There is a long list of things that people in America enjoy for no reason other than they enjoy them. It's called liberty.
With respect to all that have replied to this topic and those that will , I think the above should pretty much end the discussion.assuming you're for real, i don't think it's anyone else's business. people's opinions about what is good or bad reasoning doesn't figure into it.
Either way, I disagree with the idea....do you agree or disagree with the idea that there is no reason to own an assault rifle...
...do you agree or disagree with the idea that there is no reason to own a sport utility rifle...
So how long does a person have wait before they can ask questions, and what are the acceptable types of questions they can ask?Seems 1924's account was created 3 days ago, just to make posts to see if they can get a rise out of us?
4 posts, all asking questions with seemingly political agendas.
1) ban assault rifles
2) can I own a gun if my wife is a convict
3) what's a best first gun to buy
4) should I let my daughter visit her mother in jail
"Sport utility rifle" has got to be one of the stupidest descriptive phrases ever developed. It's right up there with "modern sporting rifle." The 2nd Amendment says nothing about "sport" or "utility." Nor hunting or self-defense either.
Well... not to put too fine a point on it, it's the nature of the questions, plus the fact that this person's IP address shows they are from Michigan not Georgia, kinda makes one a little suspect...So how long does a person have wait before they can ask questions, and what are the acceptable types of questions they can ask?
As they present no danger to the citizenry, I don't see any reason for them to be prohibited.
I would say, ... they are free to ask immediately, and I would also say that you, I, or anyone else is free to form their own conclusions from what circumstances they see.So how long does a person have wait before they can ask questions, and what are the acceptable types of questions they can ask?