Call me when the shooting starts. I just wanna fire a few thousand rounds
Need ammoWell, since this Pandemic begin, the prices have gone up and don't seem to be coming back down just yet. I'm seeing the same models of different guns I've purchased being on sale for $200-$300 more when I first bought them. Lucky for me, I have everything I need as far as guns.
I just hope we don't use them on each other.Two days after a white man shot and killed 10 Black people in Buffalo last month, Michael Moody reversed his thinking about possessing a firearm.www.yahoo.com
I think you are absolutely correct. But like that old saying goes, "the road to hell is paved with good intentions".That's one of the issues. A lot of them are bought with good intentions. But then, they get left in cars or unsecured somewhere and they come up missing. And typically when they do, they just get resold on the block in some city at some point. They'll throw on a 500 dollar tax and ship em to Chicago or NYC. I know a dude that got busted for that exact thing a few years back. Buying guns from a pawn shop and then reselling em in New York. Of course the pawn shop faced no penalties even though it was obvious the dude was buying an abnormal amount of guns. Everyone here has guns now, no exaggeration.
Historically, the government worked to keep guns away from Black people or apply gun control laws specifically to us. Jabir Asa, minister of social media for the Cleveland chapter of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club, told NPR the court’s decision is a way to address the disparity.The National African American Gun Association boasts 30,000 members, predominantly of African American descent but across a range of ethnicities. Sixty percent of its members are women.
Tracy Brown, an artist and activist, is one of those women. She says that even though she’s a proponent of safe gun ownership, she has mixed feelings about the Supreme Court ruling.
“It means that more women will have the opportunity to get firearms in the interest of self-defense and protecting themselves. But you know, it’s such a complicated issue, especially for Black people,” she says. “There are a lot of very unhealthy perspectives held by those who typify the gun-owning population in this country.”
Brown points to the popular Rubber Dummie shooting target, which many people say looks like a Black man. She says it’s emblematic of dangerous attitudes toward Black people.
But as a local attorney named Ben Hall told a judge on his show when they discussed this topic..."that won't work for me". The judge asked why not and Ben just laughed.According to Clarence Thomas, the right to carry outside the home is the same as the right to carry inside the home, so, this essentially gives us a national permit to carry?
But as a local attorney named Ben Hall told a judge on his show when they discussed this topic..."that won't work for me". The judge asked why not and Ben just laughedAccording to Clarence Thomas, the right to carry outside the home is the same as the right to carry inside the home, so, this essentially gives us a national permit to carry?