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no i think that the second ammendment would be a bit to old
that was part of the bill of rights!
the constitution is what your country was founded on, arent they the same thing
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Well, I think it's way too draconian over in UKLand where it's gotton to the point that you need a licence to own a water pistol.

However, over here in the US it's arguably a bit too easy. OK, it varies by state but I'm a Brit (not even a US citizen) living in FL and about 4 months ago, I kid you not, I bought an AK47 at a local gun show which I now keep under my bed. A "cash and carry" sale - $400 - No questions! No ID!

Only in America!
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Well, I think it's way too draconian over in UKLand where it's gotton to the point that you need a licence to own a water pistol.

However, over here in the US it's arguably a bit too easy. OK, it varies by state but I'm a Brit (not even a US citizen) living in FL and about 4 months ago, I kid you not, I bought an AK47 at a local gun show which I now keep under my bed. A "cash and carry" sale - $400 - No questions! No ID!

Only in America!
O_o

Wow, a "used" one or a new one?
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