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A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
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Date: February 09, 2019 05:24PM

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Huh??? ()
Date: February 09, 2019 06:27PM

I'm confused...

So, when some skell gets the drop on me and I'm staring down the barrel, I'm not supposed to be afraid?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Combat Vet ()
Date: February 09, 2019 07:37PM

Huh??? Wrote:
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> I'm confused...
>
> So, when some skell gets the drop on me and I'm
> staring down the barrel, I'm not supposed to be
> afraid?


If you take the time to be afraid, you're dead.

There is time to be afraid while you wait, you channel that when time to act. That is the difference between the real deal and the Hollywood version. Since there is a 99.999% chance you'll never experience the real deal, why are you afraid of an inanimate object?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: I am not amused ()
Date: February 09, 2019 08:13PM

The left would rather people be victims than to protect themselves. I am getting old and my reactions have slowed. However, when I go to the range, I see my eyesight hasn't deteriorated and a firearm is now the best way for me to handle an intruder. Warren, Booker, Harris and every other leftist can kiss my fucking ass. I will not give up my so called "assault weapon" for their political gain. Democrats are idiots who have this utopian belief that laws will stop crime and that ultimately people will join hands and sing campfire songs. Believe that bullshit if you want. As for me, I'll defend myself as I see best and if it means keeping a firearm in my home, that is none of your business.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Facts ()
Date: February 09, 2019 08:37PM

In 1968, the U.K. passed laws that reduced the number of licensed firearm owners, and thus reduced firearm availability. U.K. homicide rates have steadily risen since then. 9 Ironically, firearm use in crimes has doubled in the decade after the U.K. banned handguns. (Weapons sell for just £50 as suspects and victims grow ever younger, The Times, August 24, 2007)



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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Huh??? ()
Date: February 09, 2019 10:58PM

Combat Vet Wrote:
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> Huh??? Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I'm confused...
> >
> > So, when some skell gets the drop on me and I'm
> > staring down the barrel, I'm not supposed to be
> > afraid?
>
>
> If you take the time to be afraid, you're dead.
>
> There is time to be afraid while you wait, you
> channel that when time to act. That is the
> difference between the real deal and the Hollywood
> version. Since there is a 99.999% chance you'll
> never experience the real deal, why are you afraid
> of an inanimate object?

You don't know my life. What I have seen, done and experienced and I don't know yours.

Obviously, if someone has received professional training, they know what to do.

The subject here is a fear of weapons...I only fear weapons that are threatening me.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Combat Vet ()
Date: February 09, 2019 11:17PM

Huh??? Wrote:
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> Combat Vet Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Huh??? Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I'm confused...
> > >
> > > So, when some skell gets the drop on me and
> I'm
> > > staring down the barrel, I'm not supposed to
> be
> > > afraid?
> >
> >
> > If you take the time to be afraid, you're dead.
> >
> > There is time to be afraid while you wait, you
> > channel that when time to act. That is the
> > difference between the real deal and the
> Hollywood
> > version. Since there is a 99.999% chance you'll
> > never experience the real deal, why are you
> afraid
> > of an inanimate object?
>
> You don't know my life. What I have seen, done and
> experienced and I don't know yours.
>
> Obviously, if someone has received professional
> training, they know what to do.
>
> The subject here is a fear of weapons...I only
> fear weapons that are threatening me.


Then the title probably doesn't apply to you. Glad you let us know that.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Facts ()
Date: February 10, 2019 08:16AM

Myth: So-called Assault weapons are a serious problem in the U.S.

Fact: In 1994, before the Federal “assault weapons ban,” you were eleven (11) times more likely to be beaten to death than to be killed by an “assault weapon.” (Based on death rates reported by CDC and FBI Uniform Crime Statistics and estimating from state-level reporting on the percent of crimes involving types of firearms)

Fact: In the first 7 years since the ban was lifted, murders declined 43%, violent crime 43%, rapes 27% and robberies 49%. (FBI Uniform Crime Statistics, Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics – UCR Data Online, 1995-2012)

Fact: Nationally, “assault weapons” were used in 1.4% of crimes involving firearms and 0.25% of all violent crime before the enactment of any national or state “assault weapons” ban. In many major urban areas (San Antonio, Mobile, Nashville, etc.) and some entire states (Maryland, New Jersey, etc.) the rate is less than 0.1%. (Targeting Guns, Gary Kleck, Aldine Transaction, 1997, compilation of 48 metropolitan police departments from 1980-1994)

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Crazy Uncle Joe ()
Date: February 10, 2019 08:31AM

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dear whackjobs... ()
Date: February 10, 2019 08:41AM

It's been a while since we had an AR-15 mass killing. At least one large enough to receive any actual media attention. How long do you think we can go without one?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dumb Dems ()
Date: February 10, 2019 09:45AM

Dear whackjobs... Wrote:
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> It's been a while since we had an AR-15 mass
> killing. At least one large enough to receive any
> actual media attention. How long do you think we
> can go without one?


These will continue as long as the media gives these murderous basturds their 15-minutes of fame. The last couple that were caught claimed they wanted to outdo the previous. If the media refused to mention their name, they will stop. They can mention anything else about them, but their name or even their photo. They are only looking for attention in their pathetic little lives.

Not a single law proposed by the Dems would have or will make a difference. The first of these school shootings happened in the middle of Clinton's assault weapons ban. All the murderers obtained their weapons either legally or through means already illegal (but not enforced).

More gun-control laws is like saying, "they are speeding too often on this road, so we'll just lower the speed limit, that will fix it." When the solution is much simpler, post police there to enforce the law. Speeding will decrease significantly.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: not a coward ()
Date: February 10, 2019 10:26AM

I like it when the pro gun guys always talk about some fantasy they have in their little minds. It always seems to involve someone breaking into their house and raping their daughter or wife. Gun guys seem to be obsessed with rape. Maybe all that fear makes them think that way.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Yes, You *Are* A Coward ()
Date: February 10, 2019 10:43AM

not a coward Wrote:
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> I like it when the pro gun guys always talk about
> some fantasy they have in their little minds. It
> always seems to involve someone breaking into
> their house and raping their daughter or wife. Gun
> guys seem to be obsessed with rape. Maybe all that
> fear makes them think that way.

I like it when the anti-gunners talk about their fantasy of calling the police for assistance should a crisis arise, not realizing that the police will take way too long to show up. I also like when they propose universal background checks to prevent criminals from getting guns.

Anti-gunners seem obsessed with control. Being raised in the belief that big govt will always provide and protect makes them think that way.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: GUNS = DEATH ()
Date: February 10, 2019 10:49AM

The point is simply HARM-REDUCTION, and as usual, the dull-witted gun-people can't think of a single thing that might help reduce the horrendous toll that guns end up taking year after year. It's almost as if they aren't even trying.

'Smart-guns' for instance could be set to allow only a particular person in a particular location to fire them. That would be consistent with an individual right to self-defense within the home while sharply reducing the chances of any number of deadly alternative uses.

Want to guess what will come next here?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: dull witted gun person here ()
Date: February 10, 2019 10:58AM

GUNS = DEATH Wrote:
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> 'Smart-guns' for instance could be set to allow
> only a particular person in a particular location
> to fire them. That would be consistent with an
> individual right to self-defense within the home
> while sharply reducing the chances of any number
> of deadly alternative uses.
>
> Want to guess what will come next here?


I might be for that if done correctly. It has to be more than 1 person as my wife and kids also have to be able to fire my weapons. And, of course, the costs have to reasonable. I'd be willing to go up to an additional $50 a gun for that option.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: ^^^ Part of the problem... ()
Date: February 10, 2019 11:29AM

Forget it. Kids stealing unsecured guns from Daddy and then using them to kill themselves or others are part of the needless harm that sensible people seek to see reduced. If the lady of the house feels she needs a gun as well, pony up and get her a local and personal smart-gun as well.

Remember that a person must be at least 18 years of age to purchase a rifle or shotgun from a licensed firearms dealer, and to purchase a handgun from a licensed firearms dealer, a person must be at least 21 years of age.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dim Wit Dems ()
Date: February 10, 2019 11:42AM

not a coward Wrote:
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> I like it when the pro gun guys always talk about
> some fantasy they have in their little minds. It
> always seems to involve someone breaking into
> their house and raping their daughter or wife. Gun
> guys seem to be obsessed with rape. Maybe all that
> fear makes them think that way.


I love it when dim wit anti-Civil Rights people think that violence will magically disappear if they outlaw guns. Violence has been a part of the human event since the dawn of time.

The CDC studied Gun Control laws for nearly 15 years and they could not find ANY evidence that Gun Control works to curb VIOLENCE. In order to get science to work in their favor they create nonsense terms to cherry pick data that spins statistics in order to support a false conclusion.

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Re: A love of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: grill bears ()
Date: February 10, 2019 11:45AM

I use guns for hunting and target practice and keep them in a safe in my basement when not in use. These guys who feel the need to carry guns with them everywhere they go and pay money to the NRA are the real life cowards.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Official FFU FIFY'er ()
Date: February 10, 2019 11:47AM

^^^ Part of the problem... Wrote:
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> Forget it. Kids stealing unsecured guns from
> Daddy and then using them to kill themselves or
> others are part of the needless harm that sensible
> people seek to see reduced. If the lady of the
> house feels she needs a gun as well, pony up and
> get her a local and personal smart-gun as well.
>
> Remember that a person must be at least 18 years
> of age to purchase a rifle or shotgun from a
> licensed firearms dealer, and to purchase a
> handgun from a licensed firearms dealer, a person
> must be at least 21 years of age.
I'm just another crazy anti-gun coward.


FIFY

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Re: A love of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Idiots ...... ()
Date: February 10, 2019 12:01PM

grill bears Wrote:
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> I use guns for hunting and target practice and
> keep them in a safe in my basement when not in
> use. These guys who feel the need to carry guns
> with them everywhere they go and pay money to the
> NRA are the real life cowards.


And what the fuck does that have to do with violence reduction??????? So you don't carry a gun, unless you are shooting Bambi. Well, I'm happy for you.

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Re: A love of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dim Wit Dems ()
Date: February 10, 2019 12:33PM

Idiots ...... Wrote:
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> grill bears Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I use guns for hunting and target practice and
> > keep them in a safe in my basement when not in
> > use. These guys who feel the need to carry guns
> > with them everywhere they go and pay money to
> the
> > NRA are the real life cowards.
>
>
> And what the fuck does that have to do with
> violence reduction??????? So you don't carry a
> gun, unless you are shooting Bambi. Well, I'm
> happy for you.


See, that's where you are wrong. Dim Wit Dems don't give a shit about reducing VIOLENCE or solving any problem. Dim Wit Dems only want to push their own agenda through PROPAGANDA.

They create BLM to protest and cause mayhem because less than 1% of Blacks killed are wrongfully killed by police. Yet over 92% of Blacks killed are killed by other Blacks. What do Dim Wit Dems have to say? SILENCE!

Dim Wit Dems solution to suicide is to outlaw guns and all suicides will go away. Australia outlawed nearly all private ownership of guns and in 20 years they experienced no statically significant reduction in suicides overall. In fact in some years suicides actually went up. Hangings replaced guns as the number one method to commit suicide. Guess what, ropes work just as well when someone wants to kill themselves. Rational people want to concentrate on the causes of suicides, but not Dim Wit Dems, gun-control is their answer.

Guns have been in North America for over 400 years, yet school shooting starting 1997 (ironically during the Dim Wit Dems assault weapons band and 7 years after Dim Wit Dems outlawed guns on school property). What is the Dim Wit Dems solution? Guns are causing this, it just took 400 years to sink in.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Harm-reduction ()
Date: February 10, 2019 02:02PM

^^^ more testimonials to the sheer ignorance of guntards.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dim Wit Dems ()
Date: February 10, 2019 02:12PM

Harm-reduction Wrote:
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> ^^^ more testimonials to the sheer ignorance of
> guntards.


Typical LIBTURD response, unable to use logic they just respond with childish name calling.

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Re: A love of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: not a coward ()
Date: February 10, 2019 02:57PM

Idiots ...... Wrote:
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> grill bears Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I use guns for hunting and target practice and
> > keep them in a safe in my basement when not in
> > use. These guys who feel the need to carry guns
> > with them everywhere they go and pay money to
> the
> > NRA are the real life cowards.
>
>
> And what the fuck does that have to do with
> violence reduction??????? So you don't carry a
> gun, unless you are shooting Bambi. Well, I'm
> happy for you.

I think he was trying to point out that not all gun owners are ignorant cowards. Most gun owners are ignorant cowards but maybe 8% of them are not. Like police officers and shit.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Harm-reduction ()
Date: February 10, 2019 03:11PM

Dim Wit Dems Wrote:
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> Typical LIBTURD response, unable to use logic they just
> respond with childish name calling.

Childish names are applied to childish posters. There is no defense of continuing gun-related carnage. Those who can’t find the will to help reduce the harm being done are deserving of ridicule.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: pointing out the obvious ()
Date: February 10, 2019 03:13PM

If all it took was just one more law, the one about murder being illegal would've fixed it.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: questions for you ()
Date: February 10, 2019 03:15PM

Harm-reduction Wrote:
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> Dim Wit Dems Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Typical LIBTURD response, unable to use logic
> they just
> > respond with childish name calling.
>
> Childish names are applied to childish posters.
> There is no defense of continuing gun-related
> carnage. Those who can’t find the will to help
> reduce the harm being done are deserving of
> ridicule.


Are you pro life or pro choice? How many people are murderd every year in the U.S. with a firearm?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Have A Nice Day ()
Date: February 10, 2019 03:29PM

Life was good
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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dumb Asses ()
Date: February 10, 2019 03:29PM

Harm-reduction Wrote:
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> Dim Wit Dems Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Typical LIBTURD response, unable to use logic
> they just
> > respond with childish name calling.
>
> Childish names are applied to childish posters.
> There is no defense of continuing gun-related
> carnage. Those who can’t find the will to help
> reduce the harm being done are deserving of
> ridicule.

More gibberish nonsense from a fucking liberal fool. The pro-gun people are the ONLY ONES looking for solutions. LIBTURDS like yourself only spew the bullshit that your BILLIONAIRE MASTERS tell you to say.

Name just one of your ideas that would've prevented mass school murders.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: the libtard mentality ()
Date: February 10, 2019 03:43PM

Everything we value in this country is protected by someone wearing a gun. Except schools. Apparently the best way to protect children is to put up a sign announcing to the world that they are unprotected.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Empty chambers ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:00PM

Still no plans for harm-reduction. Just more of the usual childish babble. No wonder you clods think you need guns.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: HS diploma. ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:03PM

the libtard mentality Wrote:
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> Everything we value in this country is protected
> by someone wearing a gun. Except schools.
> Apparently the best way to protect children is to
> put up a sign announcing to the world that they
> are unprotected.


Well since American schools are by far the safest place children can be maybe you are right. These shootings make the news but the reality is that American kids are safest when they are at school, far safer than at home or anywhere else.

http://www.cjcj.org/news/5368

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: honest question ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:07PM

Empty chambers Wrote:
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> Still no plans for harm-reduction. Just more of
> the usual childish babble. No wonder you clods
> think you need guns.


How about an honest discussion about why there is such a lack of respect for human life these days. Oh, that's right. Liberals aren't honest about anything.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: interesting ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:09PM

HS diploma. Wrote:
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> the libtard mentality Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Everything we value in this country is
> protected
> > by someone wearing a gun. Except schools.
> > Apparently the best way to protect children is
> to
> > put up a sign announcing to the world that they
> > are unprotected.
>
>
> Well since American schools are by far the safest
> place children can be maybe you are right. These
> shootings make the news but the reality is that
> American kids are safest when they are at school,
> far safer than at home or anywhere else.
>
> http://www.cjcj.org/news/5368

Interesting, yet libtards still want to ban an item that is the least responsible for shootings.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: even more interesting ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:12PM

Now why would the socialists that call themselves democrats not want to hear from someone who survived an assassination attempt and is still pro freedom

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2019/02/07/huh-despite-being-shot-dems-are-blocking-steve-scalise-from-testifying-on-gun-violence-n2540960

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: must be fake news ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:16PM

Here's three people that would still be alive if they had a proper means of self defense. But as we all know libtardz don't really care about life.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/24/nyregion/hammer-attack-brooklyn-restaurant.html

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: just thinking here ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:20PM

Ignoring the fact that it's illegal for a minor to possess a firearm without direct adult supervision, but something tells me these kids didn't get the gun from under their moms mattress...

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6683689/Five-children-charged-murder-shooting-death-Nashville-musician.html

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dumb Asses ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:21PM

Empty chambers Wrote:
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> Still no plans for harm-reduction. Just more of
> the usual childish babble. No wonder you clods
> think you need guns.


That's correct, you LIBTURDS have not offered even ONE idea that will do anything yet obstruct those that have REAL PLANS. What are you afraid of??????

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Carbon copies ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:22PM

And calls for harm-reduction yield only more if the same old childish babble. Sadly, this is unsurprising.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Combat Vet ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:29PM

What a bunch of pussies. You’re not a man until you take a round for your country. All I read is how chickenshit you girly men are.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Sheesh... ()
Date: February 10, 2019 04:32PM

So go hit your thumb with a hammer.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Real Combat Vet ()
Date: February 10, 2019 05:38PM

Combat Vet Wrote:
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> What a bunch of pussies. You’re not a man until
> you take a round for your country. All I read is
> how chickenshit you girly men are.


It took about 2 seconds to see that you are a fucking poser. Probably a lily-livered leftist that has never even wore the uniform of your country, whatever country that may be. Or probably a child that has no problem stealing the valor of better men than himself. Whatever the fuck you are, you are not a "combat vet".

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Facts ()
Date: February 10, 2019 06:31PM

According to the 2016 FBI Uniform Crime Report Violent Crime Table 3:

Washington DC which was ranked as Number 4 for tough Gun Control Laws is ranked as Number 1 in terms of per capita violent Crime,
California Ranked 1 in Gun Control is Ranked 16 for per capita violent crime,
CT ranked 2 for Gun Control is Ranked 47 for per capita violent crime,
Colorado Ranked 3 for Gun Control is ranked 29 for per capita violent crime,
Maryland ranked 5 for Gun Control is ranked 12 for per capita violent crime,
Massachusetts Ranked 6 for Gun Control is ranked 24 for per capita violent crime,
New Jersey ranked 7 for Gun Control is ranked 40 for per capita violent crime,
New York ranked 8 for Gun Control is ranked 25 for per capita violent crime.

It appears that it is all over the map when it comes to per capita violent crime and tough gun control laws. How closely are these two data streams linked to each other? When we compute the correlation coefficient we have 0.047. If the value was between 0.25 and 0.5 we would say that there is a MODERATE correlation between having stronger gun control laws and higher crime (if there was a correlation between LOWER crime and tougher gun control laws it would be between -0.25 and -0.5 for MODERATE linkage). However the number is ALMOST ZERO showing essentially NO LINKAGE or NO CORRELATION between per capita violent crime rates and tough (or loose) gun control laws.

HOWEVER the story doesn't end here, not when one throws racial demographics into the mix...it turns out to be roughly a 0.5 correlation between the per capita violent crime rate and the racial demographics that make up that state. This means without any bias...there is a strong correlation between race and per capita crime rate unlike an almost near non-existent correlation between tough gun control laws and per capita violent crime rates.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Libs are losers ()
Date: February 10, 2019 07:43PM

Here is a small fraction of the Defensive Gun Uses in 2019 alone …. complete with links if you wish to research …….

