close.
my avy: Deep in your heart, you know he's right: http://coreyrichardsonneedsajob.com/
my hustle: http://SupaSoulSounds.com
*RIP: John T. "220v" Richardson, Blessing Benson, and Dilla*
12689814, What happened to you?|
Posted by Mgmt, Sun Jan-04-15 11:37 PM
>Your love for the lord must not be that deep if you feel like
>you gotta keep the toast close.
>my avy: Deep in your heart, you know he's right:
>my hustle: http://SupaSoulSounds.com
>*RIP: John T. "220v" Richardson, Blessing Benson, and Dilla*
Posted by ternary_star, Mon Jan-05-15 09:09 AM
you never disappoint, man
12689810, Just these two pythons.|
Posted by Monkey Genius, Sun Jan-04-15 10:46 PM
12689854, I live in Pennsylvania.|
Posted by 8-bit, Mon Jan-05-15 06:26 AM
12689881, Murrica loves some guns|
Posted by MiracleRic, Mon Jan-05-15 09:06 AM
i don't do guns anymore
i was on a rifle team in high school
and carried a handgun for a couple years
but don't plan on owning any anymore
12689882, of course....a couple of em|
Posted by ambient1, Mon Jan-05-15 09:08 AM
12689895, No. I don't believe in that shit.|
Posted by Hitokiri, Mon Jan-05-15 09:31 AM
And honestly I'm a bit surprised so many people (so far) have posted saying they do own guns.
How do ya'll feel about gun reform then? A ban on handguns?
12690129, Why are you surprised? Think about the statistics|
Posted by ConcreteCharlie, Mon Jan-05-15 01:14 PM
Look at the ratio of guns to people in the United States and the proportion of homes with guns in them. It does not surprise me at all.
12689897, yes but im donating them to charity|
Posted by guru0509, Mon Jan-05-15 09:41 AM
12689904, nah...i'll probably never own one but|
Posted by gumz, Mon Jan-05-15 10:01 AM
i definitely want to learn how to use them. it's just one of those skills i feel i should have like swimming or riding a bike
12689906, nope, but i debate about owning on in my head|
Posted by Calico, Mon Jan-05-15 10:02 AM
...right now i'd just like to be trained to fire a few...
Posted by morpheme, Mon Jan-05-15 11:40 AM
12690012, no we're a bladed weapon and blunt object household|
Posted by veritas, Mon Jan-05-15 11:42 AM
12690075, no, but i go to a gun range every so often |
Posted by Zion3Lion, Mon Jan-05-15 12:27 PM
12690163, I was 10 when my grandpa taught me. |
Posted by Starbaby Jones, Mon Jan-05-15 01:38 PM
He started with a rifle, though. I probably didn't shoot a handgun until I was like 13. I don't have one now, but that's b/c it hasn't been a high purchase priority.