• "The second amendment should really only
apply to weapons around when it was
written, it's different with these modern
more deadly guns"
Me, looking up from pouring a box of razor
blades down the muzzle of my blunderbuss:
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    • I mean the second amendment states that citizens have the right to use weapons of war so
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    • Ma load the canon we gotta trespasser
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    • It’s hard to imagine they didn’t think that guns would advance past their imagination
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    • Can you own a modern recreated blunderbuss?
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    • When it was written citizens were allowed to own ships with cannons and later got permits to serve w them in the war of 1812
      DrChef 26 jun
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    • Me firing my chambers machine gun and firing 200 bullets with a single trigger pull
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    • Okay. We use 15mm lead ball then club them with a 10 lbs. 58.5 inch steel and solid oak club before stabbing with a triangle bayonet. I'm game
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    • If the Bill of Rights only applies to when it's written then women cant vote
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    • Chains in a cannon are dummy dangerous
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    • Bdub77 26 jun
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      blue_too 26 jun
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    • If criminals and the government have access to it I should too to defend myself from them. This is not debatable.
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    • Imagine thinking we need to take it easy on our tyrannical government which has been overstepping citizens rights since 1914
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    • Levi_USMC 26 jun
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    • The casualty rate of musket wars were only so high because the lead ball ammo they used would cause infections they couldn't treat in time. But now it's way diffrent with copper coated rounds*
      xXVOX8 24 jun
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    • "Oh boy, I sure hope gay black women get to vote" -said nobody while writing the Constitution
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    • I love how the gun control argument has shifted towards the perspective of hunting. "You don't need xyz for hunting animals". It's not for animals, it's for home invaders and/or tyrants. If your leg gets cut off from my bear trap, I'll first ask why you're in my yard
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    • The point of the second amendment is that the citizens can have access to the same weapons as the military so the government cannot become too oppressive.
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      Milk_Gang 26 jun
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    • Shall not be infringed
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    • A "Well Regulated" American Militia is the entire population free to possess arms in order to secure the liberty of the place in which they live, in their own homes, in their communities across each State and ultimately encompassing the entire nation.
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    • I’ve always adopted the thought that if you apply that logic to the 2nd amendment it entails the the founding fathers didn’t anticipate more deadly weapons and the dangers of them, so you would then have to take away the first amendment, because they didn’t plan for the internet or mainstream media
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    • Ok let me purchase a fully functional battleship. That was allowed
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    • Then your press should be limited to quill and scroll.
      CRS6132 26 jun
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    • Does that mean I can legally own battleships, cannons and battling guns?
      G33TZ 26 jun
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    • All gun laws are unconstitutional. I don't need a permit to voice my opinions or to protest tyranny. I shouldn't need a permit to fight it when the 1st amendment doesn't work.
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    • The point of the amendment is to ensure that citizens are well armed enough to start a revolution, not to own modern guns. It just happens that you need modern guns to start a revolution. If you can overthrow the gov with muskets, then the amendment refers to muskets. But you can't, so it doesn't
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    • If we can imagine guns that fire lasers and liquid plasma at supersonic speeds how can you feebly attempt to say they didn't know weapons would advance? There's sci-fi literature from the 1700s that dreamt of man exploring the cosmic Eather in boats fired into the sky like bolts from a crossbow.
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    • I don’t get peeps who say that. The whole point of the second amendment is so that if the government becomes tyrannical, we can overthrow those fuckers so pretty much any gun the military has, we should have the right to have. The fact the gov is starting to restrict gun access says something boys
      DoomDude 26 jun
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    • No the second amendment should mean that the citizens should be able to carry equal firepower so that way if the government ever went corrupt (which it did) we could revolt and restore the nation. Unfortunately, the government is already there
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    • We must protect our great second amendment!
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    • Imagine thinking the founding fathers didn’t know about the puckle gun
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    • This is illegal but gutair strings in a shotguns shell do some helle damage they cut through all meat and wrap around bone
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    • Yes, but back in the day citizens only had to defend themselves from those same weapons. Whatever I’m defending myself from I should have the right to own the same thing
      dndxvjid 26 jun
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    • I would go on my rant about guns laws are an infringement. But none of you would listen
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    • No. It was meant that the citizenry wouldn't be outgunned by the government.
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    • Then free speech should only pertain to white land owning men and the internet isn't protected either right?
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    • Revelutionary muskets being 50 cal smooth bore with soft lead shot yeah I'd rather get shot by an A.R. 15
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    • "When the government fears the people, there is Liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny." Weapons are a constitutional right.
      UhhOhh 27 jun
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    • People always talk about the Second Ammendment but never the First, im pretty big ole Benny didn't think we would have the internet
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    • I’d rather be shot by an AR than have a musket ball stuck in my organs
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    • Wanna come take my ar15 from me?
