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    08 Mar '18 16:23
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    Woogiemoogie, who has the best shot at a moon landing.

    Not possible. Ask Freaky.
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    08 Mar '18 17:50
    Originally posted by @zahlanzi
    yes, the problem that too many abnormal people have access to guns that are meant to fight wars.

    if normal people don't go around shooting people and abnormal people shouldn't be given death sticks, those guns shouldn't be accessible to civilians.


    there is a special kind of abnormals however who do not plan to go around shooting people yet they d ...[text shortened]... conveniences (waiting to have one's background checked ) when trying to buy another death stick.
    an ar15 is not a "weapon of war" you dumb fuk.
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    08 Mar '18 17:52
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    Cruz would have been ineligible to buy a gun if not for this obama/holder policy.

    "A routine school disciplinary infraction should land a student in the principal’s office, not in a police precinct,"Attorney General Eric Holder said. "This guidance will promote fair and effective disciplinary practices that will make schools safe, supportive and ...[text shortened]... /press-releases/us-departments-education-and-justice-release-school-discipline-guidance-package-
    39 police interventions...threatened to shoot people twice...advertised on social media he desired to be a school shooter...yes very minor...you dumb fuk!
  4. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    08 Mar '18 19:46
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    an ar15 is not a "weapon of war" you dumb fuk.
    A semi-automatic rifle,
    based on the army's M16,
    banned under the Assault Weapons Ban.

    And you are nit-picking that it is NOT a weapon of war? 🙄
    You think semantics are important here?
    You are the dumb fuk.
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    08 Mar '18 22:09
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    an ar15 is not a "weapon of war" you dumb fuk.
    navy seals use freakin ar-15s.


    anything that shoots that many bullets in that short of time with that large magazine is a weapon of war
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    08 Mar '18 22:38
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    A semi-automatic rifle,
    based on the army's M16,
    banned under the Assault Weapons Ban.

    And you are nit-picking that it is NOT a weapon of war? 🙄
    You think semantics are important here?
    You are the dumb fuk.
    Read this...before you make yourself more of a fool.

    https://www.at3tactical.com/blogs/news/10951661-m16-vs-m4-vs-ar15-a1-a2-a3-or-a4-understanding-the-different-types-of-ar15-rifles
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    08 Mar '18 22:391 edit
    Originally posted by @zahlanzi
    navy seals use freakin ar-15s.


    anything that shoots that many bullets in that short of time with that large magazine is a weapon of war
    seals use M4s...a carbine

    Navy seals use the M4...


    https://nypost.com/2016/03/07/navy-seals-dont-have-enough-combat-rifles-to-go-around/
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    08 Mar '18 23:17
    No American soldiers are using AR-15s as issued weapons. They use M16s or M4s, and then there are SAWs like the M240B and various other arms to augment units for specific scenarios.

    What's also funny is that the US shortly after Vietnam (or in the midst of Vietnam?) decided to use semi-automatic weapons because they are acutally more effective in many scenarios.
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    09 Mar '18 08:58
    Originally posted by @shavixmir
    It’s nothing to do with liberalism.

    It’s to do with rationality.
    Reading your posts everyday just makes one want to go out and shoot up a trailer park.
    wanting to go out and shoot up a trailer park is not rational.
    it's not funny
    it's not a valid point, to anything.
    it doesn't contribute anything to your post.
    it's in bad taste.

    how about you learn some boundaries?
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    09 Mar '18 09:17
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    seals use M4s...a carbine

    Navy seals use the M4...


    https://nypost.com/2016/03/07/navy-seals-dont-have-enough-combat-rifles-to-go-around/
    i am not going to argue again with dumbasses the exact flavor of ar-15 the military use.
    or the fact that "navy seals use ar-15" doesn't mean ALL (you english challenged moron) seals or the fact that it is the official weapon.


    when doing contract security work, navy seals use ar-15. not a musket. not your grandpa's hunting rifle but AR-15s. And if a navy seal considers the Ar-15 a weapon worth using to kill people, your fat redneck ass has no business buying and owning one until you've gone through the same training and background check as a navy seal.
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    09 Mar '18 10:34
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    an ar15 is not a "weapon of war" you dumb fuk.
    Of course it isn't. If it were, you'd be using it on innocent children elsewhere, the same way you use white phosphorus, instead of on your own superfluous. It's not a weapon of war, it's a culling tool, and well used recently.
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    09 Mar '18 17:56
    Conservatives think they're so clever: Projecting their worst traits upon liberals is right out of Rush Limbaugh's circa 1995 "How To Defeat a Liberal" playbook.

