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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev. Hellh0und View Post
    WTF does any of this have to do with a "well regulated militia"?


    Do you even know what "well regulated" means?
    Well gun owners use that phrase in terms of gun rights all the time.

    Now do you have anything else to add?

    The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office has identified the three people found dead from gunshot wounds in north Tulsa on Easter Sunday.TCSO spokeswoman Casey Roebuck said Eric Widger Sr., 45, fatally shot his wife, 42-year-old Melisa Widger, and their 20-year-old special needs daughter, Nichol "Nikki" Widger, at his home in the 6100 block of North Frankfort Avenue on Sunday night. The couple's 18-year-old son was shot twice but survived. Eric Widger reportedly called a family member and admitted to shooting his family. He also said he intended to take his own life.

    Man killed his wife and special needs daughter in murder-suicide on Easter, Tulsa County Sheriff's Office says | Crimewatch | tulsaworld.com

    HARRIS COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -HCSO says deputies found Anderson in a truck in a wooded area and he appeared to be asleep or passed out. The victim, Stacey Keith Carr, 25 of Panola County, was found to be several feet away and HCSO says he appeared to have gunshot wounds to his body and appeared to be lifeless. EMTs were unable to find a pulse or heartbeat. He was pronounced dead at the scene by Judge Meghan Pinson. Harrison County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim and alleged shooter in a fatal shooting at a Marshall ATV park.

    Harrison County Sheriff's Office identifies suspected shooter in - KLTV.com - Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville |ETX News

    ALLENVILLE, Mo. (AP) _ Authorities in southeastern Missouri say a 66-year-old man shot his 42-year-old son to death during an argument.

    The Cape Girardeau Sheriff’s Office tells television station KFVS that Raymond Holweg, of Allenville, called dispatchers late Friday afternoon to report he had shot his son with a shotgun. Holweg was arrested and is charged with second-degree murder. He’s being held on $1 million bail.

    Police: Father kills grown son in southeastern Missouri | FOX2now.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryPorter View Post
    They're the stories no one hears about.
    Are you f-ing kidding? Defensive use of firearms by law abiding citizens, saving the lives of innocent people, those are the stories you never hear about. Criminal use of firearms makes the news all the time, except perhaps the most common daily sort of thug on thug shooting.
    Here's some good-guy-with-a-gun stories for your edification, because you'd never hear of them otherwise.
    https://www.concealedcarry.com/justi...e-compilation/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otto Throttle View Post
    Are you f-ing kidding? Defensive use of firearms by law abiding citizens, saving the lives of innocent people, those are the stories you never hear about. Criminal use of firearms makes the news all the time, except perhaps the most common daily sort of thug on thug shooting.
    Here's some good-guy-with-a-gun stories for your edification, because you'd never hear of them otherwise.
    https://www.concealedcarry.com/justi...e-compilation/
    LOL - what about 20 stories?

    I have so much more than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otto Throttle View Post
    Are you f-ing kidding? Defensive use of firearms by law abiding citizens, saving the lives of innocent people, those are the stories you never hear about. Criminal use of firearms makes the news all the time, except perhaps the most common daily sort of thug on thug shooting.
    Here's some good-guy-with-a-gun stories for your edification, because you'd never hear of them otherwise.
    https://www.concealedcarry.com/justi...e-compilation/
    You don't hear much about it because it rarely happens, compared to accidental and murderous types of shootings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    LOL - what about 20 stories?

    I have so much more than that.
    And so do I...
    https://www.americanrifleman.org/the-armed-citizen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otto Throttle View Post
    LOL - again a fraction compared to people shooting and killing/injuring others.

    But I get it, you don't want to talk about that. In fact you have not made on comment that is one the actual subject.

    The teen swiped a beer from the store without paying and walked out, according to police records obtained by WREG. That’s when the clerk on duty, 28-year-old Anwar Ghazali, pulled out a gun from his right side, according to police.Ghazali exited the store and chased after Harris before firing several shots at the teen, who was still walking away, according to police. Police say Ghazali walked back to the store and told a witness ‘I think I shot him.” He never called 911. Two days later, on March 31, Memphis resident Sarah Patton found the Harris’ body lying next to her home and called police, reported the Commercial Appeal. The body had a gunshot wound on the thigh, police said.

    Teen Dorian Harris shot, killed by clerk after shoplifting beer, Memphis police say | Charlotte Observer

    The family of a 7-year-old boy who was killed on Saturday believe his younger brother accidentally shot him when he found a gun — while looking for candy. The boy, Jermon Perry, was shot in the head at his duplex in the 3100 block of California Avenue about 2:15 p.m. Saturday, and died at a hospital.

