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How many guns do you need?

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Mathematician have discovered an algebraic equation that will definitively show how many guns you actually need. The equation is X+1 where X represents the number of guns you currently own.

See, math does have a use.
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Deputydave wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:19 am
Mathematician have discovered an algebraic equation that will definitively show how many guns you actually need. The equation is X+1 where X represents the number of guns you currently own.

See, math does have a use.
It's funny. I've developed a pat answer to those antis that constantly ask me, "Why do you need (all those) guns..." My reply being, "Why do some women need 100 pairs of Manolos? Or. why do some guys need 20 different automobiles?" It's not really a matter of *need* in any case. We *want* them... because we *like* them. And in all these cases, we have the right to acquire them.

At this point (and, based on what I can afford), I'd want a couple of items in each different class of weapon I'd like to master (i.e. learn how to shoot well), plus what completes my HD/SD/EDC plan. So, maybe a couple of different shotties (well more than a couple in this case since they're in my HD/SD plan), a couple of long distance sniper rifles (eg. Bravo-51/KATE II class), something in the .50bmg class (Barret M82A1), a couple of full autos (MAC-10 + (if I could ever afford one) a Thompson with drum mags), a couple in the AR platform, a decent 1911 .45acp (A Dan Wesson - I think Wilson Combat is a bit too pricey) and then whatever pistols I i want to complete the HD/SD plan. I'll probably stay with 9mm, .45acp and .556 for calibers. Maybe a .22 here and there for training others. Maybe Lapua .308 for the Bravo-51.

It's not a matter of "need." It's a matter of "right." As in, the "Right" to keep and bear. Just like the right of those ladies to "keep and wear" those Manolos!
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"but manolos aren't made to kill!!!!!!!!!!!" and then you tune out.

That's always the fallback point I say when you compare it to anything else that isn't even a right.
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Skoll wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:19 am
"but manolos aren't made to kill!!!!!!!!!!!" and then you tune out.

That's always the fallback point I say when you compare it to anything else that isn't even a right.
"Are you kidding? Do you not think I could put one of those pump heels into someone's temple if I did it right and with enough force? Or cut someone's carotid/jugular?"

Point being, anything can be used as a deadly weapon if used incorrectly and with evil intent.

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FfNJGTFO wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:25 am
Skoll wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:19 am
"but manolos aren't made to kill!!!!!!!!!!!" and then you tune out.

That's always the fallback point I say when you compare it to anything else that isn't even a right.
"Are you kidding? Do you not think I could put one of those pump heels into someone's temple if I did it right and with enough force? Or cut someone's carotid/jugular?"

Point being, anything can be used as a deadly weapon if used incorrectly and with evil intent.
Oh yeah, but try explaining that to some shitlib that can't think for themselves and has probably never even been in a fist fight. It's like it doesn't compute.
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man you guys really gheyed up this thread as soon as you started talking about manolos :mrgreen:

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I don't fully know what a manolo is if that helps.
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Skoll wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:41 am
I don't fully know what a manolo is if that helps.
it not a mans work boot, so I doubt your boyfriend wears them to bed :mrgreen:

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Skoll wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:41 am
I don't fully know what a manolo is if that helps.
Manolo Blahnik.....

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rentprop1 wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:44 am
Skoll wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:41 am
I don't fully know what a manolo is if that helps.
it not a mans work boot, so I doubt your boyfriend wears them to bed :mrgreen:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCK00zNXLhc

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