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    The Law Makers

    The law makers should come to a game fair like the Scottish Game Fair at Scone for instance.
    Like minded people wandering around with their dogs, shotgun on one shoulder and bag with cartridges on the other. Wandering into tents selling all sorts of knives up to the size of your leg. No one gets robbed, stabbed, mugged(unless you bought a burger) and at the end of the day they take their wives, partners and childred home happy.
    Does this say something to the people who make the laws regarding guns and knives owned by responsible people ?

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    Sounds like a good idea K333ROE, but unlikely to happen cos all the leftie, feminised, scared-of-their-own-shadow pressure groups who dominate their constituency meetings would crucify them for hanging out with "gun freaks".
    And yes, it does say something about the people who make laws regarding guns and/or knives, it says that they haven't a feckin clue what they're doing and they know nothing about the subject on which they legislate.
    Just like the situation that pertains with regards to the economy, health service, defence, immigration, foreign policy etc etc

    There are some commendable exceptions of course, an honourable handful of MP's from the big two are supporters of field or country pursuits, but they are drowned out by the urban majority.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K333ROE View Post
    The law makers should come to a game fair like the Scottish Game Fair at Scone for instance.
    Like minded people wandering around with their dogs, shotgun on one shoulder and bag with cartridges on the other. Wandering into tents selling all sorts of knives up to the size of your leg. No one gets robbed, stabbed, mugged(unless you bought a burger) and at the end of the day they take their wives, partners and childred home happy.
    Does this say something to the people who make the laws regarding guns and knives owned by responsible people ?
    Yes it does say something to them. In their mind it goes something like this. "Bloody hell, I never realised so many people had them. That can't be right. Oh my god, they're even letting their kids near them. That's wrong. They're corrupting the little children. We must do something about this."
    We haven't been a military nation since the end of WWII. The vast majority of people never see a gun unless it's in a film or on the news. 30 or 40 years ago almost every adult male would have done national service in the not too distant past so the vast majority of people were at least familiar with firearms. All through the 1970s many adults still of working age would have been war veterans. Not so now.
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