Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Missouri Could Ban Bump Stocks, But It Won't

Follow-up and a bit more reporting about gun control legislation from a Kansas City State Rep. and how everybody has already forgotten about the Las Vegas Massacre . . . Read more:

Missouri could ban bump stocks

The national debate on bump stocks is now playing out in Missouri as one lawmaker is looking to further restrict the types of gun accessories that can be sold. "There is really no reason to have such an apparatus except to shoot a large number of bullets in a short amount of time, or in other words, to kill a lot of people in a short amount of time," state Rep.


Anonymous said...

Never heard of this Richard brown before, is he another cleaver?

Anonymous said...

It's amazing that this guy has enough of an attention span to still be considering this issue.
Bump stocks were yesterday's big big issue.
Today it's sexual harassment claims.
Tomorrow it will be something else entirely, but every bit so important that it floods social media and is endlessly debated by cable news panelists.
Like turning the pages of a book.
Try to keep up!

Anonymous said...

Bad people do bad things. Outlawing "things" doesn't make bad people good.

Anonymous said...

May as well ban them they already banned bumping and grinding.

Anonymous said...

This is the problem with dumb ass libtards. They think that guns are made to kill people. They need to educate themselves before playing experts.

Anonymous said...

They think that guns are made to kill people.

Black people think that.

Oh wait. They're not people.

My bad.

Byron Funkhouser said...

"They think that guns are made to kill people." ??

Why do you think they were made? What else are they for?

"...outlawing "things" doesn't make bad people good."

That's true. Outlawing Jim Crow laws didn't make you less racist; it may have actually made you more racist. Outlawing school segregation didn't make you less racistl it apparently made you more religious judging by all the "Christian" schools that magically sprang up afterwards.

Anonymous said...

"The rifle itself has no moral stature, since it has no will of its own. Naturally, it may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter cannot be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles."

— Jeff Cooper, The Art of the Rifle