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shrooma

how many of you own a gun?

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shrooma

as a brit, where guns are illegal, I was just wondering how many people here own a gun?

and please bear in mind I aren't trying to be judgemental in any way, I know how america feels about guns, i'm just interested in knowing how many people actually own one.

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spartan max2

you could make this a poll if you want.

And i own two :tu: and im 19

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shrooma

I don't know how to make a poll spartan, but if you do, then be my guest!

and thanks for answering btw!

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Ealdwita

I own 4 (all shotguns). A Purdey 30.5" 12 bore, two Webleys - a 12bore and a 410, and a Browning 20 bore (for Mrs.E & daughters). One of the perks of being one of the Landed Gentry!

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Odd Requiem

I own a small collection.

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shrooma

i've fired guns ealdwita, both here & in the states, and had my kidney shot out by a webley bolt-action rifle, so I kinda know both sides to the story, so to speak!

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iNvRG

Don't own one but I'm pro guns

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shrooma

I own a small collection.

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do you use them regularly req?

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Dark_Grey

Canada here. Applying for my gun license shortly with a plan to own 2

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and then

12 gauge shotgun and a .45/.410 derringer. I practice regularly and used to compete with AR-15's. I love shooting sports :)

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shrooma

Don't own one but I'm pro guns

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that's what kinda got me thinking iNV, I was reading the other thread, about the 6th amendment, and it was clear how all you guys felt about the issue, and I just wondered how many OWNED one, or were just like yourself, non-owner, but pro-gun.

but I think it was more of a civil liberties deal with you lot than anything else.

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shrooma

I love shooting sports :)

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I shot an M1911 when I was in the states, and there is something incredibly seductive about guns. just holding one makes you wanna shoot something!

or do I need help??

:-)

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Odd Requiem

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do you use them regularly req?

I do. I live out in the country and own a few acres of wild terrain. I have my own makeshift target range set up and head there at least once a week. Late summer, the area becomes infested with rockchucks...alas, live targets in abundance.

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spartan max2

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I shot an M1911 when I was in the states, and there is something incredibly seductive about guns. just holding one makes you wanna shoot something!

or do I need help??

:-)

You just reminded me of an interesting kinda funny fact i learned a few weeks ago.

When people shoot guns it relases the hormone oxytocin(the bonding/love chemical) in our brain. So in theory people might actually get attacted to their guns when they fire them lol

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shrooma

I think I would too req!

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shrooma

I can understand that spartan!!

when I was younger, I joined the T.A. (kinda like your reserves) JUST so I could shoot their rifles!

(didn't last long, i'm not a lover of authority figures and got kicked out, but the shooting was awesome!)

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Thanato

Just purchased a Swedish Mauser, have yet to fire it. I'm Canadian.

~Thanato

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shrooma

handgun, or rifle than?

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Hawkin

16 ga. bolt action, 20 ga. pump, 22 semi auto, 357 mag and a pellet gun if you want to include that.

Used to hunt rabbits,squirrels and quail but since outfitters came in and bought land I hunted on

years back I no longer can hunt there. My guns mostly just set on the gun rack collecting dust.

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J. K.

and from the other side ...

My grandfather and his two brothers all committed suicide. And I've struggled with chronic depression most of my life.

It would not be a good decision for me to have one.

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mike72

3, all shotguns.

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shrooma

and from the other side ...

My grandfather and his two brothers all committed suicide. And I've struggled with chronic depression most of my life.

It would not be a good decision for me to have one.

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sorry to hear that J.K.

you must be the only person in texas who doesn't own one, but being safe is always better than being sorry I guess.....

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MiskatonicGrad

I own one a BAD-A**(just kidding) .17cal hr savage. hope to safe up enough to get a Sig 9mm and my concealed carry. I like to do alot of back country hiking and the added protection for my family.

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shrooma
Used to hunt rabbits,squirrels and quail but since outfitters came in and bought land I hunted on

years back I no longer can hunt there. My guns mostly just set on the gun rack collecting dust.

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do you miss it then hawkin?

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shrooma

I like to do alot of back country hiking and the added protection for my family.

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protection from animals when you're hiking misk, or from people when you're at home? or both?

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