I don't think anyone wants to restrict ownership of hunting rifles.
Well, you'd be wrong.
Sooner or later people are gonna get it and repeal the 2nd Amendment, but I don't see it happening in my lifetime.
Nick has been very outspoken in his desire to see all guns taken away. And he's certainly not the only person I've seen in this thread who shares this opinion. So let's not pretend that this doesn't exist.
I'm also not too thrilled about the language used in his post, insinuating that the rest of us "don't get it" if we don't share the same opinion. I've seen plenty of other people get reprimanded for the exact same language.
People as in society, as a whole, not specific people in this thread. And yes, I think society has it wrong when it comes to guns.
I also think America would be a better country without guns but know it won't happen in my lifetime, so I am for stricter, somewhat reasonable gun control.
- create a national gun registry
- more comprehensive background checks
- let the CDC study the effects of gun violence in society
- ban bump stocks
- ban high capacity magazines
- ban assault rifles
- limit ammunition amounts per owner per type of caliber of gun
- create some accountability law if your gun is used in a crime. Regarding this, its tough, but that father who gave his son back his guns in the Waffle House shooting when they should have been legally stored, has culpability. If this father had given the key access or safe combination so his son could use the guns, that's culpability. If someone steals your gun from safe storage and kills someone, that's not culpability.
- start to get gun laws nationalized so that each state has very similar laws which of course would tie into the national registry.