Sorry some of you think its ok for a non english speaking person to purchase a weapon.For some reason that just dont sit rite with me.
Don't know how to respond to that. English is NOT our official language. Puerto Rico and all the Indian Nations are part of America, so I'm not sure what the rules should be.
I do.Learn english or go back to where ever it is you came from.Do me a favor spin, dont play the liberal when its convienent
I was appalled when that kid walked out of that store with a chinese sks ak knockoff.
A kid. Really. Under 18. I'm skeptical. Did you report them?
Your kidding me rite..?dont be silly.Im a little older so anyone in their early 20s is a kid to me.
On the other hand spin tell me something.You think its ok to sell a weapon like that to some black kid from a bad neighbor hood...(I heard him say where he was from)Or you dont think its rite but just dont give a ****.(pg13)
Then again.If that kid took a 8 hour course learned gun safety how to clean and operate that weapon,where he can shoot it.(we cant shoot in our back yards like alot of you boys can)stored it safely,ect ect,I could care less if he was buying 10 assault weapons.
Does that make me an anti...
Im an advocate for Liscensing and education.
How is this different than the current instant background check?
We already have effectively what you are asking for. The NRA, to my knowledge, has no problem with this with the exception that the records are not kept as a de facto gun registration.
Great put up or shut up..SHOW ME THE MONEY.they got plenty.No one bitches about a hunter safety course.I would join the NRA tomorrow if they would sponser education for first time buyers.
Here is the law enforcement section of their website.
I really think you misunderstand the NRA's position and what they do. There is no surer way to protect gun rights than to prosecute criminals that commit real crimes.
I understand that perfectly.
You say your license program works just fine, but what does that mean? Has it had any impact on crime? I seriously doubt it. As I said before, almost all guns are illegally owned even before they are used in a crime. Adding a lack of license on top of armed robbery or murder isn't exactly a big deterent. It just trips up honest people that move into your state.
Safest city in America pal....fact...
Ileagly owned because their bought that way from some pawn shop down south.Do the NRA lobbiest do anything about this..?
It dosent trip anyone up.They just gotta wait a few months.But they can buy a long gun anytime.Whats the problem.
I have a friend that I used to hunt with in GA and he recently moved to the NY. This is a quote from an e-mail he sent me a couple weeks ago. This doesn't sound like it's working to me. BTW, he has a security clearance, so he's not exactly a person of concern.
Are you looking for sympathy on this one :huh:
Keeps criminals in NY from buying guns tho dosent it. :thumbsup:
Its ok you can say it.yep it works.No such thing as handgun bought illeagly in NY.UNLESS it was purchased in another state (illeagly)and sold here.So why cant you guys keep your guns off MY streets.....??
I just took the last of three three-hour gun safety classes yesterday.
You should have seen my mood last Tuesday when I remembered I have to go to it, and even worse after I realized it's until 10 PM. I could almost teach the first and third of the class. The only thing that I didn't know was in the second class, related to NY gun laws. I must take the class before I submit my license application. There is only one facility allowed to teach the darn thing in the county, and you have to take the course in the county in which you reside. I called last November, and they were full until March. It's only because I was on a waiting list in case of a cancellation that I got in for the February class. After I got my certificate from the class I can submit my license application, with 100$ fingerprints, and wait at least two months, up to maybe six, to be able to pick up my guns from the dealer here in New York. Yippeeee! I wonder if the gun class facility lobbied the legislature to let only one place in the county teach the course.