(2019/02/08) Tulsa (OK) jury acquits man in Valentine's Day murder trial; defense attorney argued killing was in self-defense (tulsaworld.com)
(2019/02/09) Law of Self Defense: EJ Bradford Shooting “Awful but Lawful” (AL) (legalinsurrection.com)
(2019/02/09) Valley mom holds suspect at gunpoint (Tempe, AZ) (abc15.com)
(2019/02/09) Dripping Springs (TX) couple says neighbor unlawfully shot and killed dog (cbsaustin.com)
(2019/02/08) No charges in deadly shooting inside home (Titusville, FL) (fox35orlando.com)
(2019/02/08) Pittsburgh (PA) police: Resident, suspect in Knoxville home invasion shot; suspect critical (triblive.com)
(2019/02/08) 101-year-old woman home alone during home invasion (Eight Mile, AL) (krtv.com)
(2019/02/08) Homeowner Shoots Suspected Burglar After Warning Him to Leave Several Times (Denton, NC) (wfmynews2.com)
(2019/02/08) Man Who Carjacked Woman, Ran Into Dallas (TX) Home Identified (nbcdfw.com)
(2019/02/06) Attempted carjacking turns into shootout when neighbor intervenes to help (Las Vegas, NV) (lasvegasnow.com)
(2019/02/06) Former GOP candidate pulls gun on attempted attacker (Hot Springs, AR) (fox16.com)
(2019/02/07) Prosecutor: Woman who shot, killed robber was ‘clearly justified’ (Cincinnati, OH) (wlwt.com)
(2019/02/07) Brevard County homeowner shoots 2 masked intruders, killing both (Mims, FL) (floridatoday.com)
(2019/02/07) Homeowners, including one armed with an AR-15, fight back against burglars in three Mercer County (NC) cases (bdtonline.com)
(2019/02/07) Palmetto (FL) principal has a warning for school shooters. ‘We are going to put them down’ (bradenton.com)
(2019/02/05) Nashville police: Would-be robber shot after attacking woman identified (Antioch, TN) (eu.tennessean.com)
(2019/02/05) Man charged with molesting horse, arrested with sex toy and taser (Mobile, AL) (wkrg.com)
(2019/02/06) Clerk killed during shootout with armed robber at Cleveland (OH) convenience store (cleveland19.com)
(2019/02/05) Girlfriend acted in self-defense for fatal shooting (Alexandria, MN) (duluthnewstribune.com)
(2019/02/05) Man reportedly shot in self-defense at north Tulsa (OK) apartment complex (tulsaworld.com)
(2019/02/05) Athens (GA) man fatally shot during robbery (onlineathens.com)
(2019/02/04) Henderson Co. (NC) family says neighbor should have called authorities before shooting pit bull (wlos.com)
(2019/02/05) Burglary suspect fatally shot during fourth burglary incident at Eustis (FL) home in 24 hours (wesh.com)
(2019/02/04) Homeowner holds suspected thief at gunpoint (Colorado Springs, CO) (kktv.com)
(2019/02/05) Mother and daughter cleared on murder charges in Easter 2017 shooting (Louisville, KY) (courier-journal.com)
(2019/02/04) Murder charge dismissed in Albertville (AL) shooting (whnt.com)
(2019/02/05) Pines Lakes homeowner shoots and kills intruder (Lake County, FL) (dailycommercial.com)
(2019/02/04) Husband shoots man suspected of robbing his wife on Bakertown Rd. (Nashville, TN) (fox17.com)
(2019/02/02) Thursday parish shooting being investigated (Vidalia, LA) (natchezdemocrat.com)
(2019/02/04) Armed Akron (OH) restaurant owner uses gun to scare off potential robber (cleveland.com)
(2019/02/04) Deputies: 70-Year-Old WV Woman Shot Home Invader (Hillsboro, WV) (wowktv.com)
(2019/02/03) Kokomo (IN) man fires at attempted robbery suspect in his vehicle (theindychannel.com)
(2019/02/04) Video shows Asheboro (NC) man holding burglary suspects at gunpoint outside of home (myfox8.com)
(2019/02/04) Insurance agent hit with six figure settlement after shooting homeless man (Portland, OR) (insurancebusinessmag.com)
(2019/02/03) 2 arrested in home invasion, shooting in western Las Vegas (NV) (reviewjournal.com)
(2019/02/04) A&M regent attempts to shoot burglar who broke into his Houston (TX) home (kbtx.com)
(2019/02/04) Arrest made after gun battle, violent attack inside restaurant near LSU (Baton Rouge, LA) (wbrz.com)
(2019/02/04) Man shot after attacking grandmother, say McDowell Co. (NC) deputies (wspa.com)
(2019/02/01)'Why didn't they just call the cops?' asks mom of slain Logan man (Logan, UT) (ksl.com)
(2019/02/02) Tow truck drivers' argument in Pittsburgh (PA) results in shooting; one in critical condition (triblive.com)
(2019/02/01) Man found not gulity of murder, defense says it was self-defense (St. Joseph, MO) (kq2.com)
(2019/02/01) No charges filed in Leaf Valley (MN) shooting death (echopress.com)
(2019/02/02) Southwest valley home invasion leads to shooting (Las Vegas, NV) (fox5vegas.com)
(2019/02/01) Registered sex offender shot twice by homeowner during home invasion (Elizabeth City, NC) (witn.com)
(2019/02/01) Police arrest man who stole someone's gun and pointed it at his wife (Tulsa, OK) (ktul.com)
(2019/02/01) No arrest made immediately after fatal shooting (Logan, UT) (hjnews.com)
(2019/01/31) Jonesville (SC) shooting death in May was self-defense (goupstate.com)
(2019/01/31) Man Who Shot Wife: 'That's A Big Accident' (Castle Rock, CO) (denver.cbslocal.com)
(2019/01/30) Burglar killed during Birmingham (AL) home break-in now identified (al.com)
(2019/01/30) Campobello (SC) home invasion victim encouraging women to get weapons training (wspa.com)
(2019/01/30) Retired corrections officer shoots home intruder in Queens (NY) (pix11.com)
(2019/01/30) Sequim (WA) burglary suspect held at gunpoint by homeowner until deputies arrive (komonews.com)
(2019/01/31) Person injured during early morning shootout at McDonald’s in South End (Charlotte, NC) (charlotteobserver.com)
(2019/01/29) Man reports shooting, allegedly fired back in defense (Hopkinsville, KY) (kentuckynewera.com)
(2019/01/30) Newport News (VA) woman shoots dog during reported attack (wtkr.com)
(2019/01/30) Springdale (SC) PD: Shooting appears to be ‘result of self-defense’ (wistv.com)
(2019/01/30) Car owner shoots fleeing man he saw trying to steal from his vehicle (St. Louis, MO) (stltoday.com)
(2019/01/29) Authorities investigate after off-duty deputy shoots dogs (Deltona, FL) (fox35orlando.com)
(2019/01/30) Man accused of being accomplice to slain Luling (LA) drug store robber arrested (nola.com)
(2019/01/30) Suspect burglar shot in southwest Atlanta (GA) (fox5atlanta.com)
(2019/01/29) 'Always Be Prepared,' Says Man With Gun Who Saved Man on SUV's Hood (Weston, MA) (nbcmiami.com)
(2019/01/29) Customer shoots, kills armed robber inside DeKalb County (GA) Family Dollar (ajc.com)
(2019/01/29) Food Truck Driver Shoots 2 During Robbery, Shootout in Miami-Dade (FL) (nbcmiami.com)
(2019/01/28) York shooter acquitted of murder gets no extra prison time (York City, PA) (yorkdispatch.com)
(2019/01/29) RMV suspends road-rage suspects' licenses due to "threat" to public safety (Weston, MA) (bostonherald.com)
(2019/01/28) Suspect shot by Campobello (SC) homeowner, 2 others detained after break-in (wspa.com)
(2019/01/28) ROCK HILL SHOOTING: Man shot at 72-year-old after violent encounter in Rock Hill (SC) neighborhood (wsoctv.com)
(2019/01/27) Guns and God: Growing number of churches turn to armed volunteers for security (Ava, MO) (nbcnews.com)
(2019/01/25) Homeowner fatally shoots man during fight (Bithlo, FL) (wesh.com)
(2019/01/27) A woman is recovering in the hospital after a shooting in Huntsville (AL) (whnt.com)
(2019/01/27) Home invasion leaves homeowner with gun wound (Lashmeet, WV) (bdtonline.com)
(2019/01/25) Man shoots, kills another man in defense of daughter in O’Fallon (MO) (ksdk.com)
(2019/01/26) 1 hospitalized following shooting in Miami (FL) (wsvn.com)
(2019/01/24) Homeowner holds burglary suspect at gunpoint (Ramseur, NC) (courier-tribune.com)
(2019/01/25) Suspected robber dies in shooting at Lumberton sweepstakes parlor (Lumberton, NC) (wral.com)
(2019/01/25) Lubbock (TX) Homeowner Shoots and Kills Attempted Robber (kfyo.com)
(2019/01/23) Birmingham (AL) resident kills burglar; shooting deemed justified (al.com)
(2019/01/25) (Weston, MA) Watch: Apparent Road Rage Incident on Mass. Highway (necn.com)
(2019/01/25) Alleged fibber arrested after robbery, shooting in Sumter (SC) (theitem.com)
(2019/01/25) Tulsa (OK) Man Sentenced To 25 Years In Fatal Independence Day Shooting (newson6.com)
(2019/01/23) Woman fires at would-be thieves (Bakersfield, CA) (turnto23.com)
(2019/01/22) Security guard shoots man who fired gun into crowd in northeast Dallas (TX) (dallasnews.com)
(2019/01/24) Fatal shooting of Luling (LA) drug store robber was justified (nola.com)
(2019/01/24) Dutchtown homeowners kill man who attempted to break-in (St. Louis, MO) (kmov.com)
(2019/01/23) Man acted in self-defense in shooting of death of Ahmonta Harris (Boone County, MO) (krcgtv.com)
(2019/01/24) Police: Store owner who shot would-be robber 'nothing short of a hero' (Cincinnati, OH) (wcpo.com)
(2019/01/23) Police say shooting in Home Depot parking lot occurred during attempted robbery (Fort Worth, TX) (star-telegram.com)
(2019/01/23) Two men charged with first-degree murder in November Home-Invasion Case (Helena, AR) (helena-arkansas.com)
(2019/01/18) WANTED: Suspects in home robbery after woman scares them off with a gun (Pueblo, CO) (kktv.com)
(2019/01/23) Girlfriend of man shot at downtown Orlando (FL) apartments arrested; cops say shooter acted in self-defense (orlandosentinel.com)
(2019/01/23) Moose Shot on Private Property in Pinedale (WY) Ruled Self Defense (sweetwaternow.com)
(2019/01/23) Richmond (KY) police investigate violent home invasion (wkyt.com)
(2019/01/23) Spanaway (WA) convenience store owner who shot & killed thief sentenced to 8 years in prison (komonews.com)
(2019/01/23) Fatal gas station shooting in Inkster (MI) was self-defense (freep.com)
(2019/01/23) Naked man found guilty of breaking into Accomack (VA) home (delmarvanow.com)
(2019/01/21) Festus (MO) man shoots, kill son after attack on mother (fox2now.com)
(2019/01/22) Homeowner shoots in air, scares off burglar at his Central West End home (St. Louis, MO) (ksdk.com)
(2019/01/22) Woman shoots, kills intruder in northwest Atlanta (GA), police say (ajc.com)
(2019/01/22) Jury finds Foristell (MO) woman not guilty of murder of estranged husband (fox2now.com)
(2019/01/21) Attempted drug store robber fatally shot by pharmacist in Luling (LA) (theadvocate.com)
(2019/01/18) Homeowner holds potential intruder at gunpoint until police arrive (Colorado Springs, CO) (kktv.com)
(2019/01/20) Gunman shoots man threatening women with a knife (Phoenix, AZ) (ktar.com)
(2019/01/20) Fight in Phoenix (AZ) parking lot leaves one man dead (abc15.com)
(2019/01/20) Security guard fatally shoots man outside dance studio (San Antonio, TX) (foxsanantonio.com)
(2019/01/19) Woman With Concealed Carry License Shoots At Would-Be Attacker (Chicago, IL) (chicago.cbslocal.com)
(2019/01/18) Leavenworth (WA) man shoots and kills cougar (kxly.com)
(2019/01/18) Man targeted in robbery fires back, wounds suspect (Detroit, MI) (detroitnews.com)
(2019/01/19) 3 suspects dead, another injured after homeowner opens fire during east Houston (TX) break-in (khou.com)
(2019/01/18) Man Shoots Polar Bear in Arctic Village (AK) (webcenter11.com)
(2019/01/18) Man accused of fraud chased by Harker Heights (TX) police, nearly shot by homeowner (kdhnews.com)
(2019/01/18) Richmond (VA) clerk fires gun at knife-carrying robber: ‘I had to take action’ (wtvr.com)
(2019/01/15) Parma officer and vigilante converge on suspect, leading to shooting and chase (dashcam) (Parma, OH) (cleveland19.com)
(2019/01/17) Woman arrested after shootout outside Wawa in Orlando (FL) (fox35orlando.com)
(2019/01/18) Charges dismissed in Newport (ME) convenience store shooting (bangordailynews.com)
(2019/01/17) Residents fight off burglars during home invasion, 1 still on the run (Ludlow, KY) (cincinnati.com)
(2019/01/17) 'Stand your ground' self-defense bill filed in Arkansas (Little Rock, AR) (katv.com)
(2019/01/16) Indianapolis (IN) man not charged in intruder’s deadly shooting; burglary suspects facing murder charges (cbs4indy.com)
(2019/01/17) Huntsville (AL) police release more information on IHOP shooting (rocketcitynow.com)
(2019/01/17) Home invasion suspects held gun to child's head (Jonesboro, AR) (kait8.com)
(2019/01/15) Grants Pass (OR) fatal, self-defense shooting ruled justified by District Attorney (ktvl.com)
(2019/01/17) Thief Caught and Held at Gunpoint by Homeowner (Greene County, MO) (ozarksfirst.com)
(2019/01/16) Teen cleared of murder in Sandy Township (PA) shooting (indeonline.com)
(2019/01/15) No charges for Fayetteville (NC) resident who shot would-be robber (abc11.com)
(2019/01/15) Jasper County (TX) a boy fired gunshots into ground to protect mother (ktre.com)
(2019/01/15) Raleigh (NC) a man shot in home invasion (newsobserver.com)
(2019/01/14) Suspected robber shot by employee at MetroPCS (Jacksonville, FL) (news4jax.com)
(2019/01/14) Motorcycle club member pointed gun at guards before they shot and killed him (Tacoma, WA) (thenewstribune.com)
(2019/01/15) Pastor injured, man charged after shootout at north Shelby County (TN) home (wreg.com)
(2019/01/10) Woman shoots mixed-breed pit bull after it was 'acting aggressively' in Romeoville (IL) (theherald-news.com)
(2019/01/14) Prosecutor says woman 'justified' in killing man who charged her near Spirit Lake (ID) (krem.com)
(2019/01/14) Interior Alaska homeowner confronts teen burglary suspect, fires shot (North Pole, AK) (adn.com)
(2019/01/13) Attempted robbery suspect shot in Dayton (OH) (daytondailynews.com)
(2019/01/13) Columbia County (AR) homeowner shoots man trying to steal trailer from property (magnoliareporter.com)
(2019/01/13) Man killed over football bet in Delray Beach (FL) (cbs12.com)
(2019/01/11) 90-year-old Homeowner Shot Intruder in the Leg (Berlin Twp., PA) (wnep.com)
(2019/01/12) Man shot after trying to rob Canton (MD) liquor store (baltimoresun.com)
(2019/01/12) Homeowner fatally shoots man attempting to break into home in north Houston (TX) (click2houston.com)
(2019/01/12) Neighbor who came to Jayme Closs' aid: 'We were armed and ready' for suspect to come looking (Gordon, WI) (foxnews.com)
(2019/01/12) Plainfield (CT) Police investigate home invasion (wfsb.com)
(2019/01/11) Off-Duty Officer Shoots, Injures Driver In Shopping Area Parking Lot (Westminster, CO) (denver.cbslocal.com)
(2019/01/11) Cafe employee pulls gun to protect restaurant patrons from 'crazed' man (Omaha, NE) (ketv.com)
(2019/01/11) Cleveland (OH) store owner, employee shoot at armed duo during robbery (cleveland.com)
(2019/01/11) Clearwater (FL) parking lot shooter may skip stand-your-ground hearing, argue self-defense before jury (tampabay.com)
(2019/01/11) Homeowner, robber both shot in home invasion (Conroe, TX) (click2houston.com)
(2019/01/12) Security guard shoots man in bar parking lot after put in choke hold (San Antonio, TX) (news4sanantonio.com)
(2019/01/10) Father pulls own gun and fires warning shot to scare off men trying to rob his son at gunpoint… suspects later arrested… (Hyannis, MA) (hyannisnews.com)
(2019/01/11) Concealed-carry permit holder shoots alleged armed robber in (Waukegan, IL) (chicago.suntimes.com)
(2019/01/11) Man dead in Monroe County (MS) home invasion (wtva.com)
(2019/01/10) Victim shot at suspects during robbery at well-known South St. Louis (MO) bar (kmov.com)
(2019/01/10) Suspect stealing trailer shot by owner (San Antonio, TX) (kens5.com)
(2019/01/10) MPSO IDs robbery suspect killed in shooting at Cooper Lake Grocery (Bastrop, LA) (thenewsstar.com)
(2019/01/10) Person shoots and kills 1 of 3 men attempting to burglarize southeast side home (Indianapolis, IN) (fox59.com)
(2019/01/10) Man fatally shot by woman in Fernwood previously accused of attacking cops (Chicago, IL) (abc7chicago.com)
(2019/01/09) 1 Dead Confirmed In Bound Brook (NJ) Shooting (patch.com)
(2019/01/09) Resident fires gun at intruders in attempted burglary (Madison, WI) (channel3000.com)
(2019/01/09) Man shot in domestic incident (Walterboro, SC) (walterborolive.com)
(2019/01/09) Tulsa (OK) police release body cam video of deadly Walgreens shooting (ktul.com)
(2019/01/09) Intruder identified in fatal shooting at Corpus Christi (TX) apartment complex (caller.com)
(2019/01/10) Cape Coral resident stops burglary suspect, holds at gunpoint until police arrive (cape Coral, FL) (winknews.com)
(2019/01/09) Man holds suspected car thief at gunpoint (Memphis, TN) (wmcactionnews5.com)
(2019/01/09) Man fatally shot by security guard (Rochester, NY) (democratandchronicle.com)
(2019/01/08) "Stand your ground" defense clears teen charged with murder (Johnsonville, SC) (wbtw.com)
(2019/01/09) Police Say Man Shot During Burglary In Pulaski County (KY) (lex18.com)
(2019/01/08) Thieves attacked man outside Red Lobster before deadly shootout with (off-duty) police (DeKalb County, GA) (wsbtv.com)
(2019/01/09) Azusa (CA) shootout: 1 man killed, 1 wounded after boy is fatally shot (abc7.com)
(2019/01/07) Deputies investigate death, shooting incident south of Tucson (AZ) (tucsonnewsnow.com)
(2019/01/08) Woman With Concealed Carry License Who Shot Robber Called A 'Hero' (Chicago, IL) (chicago.cbslocal.com)
(2019/01/08) Update: New Info from Police on Deadly Little Rock (AR) Shooting (kark.com)
(2019/01/08) Victim shoots at car break-in suspect who then went on crime spree (Volusia County, FL) (clickorlando.com)
(2019/01/08) Off-duty officer shot, killed attempted robber during encounter with prostitute (Albany, MA) (whdh.com)
(2019/01/07) Police Drop Capital Murder Charge Against Mississippi Teen (Meridian, MS) (usnews.com)
(2019/01/09) Feral dogs shot after killing alpacas (Lakeside, AZ) (wmicentral.com)
(2019/01/08) No charges for store owner in robbery suspect’s shooting (Stuart, FL) (m.washingtontimes.com)
(2019/01/08) Las Vegas (NV) police piecing together details of fatal shooting (reviewjournal.com)
(2019/01/08) Man held at gunpoint charged with burglary (Parkersburg, WV) (newsandsentinel.com)
(2019/01/07) Guard accidentally shot bystander after crash near Dan Ryan, police said (Chicago, IL) (chicago.suntimes.com)
(2019/01/07) KCSO: Officer fired at homeowner in Jan. 4 Powell (TN) shooting; homeowner was uninjured (wbir.com)
(2019/01/07) DA decides not to file charges against El Cajon (CA) homeowner who shot break-in suspect (10news.com)
(2019/01/07) Suspected burglar shot and killed at southside apartment complex (Corpus Christi, TX) (kristv.com)
(2018/01/07) Gov. Bill Haslam grants full clemency to Cyntoia Brown, sets Aug. 7 release from prison (Nashville, TN) (tennessean.com)
(2019/01/07) Yukon (OK) Homeowner Shoots, Kills Armed Burglary Suspect (news9.com)
(2019/01/05) Shots fired at armored truck during botched robbery attempt at Atlanta (GA) mall (ajc.com)
(2019/01/06) Man shot, killed with his own gun during robbery outside of barbershop near Greenspoint (Houston, TX) (click2houston.com)
(2019/01/07) Coroner ID’s man killed in self-defense shooting outside of child’s birthday party in Columbia (SC) Saturday (wistv.com)
(2019/01/06) Stolen car suspect held at gunpoint until police arrive; 2 others still on run (Charlotte, NC) (wsoctv.com)
(2019/01/06) Man shot to death by woman, 52, after violating protection order in Englewood (IL) (chicago.suntimes.com)
(2019/01/05) 2 shot during gun deal at Brighton (AL) gas station (al.com)
(2019/01/05) Fatal shooting outside child's birthday party in Columbia (SC) ruled self-defense (wltx.com)
(2019/01/05) Man shot in hand during his attempt to rob two people in Norfolk (VA) (13newsnow.com)
(2018/01/05) Homeowner fires shot to scare off potential home intruder, chases them to Target (Knoxville, TN) (wbir.com)
(2019/01/05) Meijer customer shoots at man who assaulted him, employees during fraud (Oshtemo Twp., MI) (mlive.com)
(2019/01/04) DA will not press charges after Kremmling (CO) rancher shoots, kills neighbor’s husky puppy (steamboatpilot.com)
(2019/01/03) Shooting shocks city (Pueblo, CO) (fowlertribune.com)
(2019/01/02) Armed good Samaritan stops suspects at Loomis (CA) grocery store (kcra.com)
(2019/01/03) Pharmacist fires warning shot at possible robber inside Charlotte (NC) drugstore (wsoctv.com)
(2019/01/04) Security guard, carjackers exchange gunfire at west Houston (TX) apartment complex (m.chron.com)
(2019/01/03) Burglar shot Wednesday night at Old Tavern (VA) home (fauquiernow.com)
(2019/01/04) Suspect arrested in connection to shootout with clerk at East Side gas station (San Antonio, TX) (lmtonline.com)
(2019/01/03) Arizona resident shoots four burglars, killing one, police say (Yuma County, AZ) (foxnews.com)
(2018/01/02) After a bloody 2017, homicides in Des Moines (IA) drop while self-defense slayings increase (desmoinesregister.com)
(2019/01/03) 3 shot in Bluefield (WV), including suspected gunman (wvva.com)
(2019/01/02) Woman says in 911 call she shot intruder after ‘he wouldn’t leave’ (Wilmington, NC) (wect.com)
(2019/01/02) Wichita (KS) teen killed by customer during armed robbery had a gun, police say (kansas.com)
(2019/01/03) Intruder shot and killed by homeowner also stole pickup, drove it across nearby properties (Ionia County, MI) (mlive.com)
(2019/01/02) Killeen (TX) homeowner shoots, kills suspected intruder (kcentv.com)
(2019/01/01) 1 injured in crash after police chase; resident fires gun, suspect remains on run (Greenville County, SC) (wyff4.com)
(2019/01/01) Lansing man killed during attempted home burglary in Ionia County (MI) (lansingstatejournal.com)
(2019/01/01) Homeowner shoots alleged Burglar in Beaumont (TX) early New Year's Day (kiiitv.com)
(2019/01/01) Customer exchanges gunfire with robbers, 1 suspect identified (Omaha, NE) (ketv.com)
(2019/01/01) Security guards kill armed man at casino-resort, police say (Las Vegas, NV) (abcnews.go.com)
(2019/01/01) CCW holder shoots robbery suspects in Logan Square (Chicago, IL) (chicagotribune.com)
(2019/01/01) Off-duty officer guarding liquor store shoots, kills gunman (Stone Mountain, GA) (660citynews.com)
(2019/01/01) 'Stand your ground': Boynton brawl leads to gunshot, but no charges (Boynton Beach, FL) (palmbeachpost.com)
(2019/01/01) Two taken to hospital after overnight shooting (Corpus Christi, TX) (kiiitv.com)
(2019/01/01) Greenville County (SC) deputies investigate shooting related to minor traffic accident (greenvilleonline.com)
(2019/01/01) Good Samaritans cornered out-of-control drunk driver, held him at gunpoint, say Portsmouth (NH) police (unionleader.com)
(2019/01/01) Man Brutally Slain By Bear Because He Lacked a Round in the Chamber (Teton County, WY) (concealednation.org)

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Real Combat Vet ()
Date: February 10, 2019 10:02PM

I earned everyone of my medals. You will RESPECT ME.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
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Date: February 10, 2019 10:09PM


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Date: February 10, 2019 10:10PM


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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: fear? ()
Date: February 11, 2019 05:19AM

Gun owners are experts on fear. They live in fear every single day.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: NoMo ()
Date: February 11, 2019 07:31AM

Gun control is just the dems latest version of Jim Crow. It's the dem way to destroy the rights of the individual. When the dems find someone doing something they don't like (blacks voting | gun ownership), and those actions are protected by the constitution (14th | 2nd amendments), the dems impose 'reasonable' restrictions (literacy tests/ poll taxes | licenses / ammo taxes, etc) to interfere with the exercise of those rights.

