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Whats the problem with ARs?

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the only problem with an AR is the same problem that exists with a handgun, or in fact, any firearm, that its only intended use is to do harm to something, or someone else, for whatever reason. that being said, this problem does not remove the right of every american citizen to bear arms, and as the constitution does not specify specific arms, then if an american wants to have an AR in their living room, then the government should not be able to stop them, due to the fact that its only problem, is one shared by all guns, and it has no other specific specifications that make it any more or less capable of killing someone.

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so true
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yeah
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Nothing is wrong with AR's. Guns don't kill people. People kill people.

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well according to the liberals, guns walk into places by themselves and shoot stuff up. so i was hoping on getting one of them to explain that logic.
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True. So if a serial killer stabs everyone, does that mean I should give up my butter knives? If I punch someone and it kills them I'd like to see them take my fists. Lololol!
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Most people probably don't understand "AR".
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oh yeah probably.
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And bumper sticker slogans don't win arguments.
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A gun can't shoot someone without the human there pulling the trigger. These days the whole world is crazy. Shootings at schools,restaurants,stores.terrorist organizations,gangs.The people with the guns are the problem. The guns are inanimate objects and therefore can't kill people on their own.

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I had problems with mine cycling ammo through the chamber, I've got it fixed now (:

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