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Gun laws and de witch sniffers argument 
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law abiding citizen clint 8-)

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06 Feb 2014 16:29
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Gun Control is a Myth UK :shock:

http://youtu.be/Lil51T7UIrc


07 Feb 2014 12:33
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Amazingly , clint eastwood is an advocate for gun control in america, i find this a bit ironic as he made his name and fortune as dirty harry wielding a .44mag, and in many westerns. Sean connery is of a similar mindset, waving his walther ppk around in the james bond movies, and yet calling for a ban on pistols after the dunblane shootings.


08 Feb 2014 15:19
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Gun Culture in Canada
http://youtu.be/t3O7dWYavic


http://youtu.be/48BrHFaJS_c


http://youtu.be/EB4dwumib74

http://youtu.be/KYTeeYkqzrc










Brad Pitt said in a recent interview with British magazine Live (in response to more gun control following the Colorado movie shooting), “I absolutely don’t believe you can put sanctions or shackles on what is made. Nor do I want to pretend the world is different than what we witnessed that night… America is a country founded on guns. It’s in our DNA. It’s very strange but I feel better having a gun. I really do. I don’t feel safe, I don’t feel the house is completely safe, if I don’t have one hidden somewhere. That’s my thinking, right or wrong.”

Pitt also recently built a $400,000 shooting range as a wedding gift to fiance Angelina Jolie. :shock:


10 Feb 2014 10:58
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96% of the illegal guns seized entered Canada over the united states border Guns in Canada
http://youtu.be/aAdHfdqmXSg :ugeek:


10 Feb 2014 16:12
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Medical errors killing up to 24,000 Canadians a year http://youtu.be/y61XgL4vAjI


10 Feb 2014 22:49
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Debating A Gun Control Fanatic
http://youtu.be/CNb34vPqrN0

http://youtu.be/_xKknVJFhpY


Turn a blind eye,ignore the drugs and everything.perfect the guards don't want to be armed and civilians think of giving up the guns and of course ireland's fully safe


02 Mar 2014 21:43
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Rayfn wrote:
Debating A Gun Control Fanatic

Turn a blind eye,ignore the drugs and everything. perfect

ya got it in one fn762 ;)



The study, published in the Irish Medical Journal, shows that between 2005 and 2010, emergency staff dealt with:

*16,079 assaults, including 2,472 knife-related attacks, 15% of the total.

*87% of all assault patients were male, including 93% of knife victims.

*61% of all assault victims were under the age of 30.

*18% of those who died in hospital (73 in total) suffered knife wounds.

*Knife victims were three-and-a-half times more likely to need intensive care unit (ICU) care.

“The lack of a reduction in knife crime together with the greater need for ICU care and the higher in-hospital mortality rate among those victims of knife crime are a great concern and indicate there is an urgent need to tackle knife crime among young males,” said the report.

The research found that head injuries was the main prognosis (63%). The most common type of assault was by bodily force (53%), knives (15%) and assault by blunt object (5%).

Males were the main victims of most assaults, apart from strangulations, which was more common among females (53% v 47%).

The research was carried out by Dr Anne O’Farrell and Dr Davida De La Harpe, of the HSE intelligence unit, and Dr Una Geary, consultant at St James’s.

It said alcohol misuse was recorded in 2,292 (14%) of in-patient cases, but said the quality of recording was variable and that there was a need to improve recording of alcohol and drugs.


knife culture

http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/sc ... 25825.html


http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/knife ... 2xzv4.html



1,000 people a month are victims of knife crime in London :shock:


04 Mar 2014 12:47
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Country pursuits with owner Wilf Ashman http://youtu.be/8Hub5n9HPkI


18 Jun 2014 10:19
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study has concluded there has been a dramatic increase in gun crime in Dublin over the past four decades due to gangland activity and drug dealing http://www.rte.ie/news/2014/0909/642478-gun-crime/


09 Sep 2014 10:45
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Acutually recorded gun-crime seen a net reduction of 24 per cent from the highs of 2003-2008, when last the Celtic Tiger roamed free in a land hooked on disposable income, much of it flushed on accessories and well into the early hours, recreational nasal inhalation pursuits.
Was there a downward spiral of illegal Gun Crime to show a lower figure, when the 2009 firearms act was enacted by Dáil Éireann?

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study has concluded


Was the study an official conducted perfect balanced survey by any chance? Figures quoted by the new then minister indicate the opposite to the broadcasted statistic, who to believe..

http://www.thesun.ie/irishsol/homepage/ ... watch.html

- PLEDGES to tackle criminal gangs and their psychopathic leaders.

- PROMISES every possible deterrent against knife crime.