They call gun owners cowards, but it's gun control that's based on fear, not gun ownership.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: crickets ()
Date: February 11, 2019 07:36AM

questions for you Wrote:
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> Harm-reduction Wrote:
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> > Dim Wit Dems Wrote:
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> > > Typical LIBTURD response, unable to use logic
> > they just
> > > respond with childish name calling.
> >
> > Childish names are applied to childish posters.
> > There is no defense of continuing gun-related
> > carnage. Those who can’t find the will to
> help
> > reduce the harm being done are deserving of
> > ridicule.
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> Are you pro life or pro choice? How many people
> are murderd every year in the U.S. with a firearm?


I love how libtardz ignore real questions

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: I had to draw once ()
Date: February 11, 2019 07:53AM

At the Burke Safeway in the Glory days shopping center at 11 pm one Friday night back in 2010. Left it in the car as usual but as I was going inside a sketchy looking black guy was sitting on the benches outside. Got a funny feeling so went back to the car to get it. Went into the store, did my midnight shopping and while I was in line and unloading groceries to pay, here he comes walking through my checkout isle backwards toward me. He pushed my cart back while I was behind it and I walked backwards toward the produce section with him still coming at me. I told the cashier to call the police because I was being assaulted, and the checkout guy was like "my phone has no outside line!" So I yelled for him to call the manager (youngish, Mexican looking) who came out and tried to talk to the black guy. The black guy was mumbling incoherently about me 'calling him a nigger' which I said was bullshit. As they were talking then I went back in the checkout isle again to pay (I wasn't going to be intimidated and run out like a bitch). So here he comes again. This time I backed out toward the exit isle and as he still came at me I drew my .38 and told him to get on the ground. The look on his face was terror as he got down. I thought about kicking him in the face as I left, but then the manager started yelling at me to get the hell out of there. I yelled at him 'I told you to call the fucking police!' and he just kept saying 'get out of here'. So I left, but I was shaking all the way home and well into the night as I told my wife what happened.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Really Real Combat Vet ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:05AM

I had to draw once Wrote:
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> At the Burke Safeway in the Glory days shopping
> center at 11 pm one Friday night back in 2010.
> Left it in the car as usual but as I was going
> inside a sketchy looking black guy was sitting on
> the benches outside. Got a funny feeling so went
> back to the car to get it. Went into the store,
> did my midnight shopping and while I was in line
> and unloading groceries to pay, here he comes
> walking through my checkout isle backwards toward
> me. He pushed my cart back while I was behind it
> and I walked backwards toward the produce section
> with him still coming at me. I told the cashier
> to call the police because I was being assaulted,
> and the checkout guy was like "my phone has no
> outside line!" So I yelled for him to call the
> manager (youngish, Mexican looking) who came out
> and tried to talk to the black guy. The black guy
> was mumbling incoherently about me 'calling him a
> nigger' which I said was bullshit. As they were
> talking then I went back in the checkout isle
> again to pay (I wasn't going to be intimidated and
> run out like a bitch). So here he comes again.
> This time I backed out toward the exit isle and as
> he still came at me I drew my .38 and told him to
> get on the ground. The look on his face was
> terror as he got down. I thought about kicking
> him in the face as I left, but then the manager
> started yelling at me to get the hell out of
> there. I yelled at him 'I told you to call the
> fucking police!' and he just kept saying 'get out
> of here'. So I left, but I was shaking all the
> way home and well into the night as I told my wife
> what happened.

Cool story, bro. You ain’t a man unless you layed him down.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: cool "story" indeed ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:44AM

I had to draw once Wrote:
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> At the Burke Safeway in the Glory days shopping
> center at 11 pm one Friday night back in 2010.
> Left it in the car as usual but as I was going
> inside a sketchy looking black guy was sitting on
> the benches outside. Got a funny feeling so went
> back to the car to get it. Went into the store,
> did my midnight shopping and while I was in line
> and unloading groceries to pay, here he comes
> walking through my checkout isle backwards toward
> me. He pushed my cart back while I was behind it
> and I walked backwards toward the produce section
> with him still coming at me. I told the cashier
> to call the police because I was being assaulted,
> and the checkout guy was like "my phone has no
> outside line!" So I yelled for him to call the
> manager (youngish, Mexican looking) who came out
> and tried to talk to the black guy. The black guy
> was mumbling incoherently about me 'calling him a
> nigger' which I said was bullshit. As they were
> talking then I went back in the checkout isle
> again to pay (I wasn't going to be intimidated and
> run out like a bitch). So here he comes again.
> This time I backed out toward the exit isle and as
> he still came at me I drew my .38 and told him to
> get on the ground. The look on his face was
> terror as he got down. I thought about kicking
> him in the face as I left, but then the manager
> started yelling at me to get the hell out of
> there. I yelled at him 'I told you to call the
> fucking police!' and he just kept saying 'get out
> of here'. So I left, but I was shaking all the
> way home and well into the night as I told my wife
> what happened.

Neat stuff, do you write for Penthouse Letters too??

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: progs suck cock and are cuckolds ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:49AM

cool "story" indeed Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> I had to draw once Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > At the Burke Safeway in the Glory days shopping
> > center at 11 pm one Friday night back in 2010.
> > Left it in the car as usual but as I was going
> > inside a sketchy looking black guy was sitting
> on
> > the benches outside. Got a funny feeling so
> went
> > back to the car to get it. Went into the
> store,
> > did my midnight shopping and while I was in
> line
> > and unloading groceries to pay, here he comes
> > walking through my checkout isle backwards
> toward
> > me. He pushed my cart back while I was behind
> it
> > and I walked backwards toward the produce
> section
> > with him still coming at me. I told the
> cashier
> > to call the police because I was being
> assaulted,
> > and the checkout guy was like "my phone has no
> > outside line!" So I yelled for him to call the
> > manager (youngish, Mexican looking) who came
> out
> > and tried to talk to the black guy. The black
> guy
> > was mumbling incoherently about me 'calling him
> a
> > nigger' which I said was bullshit. As they
> were
> > talking then I went back in the checkout isle
> > again to pay (I wasn't going to be intimidated
> and
> > run out like a bitch). So here he comes again.
> > This time I backed out toward the exit isle and
> as
> > he still came at me I drew my .38 and told him
> to
> > get on the ground. The look on his face was
> > terror as he got down. I thought about kicking
> > him in the face as I left, but then the manager
> > started yelling at me to get the hell out of
> > there. I yelled at him 'I told you to call the
> > fucking police!' and he just kept saying 'get
> out
> > of here'. So I left, but I was shaking all the
> > way home and well into the night as I told my
> wife
> > what happened.
>
> Neat stuff, do you write for Penthouse Letters
> too??


Who give a fuck what you faggoty progturds believe. Here's hoping you get your ass beat some day in Maryland. Of course that would mean you actually have to leave your shitty apartment instead of beating off in front of the computer all day.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: progs = no real life experiences ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:52AM

The Really Real Combat Vet Wrote:
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> I had to draw once Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > At the Burke Safeway in the Glory days shopping
> > center at 11 pm one Friday night back in 2010.
> > Left it in the car as usual but as I was going
> > inside a sketchy looking black guy was sitting
> on
> > the benches outside. Got a funny feeling so
> went
> > back to the car to get it. Went into the
> store,
> > did my midnight shopping and while I was in
> line
> > and unloading groceries to pay, here he comes
> > walking through my checkout isle backwards
> toward
> > me. He pushed my cart back while I was behind
> it
> > and I walked backwards toward the produce
> section
> > with him still coming at me. I told the
> cashier
> > to call the police because I was being
> assaulted,
> > and the checkout guy was like "my phone has no
> > outside line!" So I yelled for him to call the
> > manager (youngish, Mexican looking) who came
> out
> > and tried to talk to the black guy. The black
> guy
> > was mumbling incoherently about me 'calling him
> a
> > nigger' which I said was bullshit. As they
> were
> > talking then I went back in the checkout isle
> > again to pay (I wasn't going to be intimidated
> and
> > run out like a bitch). So here he comes again.
> > This time I backed out toward the exit isle and
> as
> > he still came at me I drew my .38 and told him
> to
> > get on the ground. The look on his face was
> > terror as he got down. I thought about kicking
> > him in the face as I left, but then the manager
> > started yelling at me to get the hell out of
> > there. I yelled at him 'I told you to call the
> > fucking police!' and he just kept saying 'get
> out
> > of here'. So I left, but I was shaking all the
> > way home and well into the night as I told my
> wife
> > what happened.
>
> Cool story, bro. You ain’t a man unless you
> layed him down.


Nah, that would probably mean jailtime. I won't go to jail, or get my ass beat like you would. The only 'combat' you've seen is a antifah rally, faggot prog.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Remote Control ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:56AM

Gun control

There it is peeps. Right in the title. It's all about control. That's the libtards answer to everything. Let them control it. Control your healthcare. Control you ability to defend yourself. Control your energy. Control your education. Control, control, control. To the libtard, we are all sheep. To be fleeced and eventually slaughtered after contributing to the(ir) greater good.

Don't be a sheeple to the libtards. They can't control their own fucking bowel movements most of the time.


 
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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: riiight ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:56AM

progs suck cock and are cuckolds Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> cool "story" indeed Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > Neat stuff, do you write for Penthouse Letters
> > too??
>
>
> Who give a fuck what you faggoty progturds
> believe. Here's hoping you get your ass beat some
> day in Maryland. Of course that would mean you
> actually have to leave your shitty apartment
> instead of beating off in front of the computer
> all day.

Yet here you are, sporting a tent in your moms basement over the scary gun thread while inciting violence. Typical libtard.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Personally ()
Date: February 11, 2019 09:03AM

There have been several direct questions asked of the anti gun liberal types here that keep getting ignored. I'm guessing it's because it would involve said liberal actually looking up facts instead of relying on brainwashed emotion.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: LOL... ()
Date: February 11, 2019 09:17AM

NoMo Wrote:
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> They call gun owners cowards, but it's gun control
> that's based on fear, not gun ownership.

I don't give a second thought to stopping off at 7-11 to pick up milk or a sandwich at 10:00 at night. You clowns are afraid that MS-13 is lurking out front and just waiting to cut you as you walk by. What was the name of that book by Louisa May Alcott? Oh yeah -- Little Women.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Careful what you wish for ()
Date: February 11, 2019 09:25AM

Personally Wrote:
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> There have been several direct questions asked of the anti gun
> liberal types here that keep getting ignored. I'm guessing it's
> because it would involve said liberal actually looking up facts
> instead of relying on brainwashed emotion.

Some questions are just too stupid to bother with. NRA wind-up toys tend to ask a lot of those. So do wannabe tough guys who think a gun turns them into John Wayne or Clint Eastwood. More likely, a gun turns you into worm-food, Pilgrim.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: nice deflection ()
Date: February 11, 2019 09:28AM

Careful what you wish for Wrote:
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> Personally Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > There have been several direct questions asked
> of the anti gun
> > liberal types here that keep getting ignored.
> I'm guessing it's
> > because it would involve said liberal actually
> looking up facts
> > instead of relying on brainwashed emotion.
>
> Some questions are just too stupid to bother with.
> NRA wind-up toys tend to ask a lot of those. So
> do wannabe tough guys who think a gun turns them
> into John Wayne or Clint Eastwood. More likely, a
> gun turns you into worm-food, Pilgrim.

Yet here you are, a wind-up brainwashed liberal, refusing to answer real questions while deflecting your stupidity elsewhere.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Fufjf ()
Date: February 11, 2019 09:46AM

fear? Wrote:
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> Gun owners are experts on fear. They live in fear
> every single day.


Then why are you afraid of an inanimate object? Since we all know you are incapable of answering even simple questions I’ll answer for you. Retarded sexual and emotional development is why.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: NoMo ()
Date: February 11, 2019 11:07AM

LOL... Wrote:
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> NoMo Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > They call gun owners cowards, but it's gun
> control
> > that's based on fear, not gun ownership.
>
> I don't give a second thought to stopping off at
> 7-11 to pick up milk or a sandwich at 10:00 at
> night. You clowns are afraid that MS-13 is
> lurking out front and just waiting to cut you as
> you walk by. What was the name of that book by
> Louisa May Alcott? Oh yeah -- Little Women.

I'm not afraid to stop in a 7-11 either. I'm also not afraid of gun owners or people who carry guns. Are you?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Let the fuzz sort it out ()
Date: February 11, 2019 12:51PM

Out of concern for public safety, I immediately call 911 if I see a gun in public.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: NoMo ()
Date: February 11, 2019 02:31PM

Let the fuzz sort it out Wrote:
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> Out of concern for public safety, I immediately
> call 911 if I see a gun in public.

How many times have you called and how many crimes have you prevented?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Bullshiter ()
Date: February 11, 2019 02:44PM

Let the fuzz sort it out Wrote:
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> Out of concern for public safety, I immediately
> call 911 if I see a gun in public.

That is bullshit you fucking liar

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Combat Veterinarian ()
Date: February 11, 2019 05:15PM

Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the posters who have a fixation on their guns who concern me.
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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dems are Dumb ()
Date: February 11, 2019 05:56PM

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Standard HYPOCRIT Demonrat ….. Body Shaming is OK for Demonrats.

DO YOU DEMONRATS FIND FAT PEOPLE FUNNY?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: jkhkhhk ()
Date: February 11, 2019 06:02PM





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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: NoMo ()
Date: February 11, 2019 06:17PM

Combat Veterinarian Wrote:
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> Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the posters who
> have a fixation on their guns who concern me.


Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the libtards who
have a fixation on my guns who concern me.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: why are libtardz so hypocritical ()
Date: February 11, 2019 07:33PM

NoMo Wrote:
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> Combat Veterinarian Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the posters
> who
> > have a fixation on their guns who concern me.
>
>
> Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the libtards who
> have a fixation on my guns who concern me.


That and the stupid libtardz that think posting a meme is an honest discussion

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Gun Club ()
Date: February 11, 2019 07:51PM

why are libtardz so hypocritical Wrote:
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> NoMo Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Combat Veterinarian Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the posters
> > who
> > > have a fixation on their guns who concern me.
> >
> >
> > Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the libtards
> who
> > have a fixation on my guns who concern me.
>
>
> That and the stupid libtardz that think posting a
> meme is an honest discussion

Then let’s have an open discussion and include these characters.
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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Facts ()
Date: February 11, 2019 07:53PM

Myth: Citizens are too incompetent to use guns for protection

Fact: About 11% of police shootings kill an innocent person — about 2% of shootings by citizens kill an innocent person. The odds of a defensive gun user killing an innocent person are less than 1 in 26,000 10 despite American citizens using guns to prevent crimes almost 2,500,000 times every year.

Fact: Most firearm accidents are caused by people with various forms of poor self-control. These include alcoholics, people with previous criminal records, people with multiple driving accidents, and people who engage in other risky behaviors. 11

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Facts ()
Date: February 11, 2019 07:55PM

"During 2000--2002, the Task Force on Community Preventive Services (the Task Force), an independent nonfederal task force, conducted a systematic review of scientific evidence regarding the effectiveness of firearms laws in preventing violence, including violent crimes, suicide, and unintentional injury. The Task Force found insufficient evidence to determine the effectiveness of any of the firearm laws or combinations of laws reviewed on violent outcomes."

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/rr5214a2.htm

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dems are Dumb ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:01PM

The Gun Club Wrote:
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> why are libtardz so hypocritical Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > NoMo Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Combat Veterinarian Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the
> posters
> > > who
> > > > have a fixation on their guns who concern
> me.
> > >
> > >
> > > Weapons don’t scare me. It’s the libtards
> > who
> > > have a fixation on my guns who concern me.
> >
> >
> > That and the stupid libtardz that think posting
> a
> > meme is an honest discussion
>
> Then let’s have an open discussion and include
> these characters.

Great pictures of delusional DEMOCRATS looking for their 15 minutes of fame that the GHOULISH PRESS always gives them. So the ONE THING that will work is, STOP GIVING THEM A PLATFORM. Even this last one said he did it so his story would be told.
Not a single thing that Hogg or the Democrats proposed would have made a difference. You want a law that will REALLY WORK?? Forbid the media from printing the murderers name. You can say anything else about them BUT NOT their name. These terrorist are looking for their 15-minutes of fame either to push their agenda or to look for justification for their miserable little lives. Yes, I know there is freedom of the press in this country, but it is not absolute. There are already laws regarding it. If it saves lives, why not give it a try?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Just the Facts, Jack ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:06PM

The Facts Wrote:
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> Myth: Citizens are too incompetent to use guns
> for protection

>
> Fact: About 11% of police shootings kill an
> innocent person — about 2% of shootings by
> citizens kill an innocent person. The odds of a
> defensive gun user killing an innocent person are
> less than 1 in 26,000 10 despite American citizens
> using guns to prevent crimes almost 2,500,000
> times every year.
>
> Fact: Most firearm accidents are caused by
> people with various forms of poor self-control.
> These include alcoholics, people with previous
> criminal records, people with multiple driving
> accidents, and people who engage in other risky
> behaviors. 11

