Can we talk about gun ownership?

Hunting, I think that's totally fine. Open-carry, I personally don't agree to that. Too dangerous to fly, too dangerous to own a gun. I can agree to the second amendment, but within reason. We should all agree that some guns are too deadly for public use. Giving a civilian access to armaments that rival police is a slippery slope.

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  • Cory Kenoyer
    commented 2016-11-11 18:58:51 -0800
    Perfect idea Andrew. Actually that works out very well for me. I have a couple friends in Switzerland who I bounced the idea off of and they say that their system has left them feeling safer. Those who own guns are extensively trained to use them, purposefully for the protection of their country.
  • Andrew Stephenson
    commented 2016-11-11 18:10:15 -0800
    I can see Cascadia following the path of Switzerland: a very low military budget and worldwide presence, but for those desiring relaxed restrictions for owning a gun, you need to have served 2 years in military training as a on-call member of the Cascadian military. Hunting rights – sure, but need to have insurance, license and training for 5 year renewal increments. No open carry – no need for that, unless its a Clint Eastwood Western movie.
  • Cory Kenoyer
    published this page in Your ideas 2016-11-11 15:44:34 -0800
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