You are more likely to die getting punched in the face than you are to be murdered with an assault rifle — The Isaiah 53:5 Project


Obviously we need to ban fists and hammers. According to the FBI there were a total of 625 murders committed with rifles and shotguns in 2012. That breaks down to 322 murders that were rifle related and 303 that were shotgun related. The total number of deaths committed with fists, hammers, and other blunt objects […]

via You are more likely to die getting punched in the face than you are to be murdered with an assault rifle — The Isaiah 53:5 Project

Guns that allow the shooter to repeatedly fire a lot of bullets don’t need to be rifles.  I know lots of people who can unload a handgun quickly, load again and be dangerous a few seconds later.  Pretty sure 9/11 did,’t involve guns.  Same for the USS Cole.  Hundreds of terrorist bombing, too. So-called ‘assault weapons’ are not the issue.  Dangerous people are the problem. — Dave

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5 Responses to You are more likely to die getting punched in the face than you are to be murdered with an assault rifle — The Isaiah 53:5 Project

  1. Jeanette Victoria says:

    Well clearly we must make all fists illegal

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  2. wjjhoge says:

    Dangerous people are the problem, and people who are even more dangerous to terrorists are the solution.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. crawford421 says:

    First time I took out my NAA Mini, I was able to fire it — with reasonable accuracy — faster than some people were firing their semi-automatics. That’s despite it being a single-acton revolver, and being too small to get a comfortable grip on.

    Reloading it, now… That’s a ten-minute operation.

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  4. wjjhoge says:

    The NAA revolvers are fun little plinkers. I enjoy breaking Necco wafers with CB caps.

    Like

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