Restaurants
Alaska. In a coffeeshop, a 76-year-old man was show his new gun to some buddies. One of them pulled the trigger, not realizing there was a round in the chamber. Shrapnel hit a woman customer. 1/2019
Washington. A man, 22, accidentally shot himself in the leg in a Chuck E Cheese. He had a concealed carry permit. 9/2018
Michigan. A restaurant employee was cleaning his handgun in the parking lot when he shot himself in the stomach. Restaurant managers had previously forbidden him to bring the gun inside because of reckless behavior, like twirling it on his index finger. 9/2018
South Carolina. A woman sitting in a car outside a Waffle House was accidentally shot in the kidney by a man she was with. 4/2018
California. A customer dropped his handgun in a Dominos, and the accidental discharge struck him and a female employee. 5/2018
Alabama. A man in a Zaxby’s restaurant parking lot was unloading his gun when he shot himself in the hand. 3/2018
Chicago. While sitting in a booth in a fast-food restaurant, an 18-year-old was playing with the .25 pistol in his pocket. He shot himself in the leg. 1/2018
Nashville, Tenn. As a man sat down in a booth at a Piccadillly Cafeteria, he shot himself in the leg. 1/2018
Memphis, Tenn. Two teens were playing with a handgun at E’s Cafe when it fired, hitting one of them in the head. 1/2018
Massachusetts. A retired state trooper was showing a firearm to friends in a restaurant when it discharged. 3/2018
California. In a bar, a man with a firearm in his jacket pocket accidentally fired a bullet; shrapnel hit a woman in the bar. 3/2018
Indiana. A man at at Wendy’s shot himself in the hand with his .45 handgun after it fell out of his holster. 8/17
Pittsburgh. A teen, 17, shot himself in the leg in the parking lot of a Taco Bell. The gun had been in his waistband. 9/17
Oklahoma. An off-duty reserve deputy accidentally discharged his pistol in the White River Fish Market. The bullet hit the ground and kicked up debris, injuring two people. 2/2017
Florida. A man, 38, accidentally shot a woman customer in a Dunkin’ Donuts when his gun fell from his clothing. 2/2017
Florida. A man with a handgun tucked in his waistband shot himself in the leg as he stood up at his table at a sushi place. 11/2016
St. Louis. A man shot himself in the head while in a Steak n’ Shake drive-through. 10/2016
Las Vegas. At a sports bar, a man accidentally shot himself in the torso with his .22 revolver. 10/2016
St. Louis. A dishwasher at a restaurant dropped his gun and it fired. 10/2016
Vermont. At a Chili’s restaurant, a gun carried by a customer accidentally fired.
North Carolina. A man was paying his bill at a Mexican restaurant when he accidentally dropped his handgun. It fired a bullet which ricocheted off the counter and a wall before going into the ceiling. 12/2013
Utah. At a Chipotle, a man was removing his backpack to pay for his meal. He dropped the backpack, and the gun inside fired, lodging in the concrete floor.
Florida. A woman dropped her purse in a Starbucks, and the .25 automatic went off, shooting her friend in the leg.
Michigan. A man, 36, was showing a handgun inside a barbershop when it accidentally fired through the wall into the next-door Saylor’s Pizza shop, hitting a 15-year-old in the ankle. 12/2015
Ohio. A man ordered wings from a restaurant. When he heard the doorbell ring, he set his gun on the table. The dog knocked the gun onto the floor, and it fired a bullet into the delivery man’s leg. 12/2015
Illinois. A woman with a concealed carry permit left her purse at a Flat Top Grill. The restaurant had her purse, but the 9mm pistol was gone. 2/2016
North Carolina. A man dropped his handgun while paying at a Mexican restaurant, and it discharged.
Mississippi. A man’s .45 handgun accidentally discharged inside a Round Table restaurant. 1/2015
Virginia. A 22-year-old man died after accidentally shooting himself at a pancake house. Said police, ““We were told the victim was handling a firearm and didn’t have a lot of experience with one.”
Florida. A man in a Steak ‘n Shake shot himself in the foot. 12/2015
Texas. A man was removing his handgun in a Starbucks parking lot when he shot himself. 2015
Florida. Two men were in a Cracker Barrel when one accidentally shot the other in the calf. 2015
Florida. A man outside a Burger King shot himself in the leg after pulling a handgun from his pocket to retrieve a cigarette.
Oregon. A man, 27, shot himself in the groin at a downtown tavern just after midnight. He was playing video poker with the gun in his pants. The gun moved when he stood up, and it fired when he grabbed it. 2015
Arizona. A .25 handgun fired after falling out of a man’s pocket while he was sitting at a table with other patrons of Paradise Bakery. Nobody was hurt.
Wisconsin. A handgun discharged in a food court when it dropped beneath a table. 2013
California. An In-n-Out employee and another person were playing with a gun they thought was unloaded, when it shot the employee in the shoulder.
Connecticut. A restaurant manager, in his office, accidentally fired his handgun into the dining area. 2013
Pennsylvania. The owner of a Dunkin’ Donuts misfired a handgun in his office. The bullet went into a customer restroom. He was loading his .45 Glock and was about to place it in a holster when his finger hit the trigger with a round in the chamber. 6/2015
Florida. A man was walking through a Cracker Barrel when a gun fell out of his holster and fired. The bullet hit a kettle, and three people were wounded by metal fragments, including the man’s fiance, a restaurant manager, and a customer eating breakfast. He apologized and was not charged. 11/2015
Virginia. While at the restaurant he owned, Astronomical Pancake and Waffle House, a man died after accidentally shooting himself in the chest while trying to clear the gun of ammo. 1/2016
New York. Two men were eating in a restaurant when one decided to show the other his firearm. It went off, striking the owner in the hand and ankle and the other man in the ankle. 2014
Houston. The man said he didn’t realize his .38 derringer was in his jacket pocket. It fell out while he was eating in Raffa’s American Bistro, hit the floor, and discharged a bullet into an elderly grandmother at a nearby booth–going through her hip, into her abdomen, and ending up in her chest. 1/2011
Tennessee. A man accidentally shot himself in the drive-thru of Corky’s Ribs & BBQ.
Kansas. A couple were eating dinner in a steakhouse when the husband’s handgun, in a front pocket, fired a bullet into his wife’s leg. 3/2013
Arkansas. A teenager was accidentally killed in a truck parked at a Chick-Fil-A.
Georgia. A man accidentally shot himself in the ankle in the parking lot of a diner. He was reholstering the gun.
Kansas. As a man left a Subway, he bent down to pick up an aluminum can and his gun fell to the ground, firing a bullet into his thigh. 12/2014
Utah. A man sitting in the bar area of an Olive Garden tried to adjust his 9mm in his hip holster. It fired a bullet into his chair. 3/2009
Florida. A man in a Steak ‘n Shake accidentally shot himself in the foot. 12/2015
Florida. A gun carried by a 35-year-old accidentally discharged in the lobby of a Smokey Bones, injuring himself and three others, including a 4-year-old boy. 5/2011
Utah. A man paying for his food at Chipotle dropped his backpack and the gun inside discharged. 2/2014
Arkansas. An investigator with the state attorney general’s office accidentally shot himself in the back outside a restaurant while removing his gun from its holster to put it in the car. 9/2015
Virginia. While eating at Hooters, a man decided it was as good a time as any to reload his gun. He ended up shooting his girl friend in the ankle. He had just left an event where he had to unload the gun. 7/2012
Florida. A man reached in his pocket for a valet ticket at a Fort Lauderdale restaurant and triggered his handgun. Shrapnel wounded at least six patrons.
Georgia. A man, 22 was reaching into his pocket to pay for his meal at Fatz Cafe when a finger got caught on the trigger guard of his .45, causing it to fire. The bullet ricocheted off the floor. The unholstered gun was wedged between his belt and pants.
North Carolina. While paying his bill at a Mexican restaurant, a man dropped his handgun and it fired a bullet into the ceiling. 12/2013
Florida. A man at Chili’s pulled out his gun to show to a friend at the table. It dropped, and when he grabbed for it, he pulled the trigger. A bullet went into his friend’s leg, ricocheted down a walkway, grazed a server’s arm, and hit a wall. 2008
Missouri. As the man hung his coat over the back of his chair at BG’s Olde Tyme Deli, a handgun fell to the floor and fired a bullet into a wall. 1/2015
Houston. At a high-end steakhouse, a man shot himself in the leg while trying to hide his handgun before turning the car over to the valet.
Georgia. Outside a restaurant, a man’s gun fired, hitting him in the hand. The bullet ricocheted off the pavement and hit a woman walking on the other side of the road, killing her. 8/2014
Arkansas. A teen was killed in an accidental shooting inside a truck in a Chick-fil-A parking lot. 2013
Georgia. After eating at Cheddar’s, a mother was securing her infant in a car seat when her 2-year-old daughter, in the front seat, shot herself in the face with a handgun she found in the car’s center console. She died. 5/2011
Mississippi. A man accidentally shot himself with his own gun at an O’Charley’s. 3/2016
Utah. A man paying for his Chipotle meal dropped his backpack, and the gun side fired. 2/2014
Texas. A diner at a Texas Roadhouse accidentally fired his handgun. The ricochet struck another woman. 6/2016
New York. As he left Zabar’s with a toasted bagel, a 48-year-old man adjusted his pants, and his 9mm Taurus handgun discharged, shooting him in the leg. 6/2016
Milwaukee. A man accidentally discharged his handgun n the lobby of a restaurant. Debris from the bullet hit four Marquette students. 6/201
Indiana. A county prosecutor accidentally fired his handgun into the floor of a Texas Roadhouse. He was placing his 9mm into the front pocket of his shorts. 8/2016
Philadelphia. A man accidentally fired his gun, hitting two women standing outside a sports bar–one beneath her right eye, the other in the legs and body. 7/2016
South Carolina. A man was eating lunch at a Cracker Barrel when a small revolver fell out of his front pants pocket and fired a bullet into the wall. 6/2017
New York. An off-duty corrections officer pulled out a gun to impress two women in a restaurant, and ended up shooting himself in the finger and one of the women in the foot. 5/2017
Connecticut. A man eating out with his family shot himself in the butt while reaching for his walled. 3/2017
Utah. A student sitting in a university food court reached into his backpack and accidentally fired a gun in the bag. The bullet hit a table and a light near the Jamba Juice and Taco Bell. 4/2017
Georgia. Two men were arguing the parking lot of a McDonald’s, and a gun ended up being discharged, without hitting anyone. 1/2019
Louisiana. A female employee dropped her gun and it fired, striking a water line in the ceiling. 11/2018
Pennsylvania. A man at a McDonalds counter pulled up his pants, and the .45 handgun in his pants pocket fired, hitting his 4-year-old daughter in the leg. 4/2018
South Carolina. A man shot himself in the leg while waiting in the McDonald’s drive-through for a McFlurry. 2013
New Hampshire. A woman was ordering at a McDonald’s drive-through when a child in the back seat shot her in the thighs. 2015
Florida. After eating at McDonalds, an 18-year-old reached under the passenger seat, pulled out a gun, and was trying to de-cock it and put it in his waistband at the same time. The .38 revolver shot him in the abdomen.
Oregon. A woman shot her husband in the abdomen as they ate at McDonald’s. She leaned forward and her .22 Derringer fell out of her pocket and hit the floor. 2013
Georgia. A 21-year-old man, sitting in his car at a McDonald’s, accidentally shot himself through the cheek. 2013
Chicago. An armored car driver, while using a McDonald’s restroom, placed his Smith & Wesson 9mm atop a trash can, did his business, and left without the gun. At a bank, he realized he had left his gun behind. He called the McDonalds, but the gun was gone. 2013
New York. While talking in a McDonald’s, a man’s gun accidentally fired into his leg. The man was sentence to 3.5 years in prison.
Alabama. Two employees of a jewelry store were in the parking lot looking at guns when one was shot in the chest. 1/2019
Ohio. A man shopping in a Dollar Tree store accidentally shot himself in the leg.
South Carolina. A man at a gas station grazed himself when the gun in his pants fired. 12/2018
Alabama. A man shot himself in the leg while exiting his vehicle outside a store. 12/2018
California. A Department of Corrections employee dropped his handgun in a mall. When he picked it up, it fired. 12/2018
Mississippi. An 18-year-old accidentally shot himself in the head while sitting in a truck outside a shopping center. 12/2018
Virginia. An employee at an auction gallery was handling a gun when it fired, killing a fellow employee outside. 9/2018
St. Louis. A man at a car wash shot himself in the leg while pulling a gun out of his waistband. 6/2018
Florida. Two teens were looking at a handgun at a gas station when one of them was accidentally shot. 6/2018
South Carolina. A pawn shop employee shot himself in the hand with a gun a customer brought in, which still had a round in the chamber. 6/2018
Indianapolis. A man dropped his gun in a Whole Foods store and it fired, striking his leg. 5/2018
North Carolina. An off-duty cop was bowling when his pistol discharged. Shrapnel struck a 10-year-old boy. 5/2018
Indiana. A three-year-old girl found a handgun in their car parked outside a Plato’s Closet clothing store and accidentally shot her 21-year-old pregnant mother in the upper back. The father was inside the store. A one-year-old boy was also in the car. 4/2018
Florida. A man at a Shoot Center accidentally fired a handgun into the floor. 4/2018
Ohio. A man, 20, shot himself in the knee while in the parking lot of a Speedway. 4/2018
Michigan. A man stopped at a gas station, opened the back hatch of his car, and a duffel bag fell onto the ground. A .45 handgun in the bad fired, hitting him in the leg. 4/2018
Texas. A woman dropped her purse in a HEB grocery store, and the .22 pistol fired, striking another woman shopper. 1/2018
Kentucky. Outside a car dealership, an 18-year-old man was working on something under his car’s back seat when the handgun in his pocket fired a bullet into his face. 1/2018
Michigan. At Jack’s Amoco, one employee was showing his handgun to a coworkers. As he put the 9mm away, it fired, hitting the coworker in the foot. 3/2018
Wisconsin. A man, 74, dropped his gun in a grocery store parking lot, and it discharged. 2/2018
Florida. A man in a gun store shot himself in the butt while reholstering his semi-auto handgun. 2/2018
Atlanta. A mother and her son, 8, were in the dressing room of an Adidas store. The boy found what he thought was a toy gun under a bench. The mom pulled the trigger to determine if it was real. It was. 8/17
Florida. A 19-year-old girl was getting a pedicure in a nail salon when she was struck in the back by a bullet, which came through the wall from the neighboring gunshop. The .45 handgun was accidentally fired by a gunshop employee. 2/2017
Virginia. A man shot himself in the leg outside a Citgo gas station. 11/2016
Ohio. A man, 74, bought a gun at Olde English Outfitters, loaded it while still in the store, and accidentally shot himself in the leg. 11/2016
West Virginia. A man accidentally shot himself in the arm while behind a Speedway. 10/2016
Florida. A man in a Dollar Store checkout line dropped his gun. It fired, and the bullet grazed another customer’s stomach. His concealed carry license had been revoked, and the gun safety was broke.
Washington. While in a Lowe’s store, a man shot himself in the testicles with the gun tucked in his waistband.
North Carolina. A three-year-old boy killed himself in a store, using a handgun stored behind the counter. His father was the store owner.
Cleveland. Two men were “messing around with a gun” while in a market, and one of them was accidentally shot.
Virginia. A man was accidentally shot in the hand by a weapon he brought into a hunting and fishing store. 10/2015
Chicago. At a convenience store, a man and a 16-year-old boy were “goofing around” with a gun when it discharged, shooting the boy in the arm.
Indiana. At a Bass Pro Shop, a man shot himself in the foot while trying to clear his handgun.
Georgia. A man at a Sunoco station shot himself in the groin holstering his .45 pistol.
Texas. A man in a pawn shop accidentally shot himself in the hand with a .45 he had pawned, not realizing it was still loaded.
Texas. A woman, 21, was shot in the arm at a carwash when a man in another car removed a shotgun from his trunk and it fired.
Chicago. Someone tried to rob a cell phone store. The owner pulled out his gun and exchanged fire with the robber. A man at a bus stop across the street was shot in the chest, and another bullet flew through a house. 12/2015
Oklahoma. A 57-year-old man voluntarily guarding a “Muslim free” gun store accidentally shot himself in the wrist when his Colt .45 fell out of his chest holster rig. He kept a live round in the chamber. Said the sheriff, “I saw several of those gentlemen out there yesterday. The way they were holding their weapons, with the fingers on the triggers, you can tell a couple of these gentlemen have no idea about weapons safety. It’s like the Clampetts have come to town.” Earlier in the day, they turned away a Muslim who tried to enter the store, but relented upon learning he was a US military vet.
Florida. After checking out at a Target, a woman was putting something in her purse when a firearm discharged from inside the purse. The bullet ricocheted into the ceiling.
Wisconsin. A gun fell out of a shopper’s jacket in a Burlington Coat Factory and fired.
North Carolina. A pawn shop employee shot herself in the hand while showing a 9mm handgun to a customer. A live round was stuck in the chamber and failed to eject when she racked the slide. 2015
Oregon. A man, 31, shot himself in the kneecap and foot in a Cabela’s parking lot. He thought the gun was unloaded. 2015
Tennessee. A mother shopping with her two children accidentally fired a gun inside a diaper bag. 2015
Michigan. When a man in a Meijer store reached into his pocket for his debit card, the gun in his waistband slid down his pants leg to the floor. When he picked it up, it fired into his leg. 9/2013
Wisconsin. A 24-year-old man accidentally fired his .45 into the dash of his car while unloading it in a Gander Mountain parking lot. 2013
Texas. A Target employee picked up a .22 revolver dropped by a customer and shot himself in the hand. 11/2013
Oklahoma. A man took a .22 revolver into a gunshop to have it looked at, and ended up getting shot in the groin. 2013
Idaho. After leaving a Lowe’s, a man shot himself while placing his handgun into a holster.
North Carolina. A Dunham’s employee shot himself in the thigh.
Virginia. A deputy left his gun in a Macy’s dressing room. It was still there when he later called. 2013
Louisville. At a car show, a person’s gun fell out of a pocket and shot a friend. 10/2015
San Diego. An employee at a marijuana dispensary was cleaning his gun when it fired into a neighboring hair salon, nearly hitting the hairdresser and her client. 10/2015
Tennessee. A man in an adult lingerie store on Valentines Day shot himself in the foot while reaching for his cellphone. 2/2016
Minneapolis. While at the Target checkout counter, the gun a man carried in his waistband fell to the floor. It fired as he tried to grab it, and the bullet ricocheted to the ceiling. 12/2015
Texas. A policeman, after shopping at Target, left his badge and Glock 40 in a bag in a shopping cart. A customer turned it in.
North Carolina. At a GNC store, two men were discussing Second Amendment rights when one of the pulled out his handgun and it accidentally fired, striking a printer.
Pennsylvania. A man accidentally fired a bullet into the dressing room wall at a Gander Mountain store. 2/2016
Florida. A woman in a Starbucks was putting her purse down when the gun in the bottom discharged, hitting her friend in the leg.
California. In a Sam’s Club, a man and woman were passing a bag between them when the bag dropped. The gun inside fired, striking another man in the forearm.
Alabama. A man in a jewelry store accidentally shot himself in the leg. 2/2016
Texas. A man in Lowe’s reached into his pocket for a piece of paper, and his gun fell out. It discharged upon hitting the ground, shooting him in the ankle. 4/2015
Connecticut. A city cop accidentally shot himself in the leg in a coffeeshop. 12/2013
Ohio. A man filling his car at a Costco gas pump accidentally shot himself. 2/2016
Alabama. A mother left her two young children in the car while she went into a market. The daughter found a gun, picked it up, and shot her 4-year-old brother in the head. 3/2016
North Carolina. The jewelry store owner was showing his handgun to an employee. It fire, sending a bullet through a wall and into the kitchen of a neighboring Panera Bread. 52016
Virginia. An employee of SafeSide Tactical, a large gun retailer, shot herself in the leg with her firearm. 5/2016
Colorado. A man unloading his .45 pistol in his car outside a Home Depot ended up shooting himself in the ankle. 5/2016
Florida. A .22 pistol inside a bag of donated clothing went off in a Salvation Army store. It pierced the hand of one employee and grazed the chest of another. 6/2016
Michigan. A former NFL running back took his Jeep to a dealership for service. While putting personal belongings into a backpack, a gun discharged, shooting him in the stomach and killing him. 6/2016
Oregon. An employee at Willamette Valley Medical Center brought a gun to work in a backpack. When he dropped the backpack, the gun discharged and he was wounded. 7/2016
Missouri. A woman came into a car dealership with a gun visibly holstered on her hip. She got into her car with her baby, and as she unloaded her pistol, she shot herself in the foot. 8/2016
Michigan. An 80-year-old woman was exiting her car at a Dollar Tree store when her handgun fell out of her purse and fired a bullet into her leg. 8/2016
Ohio. A man at a farmer’s market was reaching into his pocket for his keys when his handgun discharged into the floor. 8/2016
Oklahoma. A man at a gas station was exiting his Ford F-150 when his .45 handgun fired a bullet into his upper leg. 7/2017
Kansas City. A man accidentally shot himself in a Cabela’s parking lot. 4/2017
Arizona. Employees at a shopping center store were “engaging in reckless behavior waving and pointing their guns at each other.” One employee was shot in the face. 3/2017
Alabama. A bank manager accidentally killed himself with the gun he carried. 4/2017
Atlantic City. A man accidentally shot his friend while in the parking garage of the Tropicana Hotel and Casino. 4/2017
Florida. A man participating in a shooting competition began dancing with a gun in his hand. While “busting a move,” he pulled the trigger and shot himself in the thigh. He said he didn’t realize there was a round in the chamber. 4/2017
Florida. A man, 25, shot himself in the ankle in a Dollar General store when the .25 handgun fell from his waistband and hit the floor. 6/2017
Florida. A woman outside a mall accidentally fired the handgun in her purse, striking another person in the leg. 7/2017
South Carolina. A man the Dutch Square Mall dropped his bag on the floor and a gun inside discharged. 4/2017
West Virginia. A man at a pawn shop was showing the staff his .380 handgun when he shot himself in the hand. 6/2017
California. A man shopping at Walmart accidentally shot himself in the abdomen. 1/2019
Louisiana. Two men in a Walmart parking lot. One of them, 19, was looking at a gun, which the other was selling, when he shot himself in the leg. 1/2019
Pennsylvania. A man shot himself in the ankle while shopping at Walmart. 1/2019

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Date: February 11, 2019 08:12PM

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WOW a whole 14 accidents in one year, that's an incredible safety record. In that same year 400,000 people died of medical malpractice ………

A guy last night posted 225 DGUs in just the first 5 weeks 2019.

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Date: February 11, 2019 08:14PM

Dems are Dumb Wrote:
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> WOW a whole 14 accidents in one year, that's an
> incredible safety record. In that same year
> 400,000 people died of medical malpractice
> ………
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> A guy last night posted 225 DGUs in just the first
> 5 weeks 2019.

Don't you ever get tired of getting trolled?

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Posted by: Trolling the Facts ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:30PM

