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What background check you gon do on a 12yo......2 years ago you stole candy from Walmart? 
A most these gun get locked up....

My child will begin shooting at 10....idgaf what y'all say......
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Originally posted by mizzsandra00 mizzsandra00 wrote:

What background check you gon do on a 12yo......2 years ago you stole candy from Walmart? 
A most these gun get locked up....

My child will begin shooting at 10....idgaf what y'all say......
It ain't us that will say something it's the "Just Us System" that will get him. Lil' Becky and Jim Bob, jr can shoot to kill, Rayshawn can not.
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I wonder if the kids have free access to their guns or if they are normally locked in the parent's gun safe.
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Originally posted by mizzsandra00 mizzsandra00 wrote:

What background check you gon do on a 12yo......2 years ago you stole candy from Walmart? 
A most these gun get locked up....

My child will begin shooting at 10....idgaf what y'all say......



My point exactly. Why is it okay to put a deadly weapon in the hands of an 8, 10 or 12 year old, if we can't ensure they are responsible. They check adults who are supposedly more mature, and responsible.
Doesn't matter much as long as they keep this crap in the rural areas, and they will suffer the consequences among themselves.
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Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

I wonder if the kids have free access to their guns or if they are normally locked in the parent's gun safe.


Most are locked up.....
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I don't generally have a problem with people and kids having guns because I know they can be used responsibly.

I just think it should be better regulated. Should be required to take a safety class once every couple of years. And if you have guns in a home then social services or whoever should be required to do surprise pop-ins to see that you are following safety regulations.

I also think ammo should be prohibitively expensive.
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I don't think children should ever have access to guns.
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Originally posted by Benni Benni wrote:

Originally posted by mizzsandra00 mizzsandra00 wrote:

What background check you gon do on a 12yo......2 years ago you stole candy from Walmart? 
A most these gun get locked up....

My child will begin shooting at 10....idgaf what y'all say......



My point exactly. Why is it okay to put a deadly weapon in the hands of an 8, 10 or 12 year old, if we can't ensure they are responsible. They check adults who are supposedly more mature, and responsible.
Doesn't matter much as long as they keep this crap in the rural areas, and they will suffer the consequences among themselves.


There are plenty of ways to kill tho......go lock up ya steak knives....
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Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

I don't generally have a problem with people and kids having guns because I know they can be used responsibly.

I just think it should be better regulated. Should be required to take a safety class once every couple of years. And if you have guns in a home then social services or whoever should be required to do surprise pop-ins to see that you are following safety regulations.  they can barely handle the workload now

I also think ammo should be prohibitively expensive. It is


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Oh I know...I'm just saying in a perfect world there would be more oversight and a focus on prevention. I also think there are a lot of people who should NEVER be allowed to have guns but folks are definitely not gonna go for those laws so the next best thing would be to regulate it a lot more stringently.

And by prohibitively expensive I mean like 100$/bullet. It's cheap enough now that people go to gun ranges for fun and and families don't really think twice about using up the ammo. Make it far more expensive and that would help reduce some issues.


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