2016-06-18 14:11:32 +0000

Guns are made for one and only one purpose: to kill. So I don't understand why they are sold to civilians. OK, fine, I will support strict licensing of shotguns for hunting (which I am opposed to by the way but oh well, I don't really see this practice being stopped... I am just being realistic here), and for self-defence against dangerous animals if one lives in an area where dangerous animals also live (this also is very questionnable for me... human, why would you live in an area where there are dangerous animals... think you stupid animal!)... but that's it -- shotguns for selected civilians, after some extremely strict screening process.

Selling this kind of weapons to civilians, like the one pictured here and the one used in the recent Orlando shooting -- seriously, that weapon is used only for killing people. Why sell it to civilians?? I don't understand America, I really don't. What a strange country.

It's easier to buy a gun than do these 100 things in America


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