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    • What if you load a blunderbuss with bullets
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    • People act like no one invented or innovated back in 1776. Like give me a break, of course they know weapons would get bigger and better, it had already been happening for centuries
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    • I wanna get a blunderbuss and load it with orbeez
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    • Someone just start dropping nukes, we need a reset
      DoverBend 26 jun
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    • If we didn’t have the right to military grade weapons we would be authoritarian by now
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    • So I guess that means that you want to put the people at a disadvantage against their government who only has power because it was given by the people so if they do turn on us we have no choice but the become mindless working drones?
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    • Weapons back then were more deadlier than modern weapons
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    • I mean after it was written the founding fathers allowed a citizen to own a navy ship with cannons so I think they would be fine with my AR
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    • Honestly we should switch back to old time guns just to show these dumb activists how you can cause so much more damage and have so much more fun
      _NICK 28 jun
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    • The whole point was to have it such that citizens could rebel against a tyrannical government, and therefore, it’s whatever guns the military use which the 2nd amendment refers to
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    • Why is there a floating hat?
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    • Then your first amendment doesn’t apply to the Internet
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    • Ok then where is my warship?
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    • If you spray paint a bolt hunting rifle the color of a army gun color it will be banned
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    • I went to a pawnshop yesterday and they had a 1941 Harpers Ferry...maybe I’ll just load it with ball bearings and used needles
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    • i feel like its misunderstood when people think that it is simply the right to own guns. the goal of the amendment is to allow the people to retaliate against a tyrannical government
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    • Liberals: "Why do you need guns? We have the police!" Also Liberals: "We demand the police be abolished!"
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    • I mean if they prefer to lose a limb from a musket vs surviving not my problem
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    • An a10 fired 1000s of depleted uranium rounds a minute and you're uncomfortable with tools less efficient for hurting others than my truck. We are already behind
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    • I want the avenger cannon from the a10 warthog made into a turret and placed on my roof
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    • So your freedom of speech only applies in the newspaper dipshit, nothing can be posted online, gg
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    • If thats the case get rid of the first amendment too. If we shouldnt be able to use a .22 we shouldnt be able to call people in other countries.
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    • I'm curious what a gun control advocate would be more afraid of: a 5.56 AR or .69 cal musket?
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    • The 2nd amendment is to ensure the people have the weapons necessary to fight the government when it becomes tyrannical.
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    • Anyone seriously advocating for any kind of government definitions or interpretations of the constitution and the bill of rights are retarded. The point of the bill of rights is government limitation why the fuck would you take the advice of the body being regulated? Conflict of interest much?
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    • Why is that guy missing a face?
      ProfMemes 27 jun
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    • They would have seen the awesome shit created by the military and thought “oh yea citizens GOTTA own one of those. Maybe 2!”
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    • That's like saying the 1st amendment doesn't apply to anywhere online or on TV
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    • The reason people argue about the second amendment is solely due to the fact that it says “form a well regulated militia” in it.
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    • All guns from that time are black powder and have no restrictions. I could order one off midway and have it shipped to my door
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    • A .50 muzzle loader with black powder is around 250 dollars. Tally ho, fed bois.
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    • The gun argument is stupid. They already had high capacity weapon. The weapons exist so we can fight the government. The laws protect us from the government. Do not let the government control the law that protects us from it.
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    • Times change rights dont all weapons the government can have we should have
      ObamasSon 26 jun
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    • Is everything spam now? Fuck man can’t type shit. Damn communist running this app
      2rawwww 26 jun
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    • Lets take away the modern firearms and gove everyone blunderbuss'. Only then will we see the real men shine
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    • When people think of the second amendment, everyone thinks of guns, however I for one believe we need more battle axes
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    • I own two black powder rifles, let me tell you a 50. Cal lead ball will do some fucking damage to a person and anything behind them for about 100 yards.
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    • Well then let me assemble my canons
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    • why did you post a reaction image without a person in it
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    • So should the first amendment only apply to written and newspaper free speech. Free Speech on the internet or social media should be prohibited. Also religions not in the country during that time should not be protected.
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    • Lol no more gun laws for a long time thanks to the protesters
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    • We had better guns than people think. There's more than just this one btw
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    • Muzzle? Can we say barrel or is that the actual term?
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    • I should be able to own any gun the US government can own
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    • That’s such a great idea! What better way to fend off humvees and shockwave riot tech. The government has f22s and u think I should have a bow and arrow mf. I pack
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    • I’ve just stopped caring about what political parties think I should be able to own. I’m going to own whatever I want and there’s nothing you can do about it. Any cop who tries to infringe on that is a cuck and a tyrant.
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    • All gun laws are an infringement
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    • Idea: a shotgun filled with screws and salt instead of shot.
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    • Anybody who thinks that is stupid.
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    • Modern day weapons for modern day threats
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    • I don't like how people look back on history and assume those people living in that time were stupid.
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