Kentucky. A group of young boys were walking home from a Walmart. One of them, 12, pulled a gun from his backpack and accidentally shot himself. 6/2017
South Carolina. A 28-year-old man told police he was in a hurry to use the bathroom and his Smith & Wesson Shield 9 mm handgun fell from his pants, hit the floor, and fired. 7/2017
South Carolina. A man in a WalMart shot himself in the leg with a gun carried in his pocket. He said he was trying to turn on the safety when it fired. 7/2016
Ohio. A customer’s handgun accidentally fired into the floor. 4/2017
Texas. A retired police officer accidentally fired his gun into the Walmart ceiling. 4/2017
Idaho. A man paid for gas at a Walmart, opened the driver’s door of his pickup, and his 12-gauge shotgun fell out and fired. A man who was removing a child from his car was struck by some pellets. 7/2017
Missouri. A man, 37, shot himself in the thigh while unloading a .38 handgun in his vehicle in the Walmart parking lot. 11/2016
Texas. A 44-year-old man at Walmart was carrying a gun in his waistband. While in the sporting goods department, a bullet discharged into his hip. 7/2016
New York. A man shot himself in the foot while shopping in the toy aisle at Walmart. He was carrying a 9mm handgun in his pocket.
Idaho. A woman at Walmart was killed after her two-year-old son shot her in the head with a 9mm handgun he found into her handbag. The boy unzipped a special pocket in the purse designed for concealed carry. 1/2015
Indiana. While in Walmart, a man’s .22 pistol fell from his pants onto the floor and discharged. A ricochet struck the arm of a woman pushing her newborn son in a shopping cart.
Phoenix. A man in Walmart, carrying a gun on his hip, shot himself in the leg.
Georgia. A Walmart customer asked to see another customer’s handgun. When he pulled it from his holster, it fired.
Dallas. A Walmart shopper’s .40 handgun, kept near his wallet, accidentally discharged. Several people were struck by debris.
Tennessee. A man going through the Walmart clothing department reached for a handkerchief in his pocket, and his concealed handgun fired into his leg.
Virginia. A man accidentally shot himself while driving in a Walmart parking lot.
South Carolina. A .38 handgun was found unattended in a Walmart bathroom. A man later called to report he had lost his gun.
Indiana. A man in the checkout of a Walmart reached into his pocket to get something, and the .40 concealed handgun in his front pocket fired a bullet off the floor and into a wall.
Tennessee. A 21-year-old shot himself in the leg near a Walmart checkout when his concealed handgun, held in his waistband without a holster, slipped and he tried to catch it.
South Carolina. A man accidentally discharged a gun in the men’s bathroom of a Walmart. He had two guns in his possession, one of which was stolen. 11/2015
Pennsylvania. A man in a Walmart parking lot shot himself in the hand after his .40 Glock fell out of its holster. With several bags in his hand, he tried to pick up the gun and it fired.
Indiana. A Fort Wayne man was shopping at Walmart when his concealed handgun fell to the ground and discharged.
Florida. In a crowded Walmart parking lot, a man fired several shots into the back window of a shoplifter who was fleeing with a cart of stolen meat. At least two other cars were hit.
Ohio. A man, trying to park and holster his weapon at the same time in a Walmart parking lot, shot himself in the leg.
Ohio. A man shopping in the sporting goods department blew a hole in his trousers with the small revolver he carried in a pocket.
California. A man, 27, shot himself in the leg while shopping at Walmart.
New Hampshire. During a dispute with other teens, a teen displayed a handgun and shot himself in the abdomen. 3/2009
Indiana. A 24-year-old shot himself in the abdomen near the employee entrance. He was removing his T-shirt when hit handgun fell to the ground and fired.
South Carolina. A man at Walmart was carrying an unholstered handgun in the back waistband of his shorts with a round in the chamber. When he bent down to look at merchandise, he tried to adjust the gun and it fired through his shorts and lodged in his shoe. He told police the fabric of his shorts may have pulled the trigger. 5/2015
Tennessee. A Walmart shopper was reaching for a tissue in his back pocket, but grabbed the trigger of his Taurus handgun instead, shooting himself in the thigh. 1/2015
Ohio. In a Walmart parking lot, a CCW permit holder was moving his handgun from the glovebox to his holster when he shot himself in the leg. 2/2013
Washington. A man, 76, shot himself in the finger in a Walmart parking lot while unloading his 9mm. He and his wife were camping there in a motorhome. 2015
Florida. A deputy’s gun accidentally fired in a Walmart. 2015
Tennessee. A man in a WalMart dropped his fanny pack, and the gun inside fired.
Indiana. A loaded pink .38 Charter Arms pistol was found in the women’s restroom at a Walmart. The owner later returned to reclaim it. 12/2015
South Dakota. A 17-year-old shot, in a vehicle while his mother was inside a Walmart, shot himself in the leg with a .22 handgun. 6/2016
Kentucky. A 24-year-old man was shopping in Walmart when the Glock 9mm in his back pocket discharged. Store cameras showed he had his hand inside the pocket when the gun fired. 6/2016
Michigan. A man adjusted his holster while in a Kroger store and shot himself in the foot. 3/2018
St. Louis. A man shopping in a Schnucks grocery dropped his handgun (it was in his waistband, not a holster). It fired a bullet into the ceiling. 9/17
Georgia. A man in a grocery store was playing with the gun in his pocket and pulled the trigger, unaware that the safety was off. He shot himself in the foot. 2/2017
Pennsylvania. A female employee at a Weis supermarket was grazed by a bullet when a customer’s gun fell to the floor and discharged. 12/2016
Michigan. A man, 58, left a Kel-Tec 9mm handgun in a shopping cart at Kroger. It was in a black case. He said he had stopped to help an old lady unload groceries and forgot about the gun in the cart. A clerk found it.
Indiana. A man, 77, shot himself in the arm and leg while sitting in a car outside a Pay Less grocery store. 2015
Pennsylvania. Two people were hurt when a gun accidentally fired in a Giant Eagle grocery store. When a man bent to pick up something, a .380 handgun tumbled out of his fanny pack.
Pennsylvania. A man in a grocery store with his children accidentally shot himself in the leg with a pocketed gun. 2013
Detroit. In a Kroger parking lot, a 4-year-old found a 9mm in the console of a car and was shot through the thigh while the parents loaded groceries in the back.
Alabama. A man, 59, accidentally fired his .25 handgun in a Winn Dixie grocery store. The gun dropped from a pocket holster, hit the floor, and shot up his leg and into his hip. 2013
Ohio. A 25-year-old clerk at Rudy’s Market, sitting behind the register, pulled out a .45 pistol to show a friend sitting next to him, and accidentally shot him in the head.
Arizona. While walking toward a grocery store with his girlfriend, a man shot himself in the groin while pushing his fiancee’s .380 into his waistband.
Minnesota. A man dropped his gun in the restroom of a Rainbow Foods grocery store and shot himself in the lower leg.
Florida. The grocery store employee, 20, had been told by his both not to play with the .380 handgun kept their for security. But took the gun and pointed it at a friend just to see his reaction, and it fired, killing the friend. 11/2014
Illinois. A man, 77, died after shooting himself in the leg while in his car. He was in the parking lot of a Safeway, where his wife was shopping. 8/2016
Connecticut. A man accidentally shot himself in the leg in a movie theater. 9/2017
Kansas. A man in a movie theater shot himself in the thigh with his concealed handgun. A new Kansas law allowed gun owners to conceal and carry without training or a permit.
Tennessee. A gun fell out of the pocket of a 63-year-old man watching “Godzilla” in a theater, and the gun discharged. Nobody was hit.
California. A .25 handgun accidentally fired inside a downtown cineplex.7/2013
California. An off-duty corrections officer’s gun accidentally fired in a movie theater, sending a bullet through an arm rest. 11/2012
Phoenix. A man at a theater reached into his pants and shot himself in the leg with the gun in his pocket.
Florida. A 9-year-old found a loaded handgun on the toilet paper dispenser in the restroom of a movie theater. It belonged to a sheriff’s detective. 2013
Idaho. A drunk man fumbling with his handgun shot a woman in the shoulder. She was seated in front of him at a screening of the movie “13 Hours.” The man fled the theater and went into a nearby restaurant, where he again dropped the gun and picked it up. 1/2016
Indiana. A man accidentally fired his gun inside a mall restroom. When he removed his jacket, it hit the ground and the pistol inside fired. He was shot in the ankle. 12/2018
Pennsylvania. A man, 63, accidentally shot himself inside a mall restroom. It fell and discharged as he tried tried to catch it. 12/2018
South Carolina. An off-duty cop’s handgun fired while he was using the bathroom of a Japanese steakhouse. 6/2018
Ohio. A man in his 60s shot himself in the groin inside a restroom at the Austin Landing HomeGoods store. Since his holster wasn’t made for the gun he was carrying, he stuffed paper into the holster to get a tight fit. 5/2018
Florida. A man set his handgun on a bannister while cleaning the restroom at the Oasis Boatyard. It fell off and fired a bullet into his leg. 9/2017
Texas. A man accidentally wounded himself while in the restroom of a strip club. 1/2017
Alaska. A man in the restroom of a Fred Meyer store was trying to set his gun on the toilet paper dispenser when it fell to the floor and fire, hitting him in the calf. 2/2017
New Orleans. A man was watching a parade when he was shot in the side. The bullet came from inside a portable toilet. 2/2017
Pennsylvania. A man accidentally fired his handgun inside the restroom of a bar at the Sandusky Mall. 11/2016
Mississippi. A man shot shot himself in the leg while in the bathroom of a company he was doing work for. 11/2016
Florida. A bank worker, while using the restroom, accidentally shot himself in the leg while removing the gun from its holster. 11/206
Missouri. A Home Depot employee was shot in the leg after a man dropped his gun in the restroom. 12/2016
Michigan. A concealed-carry license holder, in a restroom stall at Walmart, was placing his pistol in a different pocket when he fired into the floor. A piece of shrapnel hit the ankle of another man just entering the restroom. 7/2016
Hawaii. While in a bathroom stall at Target, a man removed his Glock from the holster and set it on the toilet paper dispenser. It fired, ricocheting into the next stall. Nobody was hurt.
Vermont. While in the bathroom of a McKee’s Island Pub and Pizza restaurant, a 31-year-old man shot himself in the hip with his .45 pistol.
Kentucky. A man set his handgun on the toilet-paper dispenser in the bathroom of an Italian restaurant. It fell off and shot him in the leg.
Pennsylvania. A man accidentally fired his 9mm pistol while in the bathroom of a Burger King.
Florida. While in a restaurant restroom, a man at a urinal was removing his gun from his waistband when his finger slipped into the trigger guard. A bullet fired into the wall.
Ohio. At a Chick-Fil-A, a man in a restroom was pulling his pants up when his Glock discharged, grazing his leg.
Tennessee. After going to the bathroom at work, a man shot himself in the leg while holstering his handgun.
New Jersey. A policeman in the police headquarters shot himself in the hip while in the bathroom. 6/2014
Louisiana. While at a strip club, an off-duty policeman went into the restroom to check if the firearm in his ankle holster was loaded. The Glock accidentally discharged. 4/2013
Illinois. A man accidentally discharged his gun wile using the bathroom inside a public Megabus. Then, when he tried to exit the bus, the gun fell out of his waistband. Another passenger subdued him until police arrived. 5/2015
Kentucky. A man shot himself in the leg while using the bathroom at a Fazoli’s. He had set his pistol on the toilet paper dispenser, and it fell off.
Michigan. An electrician working at city hall accidentally shot himself in the lower body with a .45 while in a restroom. 2013
Vermont. A man, 24, accidentally fired his gun in an Applebee’s restroom. 2015
Missouri. A state House staffer left a loaded 9mm Kahr, with a round in the chamber, atop a a toilet paper dispenser in a public restroom at the state capitol. 2013
Ohio. While pulling his pants up in the bathroom of a Chick-fil-A, a man shot himself in the leg with his Glock. 4/2015
Michigan. A man found an H&K 9mm in a Bob Evans restroom. When he picked it up, the gun fired into the wall. 11/2014
Kentucky. A man set his postiol on the toilet paper dispenser. It slipped off and shot him in the leg.
Florida. An off-duty policeman, while using a restaurant bathroom, removed a gun from his waistband and set it aop the urinal. His finger slipped into the trigger guard, and he fired a bullet into the wall.
Colorado. A man shot himself in the leg while using the restroom of a gas station. The handgun in his pocket discharged. 5/2016

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Date: February 11, 2019 08:30PM

p9 Wrote:
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> Dems are Dumb Wrote:
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> > WOW a whole 14 accidents in one year, that's an
> > incredible safety record. In that same year
> > 400,000 people died of medical malpractice
> > ………
> >
> > A guy last night posted 225 DGUs in just the
> first
> > 5 weeks 2019.
>
> Don't you ever get tired of getting trolled?

Is that what you are doing, is trolling??? I thought we were having a discussion on the stupidity of the Democrat's Gun Control bullshit.

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Date: February 11, 2019 08:34PM

