Should high capacity magazines be banned?

Should high capacity magazines be banned

Yes
2
7%
No
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Total votes : 29

Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: SuperBeetle On: Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:22 pm

Since President Obama stated he wants to ban high capacity magazines and that he expected even firearm owners to understand the need for new regulations, I thought I'd start a poll to see what the coal forum members have to say.
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: jpete On: Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:42 pm

I'm not a fan of banning things.
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: KLook On: Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:05 pm

We should ban people that have armed security from having a say about other peoples security needs.

Kevin
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: freetown fred On: Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:36 pm

I personally don't have any HIGH capacity mags--but I do know that banned or not banned, they will always be available & WILL be out here. If the majority of this Country thinks that banning them will help with these latest situations we've been having & it makes them feel safer, so be it. It won't effect me one way or the other. Oh wait, would any of my banana clips be considered high capacity??? ;)
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: theo On: Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:07 pm

No Way
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: jpete On: Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:14 pm

freetown fred wrote:I personally don't have any HIGH capacity mags--but I do know that banned or not banned, they will always be available & WILL be out here. If the majority of this Country thinks that banning them will help with these latest situations we've been having & it makes them feel safer, so be it. It won't effect me one way or the other. Oh wait, would any of my banana clips be considered high capacity??? ;)


That's the thing. All this talk of "banning" just makes people want them more.

I have A shotgun. I honestly don't even know how many shells it holds because I leave the dowel rod in it to comply with state(?) law that I can only have 3 rounds in it if I'm hunting and I don't need more than that shooting skeet and trap but I want something else just because I might not have the option later.
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: grumpy On: Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:25 pm

KLook wrote:We should ban people that have armed security from having a say about other peoples security needs.

Kevin



Priceless..
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: coalnewbie On: Mon Dec 31, 2012 3:06 am

I think we need to ban these magazines and all other societiel dangers. Let's be safer together. I am also looking to ban a few other things first though, in fact I will run for political office on this platform. I'm going to make a table of all dangers out there and start working down the killers in rank order. I will get to you dangerous gun owners but you will have to be patient as you are wayyyyyy down my list.

I would start with Big Gulp and oversized burgers that have killed many more people. Lets'also ban tobacco, booze, cars and let's not forget, ALL sugar (proven deadly with 50MM prediabetics). Of course, let's start with girl scout cookies as that sets a terrible example to society and the ones I have tasted are loaded with this poison. There are pages more stuff such as running with scissors and kitchen knives but one item I would share with you. Let's ban "nanny" politicians who should be worrying more about many other things. Ahha I have it, let's ban living, there now we are much safer. Let's wrap us all up in cotton wool balls! No we can't do that as cotton pickers have many lung diseases. I know, I saw a scene from the Matrix after he swallowed the pill that looked like a much safer way to store people. There now I have my election platform in fact I think I am a shoe in.
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: freetown fred On: Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:03 am

OMG Simon, you've hooked up with Bloomerberg in the city. Please tell me it isn't so! :clap: toothy
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: chester On: Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:21 am

why not just ban crime. That would solve everything.
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: Ed.A On: Mon Dec 31, 2012 8:12 am

chester wrote:why not just ban crime. That would solve everything.



Brillant! why didn't Obama think of that

So what about all the magazines out in circulation? Seizure?

Things are looking mighty grim here in Conn. with Mini-Obama as gov. and full super majority legislature floating things like 50% Tax on Ammo, no internet sales. 10 shot max firearms regardless of caliber, rifle handgun etc.

Our former State Police Commissioner just penned an Op-Ed proclaiming that it should be capped at 5-6 Rds. and anybody who needs more than that for protection shouldn't own a gun! Oh yes he will be testifying at hearings you betcha.

All whole crew is forming in Newtown Conn. to organize to "Fight the spread of Violence" in other words, basically an anti-gun Brady-Bunch style Political action group that will stop NOTHING, but help push another liberal agenda of taking away our rights.
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: freetown fred On: Mon Dec 31, 2012 8:48 am

Brillant! why didn't Obama think of that--- or Eisenhower, Nixon, Kennedy, one of the Bush's or a whole bunch of other Pres's. Simple enough don't ya think? :roll2:
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: samhill On: Mon Dec 31, 2012 9:07 am

Do I hear some envy of those that can afford what most cannot? Should not armed schools be just as available to all as HC? I think most places have already tried the more police thing & guess what as soon as the bill comes due well they got to cut somewhere so why not the police & fire, never Gov. paychecks. Lets have all "legal" gun owners of sound mind :idea: be sworn in as civilian non-paid & with no other compensation other than knowing that they are helping society safe aux. police. 8-)
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: baddawg On: Mon Dec 31, 2012 9:20 am

But they would have to let us really STOP crime....
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Re: Should high capacity magazines be banned?

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Mon Dec 31, 2012 9:27 am

I ordered 10 more of thirty rounders. Should get em next week. And I still have no ambitions of breaking the law or harming anyone. And none of my firearms or magazines are talking to me. So my conclusion is its not the gun or magazines fault. Am I close?
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