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This in no way make firearms more accessible to anyone. People who are amazed / frightened by this are simply unaware of how easy it already is to obtain a firearm. Very few places in USA require a background check for the purchase of a pistol. For rifles / shotguns, almost nowhere at all requires one.

Wait until people realize what harm can be done with kitchen knives, or fertilizer. Seriously, there are easier ways to acquire a gun than paying $250,000 for a 3d printer.
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This in no way make firearms more accessible to anyone. People who are amazed / frightened by this are simply unaware of how easy it already is to obtain a firearm. Very few places in USA require a background check for the purchase of a pistol. For rifles / shotguns, almost nowhere at all requires one.
Wait until people realize what harm can be done with kitchen knives, or fertilizer. Seriously, there are easier ways to acquire a gun than paying $250,000 for a 3d printer.

People love to mis-place responsibility. Rather than blame the sicko's that are willing to shoot and kill some one in cold blood they blame and inanimate object. When people crash their cars they don't blame the car....
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If you purchase a firearm from a licensed dealer (one holding a Federal Firearm License), then you get a background check. Period. There is no exception to this at all. The dealer has no leeway in this and they are audited more frequently than ever before, now that the ATF is starting to use computers to replace the paper forms and doing audits becomes less costly and time-intensive.

If you purchase a firearm from an individual who does not sell firearms for a living, you are not required to get a background check. They can still do one, however, or require transfer paperwork the ATF has available on their website. If the seller has reason to believe the person they are selling to is not legally permitted to buy or possess the weapon, then both parties are legally in the wrong. If the seller does not know or has no reason to believe the person they are selling to cannot legally buy or possess the weapon, then the seller is cleared but the buyer is still in the wrong.

I've bought from individuals and FFLs. If anything at all strikes you as shady, just contact your local police and have them run the numbers on the firearm and give them the description of the person you bought from / sold to.


Pretty much anywhere you go in the world you can easily acquire firearms. In the US it's simply easier to do so legally, since firearm ownership and carrying is not demonized as it is elsewhere (some states/municipalities excepting).
    
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When people crash their cars they don't blame the car....
Remember that Toyota prius recall?
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In August 2010, the Wall St. Journal reported that experts at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration had examined the "black boxes" of 58 vehicles involved in sudden-acceleration reports. The study found that in 35 of the cases, the brakes weren't applied at the time of the crash. In nine other cases in the same study, the brakes were used only at the last moment before impact.
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Remember that Toyota prius recall?

Well I guess that means most of the human race is incapable of accepting blame, or fault. such a same.


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Well I guess that means most of the human race is incapable of accepting blame, or fault. such a same.
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meme's are destroying the internet, now accept your blame for that. tongue.gif
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Very few places in USA require a background check for the purchase of a pistol. For rifles / shotguns, almost nowhere at all requires one.

This is completely and utterly false.
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meme's are destroying the internet, now accept your blame for that. tongue.gif

/b/ and "The bad part of youtube" did it!!!

TWO ROTOR NUTS IN A ROW!!!
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*Comes to a realization that a PERSON has to turn on or program the computer that runs the car*...doh.gif This is an argument that cannot be debated any other way. There is ALWAYS a person behind a crime, not an object.
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