outh Carolina. A volunteer on Seacoast Church’s security team accidentally fired his weapon in the building. He had unloaded his 9mm handgun and placed it on a windowsill with the slide open. After inserting a magazine and releasing the slide, he did a dry-fire, not realizing there was a round in the chamber. It struck the floor. 2/2019
Utah. A .22 revolver accidentally fired in a Mormon church, sending a bullet through a wall and into a classroom with teens. It was carried in a backpack by a 74-year-old man. The hammer apparently got caught on something. 9/2018
Florida. A man was teaching gun safety at Eglise Baptiste Philadelphia church to three young people when he accidentally snagged the trigger of his 9mm pistol and it fired. 4/2018
Kentucky. A grandmother was heading home after church with three grandsons, one of whom was driving. The other two, ages 12 and 17, were in the backseat passing around a muzzle3-loading pistol which they didn’t realize was loaded. It fired, killing the grandmother. 10/17
Texas. A man attending church shot himself in the foot after reaching into his pocket to get his keys–the same pocket that also held his gun. He had a CCW permit.
Colorado. A man worked as an armed security guard for a church that met in a Clarion Hotel. Believing his gun was empty, he racked the slide and used the trigger to decock the firearm. It discharged into a chair and lodged in the floor.
Mississippi. As the congregation finished singing a hymn, a man went to sit down and the 9mm in his front pocket discharged.
Missouri. A truck driver’s .38 accidentally fired in a church, shooting a man through the chest. The two men were cleaning up after a fundraiser. The Cobra Derringer fell out of the man’s coat pocket as he prepared to leave, hit the floor, and fired. Because people were popping balloons, he didn’t even know his gun had fired. A woman noticed the gun lying on the floor and gave it to him before he exited. Only later, upon hearing news of a shooting, did he realize it was from his own gun. 2/2012
Pennsylvania. As a man stood during an Easter vigil Mass, the trigger of the gun in his pocket tangled in his pants, and a bullet discharged, hitting him in the hand. 4/2015
Florida. Two men were in a small closet, looking over a handgun one of them was interested in buying from the other. The seller removed the magazine from the Ruger 9mm, but didn’t know a round was still chambered. A bullet fired through the wall and killed the pastor’s daughter, age 20. 4/2012
Kentucky. The sheriff’s deputy was at a wedding when his gun fell out of his jacket, hit the ground, and fired a bullet into his mother.
Tennessee. A man with a carry permit accidentally discharged the 9mm Glock in his pocket on Easter Sunday. The bullet tore a hole through his pants and went into the floor. 4/2017
Phoenix. At a church, a man was showing another parishioner his weapon in the kitchen. As he cleared the weapon, the round in the chamber discharged and struck the ceramic floor. shrapnel hit a woman in the leg, and she was taken to the hospital. 5/2016
Georgia. A man was eating in a mall food court when the gun he was carrying fired into the floor. Fragments injured two women. Said the police chief, “We are looking for him because we got a slew of nice charges for his dumb self.” 1/2019
North Carolina. A man accidentally discharged a firearm while in an Asheville hospital. 2/2019
South Carolina. A man and woman were playing with a handgun behind a strip club when the man was shot in the abdomen. 1/2019
Chicago. A man was walking at night when the gun in his pants pocket discharged, hitting him in the leg. 11/2018
Florida. A couple were camping in a tent. The woman was worried that nearby target shooters might hit her cats. The boyfriend went outside the tent to fire a warning shot from a shotgun, but he slipped and accidentally killed his girlfriend of 23 years. 10/2018
Wisconsin. Two teens on a city bus. One is showing the other a handgun, and it fires, hitting oneo f them in the leg. 9/2018
Louisiana. Two boys, 19, were hanging out at an intersection. One pulled out a gun to show the other, and it accidentally fired, striking the other boy in the leg. 7/2018
Florida. A man was walking through Busch Gardens on July 4 when a bullet hit his shoulder–probably a stray celebratory bullet. 7/2018
Idaho. A man was changing his pants and, while trying to secure a firearm in his pants, shot himself in the leg. 7/2018
Virginia. A court officer, while placing a gun in his holster, shot himself in the leg. 6/2018
Alabama. A man having an evening walk with his girlfriend when he twirled his Colt .45 revolver on a finger. He dropped it, and the gun fired a bullet into his abdomen, killing him. 6/2018
Denver. An off-duty cop, dancing at a nightclub, did a backflip, and his handgun fell from his holder. As he picked it up, the gun fired, hitting another man in the leg. 6/2018
Indiana. A woman, 37, was running down a road when she tripped and fell, and her 9mm handgun fired. 5/2018
Washington. A girl, 12, was target shooting. After firing a lever-action .22, she set the rifle down to check her target. Her mother’s boyfriend, noticing that she left the rifle loaded with the hammer cocked, tried to lower the hammer. The rifle fired, killing the girl. 5/2018
Cleveland. A man set his handgun onto the seat of his car. It fired a bullet through the vehicle and into the lower back of a man in the next car. 5/2018
Louisiana. A policeman, while in his office teaching two summer interns about gun safety, accidentally fired his .40 Glock. 6/2018
Colorado. At a youth baseball game, a man accidentally fired his handgun into the4 dirt beneath the bleachers. 6/2018
Colorado. A man, 30, accidentally shot himself in the stomach at a country music festival (at which firearms were not permitted). 6/2018
Idaho. A man was walking when the .22 pistol in his pocket discharged, shooting him in the leg. 5/2018
South Carolina. A man was walking along a street when the handgun in his pocket accidentally fired, skimming his leg. 4/2018
Arkansas. A man on the town square pulled out his gun to look at it, and it fired a bullet into a nearby building. 3/2018
Virginia. A man accidentally fired a gun while getting off a public bus. 5/2018
Wisconsin. A man at a factory shot himself in the leg. 3/2018
Wisconsin. A man spun his .22 revolver as he tried to replace it in his holster, and it fired, going through his index finger and ending up in his groin. 4/2018
South Carolina. A man, walking along a street, was shot in the leg when the handgun in his pocket accidentally fired. 4/2018
Indiana. Several young men went camping. Upon hearing something in the woods, one man pulled a gun and pointed it toward the trees. He fumbled the gun while reholstering it, and a bullet his a friend in the head, killing him. 4/2018
Nebraska. An Omaho police officer dry-fired a Glock 19, thinking it was not loaded, but it fired a bullet into a window at a safety training center. 5/2018
Tennessee. After target practicing, three men were walking home when one man accidentally fired his .22 rifle into another man’s back. “The man who held the rifle thought the gun was unloaded.” 1/2018
Florida. A man was cleaning his gun in a fairgrounds parking lot, outside a gun show, and shot himself in the hand. 1/2018
Tennessee. A patient at a health clinic was carrying a .38 Derringer. It fel out of his pocket, hit the floor, and fired a bullet into the wall. 3/2018
Mississippi. A man seated in his vehicle outside a gun show accidentally shot himself. 3/2018
Indiana. A man at a gas station was rearranging items in his back seat when a shotgun, which he didn’t know was there, accidentally discharged. Pellets struck a truck, in which were a woman and her two kids. 2/2018
Michigan. A man was patting down a visitor to a motorcycle club, making sure no weapons were brought inside, when he was shot in the hand by a handgun, which the man had holstered. 2/2018
Wisconsin. A man on a downtown charter bus shot himself in the groin with the handgun tucked in the front of his pants. 8/17
Missouri. Two teens found a gun in a park and, thinking it was unloaded, began playing with it. One was shot in the neck and died. 8/17
Louisiana. A man accidentally fired a .22 handgun in the waiting area of a Baton Rouge hospital.
Detroit. A woman walking outside was attacked by a dog. She called to a 53-year-old neighbor for help. He came out with his gun, fired several shots at the dog, and ended up accidentally killing the woman. 10/17
Arizona. A women at a gun range shot herself in the leg with her .22 handgun after hot brass from a nearby shooter went down her shirt. 9/2017
Michigan. At a home daycare center, two three-year-olds were shot by another toddler who found a gun in the home. 9/2017
Colorado Springs. Workers were passing around a gun at a business. One of them racked the slide and pulled the trigger, shooting a coworker in the foot. 9/2017
Florida. A man, 60, was crawling over a fence when his gun discharged, killing him. 2/2017
Pennsylvania. A man carrying a flag at the Gettysburg battlefield shot himself in the thigh when he rested his flagpole against the leg holster, causing the gun to fire. 7/2017
Utah. A woman visiting the state Attorney General’s Office accidentally fired her concealed-carry handgun. 7/2017
New York. A disabled man in an electric wheelchair was being helped onto a public bus when he dropped his gun and it discharged inside the bus. 7/2017
Utah. Some people were out walking a dog. One person pulled out a gun to shoot a dog which ran from a home to attack their dog, and accidentally shot one of the other walkers. 4/2017
Mississippi. A woman in a doctor’s office dropped her purse, and the gun inside discharged, striking another patient in the leg. 5/2017
Florida. A road worker found a gun in a ditch along a highway. It went off and hit another man in the chest. 1/2017
New York. A firefighter accidentally shot himself in the hand inside a firehouse. 2/2017
Colorado Springs. A 19-year-old was handling his gun in a car while taking a break at the car dealership where he worked, and shot himself in the leg. 1/2017
Houston. A man was shopping at the Galleria when a gun fell from his backpack and fired. 2/2017
Cincinnati. An off-duty officer, after dinner out with his wife, was headed to his car when his .40 handgun discharged in an elevator. The ricochet struck him in the stomach. 1/2015
North Carolina. An officer was transporting a prisoner from the jail to a hospital when his gun discharged, sending a bullet through two floors of the hospital. 7/2013
Florida. A man was bowling with a gun in his pocket when it shot him in the leg. 2013
Ohio. A couple were out for a walk. As the husband adjusted his pants, a gun dropped out of his pants pocket, hit the sidewalk, and fired a bullet into her leg. 2013
Detroit. A woman shot herself in the leg in a casino (where it was illegal to take a gun). 2013
Tennessee. A city official was exiting his car outside a doctor’s office when the .22 pistol in his coat fired into his stomach. 2/2016
Pennsylvania. A security guard was rummaging in a duffel bag at a rail stop when his gun fired. A 21-year-old woman was hit in the face and arm with shrapnel.
Georgia. A bank security guard shot herself in the leg while examining a coworker’s gun in the breakroom. 2015
Georgia. A Navy recruiter accidentally shot himself in the leg in a recruiting center. 2015
South Carolina. The manager of a Gold’s Gym was showing a gun to a member when it fired into the desk.
Fort Wayne, Indiana. On January 8, a father and son were closing their automotive shop. When the son gathered up his father’s belongings, his father’s .38 revolver slipped out of his grip, hit the ground, and sent a bullet into his leg.
New York City. A lavish wedding at the Waldorf Astoria was interrupted when a 9mm handgun, in the pocket of a cousin of the groom, discharged. It grazed the head of one woman, and three other guests were struck by flying marble, tile, and glass.
New York. An off-duty policeman took his handgun into an MRI room. The machine’s magnets pulled it from his grip, and the gun fired.
Florida. In an internet cafe, a man’s gun fell from his belt and fired into the back of a 40-year-old woman, killing her. 10/2009
Ohio. Volunteers playing soldier were guarding a military recruiting center in Lancaster, Ohio. One of them accidentally fired his AR-15 into the pavement. The owner of the shopping center asked them to leave.
Houston. While at the Delta ticket counter at Bush Airport, a man removed a gun from his carry-on baggage to have it checked in. It fired inside the bag. 6/2015
Kentucky. A state representative was unloading her Ruger .380 in her office at the Capitol Annex when it fired.
Indiana. A gun accidentally fired in a public library, where a group of gun hobbyists were having a meeting.
Florida. A Navy recruiter at a recruiting office shot himself in the thigh.
Indiana. In the county courthouse, a deputy was showing a gun to another county employee when the gun fired.
Indianapolis. A veteran wounded himself at the VA hospital when the handgun he carried in his pocket discharged in a procedure room. “No Guns” signs were posted at every entrance of the hospital.
Iowa. A policeman accidentally discharged his weapon in a room at the Des Moines airport while practicing his quick-draw skills. 12/2015
New York. A 15-year-old, while walking home, felt his gun falling down his pants leg. When he grabbed it, the gun fired and shot him in the groin.
Cincinnati. Three teens were playing with a gun at a traffic intersection when one of them was shot.
North Dakota. At the Bismarck airport, a man was trying to disarm his shotgun to check it in when it fired, hitting the wall.
Vermont. A truck driver was making a delivery. As he bent over, the gun kept in a holster inside his pants pocket fired.
Colorado. Two boys in a parked car at a Shell station found a handgun and began handling it. One was killed by a shot to the head. 1/2016
Chicago. A woman sorting donated clothing at a thrift store was killed by a .22 handgun hidden inside a sock. It fired as a male coworkers was shaking out the sock. 3/2014
Colorado. A 9-year-old boy died after being shot in the head outside a Shell gas station. He and his brother, 8, found a handgun in the car while a family friend was operating the gas pump.
Dallas. Inside a mall, a man and woman got in an argument. The woman swung her purse at him, and a small gun fell out and discharged after hitting the floor. 3/2016
Georgia. A woman met a man at a gas station to look at a handgun she was interested in buying. She took it into a restroom to look at it, and accidentally shot herself in the shoulder.
San Diego. A man brought an AK-47 ot the factory to show a 17-year-old coworker. He removed the magazine, but left a round chambered. It shot the younger man. 2006
Texas. An insurance worker shot himself in his office cubicle. He put his .45 handgun into a jacket pocket, which he draped over the back of his chair. The gun discharged, striking both of his legs. 2007
Florida. An ex-cop, 77, whipped out his 10mm pistol to show his podiatrist during an office visit. The gun went off, sending a bullet through the patient’s thigh and into the doctor’s foot. 4/2016
Indianapolis. Two young boys found a gun in an alley. A 10-year-old killed himself after picking up the gun and pulling the trigger. 5/2016
Mississippi. A woman was in the emergency room with her two-year-old daughter. While standing at a vending machine, the mother dropped her purse, and the gun inside fired. The bullet bounced off the vending machine and grazed the girl’s face.
Indiana. A man riding his bike managed to shoot himself in the leg with the handgun he was carrying. 5/2016
Illinois. A man was at the dentist’s office undergoing a procedure when his phone rang. He reached for his phone, but grabbed his handgun instead and shot himself in the hand. 9/2016
Texas. A couple of people were in a Days Inn, and one was playing with a handgun. It fired, killing a man with a shot to the head. 2/2019
New York. A man was cleaning his gun in a Residence Inn when it discharged. 12/2018
Georgia. A man tucked a gun in his waistband while leaving a hotel. It began to fall out as he carried luggage down a flight of stairs. As he reached for it to keep it from falling, it fired through his pants. A woman and child nearby were struck by shrapnel from the floor. 7/2018
Georgia. A 17-year-old shot himself in the hand while removing a clip from a handgun at a hotel. 6/2018
Washington. A man and a woman, both about 25, were staying in a hotel. When the man began playing with a handgun, the woman told him to stop, because she felt uncomfortable. He said not to worry, because the gun was unloaded. He then pointed the gun at his head, pulled the trigger…and killed himself. 6/2018
New York. A Texas man shot himself in the finger while cleaning his gun at a Days Inn. 4/2018
Las Vegas. A guest at the Excalibur shot himself in the arm around 4 am. 3/2018
Ohio. At a hotel, a women was trying to turn on the safety when the gun fired a bullet into the chest of her two-year-old daughter, killing her. 4/2018
San Antonio. A couple were drinking and playing with a gun at a Budget Suites when it discharged, grazing the woman and hitting the man in the leg. 8/17
Maryland. A man at a Ramada Inn shot himself in the finger whiel removing his .380 Ruger handgun from his suitcase.
Texas. Two men at a Hampton Inn pool were discussing state gun license laws. As one man pulled out his .380 pistol to show the other guy, he shot himself in the leg. 7/2017
Ohio. A man was showing off a gun inside a Hawthorne Suites room when it accidentally fired, killing a 332-year-old woman. 7/2017
Indiana. A gun was being passed around at a party in the Regency Inn when it fired, wouding one of the persons in the head. 1/2017
Pennsylvania. Three men told police they were “playing with a gun” in a Comfort Inn when it went off, firing a bullet into the next room. 2/2017
Tennessee. In a Hyatt Place, a man mishandled his handgun and it fired, striking both him and a woman. 2/2017
Iowa. An intoxicated man, staying at the Buena Vista Inn and Suites, shot himself in the leg while retrieving a .45 handgun from his car. 10/2016
Seattle. While staying in a motel with his mother and her boyfriend, a two-year-old boy found the man’s handgun in a bag and shot himself in the arm. 8/2016
Phoenix. In a Motel 6, a woman accidentally killed her boyfriend with an AK-47 lying on the bed. 8/2016
Seattle. A two-year-old boy critically wounded himself while handling a handgun at a motel. 7/2016
Texas. A 3-year-old got hold of a gun in a motel and shot a 73-year-old man in the chest. 8/2016
New Hampshire. A man accidentally fired a bullet into a neighboring room at a Hampton Inn. 7/2016
Mississippi. A person shot himself in the foot while in a Select Inn.
Florida. A man was checking out of a Marriott Suites hotel. He grabbed for the walled in his left pocket, and instead grabbed his 9mm Glock, causing it to fire. The bullet grazed his leg, hit the tile floor, and wounded two adults and two children, ages 5 and 2. 5/2015
Alabama. A woman in a Birmingham motel heard a noise, and grabbed for the gun under her pillow. She shot herself in the chest. 2/2016
Alabama. A woman staying with her toddler son at a Delux Inn & Suites heard a noise during the night. She grabbed the gun under her pillow and accidentally shot herself in the chest. (2-2016)
New Mexico. In a motel, a three-year-old pulled a pistol from his mother’s handbag and fired once. The bullet struck both parents, neither seriously. The mother had bought the .45 earlier that day.
Louisiana. A man shot himself in the abdomen while inside a Mainstay Suites. Police found him by a vehicle in the parking lot. 12/2015
Texas. A man was practicing his draw in the parking lot of an Extended Stay American when his .40 Glock discharged, firing a bullet through the window of a neighboring La Quinta hotel and missing a guest by 18 inches.
Florida. A man in a motel awoke to the sound of his cell phone alarm. He mistakenly picked up his handgun, and while trying to “shut off the alarm,” shot himself in the hand.
New Jersey. While cleaning his gun at a Ramada Limited Hotel, a man shot himself in the face.11/2015
Dallas. A woman was sitting in her Microtel room watching TV with her husband and son when a bullet from a neighboring room struck her in the chest, killing her.
Florida. A man was carrying a 9mm Glock in his pocket while in the lobby of a Marriott hotel. When he reached into his pocket to get his walled, the gun fired, grazing his leg and sending shrapnel into four other persons. 5/2015
Indiana. At a Day’s Inn, a customer accidentally fired his weapon into the room beneath him, where a family of four were staying. 7/2015
Florida. Two adults were handling a gun inside a La Quinta hotel when it shot one man in the arm. 10/2015
Chicago. A man fatally shot himself in the abdomen while cleaning his gun at a Hawthorn Suites hotel.
Kentucky. A man accidentally discharged his gun in a Days Inn. 12/2015
Michigan. An off-duty cop accidentally fired a bullet through two hotel rooms at a Holiday Inn Express. 2013
Tennessee. A national guard sergeant accidentally fired a fellow guardsman’s handgun inside a Clarion Hotel room.
Seattle. A family was awakened when a bullet entered from a neighboring room, which had been rented to a group of teenagers. 2013
Cleveland. Three days after checking out of a hotel, a woman called to say she had left a loaded handgun in her room. It was still in the nightstand drawer, with five rounds in the magazine and one chambered. 2013
Georgia. A two-year-old was in critical condition after shooting himself in the stomach in a Knight’s Inn. He found his mother’s gun in her purse. 3/2016
Michigan. A woman at a Fairfield accidentally fired a bullet through the TV and into the wall. 4/2016
California. A Motel 6 guest accidentally discharged a gun. The bullet struck the hand of a man in the lobby. 5/2016
Alabama. A man staying at the Inn Town Suites shot himself in the leg. 6/2016
Minnesota. A woman, 18, mishandled a shotgun and fired into the apartment below. 1/2019
Connecticut. A woman was sitting in her apartment when a bullet came through the ceiling, striking her in the head. 1/2019
Missouri. A man cleaning his gun accidentally fired into the apartment below, hitting a man. 12/2018
Wisconsin. A man accidentally fired a bullet into the next apartment, where it lodged in a bathroom mirror. 12/2018
Connecticut. A man was cleaning his gun when it fired a bullet into a refrigerator in the adjoining apartment. 12/2018
Oklahoma. A man was taking a selfie of himself holding a gun when it fired. A one-year-old baby, asleep in a crib in the next apartment, was struck in the abdomen. 12/2018
North Carolina. A woman was shot in the leg by a bullet which came from the apartment above. 11/2018
Missouri. A teen had a stolen handgun, and was trying to show other apartment occupants that it wasn’t loaded. It fired a bullet through a TV and wall and into the next apartment. 11/2018
Arizona. A man was taking a shower when a bullet, accidentally fired in a neighboring apartment, came through the shower wall and nearly hit him. 10/2018
Missouri. A man, 21, was sleeping when his 2-year-old niece picked up his loaded firearm and accientally killed herself with a shot to the chest. 6/2018
Virginia. Two teenage boys were playing with a gun inside a vacant apartment when one was shot in the leg. 6/2018
South Dakota. Four men were passing around a .38 handgun when one of them picked up a .45 pistol and pointed it in the direction of his companions. It accidentally fired, hitting one in the chest and killing him. 6/2018
California. A woman was holding her two-month-old baby when her foot was hit by a bullet, accidentally fired by a man in the apartment above. 6/2018
Chicago. A man was “playing with a handgun” in an apartment when it fell and discharged, killing a 17-year-old girl. 5/2018
North Dakota. A man fired his handgun while holstering it, sending a bullet through the wall into the hallway. 5/2018
Delaware. Two men were walking down the apartment staircase. As one moved his gun into a pocket, it fired, striking the other mani n the leg. 5/2018
Florida. A handgun fired after falling out of a 19-year-old’s waistband. The .22 bullet grazed his head. 6/2018
Chicago. A man was lying hi nis bed when he was shot in the thigh, the bullet coming through the wall from a neighboring apartment. 5/2018
Virginia. A man, 21, was killed when a man in the breezeway of the apartment complex accidentally discharged a handgun. 4/2018
Indiana. An 11-month-old baby was grazed in the leg while sleeping in his crib. The .45 bullet came through the ceiling from the apartment above, where a man was cleaning his handgun. 4/2018
North Dakota. A woman cleaning her gun pulled the trigger and fired a round through the floor into the apartment below. A man was sitting nearby, but wasn’t hit. 4/2018
Indiana. A man loading his 9mm pistol fired a bullet through the floor into a love seat in the apartment below, near a resident. 1/2018
Cincinnati. A 13-year-old boy with a disability was shot while sitting on the couch watching a movie with is dad. The bullet came from an adjacent apartment, where a man was trying to sell a gun. 3/2018
Dallas. A man cleaning his assault rifle at 3 am accidentally fired a bulet into a neighboring apartment, where a woman was sleeping. 3/2018
Texas. A man accidentally fired his handgun, hitting the arm of a man in the neighboring apartment. 2/2018
California. A woman sitting on her couch watching TV was shot in the leg by a bullet from the apartment above, where a man was cleaning his Glock 9mm. 8/17
Tennessee. A man was playing the video game Call of Duty with a loaded AR-15 on his lap. It fired a bullet into the apartment of his 75-year-old neighbor.
Georgia. A 22-year-old man pulled the trigger of a weapon, sending a bullet through several neighboring apartments. 10/17
Idaho. A man accidentally fired a shotgun into the bathroom of the neighboring apartment. 10/17
Tennessee. A man accidentally fired his 9mm Glock, sending a bullet into the neighboring apartment. 2/2017
Alaska. A man, 22, accidentally fired a handgun into the apartment above him, critically injuring a woman with a bullet through her back. 6/2017
Utah. As a man removed his 30.06 rifle from its case, it fired a bullet into the next apartment, where a child was sleeping. 7/2017
Michigan. A man cleaning his gun accidentally fired a round into a neighboring apartment, striking one woman in the leg and another in the arm. 7/2017
Alaska. A sleeping woman was struck in the chest by a bullet fired from the apartment above her. 7/2017
North Dakota. A man was inspecting his 9mm handgun when it fired through the ceiling, nearly hitting a three-year-old girl in the apartment above. 3/2017
Las Vegas. A bullet fired from a neighboring apartment struck a 4-month-old baby in the hand. 4/2017
California. A teenage girl was hit in the abdomen by a bullet accidentally fired by a man in a neighboring apartment. 4/2017
Florida. A man high on heroin decided to clean his gun. Two bullets fired through the floor into the apartment below, almost hitting a man and a cat. 4/2017
Utah. Party-goers fired several shots in an apartment. One struck a woman sleeping on a couch in another apartment, nearly severing a finger. 4/2017
Nebraska. A gun discharged while an off-duty deputy was cleaning it at 4 am. 2/2017
Kansas City. A woman was getting ready for bed when she felt a stinging in her lower back. A bullet had come from the apartment above. 2/2017
Kentucky. A man accidentally fired his rifle inside his apartment. The bullet went into the next apartment, hitting the wall above the bed where neighbors were sleeping. 2/2017
Ohio. A man, 25, said he thought the gun was unloaded when it pointed it at a boy, 14, and pulled the trigger, shooting him in the stomach. 2/2017
Indiana. A bullet from a neighboring apartment struck a boy, 10, in the groin. 11/2016
Virginia. Three kids messing with a handgun fired a bullet into the apartment of a woman next door. 11/2016
California. An intoxicated man accidentally shot himself in the leg, and the bullet ended up in the wall of a neighboring apartment. 10/2016
Florida. A two-year old girl, sleeping in her bedroom, was wounded when a man in a neighboring apartment accidentally fired his shotgun. He said he thought it was unloaded. 10/2016
North Carolina. A man accidentally fired into his floor, hitting a woman in the apartment below. 10/2016
Nebraska. A man accidentally fired his 9mm through the floor into the apartment below. 6/2016
San Francisco. A man cleaning his weapon didn’t realize there was a bullet in the chamber. It fired, hitting a neighbor in the apartment below in the leg. 7/2016
Texas. A man was shot in the lower back as he slept, thanks to an accidental discharge in the neighboring apartment.
Colorado. A man was cleaning his gun when a bullet went through a wall, striking a neighbor sitting on her couch in the next apartment.
Tennessee. A 16-year-old was “fumbling around” with a gun when it fell on the floor and fired into the neighboring apartment, hitting a teenage mother in the stomach and grazing the 3-month-old child she was holding.
Missouri. A drunk man accidentally discharged his gun. The bullet struck a boy, 7, sleeping in the apartment below.
Michigan. A man previously cited for recklessness after accidentally shooting himself fired a round into his neighbor’s apartment while cleaning his gun.
California. A 21-year-old “playing” with his Glock 17 accidentally fired a 9mm round into the next apartment. Police confiscated all 7 of his firearms.
Washington. A woman was examining her gun, which she thought was unloaded, when she fired a bullet into a neighbor’s apartment. 2/2016
Oregon. A man used his fully-automatic assault rifle as a crutch to help stand up from a couch. In leaning on the rifle, a burst of bullets fired through the ceiling, killing a five-year-old girl and wounding another woman in the apartment above.
Houston. After one month on the force, a 25-year-old policeman was handing his gun at 4am when it discharged into the next apartment, hitting a sleeping neighbor in the back. 1/2016
Oregon. A woman sitting on her couch was sprayed with drywall and came within inches of being hit by a bullet fired by a neighbor cleaning his gun.
New York. A man was cleaning his handgun when it discharged, sending a bullet into the neighboring apartment, where it struck the headboard where a person was sleeping.
California. A man accidentally fired a 30.06 hunting rifle through his foot and into the apartment downstairs, striking a sleeping 9-year-old boy in the leg. 10/2015
Louisiana,. A 26-year-old man was killed when a shotgun discharged in the neighboring apartment. A neighbor, 23, had laid the gun on the bed, pointing at the wall. It fired as he pulled up the bed covers. 9/2013
Wisconsin. A young man, 20, accidentally fired his AR-15 through his apartment ceiling, hitting a man in the stomach as he lay on his couch. 3/2014
Seattle. After putting a sling on his rifle, a man pulled the trigger, not knowing it was loaded. A round grazed the head of a man in the apartment below. 4/2010
North Dakota. A 25-year-old “messing” with his gun fired a bullet into the apartment below, nearly hitting a woman sitting on her couch. 12/2015
Montana. A woman sleeping in her apartment awoke with a burning sensation in her leg. She’d been shot by a neighbor, 22, who was cleaning his rifle. 1/2011
North Dakota. A man cleaning his AR-15 in his apartment ejected the magazine, but left a round in the chamber. He accidentally fired down a hall, through a toilet, and into a closet. 4/2010
North Carolina. As a man was packing to move, his gun fired through the wall into the next apartment, hitting a neighbor in the arm. 8/2014
New York. A man cleaning his hunting rifle, not realizing it was loaded, fired a bullet into a neighboring apartment filled with people. Debris injured a four-year-old boy.
Montana. A college student, while cleaning his .44 magnum revolver, fired a bullet into the apartment below him. 9/2015
New York. A police officer was unloading her .40 Glock when it discharged through the floor, striking a man in the downstairs apartment as he was making dinner. She had removed the magazine, but left a round in the chamber. 7/2002
Virginia. Two university students accidentally fired an AK-47 inside their apartment. The bullet went through two apartments and narrowly missed a female student.
Pennsylvania. A man fell asleep with his AR-15 on his lap while watching a Youtube video about the new trigger he had just installed. He awoke when it fired a bullet into the the bedroom of a neighboring apartment, where a couple were asleep. 6/2014
Connecticut. Two men arguing in an upstairs apartment began wrestling with a gun, which fired through the floor and struck a woman watching TV. 10/2014
Cleveland. A 16-year-old boy accidentally fired a .380 round into a neighbor’s apartment.
New York. A man, 18, was cleaning his shotgun with several other people in the apartment. As he stood up, the gun fired, killing his girlfriend’s 7-month-old baby. 11/2015
Colorado Springs. A man accidentally fired his gun while cleaning it, hitting a man in the next apartment.
Ohio. A man was cleaning his handgun when it fired through the floor into the apartment beneath him, striking a 53-year-old woman in the chest.
Tennessee. A man accidentally fired his gun through the floor of his apartment. It killed a 13-year-old girl in the apartment below, and grazed the baby she was holding. Another person went upstairs and shot and killed the original shooter. 1/2016
Louisiana. A couple woke up at 3am after hearing what sounded like a gunshot, but went back to sleep. The next morning they discovered a bullet had struck their headboard. An intoxicated woman in the next apartment pulled the trigger of a handgun, thinking it was unloaded. 12/2015
Indiana. A Fort Wayne woman was cooking when a bullet from the upstairs apartment lodged in her cabinet. Witnesses said someone was “playing” with a gun when it fired.
West Virginia. A woman was struck by a bullet accidentally fired from the apartment above. 3/2016
Pennsylvania. A bullet flew through the ceiling into a deli, accidentally fired by a man in the apartment above. 2015.
Georgia. A man cleaning his 9mm Glock at 2:15 am hadn’t cleared the chamber. A bullet fired through two neighboring apartments before coming to a stop. 3/2016
Texas. A man was hit in the back by a bullet accidentally fired from a neighboring apartment. 1/2016
Arizona. As he exited his car outside his apartment, a 74-year-old man’s unholstered gun in his pocket fired into his thigh. 3/201
North Dakota. People had a scare when rifle bullets flew into their apartment, passing through two walls before lodging in a brick wall. A neighbor said he thought his rifle was unloaded. 3/2016
Tennessee. A man clearing his 9mm handgun fired a bullet into the neighboring apartment, nearly missing a sleeping woman. 1/2016
Arkansas. Around 4am, a man accidentally fired his shotgun, blowing a hole through the apartment wall next to the bed where a neighbor was sleeping. 5/2016
Georgia. A man accidentally pulled the trigger of his handgun. It went through his hand, through a woman’s leg, then passed through a wall into the next apartment, hitting an infant in the back while his mother was feeding him. 5/2016
Louisiana. A teenage couple were handling a 9mm handgun when it fired into the apartment below, hitting a sleeping resident in the abdomen. 5/2016
Utah. A shotgun slug accidentally fired in a trailer went through two other trailers before stopping on the outside of a fourth trailer. All four trailers were occupied at the time, but nobody was hurt. 5/2016
Florida. A man dropped his handgun and it fired into a neighbor’s apartment, nearly hitting the couple inside. 6/2016
Pennsylvania. A man accidentally fired his gun through the floor into the apartment below him, where two people were sleeping. 8/2016
Chicago. A man accidentally fired his rifle into the bedroom of a neighboring apartment. 9/2016
Florida. Two men were handling a shotgun when it fired, grazing a two-year-old girl sleeping in a neighboring apartment. 10/2016

