Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Some Ideas for Gun Control in the United States

Gun Ownership
Sure, everyone should have the right to own a gun.
Registration and Rules 

Must be min 21 y/o
Under 21 accompanied by adult or in military. Period.

Next, how about before we just hand a fool a gun... They answer some questions?

What is your reason for wanting to own a firearm?
Believe me , I get it... But it's not me I'm worried about....
Business Owner?
Law Enforcement?
Protection Agency?
Security Co?
Money transport?
Private Investigator?
Other? Please describe and explain.
How many Firearms do you own and why?
I mean really? How do we let some of these fools get so many guns?
Assault Rifles: (Military, Law Enforcement, National Guard or Coast Guard only!)
Any other large caliber guns:

Now we need some...
"I ain't got money, but I got a gun!" - Should not happen.

Valid Driver License or State ID w/Photo from state of purchase.

Bank account # If you don’t have money in the goddamn bank, why the fuck do you need a gun?

Personal References: Who’s gonna vouch for your ass?
Three people: Names, addresses, phone numbers, Driver Licenses & Social Security Numbers.

Education and Testing:
Mandatory classes taught by Local or State Police
Newly purchased firearm is stored until class is complete.


101 – Learn your firearm.
Make, model, caliber, breaking it down, cleaning, re-building, loading, clearing, storing.

102 - Rules for use.
State and federal gun use laws and penalties.

103 – Use.
Target practice.  Must score at certain level to pass. Before you can walk with your gun.

Registering & Licensing:
Every firearm has a Make, Model and Serial Number.
Every owner has a driver license or state ID and a social security number.

How about we put it all together?

Oh yeah.... How does a Local or State Police Agency pay for the time/hours it takes for an officer to teach these classes? I don't know, maybe by raising the prices of firearms, increasing the tax on a firearm, or simply charge the owner for the damn class.... 
Just a thought...  

Gun Owner Public Notification

Pretty simple.

Everything (accident or crime) leads back to registered owner.
 Just wrong.


Under-aged crimes involving firearms are tried as adult.

With Possession of a Firearm in Public.
Add the words, “with intent to commit murder” to the end of any crime.

If you unlawfully take the life of another human being, 
you loose all rights.
Death or life in prisoned.

And the person who owns the gun
is just as responsible as the person who uses the gun.

I'm just saying...

These are just some quick thoughts based on the recent shootings in the news... I consider myself on of the "Good" guys and I'm telling you, it's far too easy for the "Bad" guys to get guns.

Good luck,
The Bad Man

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