arma virumque cano (et alia)
The best part is the fact that the guy behind the counter chooses to make a living acting in violent video games in which he uses firearms to commit violent felony's and then are marketed to children...can ya smell the BS
To me the best part is when he racks the slide on his fake shotgun and the bolt doesn't move. Yeah, that "gun has a history" alright. It's probably been in lots of movies where it's only job is to make that dramatic shuck-shuck sound.
Notice how there isn't a single safety device for sale or promoted in this fake store? Tell us again how the gun control movement is interested in gun safety when the only message we see here is "don't own a gun". If this were a real gun store, they would be required by New York law to sell safety devices.
Yes, "don't owna a gun" is a good message because guns do more harm than good.
Yes, "don't owna a gun" is a good message because guns do more harm than good.Says the guy who denies hating guns.
So it's safe to say that "anti-gun" is a better way to describe you and these people than something like "gun safety advocate".
Recognizing that owning a gun is dangerous and has a big down side does not amount to hating guns. In fact, as I've often mentioned, I myself might own guns again given the right circumstances. Plus, I feel that anyone who wants to and qualifies should be able to be a gun owner.
Plus, I feel that anyone who wants to and qualifies should be able to be a gun owner.Of course, you tend to seem to think that wanting a gun is itself pretty close to a being a disqualifier for gun ownership.
That's pretty silly, Kurt.
I wonder if any of those magazines on display are real, and therefor violations of the NY SAFE act.
A video produced by liars, for the purpose of disseminating lies.Is there anything filthier than an agenda-driven liar?