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Pennsylvania. A man, 25, accidentally fired his AK-47 rifle about 11pm on night. The bullet went through the wall and struck a woman, 38, in the head as she lay in bed next to her husband. 4/2018
Minnesota. A man handling a shotgun accidentally fired buckshot into the side of a neighboring home.
Michigan. A man was showing his girlfriend how to safely handle a handgun when the .45 fired a round through a glass storm door and through the wall of a neighbor’s house, settling in a couch. 11/2016
Tennessee. A man was holding his gun in his bathroom when it fired a bullet into a neighboring home where eight people, including five children, were inside. 5/2017
Kentucky. A man was cleaning his gun when it discharged, sending a bullet into a neighboring house inches from where two young boys were sitting.
South Carolina. A man fired his shotgun to scare away a black lab that he been relieving himself on his property. The blast struck the dog’s owner, who who was nearby woods talking on his cellphone 1/2016
North Dakota. A man unloading his handgun accidentally fired a bullet, striking a woman standing outside his trailer home. 12/2015
Wisconsin. A man heard about an aggressive dog in the neighborhood, and fetched his AR-15 to “defend his property,” according to police. He fired eight shots at the dog, missing every time but hitting a house and Jeep.
West Virginia. A woman, 57, thought she heard intruders outside. She went out with her .40 pistol and fired several shots into the air. One killed her 11-year-old son sleeping in an upstairs bedroom.
Connecticut. A woman accidentally fired her handgun through the window of a neighbor’s home as she cleaned her handgun. 10/2015
Florida. During a party to welcome home his 3-day-old son, a new father was killed by a bullet accidentally fired in a neighbor’s home. The man said the gun “doesn’t usually shoot.” 6/2014
Florida. A man, 21, set up a backyard shooting range with a three-foot snd berm to stop bullets. One bullet flew through the sliding glass door of a nearby house, hitting a woman in the hand.
Phoenix. A man was shot in the wrist by a bullet fired from inside a neighboring house.
Pittsburgh. A couple were watching TV around 9pm when a bullet flew into their home, missing the husband by 6 inches. 10/2014
Kentucky. A man cleaning his gun discharged a bullet through the window and into a neighboring home, inches from where two young boys were sitting. 1/2016
Indiana. A 46-year-old woman was sitting on her couch in her house, watching TV, when she was shot in the hip. A neighbor was cleaning his 9mm handgun and said he didn’t realize it was loaded. 3/2016
Pennsylvania. A man was holding a .40 handgun during an argument with his father. The gun accidentally fired, traveling to a neighboring house and hitting the bed where a 15-year-old girl was sleeping. 1/2016
Indiana. A man’s gun fired while he was cleaning it, sending it across the street through a garage door and into the kitchen. 7/2016
Idaho. A man, 22, was sitting on his toilet when he accidentally fired his .357 magnum pistol. The bullet traveled through a wall, TV, and window before going through the door of a neighbor’s home.
Iowa. A woman, 73, was cleaning her stove when she was shot in the back of the head. She drove herself to the hospital. It was fired by a drunk man about 125 yards away who shot at deer. 1/2019
Florida. A man target-shooting with a .40 pistol in his backyard hit a woman neighbor, 21, in the arm and side as she sat at her dinner table. 12/2018
Florida. A woman, 58, was working in her front yard when a stray bullet hit her in the head, killing her. 11/2018
Maine. A man walking his dogs was hit in the chest with a shotgun epllet fired by a turkey hunter. 10/2018
Tennessee. Two boys, 13 and 16, were target shooting with a .22 rifle in a backyard. A bullet went through some trees and into the stomach of a woman, 63, who was driving a golf cart to a family member’s home. 6/2018
Utah. A 14-year-old boy taking a Sunday afternoon drive with his family was shot in the head and killed. A family was target shooting nearby. 9/2018
Montana. A man target shooting with a .50 calibre rifle accidentally sent a round into a firefighter’s home. The bullet traveled about a mile through the woods before hitting the house. 4/2018
Michigan. A stray bullet killed a 73-year-old woman as she drank coffee in her kitchen with her husband after church. The bullet came from a neighbor, 21, who was doing target practice. 3/2018
Michigan. A 38-year-old grandma, with married daughter and son-in-law living with her, found an AK-47 under her son-in-law’s bed. Around 10:20 in the morning, as she tried to unload the fun, it discharged, sending a bullet through the wall. The bullet grazed the leg of her 3-year-old granddaughter, who was on the first floor, and continued into through the floor, nearly hitting her 18-year-old granddaughter who was sitting on a couch in the basement. The home was across the street from an elementary school. 3/2018
Louisiana. A man was playing with his pistol when hit fired, striking the shoulder of his girlfriend who was holding their three-month-old child. 2/2018
Cleveland. A man shot at a coyote outside a neighboring home, and ending up shooting in the leg the 63-year-old woman living in that house. 1/2018
Michigan. A man dropped his 9mm handgun in his home. When he picked it up, it fired a bullet through several walls and into the front door of the house across the street. 1/2018
Iowa. An 8-year-old boy running around an apple orchard with other kids was struck by a stray bullet, which probably came from a nearby gun range.10/17
Missouri. A woman standing outside her apartment was accidentally shot by someone apparently doing target practice in a nearby field. 8/17
Oregon. A woman was watching TV when a bullet accidentally fired by a neighbor came through a two walls and a fence and bounced off her head. 2/2017
New York. A man was cleaning his Glock, but didn’t remove the chambered bullet. It fired through the wall of his home and into a neighbor’s home. 6/2017
Chicago. A 13-year-old boy playing basketball died after being shot by a bullet fired into the sky in the nearby community. 7/2017
Pennsylvania. A woman was lying in bed when a stray bullet came through the wall of her house and grazed her shoulder. 7/2017
Florida. A 7-year-old watching July 4th fireworks in front of his home was struck in the wrist by a stray bullet. 7/2017
Nashville. A Michigan tourist watching July 4 fireworks in downtown Nashville was struck in the chest by a stray bullet. 7/2017
Florida. A couple were on their boat watching July 4 fireworks when she was struck in the back of the head by a stray bullet. 7/2017
Texas. A man playing basketball at his home, as his children watched, was struck by a 9mm bullet fired by a man on the other side of a corn field who was doing target practice. 7/2017
Michigan. Several people were shooting at targets. One round missed a backstop, and struck a girl, age 11, reading on a trampoline in her backyard. 4/2017
North Carolina. While riding in a golf cart with her son, a woman, 89, was grazed on the back by a stray bullet from some nearby target-shooters. 4/2017
Michigan. A man was target shooting with a .223 rifle. One bullet missed the backstop, went through a wooded area, and hit a man 500-600 yards away. 1/2017
New Hampshire. A teenage boy accidentally fired a rifle into a neighbor’s home. 11/2016
New York. A man was shot in the stomach while mowing his yard. Two men a distance away were shooting at paper targets. 10/2016
Rhode Island. A man was showing his rifle to someone at his home when it accidentally fired, hitting a woman in the backyard. 10/2016
Cleveland. A bullet whizzed through a daycare center and into a wall, accidentally fired by an off-duty policeman at his home next door. 10/2016
North Dakota. A man was putting his gun in a new holster when it discharged, sending a bullet into the kitchen of a neighboring house. 11/2016
Pennsylvania. A woman, 24, was shot in the shoulder by a stray bullet while sitting at a swimming pool watching two young children. 6/2016
Michigan. A woman attending a child’s birthday party was shot in the arm by a bullet fired over a mile away by someone doing target shooting.
Missouri. A four-year-old girl was killed when she wandered into the line of fire of a neighbor taking target practice.
Ohio. A man fired two shots from his .44 Magnum at a raccoon. One shot killed the coon; the other traveled into a nearby home and struck the entertainment center. 6/2014
California. A 15-year-old girl working on a family farm was shot in the back by a stray bullet. 11/2015
California. A farmworker picking blueberries was shot multiple times by a teenager a half mile away doing target shooting.
Indiana. A mother and daughter were baking cookies for Thanksgiving when a bullet flew through their living room window.
Michigan. A woman was attending a 3-year-old birthday party when her pop can exploded, and she discovered that a bullet had passed through the can into her arm. It was fired by someone doing target practice a mile away. 2013
Indiana. After a bullet entered his house, a man tracked it to a man and son doing recreational shooting nearby. 9/2015
Pennsylvania. A restaurant waitress, while working, was hit in the back by a .22 round, origin unknown.
Florida. Two men were in a garage. As one man showed the other how to clean his Sig Sauer 9mm handgun, it fired. The bullet traveled into the street, lodging in the arm of a 12-year-old girl riding in a passing car. The man, flustered, fired a second round into his own thigh. 3/2014
California. An 18-year-old man was struck by a bullet fired by someone who was target shooting nearby. 3/2016
Alaska. A man was dry-firing his 9mm Glock inside his home, but didn’t realize the gun was loaded. He aimed at the front door and fired, and a bullet passed through the door and lodged in a passing schoolbus. 8/2016
Tennessee. A toddler’s birthday party was interrupted by a shower of bullets from people shooting guns in a field on the other side of the lake. 9/2016
Atlanta. While sitting in an apartment, a five-year-old boy was struck in the shoulder by a stray bullet. 8/2016
Wisconsin. A man, 26, shot himself in the leg while in his car. 1/2019
South Carolina. A man, 18, shot himself while driving, causing the car to veer off the road and crash. 2/2019
Kentucky. A man, 53, accidentally shot himself in the stomach while cleaning a gun inside his truck in an apartment parking lot. 1/2019
Florida. A man found a .380 handgun inside a Toyota Sienna at a used-car lot and accidentally shot himself in the hand. 2/2019
Alabama. Four teens were playing with a gun in a car when it fired, killing an 18-year-old. 2/2019
Kansas. A woman, 39, tried to hoster her gun while driving, and critically shot herself. 1/2019
Georgia. A man reached for a gun in the backseat, and accidentally shot the driver, 21, in the abdomen. 1/2019
Kentucky. A woman accidentally fired a handgun in her vehicle, shooting herself in the leg. 1/2019
North Carolina. While his mother was ordering at a Wendy’s drive-through, a five-year-old boy unbuckled himself from his booster seat, grabbed a gun from a pocket on the back of the passenger seat, and shot himself in the face. The father forgot he had left it in the car. 12/2018
Los Angeles. Two men driving on the freeway. One was playing with the other man’s handgun, and shot himself in the ankle. 12/2018
Florida. A girl, 17, died after a passenger’s gun fired. 12/2018
Missouri. A man was removing a .308 rifle from the backseat of his pickup when it fired into his chest, killing him. 12/2018
Tennessee. Two brothers in a car. One tried to reposition his gun, and shot his brother in the front seat. 12/2018
Louisiana. An 18-year-old guy accidentally fired his handgun in a pickup truck, killing the 68-year-old driver. 12/2018
Texas. Four teens in an SUV. One in the backseat accidentally fired a handgun, striking the girl driving.
Nebraska. Three men in a car. One accidentally fired his gun, hitting a 19-year-old passenger. 10/2018
Washington. A couple, hearing coyotes, loaded their two kids into the car and the wife threw a .22 rifle into the back. It discharged, hitting a 9-year-old son in the back. 10/2018
Maine. A gun accidentally fired in a car, shooting through a man’s hand and into a woman’s leg. 7/2018
Georgia. Two teens, 18 and 16, were sitting in an SUV playing with a father’s pistol, when the 16-year-old was shot in the eye. 6/2018
Tennessee. A mother was driving with her 13-year-old son and 12-year-old daughter. The boy began handling a handgun, and accidentally killed his sister. 6/2018
W. Va. A passenger was handling a firearm when it discharged, the bullet passing throug his hand and striking the driver in the side. 6/2018
Louisiana. A 2-year-old boy accidentally shot himself in the leg after being left alone in a vehicle where a handgun was stored. The father, 24, had stepped out of the car to smoke a cigarette. he said he didn’t think the boy could reach the gun in the console. 6/2018
Las Vegas. Three brothers in a car were looking at a handgun, and accidentally fired the gun. All three were hit–one through the hand, the others in the hand and leg.6/2018
Indiana. A man shot himself in the hip while getting a gun out of a vehicle. 5/2018
Iowa. A teen, 17, was sitting in a car when he moved a handgun and accidentally shot himself in the neck. 5/2018
Florida. A man was ejected from his motorcycle in an accident, and when he hit the ground, the gun holstered on his hip fired into his leg. 4/2018
Tennessee. A passenger in a vehicle driving on the highway shot himself in the leg. 4/2018
South Carolina. A boy, 2, took a gun from the console and shot himself in the leg. 4/2018
Louisiana. An 2-year-old boy accidentally shot his 8-year-old brother in the arm inside a parked car, using the handgun his father had left there. 4/2018
South Carolina. A mover was unloading a truck when a clothes hamper fell from atop other boxes, and a gun inside fired. 5/2018
Washington. A man and woman planned to go shooting. As they sat in a car, the man was reassembling the women’s pistol when it discharged, firing through his hand and into the woman’s chest. 9/2017
California. Three women were riding in a car, and passing around a loaded semi-auto pistol. A bullet fired, killing one of them. 9/2017
Colorado Springs. A man entering a car tried to put his .40 handgun into a holster under the seat, and accidentally pulled thee trigger, shooting himself in the thigh. 9/2017
Tennessee. A man decided to remove a handgun from its holster before going into an apartment building. It accidentally fired a bullet into the neck of a woman in the passenger seat. 9/2017
Mississippi. A man accidentally shot himself while parked at a Waffle House. 9/2017
Idaho. A man decided to disassemble a .45 pistol while sitting in a parked car. There was a round in the chamber, and he shot himself in the leg. 9/2017
Philadelphia. A 3-year-old found his uncle’s handgun under the front passenger seat and accidentally wounded another uncle. 9/2017
Ohio. A 3-year-old climbed out of his carseat and shot himself in the head, fatally, with a gun found in the console of the van. 9/17
Pennsylvania. A man killed himself as he reached into his car to calm a crying son, and the revolver in his shoulder holster fell. As he tried to catch it, a bullet was fired into his stomach. 10/17
Chicago. A man shot himself in the leg when he was exiting his car and his seatbelt became tangled in his holster. 9/2017
Tennessee. A 9-year-old boy found a gun in the car and killed himself with a bullet to the chest. 9/17
Georgia. TWo men were driving in a Chevy Blazer. The passenger was handling a Taurua 9mm pistol when it fired a bullet throug his left hand, and through the right leg and scrotum of the driver. 8/17
North Carolina. A passenger was unloading his 9mm when he accidentally fired a bullet into the leg of his brother, who was driving. 8/17
Louisiana. A woman drive, 19, was accidentally killed by a backseat passenger who was “playing with a handgun.” 8/17
Montana. A man was making room for more seating in his truck when he grabbeda rifle near the trigger and it fired, hitting another man in the abdomen. 10/17
Arkansas. A woman and her boyfriend were in a car at a convenience store. He had a gun on his lap. She reached over to flip on the safety when it fired, hitting him in the leg. 10/17
North Carolina. A 2-year-old boy pulled a parent’s handgun from the driver’s side door and shot himself in the chest. 2/2017
Michigan. A girl, 16, was shot in the hip by a 19-year-old man in the backseat who was playing with a handgun while they waited for their order at a Little Caesars. 6/2017
Florida. A man shot himself in the penis after sitting on a gun in the driver’s seat of his car. 6/2017
Delaware. A 22.year-old handling a gun in a parked car shot himself in the hand and the 18-year-old female driver in the thigh. 7/2017
Las Vegas. A man driving on an interstate with a gun in the front of his pants accidentally shot himself in the dong. 7/2017
Kentucky. Two juveniles, pulled over at 3 am in a traffic stop, were trying to hide a gun when it went off, striking one of them. 7/2017
Texas. A man in the backseat of a pickup was handling a gun when it fired. The bullet ricocheted off the roof and struck a woman in the passenger seat. 7/2017
Ohio. A passenger in a truck was trying to unload his pistol when it discharged, hitting his girlfriend, who was driving, in the side. 5/2017
South Carolina. Four people were riding in a car when a backseat passenger dropped a gun and, while trying to catch it, pulled the trigger. The bullet struck the driver in the back. 3/2017
Tennessee. A man, 20, was playing with a handgun in the backseat of a car. When he racked the slide, the gun fired a bullet into the leg of his 13-year-old brother. 3/2017
Louisiana. A couple children outside an apartment opened the trunk of a parent’s car and began playing with an AK-47 rifle there. A boy, 8, was shot in the leg. 5/2017
Colorado Springs. A man accidentally shot himself in the leg while driving. 4/2017
Vermont. A man accidentally shot himself in the head after crashing his car into a guardrail. 4/2017
Florida. Two men were driving to a shooting range. One of them dropped a handgun in his lap, and it fired a bullet into the other man’s side. 4/2017
Georgia. A cop’s son climbed from a backseat carseat into the front seat, removed a holstered pistol in the glovebox, and fired it through the windshield. 4/2017
South Carolina. A boy, 3, shot himself in the upper body, using a gun found in the car. The boy’s father had gone into a store. 2/2017
Arizona. A 19-year-old was driving when he decided to show off his gun. He removed the magazine, but forgot about the round in the chamber. When he pulled the trigger, he shot himself in the leg. 1/2017
St. Louis. A man died when he shot himself in the leg while moving a gun in his car. 1/2017
Missouri. In a vehicle, a 27-year-old man handed a .45 handgun to a 71-year-old man, who didn’t notice that the hammer back. The gun fired, striking him in the leg. 2/2017
Chicago. A man sitting in a parked car accidentally shot himself in the thigh. 2/2017
Alabama. A man was dropping off a niece at a daycare when an eight-year-old boy found his uncle’s gun in the car and shot himself. 2/2017
Kentucky. A man was sitting in a car, showing his gun to a coworker at a Toyota dealership, when he shot himself in the thigh. 11/2016
Las Vegas. Two men and two women were in a car on New Year’s Eve. Someone was handling a handgun when it fired, killing one of the women. 12/2016
Florida. One of four passengers in a car accidentally fired a handgun, striking the driver and causing a rollover crash. 11/2016
Pennsylvania. A man riding an ATV accidentally shot himself in the thigh with his 9mm handgun. 11/2016
Louisiana. In the parking lot of a Family Dollar store, a two-year-old shot found a handgun wedged between the driver’s seat and the console and accidentally shot a one-year-old sister in the face. The mother, 23, was preoccupied with her cell phone. 11/2016
Virginia. Three men were traveling on an interstate. One of them waved a gun around and accidentally shot and killed himself. 11/2016
Florida. After a police officer pulled over a car full of teenagers for speeding, a 17-year-old boy in the backseat tried to hide a stolen handgun in his waistband and accidentally shot himself in the leg. 1/2016
Tennessee. While driving with his aunt, a boy, 2, found her handgun in a door compartment and shot a 12-year-old relative in the hip. 9/2016
Alaska. A woman, 29, was removing a gun from the rear seat of a car when it fired a bullet into her leg. 11/2016
Michigan. While waiting in their grandma’s van to go to their homeschool, a five-year-old boy found his uncle’s gun and accidentally fired it, hitting himself and a six-year-old cousin. 10/2016
Indiana. A woman, 23, died after her handgun accidentally discharged while she was in her vehicle. 8/2016
Texas. When a man opened the door of a coworker’s pickup truck, a .44 revolver fell onto the ground and discharged, sending a slug through his left leg before lodging in his right leg.
Florida. A man, 21, shot his finger off in his car while trying to holster his pistol, which he wore on his hip.
Florida. A man, 35, was driving his pickup truck when his dog kicked a 9mm lying on the floor, causing it to fire.
Florida. A gun rights activist was shot in the back with a .45 handgun by her 4-year-old son, riding in the back of her pickup.
South Carolina. A 2-year-old shot his grandmother in the back while he was riding in the backseat of a car. The child found a .357 revolver in the pocket behind the front seat.
Kansas City. Several men were riding in a car. A man in the backseat, while trying to de-cock a handgun, shot the teen driver in the head, killing him. 12/2015
Cleveland. A man with a CCW permit accidentally fired his gun while riding in the passenger seat, hitting himself in the hand and the driver in both legs. 6/2014
Pittsburgh. A man was getting into his pickup truck. When he placed his handgun on the console, it fired and killed his 7-year-old son in the back seat. They were parked outside a gun shop, where the father had tried to sell the gun. He had emptied the magazine, but didn’t realize a bullet was still in the chamber.
Tennessee. Four children were left in a parking lot while their parents went into a Verizon store to pay a bill. One found a pistol in his mother’s purse, and while trying to remove the magazine, accidentally killed one of the other children.
Dallas. A woman at an ATM accidentally shot herself in the chest.
Miami. An off-duty policeman, while reaching into his pocket for a valet ticket, triggered his concealed carry handgun. A least six people were wounded by shrapnel.
Wisconsin. While walking around his truck with a loaded .40 handgun, a man bumped into the side of the truck and it fired a bullet into his foot. 6/2014
Pennsylvania. A man accidentally shot himself in the leg while sitting in his vehicle in a state park. 10/2014
Kansas. Two 17-year-olds were driving. The driver’s gun, kept in a waistband, shot him in the leg.
Pennsylvania. A man opened a coworker’s truck door, and a .44 revolver fell to the ground and discharged. The bullet went through his left leg and lodged in his right leg.
San Antonio. A man driving with his girlfriend was “fiddling” with a new gun he had just bought from a friend when it fired into his leg.
Georgia. A man, 23, was playing with a .38 revolver in the back seat of a car. When the driver, a 25-year-old woman, braked at a stop sign, the gun fired through the seat and hit the driver in the back. 3/2016
Virginia. After getting into his vehicle, a man tried to remove his gun from his holster when his finger hit the trigger, and he shot himself in the thigh. 3/2016
Georgia. A man grabbed his .40 calibre handgun from the seat as he was getting out of his car, and it fired a bullet into his hand. He said he didn’t think there was a round in the chamber. 4/2016
Georgia. A man ran into an auto parts store to pick up some parts, and left his gun in the car with a woman and her two young children. A three-year-old picked up the gun and shot herself through the back. 4/2016
Texas. A driver shot himself in the leg while taking his two-year-old son to daycare. He became involved in a road rage incident with another driver. At some point he pulled out his gun, and as he was putting it away, it fired. 5/2016
Las Vegas. A man at a car wash accidentally shot his three-year-old child. 4/2016
Kansas. Two employees of a Chevrolet dealership, while on lunch break, sat in a vehicle looking at gun owned by one of the men. One gun discharged, hitting a man in the leg. 4/2016
North Carolina. A man, 31, was driving when his handgun fell from the passenger seat onto the floor. As he tried to pick it up, he shot himself in the thigh. 5/2016
Wisconsin. A woman, 26, was killed by her 2-year-old son in the back seat of the car she was driving. A gun under the seat slid to the back, and the child grabbed it. 4/2016
Florida. While driving a pickup truck, a woman was shot by her 4-year-old son in the back seat, using a gun he found on the floor. The bullet went through the seat and out the front of her torso. 3/2016
Texas. A man was driving while holding a handgun. He swerved to miss some road debris, and crashed the car. In the process, the gun shot him in the head, critically. 5/14
Montana. Four men were in a pickup on the way to a jobsite. One man was handling a .45 pistol when it went off, killing another man.
Louisiana. A woman was accidentally killed by an AR15 held by a 16-year-old passenger in the car. 6/2016
California. A man accidentally shot himself while driving, lost consciousness, and crashed into a traffic light. 9/216
Chicago. A woman driving a car was accidentally shot in the back by a man in the backseat who was playing with a gun. 9/2016
Iowa. A University of Iowa master’s student was killed by a fellow passenger who was handling a handgun. 9/2016
Texas. A toddler was shot in the neck by her two-year-old sister, using a gun the girl’s father kept in his truck. 10/2016
Texas. Several juveniles were passing around a handgun while waiting in a car for another person. One didn’t realize the weapon was loaded and pulled the trigger, killing one of his friends. 10/2016
North Carolina. A father accidentally shot his baby in the ankle while removing a gun from a car.
Mississippi. A man had been hunting. When his 19-year-old pregnant daughter came to pick him up, his gun discharged and he was placing it on the backseat. The bullet struck her in the back, and she lost the baby. 1/2018
Utah. Two men were handling a gun in a car in a parking lot when it discharged, hitting one of the in the leg and the other in the hand. 3/2018
Georgia. A woman left her toddler alone in a car with a loaded handgun, and the boy shot himself in the hand. 3/2018
Texas. Three teens in a car. One in the backseat was playing with a handgun when he fired a bullet through the front seat into a 17-year-old girl.