    Family believes St. Louis boy was looking for candy when he found a gun ? and killed his brother, 7 | Law and order | stltoday.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    LOL - again a fraction compared to people shooting and killing/injuring others.

    But I get it, you don't want to talk about that. In fact you have not made on comment that is one the actual subject.

    The teen swiped a beer from the store without paying and walked out, according to police records obtained by WREG. That’s when the clerk on duty, 28-year-old Anwar Ghazali, pulled out a gun from his right side, according to police.Ghazali exited the store and chased after Harris before firing several shots at the teen, who was still walking away, according to police. Police say Ghazali walked back to the store and told a witness ‘I think I shot him.” He never called 911. Two days later, on March 31, Memphis resident Sarah Patton found the Harris’ body lying next to her home and called police, reported the Commercial Appeal. The body had a gunshot wound on the thigh, police said.

    Teen Dorian Harris shot, killed by clerk after shoplifting beer, Memphis police say | Charlotte Observer

    The family of a 7-year-old boy who was killed on Saturday believe his younger brother accidentally shot him when he found a gun — while looking for candy. The boy, Jermon Perry, was shot in the head at his duplex in the 3100 block of California Avenue about 2:15 p.m. Saturday, and died at a hospital.

    Family believes St. Louis boy was looking for candy when he found a gun ? and killed his brother, 7 | Law and order | stltoday.com
    Anwar Ghazali was apparently not aware of the threshold under TN law for the use of deadly force. He's in jail now, and that's as it should be. Perhaps he'll get the death penalty?

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    As for the 7 year old who accessed a gun and shot his brother, again a criminal act by the owner of the gun lead to that tragedy. The adult who failed to prevent it is guilty of a felony.
    39-17-1320

    (b) It is an offense for a parent or guardian intentionally, knowingly or recklessly to provide a handgun to a juvenile or permit a juvenile to possess a handgun, if the parent or guardian knows of a substantial risk that the juvenile will use a handgun to commit a felony.

    (c) Unlawfully providing or permitting a juvenile to possess a handgun in violation of subsection (a) is a Class A misdemeanor and in violation of subsection (b) is a Class D felony.
    https://law.justia.com/codes/tenness...-13/39-17-1320

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slartibartfast View Post
    There are no well regulated militias in America, or even poorly regulated ones. Just citizens killing one another.


    What does "well regulated" mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HayJenn View Post
    Well gun owners use that phrase in terms of gun rights all the time.

    Now do you have anything else to add?

    The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office has identified the three people found dead from gunshot wounds in north Tulsa on Easter Sunday.TCSO spokeswoman Casey Roebuck said Eric Widger Sr., 45, fatally shot his wife, 42-year-old Melisa Widger, and their 20-year-old special needs daughter, Nichol "Nikki" Widger, at his home in the 6100 block of North Frankfort Avenue on Sunday night. The couple's 18-year-old son was shot twice but survived. Eric Widger reportedly called a family member and admitted to shooting his family. He also said he intended to take his own life.

    Man killed his wife and special needs daughter in murder-suicide on Easter, Tulsa County Sheriff's Office says | Crimewatch | tulsaworld.com

    HARRIS COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -HCSO says deputies found Anderson in a truck in a wooded area and he appeared to be asleep or passed out. The victim, Stacey Keith Carr, 25 of Panola County, was found to be several feet away and HCSO says he appeared to have gunshot wounds to his body and appeared to be lifeless. EMTs were unable to find a pulse or heartbeat. He was pronounced dead at the scene by Judge Meghan Pinson. Harrison County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim and alleged shooter in a fatal shooting at a Marshall ATV park.

    Harrison County Sheriff's Office identifies suspected shooter in - KLTV.com - Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville |ETX News

    ALLENVILLE, Mo. (AP) _ Authorities in southeastern Missouri say a 66-year-old man shot his 42-year-old son to death during an argument.

    The Cape Girardeau Sheriff’s Office tells television station KFVS that Raymond Holweg, of Allenville, called dispatchers late Friday afternoon to report he had shot his son with a shotgun. Holweg was arrested and is charged with second-degree murder. He’s being held on $1 million bail.

    Police: Father kills grown son in southeastern Missouri | FOX2now.com

    So you are ignorant as to what "Well regulated militia" is.


    What's the "Serious topic to discuss"?


    It seem like you are just listing shootings from any time in history for some reason.


    What is your point?

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