I Support the Second Amendment, but… : T. Rex Arms

What do you think of his explanation?

 

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12 thoughts on “I Support the Second Amendment, but… : T. Rex Arms

  1. Anonymous

    I think that to the casual observer, we as Americans are never in any real danger that would necessitate owning a military grade weapon. Historically that has not been the case, but if it isn’t mentioned in the latest real housewives of Kardashian episode, it isn’t relevant. I think t.rex arms is a great company and they make a really great argument with this video. I would be interested in hearing someone’s argument on why they disagree. -Steve

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      What about the Indians? If the Indians had the same weaponry then, possibly they wouldn’t have been overthrown.

      I know this is a what if, but I think it’s a relevant point.

      Thanks for reading watching and responding. I look forward to continuing this conversation.

  2. Anonymous

    I think weapons only get you so far. If the Native Americans had the tactical proficiency level, a supply system and the will to fight that were commensurate with settlers, we might not be here right now. Everyone has a puncher’s chance in a fist fight. However, my money will always be on the combatant with the highest level of training and experience. -steve

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      That’s a good counter Steve. Then again, we woulda probably been better off imposing weapon control on the Indians then.

      They are our greatest adversary ever and for that reason alone they should be respected.

  3. People were given the right to protect themselves with guns, it is in the Constitution, so the gun control bull is absolute bogus and against the Constitution. That guys explanation is quite interesting. I like how he discussed what was going on when the 2nd amendment was written, showing their reasons. I think I agree with him – the power was given to the people.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Exactly Rue, and they fool the masses into giving up their right for perceived false safety.

      Don’t take this the wrong way….but look at Australia, how safe is Australia since they banned almost all firearms back in the 1990s?

      1. They say that having a gun causes crime and violence, when it actually prevents it.
        I actually did not know that they banned almost all firearms back in the ’90s. Have to go research that.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          All of the politicians and talking heads here in America always say “look at Australia” they peddle this message of safety when in fact the black market for guns in Australia is booming and people are still getting murdered everyday there

              1. According to a film Ray Martin did in which he looked at the massacre closely, there was no fingerprints, or anything taken from the scene of the crime – meaning no evidence that Martin Bryant was guilty. He was told by his lawyer or something that there was no realistic way he could get out of it, so was told to plead guilty.

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