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Date: February 11, 2019 08:40PM

Ohio. A man accidentally shot his 10-year-old son in the leg in a store parking lot. 1/2019
Montana. An NRA gun instructor and head of the estate Right to Life accidentally fired a rifle in a Kmart parking lot, killing a doctor. They were returning from a hunting trip. 10/2018
Ohio. Two men were in a La-Z-Boy parking lot, looking at a gun, when it fired. 6/2018
Houston. Three people in a car at a Valero gas station, playing with two handguns. The woman accidentally fires one, hitting a man in the head. Just before the shooting, he said, “You’re making me nervous,” but the other man said, “It ain’t got no clip, bud.” It was all caught on video.
Texas. A man died after he dropped his handgun in a convenience store parking lot, and it fired a bullet into his collarbone area. 4/2018
Florida. A security guard was showing off his gun in a Miami Beach parking garage when it fired, striking a friend in the leg. 4/2018
South Dakota. Two men sitting in the parking lot of a Reilly Auto Parts were struck by a bullet as one of them was trying to clear a jam in his revolver. 8/17
Georgia. An 18-year-old boy, sitting with other men in a car at a Michael’s parking lot, accidentally fired a bullet through the car window and into the next vehicle. 10/17
Florida. A 5-year-old boy, left in a vehicle while his father went into a preschool to pick up another child, accidentally killed himself with a gun left in the car. 10/17
New Hampshire. A man was sitting in his car outside a Tire Guys store, checking to make sure ti wasn’t loaded, when he shot himself in the leg. 2/2017
Utah. A man bought a handgun, went to his car, loaded it, and then shot himself in the thigh while trying to holster it. 2/2017
Tennessee. An off-duty policeman accidentally discharged his handgun into the parking lot of a Dollar General store. 2/2017
Kentucky. Two men were sitting in restaurant parking lot. The man in the backseat was examining a handgun he was thinking of buying. Believe the gun was empty, he pulled the trigger and shot the man in the front seat, killing him. 1/2017
Iowa. A man shot himself in the leg with his handgun while exiting his car in a parking lot. 2/2017
Alabama. A young man came to attend Sunday services at a Salvation Army, but accidentally shot himself while in the parking lot. 11/2016
Georgia. An 18-year-old, while sitting in his car outside a mall, shot himself in the thigh. 10/2016
Kansas City. A two-year-old boy died after being shot inside a vehicle in the parking lot of a Little Caesar’s. 11/2016
Kansas City. A boy, 5, found his mom’s boyfriend’s gun atop a refrigerator, where the cereal was kept. Thinking it was a toy, he shot and killed his brother, age 3.
Colorado. While sitting in a car as their father pumped gas, an eight-year-old boy found his father’s handgun in the vehicle and discharged it, hitting his nine-year-old brother in the head and killing him. 1/2016
Minnesota. A 21-year-old student shot himself in the leg while unloading his handgun in teh parking lot of Ridgewater College. 10/2016
South Carolina. A man, 18, shot himself in the chest while getting out of his car. The gun fired as he pulled it out of his waistband. 10/2016
Texas. In a store parking lot, a man was showing another guy his .40 Glock. As he tried to eject a chambered round, the gun fell out of his grasp. As he tried to catch it, the gun fired a bullet through his left hand and struck the other guy above the knee. 6/2016
Alabama. A group of teens were hanging out in a parked car when one of them pulled out a gun to show off. It fired, grazing a teen girl. 7/2016
Arkansas. A child grabbed an unsecured shotgun to help pull himself into his dad’s pickup truck. A gunshot wounded his father in the neck. 11/2013
Iowa. A man shot himself in the butt in the parking lot of a Sam’s Club while putting his gun in his vehicle.
Michigan. In a Home Depot parking lot, a woman fired several shots at the a couple shoplifters fleeing in a car. She got 18 months probation and lost her concealed carry license until at least 2023.
Florida. In a Walgreen’s parking lot, a man was shot in the leg while looking at a handgun he was interested in buying. 6/2014
Virginia. A 7-year-old was walking with his father in a restaurant parking lot to go see fireworks when he was killed by a stray bullet.
Connecticut. A woman in her apartment parking lot dropped her purse, and the gun inside fired, hitting her in the side.
Arizona. After buying a .38 handgun in a casino parking lot, a young man, 23, accidentally pulled the trigger while showing it to his girlfriend, killing her. He didn’t think it was loaded.
North Carolina. A 16-year-old girl died in a parking lot while taking photos of a Ruger .22 rifle a man was selling. He had removed the magazine, but didn’t realize a bullet was still chambered. The bullet struck her in the chest. 7/2015
Arlington Cemetery. In the parking lot, a gun fell out of a visitor’s car and wounded a passenger in the leg.
Indiana. A woman was injured when her 15-year-old son accidentally fired a handgun inside their van in a Target parking lot. 11/2015
Wisconsin. A man “goofing around with a handgun” in the backseat of a vehicle shot himself in the leg in a parking lot. 11/2015
Iowa. In an Autozone parking lot, a man accidentally shot himself while climbing into his vehicle.
Mississippi. A man shot himself in the thigh while sitting in his car outside a the barber shop where he worked. 1/2015
Georgia. While waiting in the car while his wife shopped at an outlet mall, a man shot himself in the leg. 8/2015
Alabama. While getting into his car outside Jim’s Super Pawn Shop, a man’s gun fired and struck a fellow passenger. 3/2016
North Carolina. On consecutive days, in adjacent parking lots, two different men shot themselves in the leg while sitting in their vehicles.
Texas. A man was loading a duffel bag into his SUV when his 12-gauge shotgun fired into his groin. 10/2015
Alaska. A family was leaving a pickup when the woman’s .357 handgun fell out of its holster, struck, the pavement on the hammer, and fired a bullet into her four-year-old son’s leg, just above the knee. 2015
Florida. Four people, three of them teens, were in a parking garage outside a Macy’s. One, while showing the others a 9mm handgun, shot himself in the jaw. 8/2016
Tennessee. A UPS employee accidentally shot himself in the leg in a UPS employee parking lot. 8/2016
Kansas. A man shot himself while unloading his handgun in the parking lot of a movie theater. 9/2016
Minnesota. A 21-year-old guy shot himself in the leg whiel unloading his handgun in a college parking lot. 10/2016
Florida. A man was reloading his handgun in the parking lot outside a gun show when it fired, hitting the man’s finger and the foot of a friend. 10/2016
Virginia. At an elementary school, a parent’s gun accidentally fired, causing minor injuries to another parent. 11/2018
South Dakota. A college student was cleaning his shotgun in a campus dorm room when it fired. 10/2018
Oregon. A 27-year-old women, picking up her child at an elementary school, dropped her bag in the cafeteria and the gun inside fired. 10/2018
Louisiana. A high school resource officer accidentally his weapon, sending a bullet into a wall. 9/2018
Louisiana. A man accidentally shot himself in the leg in a high school parking lot while securing his gun at his vehicle. 5/2018
Alabama. Two second-graders were playing with a gun in a bathroom when it fired, hitting one in the hand. 9/2018
Tennessee. A student accidentally discharged a weapon in the bathroom of an elementary school. 5/2018
Michigan. An off-duty copy accidentally fired his handgun at a high school wrestling tournament. He was standing on the gym floor, and the bullet went into the floor. 5/2018
Mississippi. A 21-year-old sophomore at Jackson State University shot and killed himself while mishandling a gun in a campus apartment. 1/2018
Texas. At a Grayson College firearms simulator, a student accidentally fired a handgun through a wall and out a window. An instructor had accidentally left his live handgun there and left with a training gun. 1/2018
Kentucky. A high school freshman, sitting in a classroom playing with a pocket-sized handgun, shot himself in the hand. 3/2018
Minnesota. A school liaison officer at Harmony Learning Center was sitting on a bench talking with some students when a third-grader pressed the trigger of his holstered weapon. It fired. The holster was supposedly equipped with a trigger guard to prevent the gun from being fired while holstered. 2/2018
Los Angeles. A 12-year-old boy was shot in the head when a female classmate’s handgun, carried in his backpack, discharged. The bullet also struck the wrist of another girl. 2/2018
Tennessee. An 11-year old found a gun near a utility pole at a bus stop, and shot himself in the hand. 9/17
South Carolina. A 17-year-old high school shot himself in the leg inside a classroom. 9/17
Alabama. A female student at Bevill State Community College accidentally fired her gun inside a classroom. 8/17
Florida. A gun discharged in the car of a parent while picking up a child at school. 1/2017
Michigan. A sheriff’s deputy, acting as a school resource officer, accidentally discharged his gun while in a room by himself. The bullet pierced a wall and struck a female teacher in the neck (but didn’t break the skin). 11/2016
Dallas. During class, a 15-year-old boy unintentionally discharged a revolver that he had in his back pocket, hitting himself in the leg and hand. 5/2016
Florida. A 12-year-old was shot in the leg at school when a gun fell out of a classmate’s backpack.
New York. At a Queens school, a loaded gun fell from the ankle holster of a professional photographer, and lay in the lobby until a teacher found it.
New York. A New York school district suspended its “Student Resource Officer” program after an officer’s gun fired in a high school hallway.
Tennessee. A 13-year-old boy brought a gun to school in his backpack. While showing it to friends, he shot himself in the leg. 10/2014
Idaho. Two months after the state authorized concealed carry on college campuses across the state, a chemistry professor shot himself in the foot during a class. He was carrying it in his pocket. Said the college president, “When they passed this law, it was bound to happen.”
Florida. A gun fell out of a man’s pocket while he dropped his child off at an elementary school. It fell through a hole in his cargo shorts. A janitor fired the weapon, thinking it was a pellet gun.
New York. A university police officer accidentally discharged his Glock inside the university police office. 11/2015
Georgia. A safety officer accidentally discharged his .45 Glock, sending a bullet through two windows and into the wall of a classroom where a class was in progress. 8/2013
Texas. An armored car courier left a .38 revolver in the teachers’ bathroom at a middle school. 5/2013
California. During an anti-drug presentation at an elementary school, as officers were playing games with kids, a student wandered to an officer’s motorcycle and pulled the trigger of an AR-15. Three students were injured. The gun remained locked onto the motorcycle.
South Carolina. A deputy accidentally fired his holstered Glock on a high school campus. 2013
South Carolina. A student at Voorhees college was playing basketball in the gym when a gun dropped out of a student’s pocket and fired, hitting him in the chest.
Utah. An elementary teacher, while in the faculty bathroom, shot herself in the leg.
Virginia. A K-8 student brought a gun to school and was playing with it in a desk when he fired, striking a fellow student. 8/2015
Florida. A part-time corrections officer shot himself in the leg in the parking lot of an elementary school, where he was going for a job interview. 5/2016
West Virginia. A man was carrying a handgun in his pocket during a youth swim practice when it accidentally discharged. 4/2016
Miami. A middle school student dropped his bookbag, and the gun inside discharged, striking a friend in the leg during history class. 2013
Dallas. A teen got past his high school metal detector with a derringer in his front pocket. It fired a bullet into his hand and leg. 5/2016
Missouri. A vendor who was on the University of Missouri campus to give a smoothie presentation shot himself in the leg while showing his handgun to a friend. 6/2016
Kansas. At a high school graduation, a man reached down to adjust his sock, which concealed a handgun. It discharged. The bullet hit his foot, then ricocheted 50 feet and hit a woman, 28, in the leg. A sign at the stadium entrance prohibited gun. 5/2016
Virginia. A security guard at Strayer University accidentally shot himself in the leg in the school parking lot. 5/2016
North Carolina. After leaving a gun show, a woman accidentally was examining a gun in the car when he fired, grazing her head. 11/2016
Denver. A gun show vendor accidentally shot an employee in the leg as they set up their booth. 7/2017
Texas. A vendor at a gun show was showing someone a gun when it fired a bullet into the ceiling. 4/2017
Ohio. A negligent discharge at a gun show–no loaded guns permitted–hit the shooter’s thumb and another man’s leg. 1/2016
Idaho. A bolt-action rifle fired as a vendor attached a plastic zip-tie to the trigger assembly. The bullet hit two different men in the leg.
North Carolina. A man shot himself in the leg while trying to clear his handgun in the parking lot outside a gun show. 7/2015
Colorado Springs. A round was fired into the floor at a gun show. The gun had been returned earlier as defective, but after a test fire, someone removed the magazine but forgot to empty the chamber. 3/2014
Virginia. A man was arrested for reckless handling of a firearm after he fired a gun in the midst of a gun show.
South Dakota. The man thought his 9mm Ruger was unloaded when he fired a bullet into his ring finger during a gun show.
Washington. A vendor bought a rifle from another seller. He fired into the floor and ricocheted into a display case.
South Carolina. While unloading and clearing his Glock 27, a man accidentally pulled the trigger, firing one round inside a building.
Idaho. A vendor setting up his booth at a gun show accidentally shot two men, neither seriously.
Phoenix. At a gunshow, a man was accidentally shot in the torso while a friend was inspecting a semi-auto handgun he had just purchased.
North Carolina. A man brought a shotgun into a gun show, intending to sell it. At the entrance, as he removed it from the case, the shotgun fired and injured three people.
Utah. A man, 62, shot himself in the thigh while holstering his .40 caliber handgun after leaving a gun show. 4/2016
Virginia. A woman shot herself in the foot outside a gun show at Richmond International Raceway. 5/2016
Texas. Three concession stand employees were hit when a gun show vendor loaded shotgun discharged. 10/2016
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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: The Real Combat Vet ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:42PM

Wow, that’s as many accidents as I’ve had in my pants

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dems are Dumb ()
Date: February 11, 2019 08:54PM

Are you up to at least 15 accidents out 325,720,000 people in the US yet. Works out to a 99.99999996% safety record.


If only DOCTORS were as safe as guns, nearly 400,000 more people would be alive EACH YEAR.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Combat Stupidity ()
Date: February 11, 2019 09:01PM

Dems are Dumb Wrote:
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> Are you up to at least 15 accidents out
> 325,720,000 people in the US yet. Works out to a
> 99.99999996% safety record.
>
>
> If only DOCTORS were as safe as guns, nearly
> 400,000 more people would be alive EACH YEAR.


Hey, I don’t have time to research everything with homework to finish. But I do have fun fucking with so called adults.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Dems are REALLY DUMB ()
Date: February 11, 2019 09:06PM

Combat Stupidity Wrote:
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> Dems are Dumb Wrote:
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> > Are you up to at least 15 accidents out
> > 325,720,000 people in the US yet. Works out to
> a
> > 99.99999996% safety record.
> >
> >
> > If only DOCTORS were as safe as guns, nearly
> > 400,000 more people would be alive EACH YEAR.
>
>
> Hey, I don’t have time to research everything
> with homework to finish. But I do have fun fucking
> with so called adults.

Is that what you were doing? You've done more to help our cause by demonstrating the absolute stupidity of the average Democrat. The funniest part, is you don't even realize it.

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Never Happened Before I Was 25 ()
Date: February 11, 2019 09:26PM

>It's been a while since we had an AR-15 mass killing. At least one large enough to receive any actual media attention. How long do you think we can go without one?

Its a deadly recent problem in the USA's history over the last 40 years that can be blamed on the decline of morality in the United States with the rise of drug use and liberalism now leftism that's entirely on the backs of Democrats and Hollywood who are primarily responsible

"Mother Jones" a major liberal "source" lists 110 mass killings going back to 1982, the great majority were not killings with "assault weapons" only a few were. There were 90 killings with 3 to 9 dead. 13 killings with 10 to 19 dead and 7 killings with 20 and over dead over the 37 year period . If very killing of less then 10 was counted at 9 each that's 810 . If every killing over 10 to 20 was counted as 19 dead that's 247 . If every killing of 20 over was counted as 30 dead (1 was 34 Va Tech ,1 was 49 Florida nightclub,1 was 58 Las Vegas) that would be 210 dead for a total of 1477 people or an average of 40 people a year.

Every life is important, every dead victim leaves grieving relatives and friends every lost life leaves a hole in the hearts of survivors that is understood by all

The USA had over 250 million people 37 years back and 350 million today, The right to bear arms is a right of freedom and liberty , a cornerstone of the Bill Of Rights and no one ever has said freedom is free, ask vets families who gave their lives or those wounded that came home in pieces.

Over this same period of time 37 years there have been over 1 million one hundred ten thousand people killed in vehicle wrecks in the USA the great majority caused by careless drivers and the number of babies aborted has been in the multiple millions.

How many have died of drug overdose and abuse and the crime that comes with drugs yet the Democrats want all the guns banned in the end while they support letting drug sellers getting out of prisons early, mass abortion of babies now even after birth and they no longer will defend America with no will to keep the drugs the criminals and the illegals out of America. The current needed and resisted "Wall" by Democrats is one prime example.

Where are the Democrats with the reckless, careless drivers with long records of speeding, not paying attention, running red lights or stop signs or causing accidents that should have their licenses taken for life

If any Democrat wants to say there's not 40 people a year that die from criminals that come through the southern border they are despicable liars as that number is far higher then 40 a year.

The presence of people who entered the US is illegal and unconstitutional as the US has laws to allow legal immigration yet Democrats fully support illegals while they keep on with their abortion on demand efforts at any time in the pregnancy and their gun control lies and exaggerations with their attempts to disarm the entire nation

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/12/mass-shootings-mother-jones-full-data/

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: No Guns Required ()
Date: February 11, 2019 10:08PM

You guys are gonna worry yourself to death about everyone coming for you or your precious guns.
I’d rather just enjoy life......
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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: salgljg ()
Date: February 11, 2019 10:18PM

What? Jacking your little peepee to porn pictures on the internet?

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: No Punks Ever Rape A 9mm ()
Date: February 11, 2019 10:32PM

That's why they need Democrats to take all the guns away after they let them out of prison early
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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: yeabut ()
Date: February 12, 2019 03:37AM

I'd drive that GT40 like I was raping it

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: stupid fukin libtardz ()
Date: February 12, 2019 03:53AM

How stupid do you have to be to post a bunch of unverified POSSIBLE negligent discharges where no one died in an attempt to promote gun confiscation. You should just post all the car accidents where no one died because it's just as relevant.

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Posted by: GUNS = DEATH ()
Date: February 12, 2019 09:28AM

Typically stupid arguments. We have gone to great lengths over the years to improve automobile and highway safety in order to reduce the harm that travel in them might do. We do the same for trucks, trains, boats, and planes. Let's go that same extra mile with guns. We have a whole lot of work to do there.

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Posted by: Happy Valentines Day ()
Date: February 12, 2019 02:48PM

God Bless America
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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: Yes, let's start ()
Date: February 12, 2019 03:30PM

GUNS = DEATH Wrote:
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> Typically stupid arguments. We have gone to great
> lengths over the years to improve automobile and
> highway safety in order to reduce the harm that
> travel in them might do. We do the same for
> trucks, trains, boats, and planes. Let's go that
> same extra mile with guns. We have a whole lot of
> work to do there.


In order to know where to start, you should post actual fedgov numbers on how many murders are comitted with guns every year. I will start with these numbers as a comparison. It gives us a baseline on how big of a problem this really is.

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/accidental-injury.htm
> a summary....
-All unintentional injury deaths
Number of deaths: 161,374
Deaths per 100,000 population: 49.9
Cause of death rank: 3
-Unintentional fall deaths
Number of deaths: 34,673
Deaths per 100,000 population: 10.7
-Motor vehicle traffic deaths
Number of deaths: 40,327
Deaths per 100,000 population: 12.5
-Unintentional poisoning deaths
Number of deaths: 58,335
Deaths per 100,000 population: 18.1
Source: Deaths: Final Data for 2016, tables 6, 7[PDF – 2 MB]


Leading causes of death in the U.S...
https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/leading-causes-of-death.htm
-a summary...
-heart disease 635,260
-cancer 598,038
-accidents(unintentional) 161,374
-chronic lower respiratory diseases 154,596
-stroke(cerebrovascular diseases) 142,142
-Alzheimer's disease 116,103
-diabetes 80,058
-influenza and pneumonia 51,537
-nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis(kidney)50,046
-intentional self harm(suicide) 44,965
-septicemia 38,940
-chronic liver disease and cirrhosis 38,170

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Date: February 12, 2019 03:39PM

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Re: A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity
Posted by: .Combat Vet ()
Date: February 12, 2019 03:48PM

Yes, let's start Wrote:
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> GUNS = DEATH Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Typically stupid arguments. We have gone to
> great
> > lengths over the years to improve automobile
> and
> > highway safety in order to reduce the harm that
> > travel in them might do. We do the same for
> > trucks, trains, boats, and planes. Let's go
> that
> > same extra mile with guns. We have a whole lot
> of
> > work to do there.
>
>
> In order to know where to start, you should post
> actual fedgov numbers on how many murders are
> comitted with guns every year. I will start with
> these numbers as a comparison. It gives us a
> baseline on how big of a problem this really is.
>
> https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/accidental-injury
> .htm
> > a summary....
> -All unintentional injury deaths
> Number of deaths: 161,374
> Deaths per 100,000 population: 49.9
> Cause of death rank: 3
> -Unintentional fall deaths
> Number of deaths: 34,673
> Deaths per 100,000 population: 10.7
> -Motor vehicle traffic deaths
> Number of deaths: 40,327
> Deaths per 100,000 population: 12.5
> -Unintentional poisoning deaths
> Number of deaths: 58,335
> Deaths per 100,000 population: 18.1
> Source: Deaths: Final Data for 2016, tables 6,
> 7[PDF – 2 MB]
>
>
> Leading causes of death in the U.S...
> https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/leading-causes-of
> -death.htm
> -a summary...
> -heart disease 635,260
> -cancer 598,038
> -accidents(unintentional) 161,374
> -chronic lower respiratory diseases 154,596
> -stroke(cerebrovascular diseases) 142,142
> -Alzheimer's disease 116,103
> -diabetes 80,058
> -influenza and pneumonia 51,537
> -nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and
> nephrosis(kidney)50,046
> -intentional self harm(suicide) 44,965
> -septicemia 38,940
> -chronic liver disease and cirrhosis 38,170

So, getting shot is a cool way to go.

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Posted by: that's a lack of ()
Date: February 12, 2019 03:55PM

.Combat Vet Wrote:
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> So, getting shot is a cool way to go.


Is this supposed be intelligent? Because it's not.

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Posted by: FIFY :) ()
Date: February 12, 2019 04:30PM

that's a lack of Wrote:
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> > So, getting shot is a cool way to go.
>
>
> Is this supposed (to) be intelligent? Because it's not.



Gotta die some how.

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