- Nov 4, 2011
Yeah, toys back then didn't have any special coloring. I remember having a toy plastic dart gun (made c.1985) that was a scale-replica of a Beretta M9. The entire gun was made of black plastic with no other coloring other than some white on the interior of the barrel where the pneumatic housing was. Hell, I still have that toy on my desk.When I was a kid, I, and all of my friends, used to have fake toy guns. At the time they actually also in some cases looked like guns, none of those orange tips, and funky bright colors.... wonder what she would make of one of our games, and us using water balloons as grenades.
We use bolt action .50 cal rifles in Canada for hunting moose. :na:Caliber has nothing do with what is or isn't a "need".cyp to continue from the other thread. im in highschool one huge building if you go outside someone else has to let you in.
my opinion, is the processes in which you go through in order to own a gun should be increased. pawn shops, garage sales, flea markets should not be allowed to sell guns. it should be mandated that if you own a gun you also own a lockable case or safe for it.
NO automatic weapons IMO
also i dont know what it should be but we should have a caliber limit. there is no need for .50 caliber rifles.
keep in mind i like guns.
That's really a great clip... thank you for sharing it.
Unfortunately that is exactly the problem. Most people aren't educated, and do not do research.People need to do a little research about guns and who is committing the crimes before they try to take a gun away from a law abiding citizen.