Is it reasonable? Magazine Restrictions

Before we get to answering this question, there are certain definitions that have to be laid out. There is also a lot of misinformation that gets spread by the media and politicians that has to be corrected by defining certain vernacular.

High Capacity/Large Capacity Magazines: If you aren’t a hobbyist like I am, you probably associate “high capacity” with anything that holds above 10 rounds of ammunition; that’s okay. You’ve been lead to believe that.

Why I’m Against Gun Laws

Today $200 doesn’t seem like much to many, especially with the average price of a quality firearm being $450+, but $200 to many is still “make it or break it” territory. With that being the case, should their financial status dictate whether or not they are able to exercise the rights affronted to them by the Constitution and beyond that their creator?

All In or All Out.

I have always thought the “Coexist” bump sticker was moronic… but in the face of a divisive government in a country that’s supposed to be all about freedom… Isn’t coexisting what we’re supposed to be doing? Both sides of the argument have blame on their hands, don’t get me wrong, but it’s far past time that we all united. 

Is it reasonable? Background Checks

Second, you have straw purchases. What’s a straw purchase? Glad you asked. A straw purchase is when someone that is 18 years old buys cigarettes for an individual that’s 16 years old. Now to switch it to be guns. An individual who can pass a 4473 goes in, buys the gun, passed the background check, and then gives the gun to a non-eligible individual.

Yes, these happen very often. Yes people have died because of them. Here is an article where law enforcement officers were killed because of a straw purchased firearm.

I Hate Communism, You Should Too

…someone who thinks they are sophisticated might be saying something like… “But we have a social contract!”

First, define a social contract. Second, who has a social contract? Third, who decided that everyone was bound to the same social contract? I have no obligation to another individual that I never agreed to be obliged to. On the same token, that individual has no obligation to me since they never agreed to be obliged. You see…being forcibly obliged to other individual(s) is called slavery. Slavery was outlawed in the United States almost 200 years ago.