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Time to ban boards in chicago!!!!!

A prime example of why weapons bans do not work is that honor student killed in chicago by animals with a 2x6 board. I did not hear people blaming the incident on the board (yet...) like they would normally do if a firearm was used. Weapons are not the problem. The filth loose in society is.
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Geez, I'm shocked about the participants.

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If high school kids could carry concealed that guy could have defended himself.
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If high school kids could carry concealed that guy could have defended himself.
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If high school kids could carry concealed that guy could have defended himself.
That's probably not a good idea.
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That's probably not a good idea.
Have to be 21 to purchase a handgun anyways.

I wouldn't disagree that someone able to purchase a handgun and acquire a CHL should be able to carry on college campus.
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Have to be 21 to purchase a handgun anyways.

I wouldn't disagree that someone able to purchase a handgun and acquire a CHL should be able to carry on college campus.
I completely agree with college students carrying. I do not think high school kids have mature enough to be trusted with a handgun - obviously taking into account they would be able to purchase one.
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I completely agree with college students carrying. I do not think high school kids have mature enough to be trusted with a handgun - obviously taking into account they would be able to purchase one.
Agreed on the maturity level. Just basing the way I drove in high school compared to age 21 I don't think it's a good idea.
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Agreed on the maturity level. Just basing the way I drove in high school compared to age 21 I don't think it's a good idea.
exactly what I was thinking too.
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Geez, I'm shocked about the participants.

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I can't believe it....
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i completely agree with college students carrying. I do not think high school kids have mature enough to be trusted with a handgun - obviously taking into account they would be able to purchase one.
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agreed on the maturity level. Just basing the way i drove in high school compared to age 21 i don't think it's a good idea.
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Geez, I'm shocked about the participants.

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boy , who would have known
I was thinking it would be a toss up with all the white kids downtown gangs.
fucking douchbags! Im sure the next thing im gonna here is it's because they're impoverished or whatever. Right .... because their parents didn't make bad decisions to get them there........
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the real loss here was a good kid , trying to good things in a shit neighborhood.
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I guarantee those were stolen just like the guns they use. They would want me to unload on them with a 2x4. They are the most violent people.

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I completely agree with college students carrying. I do not think high school kids have mature enough to be trusted with a handgun - obviously taking into account they would be able to purchase one.
I carried a P-38 9mm that my grand dad gave me in my book bag all through high school. He told me that I had to. I also kept a shot gun in my truck once I started driving to school. Never had a problem or tried to start one.
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A prime example of why weapons bans do not work is that honor student killed in chicago by animals with a 2x6 board. I did not hear people blaming the incident on the board (yet...) like they would normally do if a firearm was used. Weapons are not the problem. The filth loose in society is.
Excellent post.

Sad that the bleeding heart lib's can't/won't see it that way.


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