    It's old. It's not effective anymore. Nobody's buying it.

    A raised voice with foul language convinces no one.

    The bankruptcy of Conservative ideas is showing.
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    09 Mar '18 19:43
    Originally posted by @zahlanzi
    i am not going to argue again with dumbasses the exact flavor of ar-15 the military use.
    or the fact that "navy seals use ar-15" doesn't mean ALL (you english challenged moron) seals or the fact that it is the official weapon.


    when doing contract security work, navy seals use ar-15. not a musket. not your grandpa's hunting rifle but AR-15s. And if a ...[text shortened]... and owning one until you've gone through the same training and background check as a navy seal.
    lol...navy seals do not do "contract security work" you dumb fuk!
    You are ignorant on guns...just STFU!
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    09 Mar '18 20:00
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople
    lol...navy seals do not do "contract security work" you dumb fuk!
    You are ignorant on guns...just STFU!
    Gun knowledge is pretty much superfluous when discussing arming teachers.
    This is a social issue.
    ... and that is where your monumental ignorance lies ... so STFU
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    09 Mar '18 20:292 edits
    Originally posted by @mott-the-hoople to Zahlanzi
    an ar15 is not a "weapon of war" you dumb fuk.
    There's an Irish song praising the Armalite rifles (including the AR-15) used by the PIRA in their war.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Armalite

    "The song dates from the early 1970s, when the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA)
    secretly imported modern weaponry, most notably Armalite rifles, from the United States.[5]
    The Armalite can refer to a version of the AR-15 (M16) rifle made specifically by the Armalite Corporation ..."

    "And it's down Along the Falls Road, that's where I long to be,
    Lying in the dark with a Provo company,
    A comrade on my left and another on my right
    And a clip of ammunition for my little Armalite."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provisional_Irish_Republican_Army_arms_importation

    "The IRA's main gun runner in the US was George Harrison, an IRA veteran, resident in New York since 1938.
    Harrison bought guns for the IRA from a Corsican arms dealer named George de Meo, who
    had connections in organised crime. Joe Cahill acted as the contact between NORAID and Harrison.
    In 1971, the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) had already seized 700 modern weapons from the IRA,
    including 2 tonnes of high explosive and 157,000 rounds of ammunition, most of which were of US manufacture.
    Harrison spent an estimated US$1 million in the 1970s purchasing over 2,500 guns for the IRA.[10]
    According to Brendan Hughes, an IRA member who later became Officer Commanding of the IRA
    inside Long Kesh prison, the IRA smuggled small arms from the United States by sea on
    Queen Elizabeth 2 from New York via Southampton,[8] through Irish members of her crew,
    until the network was cracked down on by the FBI in the 1980s.[11] These Queen Elizabeth 2
    shipments included M16, CAR-15, AR-18 and AR-15 Armalite rifles, accompanied by Browning pistols
    and Smith & Wesson pistols and revolvers and were driven from Southampton to Belfast in small consignments.

    In the late 1970s, another IRA member, Gabriel Megahey, was sent to the United States
    to acquire more arms and he was able to procure more AR-15 Armalites, plus a number
    of Heckler & Koch rifles and other weapons. Again, the purchase of these weapons was
    funded by Irish American republicans.[12] A batch of M60 machine guns was imported in 1977.[13]
    Harrison was arrested by the FBI in 1981, but acquitted at his trial.[10] Megahey was arrested
    by the FBI in 1982 after a successful "sting operation", where he was trying to purchase
    surface-to-air missiles (SAMs) for the IRA, and sentenced to seven years in prison."
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