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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar7 View Post
    What does that mean..I'm not quite sure.

    Silencers, fully-automatic machine guns, and some short barreled shot guns are, in fact, legal.
    Hence the qualifier pretty much.

    With an FFL and class 3 or destructive device license, you can rock and roll to your hearts content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    Hence the qualifier pretty much.

    With an FFL and class 3 or destructive device license, you can rock and roll to your hearts content.
    Ohh okay. Rock on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar7 View Post
    Ohh okay. Rock on!

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    How does it work currently in the USA? Can anyone just walk up to the counter and buy a shotgun? I know there is a waiting period for handguns, but do you need a license or something? (Not talking about concealed carry, just for owning and shooting.)

    If not, what if there was some kind of licensing system in place? Would you participate if it was government regulated? What if it was privately regulated, like the way SCUBA diving is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    How does it work currently in the USA? Can anyone just walk up to the counter and buy a shotgun? I know there is a waiting period for handguns, but do you need a license or something? (Not talking about concealed carry, just for owning and shooting.)

    If not, what if there was some kind of licensing system in place? Would you participate if it was government regulated? What if it was privately regulated, like the way SCUBA diving is?

    An 18 year old can go to wal-mart at 3am in the morning and purchase a shotgun, as long as it doesn't have a pistol grip. He can, however, buy a pistol grip at the same time he buys the shotgun

    I don't mind much about shotguns being registered. They're not very assaulty. I suppose more regulation wouldn't be bad though.

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    I'm from Canada. We just have this one pistol in Parliament, behind a pane of glass, that says "break in case of war".

    How do we hunt, you ask? We politely ask the caribou to die. And it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    I'm from Canada. We just have this one pistol in Parliament, behind a pane of glass, that says "break in case of war".

    How do we hunt, you ask? We politely ask the caribou to die. And it works.
    You guys certainly fell far from your ancestors who helped torch the White House in 1812.

    Cheers, you peacenik queers of the north!
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    Thanks to the Enlightenment we have compulsory voting and no guns.

    It's plain to us that the USA is a violent gun culture that can't be bothered voting.

    The USA fools most of the people most of the time with the illusions of pornography, drugs, guns and religion, while we work for the greatest good for the greatest number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Thanks to the Enlightenment we have compulsory voting and no guns.

    It's plain to us that the USA is a violent gun culture that can't be bothered voting.

    The USA fools most of the people most of the time with the illusions of pornography, drugs, guns and religion, while we work for the greatest good for the greatest number.
    Victor that seems a little simplistic to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Thanks to the Enlightenment we have compulsory voting and no guns.

    It's plain to us that the USA is a violent gun culture that can't be bothered voting.

    The USA fools most of the people most of the time with the illusions of pornography, drugs, guns and religion, while we work for the greatest good for the greatest number.

    Yeah Victor, it's not our fault we were the first country to reach perfect enlightenment. Any enlightening futher than we're enlightened and we'll go up in a giant fucking flame.


    And who the fuck's "we"?!?!

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