01 Dec 2014 13:49
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stop smugglin guns :roll:


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04 Dec 2014 12:50
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Blackadder wrote:
Acutually recorded gun-crime seen a net reduction of 24 per cent from the highs of 2003-2008, when last the Celtic Tiger roamed free in a land hooked on disposable income, much of it flushed on accessories and well into the early hours, recreational nasal inhalation pursuits.
Was there a downward spiral of illegal Gun Crime to show a lower figure, when the 2009 firearms act was enacted by Dáil Éireann?

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study has concluded


Was the study an official conducted perfect balanced survey by any chance? Figures quoted by the new then minister indicate the opposite to the broadcasted statistic, who to believe..

http://www.thesun.ie/irishsol/homepage/ ... watch.html

- PLEDGES to tackle criminal gangs and their psychopathic leaders.

- PROMISES every possible deterrent against knife crime.


The myth hammers are assault weapons favored by criminals http://www.gunfacts.info/gun-control-my ... t-weapons/
:mrgreen:


27 Jan 2015 19:11
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gun grabbers gonna cough industry compo €€€€€€€€€€£££££££££££$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ :shock:

IWA Road Trip :lol:
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07 Dec 2015 13:50
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https://www.facebook.com/IPSCNI/
580,000* EU citizens are employed in manufacturing, wholesale, retail, support and training throughout the EU Firearms industry. Hunting and target shooting represent large sectors within this industry - many of these workers will be members of trade unions and these unions in turn have significant links to political parties :mrgreen:


07 Dec 2015 15:28
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Shooting sports of ALL kinds, including the ever-popular visiting shooters' vacation in Scotland and various parts of the rest of UK [but principally in Scotland] bring in an average of £2 Billion into the UK exchequer every year.

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06 Jan 2016 14:53
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Backstop Benny wrote:
gun grabbers gonna cough industry compo €€€€€€€€€€£££££££££££$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ :shock:


It would appear to be 300 million New Zealand dollars and counting!

New Zealand small-arms buy-back scheme
https://www.police.govt.nz/advice/firea ... d-firearms
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It is estimated that roughly 250,000 people own recently-banned centerfire semi-automatic rifles and some shotguns with a magazine capacity of over five shots in New Zealand.

All Handguns, 10 shot .22 semi-automatic rifles and shotguns holding up to five shots were not included in the ban.

They have no historical or firearms with calibres over .308 inch that are restricted means banned something done on the back of a beer mat... only in Ireland. Reloading and practical pistol, carries on as the same as before with the exception of the proposed new 5 year license, for all firearms, reduced from the previous 10 year license before the attacks by an Australian white supremacist who used the former relaxed licensing regime to plan his attack many years before moving to New Zealand.

Licensed dealers, pest controllers and "bona fide collectors" will also enjoy "narrow exceptions" to the ban.

Population smaller than Ireland
With a population of just under five million, New Zealand is home to an estimated total of 1.5 million firearms, making it the country with the 17th highest rate of civilian firearm ownership in the world, according to the Small Arms Survey.

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https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/06/ ... 44256.html
New Zealand has announced plans for a national firearms register, in its second round of gun law reforms following the Christchurch mosque attacks. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, "In April, we took action to remove military-style semi-automatic rifles from our communities. Now we are taking the next step, to prevent firearms from reaching the hands of criminals." "The majority of crimes that involve guns, she added, were committed by people who didn't have a license and who used guns that were either sold illegally or stolen."

In the immediate aftermath of the March 15 attacks by an Australian white supremacist on worshipers at two mosques. Those reforms included a ban on assault weapons such as the AR-15-style rifles used in the shooting and a buyback scheme under which some 19,000 weapons and 70,000 parts have so far been collected.

The new bill would create a register tracking all the guns in the country and oblige gun licenses to be renewed every five years instead of every 10 years. The legislation would also require doctors to report cases where gun owners have mental health issues that could make their possession of firearms a risk to themselves or others.

Under the current law, we do not know exactly how many guns are in circulation, who owns them, who is selling them, who is buying them or how securely they are stored.

20 Jun 2019
New Zealand's government on Thursday launched a multimillion-dollar, six-month "buy-back" scheme to compensate owners of newly banned semi-automatic weapons prohibited in the wake of deadly attacks on two mosques in the southern city of Christchurch.

Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Minister of Police Stuart Nash said in a joint emailed statement that $208 million New Zealand dollars ($135.97m) had been set aside to compensate owners of the banned semi-automatic firearms up to 95 percent of the original cost. "But it may well cost up to $300 million."

Nicole McKee, Secretary of the Council of Licensed Firearm Owners, told the NZ Herald “We are effectively being punished for the acts of a foreign terrorist, ( gunman behind the killings, a self-proclaimed white supremacist born in Australia) and we want to make sure that our personal and private property is adequately compensated when it is confiscated,” she said.




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Firearm buyback scheme could cost $500m https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zea ... group-says

IPSC Shooting in New Zealand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hms6ZWdqHrI


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