EXACTALLY!!!!catch a criminal committing a crime while armed? MANDATORY 20 year sentence...completely separate from the crime they were committing, and to run consecutively, NOT concurrently... see how long it takes for those fellas to die in prison.
Which is why you should have stopped posting about 7 posts ago.
OR you could spend about half the effort you've spent here making yourself out to be a patent idiot and simply Google "Gun Laws in the United States" and started reading to inform yourself before you make multiple moronic posts about a topic you admittedly know absolutely NOTHING about.
But that of course is not your style. You'd rather carry on like a blithering idiot.
I'll try to dumb this down to a level you can understand:
Our constitution has guaranteed rights listed in it; among those are the right to keep and bear arms. It's the 2nd amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It reads as follows:
That means that it is actually ILLEGAL for the government to take away the arms of
- A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
And presently, they don't.
Fuck the hunters. Save the women and children.Sure. You see it simple and wrong.
Authoritarians always do.
Hunters and people in rural areas most certainly should have the right to own guns for their specific needs.
Canada's gun laws are a fine model to work with. There is no reason to take a gun away from somebody who already owns one assuming they can pass a background check and basic criteria for safety as well as store the things properly. I don't own a gun but don't care if another person does so long they register it, obtain a license to own it and that it's maintained and stored properly.
Not saying you are wrong but your assertion is too simple to account for legitimate uses of firearms. Speaking of simple minded and didactic, are you a relative of Rob Roy?
Didn't you guys vote in trump? HahahaAny idea which country that sock claims as his?
My, how authoritarian of you.
We can and I believe will eventually enact gun laws and enforce them without using the military. The military is a blunt instrument and we don't really want them enforcing laws, nor does the military want that. That might be how your country operates but not here.
Also, there is no reason why peaceable gun owners should be forced to give up their guns. Perhaps, in the kind of regulatory environment that I'd like to see enacted, they might not be able to sell those highly lethal killing machines like the AR-15 but there is no reason why they should have to surrender them.