Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by jeffie7, Jan 29, 2005.
Little TonyD in the making eh? lol
the guy deserved to die. although that kid may have some problems now that he has taken another life. but he shouldn't feel bad.
thats a future sniper
wow, by an 11 yr old.
This entire family looks like it needs to be wiped out. Yeah, I love the idea of kids with guns as much as the next neo-phyte, gun loving, anti-establishment anarchist, slightly deranged and reality-mirrored personality ++O Reagan / Gandhi combo dude - But The guns weren't locked up. Ultimately, these people are all going to jail and the kid is joining the penal system of the great state.
Now, if he's good and comes out of this experience stronger and better as a human - Great. However, looking at the apple tree he fell from that prolly won't happen.
hell be taken into the government and made a ruthless killer
ya he was taught responsable use thats a bad thing
I was wondering about that myself however depending on the state he lives in.......
In Maryland, you have a 7 day waiting period. Also, Any handguns made after 2003 have to have a built in gunlock as with an external gun lock at the time of sale.
In other states you can buy a handgun a go home with it the same day you can also buy them with out internal locks. Maryland you can't buy a mag with over 20bullets however you can buy a 25+mag from another state and bring it into maryland you just can't BUY IT in maryland.
Maryland is a big gun state but some laws are weird just like the beer biz.
20 year old can carry a beer all day long he can keep it with them take it in the office do anything he wants with it other then drink, or open it. After its opened he can still doa nything with it - the drinking thing. but GOD FORBIDS if he opens it.
I think he did the right thing, but I wonder why the guns weren't locked up in the first place.
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