July 23, 2014

Beretta-handguns-jpgWell I started a new policy yesterday if there’s nothing really important to write about I’m going to sleep all day. Anyhow I got up this morning and read an article about Beretta moving its gun manufacturing form Maryland to Tennessee because of tougher gun control laws. Now Beretta says tht the new laws would force it to stop making most of the weapons built in Maryland. Well my question is what the hell were they making there? I mean if you’re making and selling legitimate guns and not shipping them to people who will put them in the wrong hands what’s the problem? The same thing is going on in Colorado which I don’t understand. I think if you want to a gun for protection then a revolver or a shotgun is a good idea, not an AK47. With a revolver you know it’s going to fire and not jam on you and with a shotgun you don’t have to worry about being real accurate plus you can go hunting with it, if you want. Now I’m assuming you’re keeping the guns in your house for protection and not carrying them around. If you are carrying, a pistol still makes since. A semiautomatic pistol with a 12 round magazine will not do you anymore good then a six shot revolver if you don’t know how to use it. I mean you want to protect your life not go to war. Getting back to the gun companies moving what do you think they have to hide that their afraid of laws that limit haw they sell and things like ammo capacity. If they’re making and selling gun in a law abiding way why are they afraid of some laws? I know they’ll say because the government is trying to take away their second amendment rights under the constitution. Bull shit! Maybe it’s time to tweak that amendment so that it becomes a little more current. And then maybe the police can do something about illegal guns being sold on the streets. I know before we left the country it was just as easy to get illegal firearms it was to get drugs. Well that’s it time to go back to bed. This is Flounder saying CIAO from Medellin, Colombia.

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