Colorado Shooting

Discussion in 'Second Amendment & Legal' started by Glock897, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. Glock897

    Glock897 Member


  2. singyourdeathsong

    singyourdeathsong New Member

    Amen! I've been arguing with these anti gun clowns all day about this incident!
  3. Gun_Aficionado

    Gun_Aficionado King of my Castle until my wife comes home Lifetime Supporting Member

    Great post! They are stating he was by emergency exit when he started shooting at front of theater, so if a CCW holder was there that would have had a gun with him, he / they could have shot at him and at least been able to draw his fire and maybe many less would have been killed or wounded....
  4. jcrobert1983

    jcrobert1983 New Member

    I feel the same way. Even if he was wearing a vest someone could have shot him in the head. But instead of hearing about the need for armed citizens the politicians will just focus on tighter gun laws. And oh yeah the shooter was carrying two Glock pistols I'm surprised the politicians haven't pointed that out. But I hear the dude was decked out in full tactical gear. He was probably doing more damage with his AR than anything else. What an idiot. Just terrible to do something like that
  5. Rusty

    Rusty ***** Junkie Supporter

    Have they said if his headgear was protective too? They said even his crotch and neck were protected. It seems like he was expecting a firefight. Too bad someone didn't blow him away.
  6. dosmiguel

    dosmiguel New Member

    I heard he had on a gas mask and was using tear gas. I don't know if it's true or not. Can anyone confirm?
  7. glocknloaded

    glocknloaded Click Click Boom Supporter

    Yes that's true. Also had a AR with a 100 rnd drum a Remington 870 and two Glocks chambered in .40 not sure which model all this is according to the media..
  8. dosmiguel

    dosmiguel New Member

    Someone could have taken that guy out since it was a gas mask. Senseless!
  9. iGlock

    iGlock Lead Farmer

    Im going to post that on facebook
  10. Redneckcmb

    Redneckcmb Chris Supporter

    Watching o'reilly factor now . and as you can believe the media is beginning to blame it on guns. And gun control . this guy was a f'n nut . If u want to blame some one blame the murder that thought this out thoroughly.
    More gun control won't stop these people more of us law abiding citizens with guns can and will stop these people . they will always find a way to get a gun. if not a gun they will make a bomb. violence will not stop unless people stand up to it.
  11. Danzig

    Danzig I do hood rat sh%t! Supporter

    I agree. A psycho that is this determined can come up with alternate means to commit heinous acts. He could've used Molotov cocktails and killed as many or more. Would the hacks demand gasoline be banned?
  12. kpayne

    kpayne New Member

    If there were more guns or more citizens how carried guns this **** wouldn't happen
  13. jcrobert1983

    jcrobert1983 New Member

    An armed society is a polite society
  14. icepick

    icepick New Member

    Can't recall of a shooting at gun show. Where lot of guns & gun nuts are.
  15. UKWildcatfan

    UKWildcatfan New Member

    Come to think of it, I can't either. Very good point
  16. Grabber GT

    Grabber GT New Member

    So, since the other guy had a ball bat are they going to outlaw those? And i suppose they should take cars away because they cause death the same way. Just sayin.
  17. Grabber GT

    Grabber GT New Member

    Larry the cable guy says "Blaming guns is like blaming pencils for spelling words wrong". Wake up people!
  18. vidtech

    vidtech New Member

    I so agree. There is a old saying "Guns don't kill people. People kill people." Tougher gun laws aren't the answer. What we have sure hasn't worked. If we need have to have gun laws make them work. It's a joke " Are you a whack job? No
    Here's your gun. 14 dead and climbing. Our laws only keep the honest more honest.
  19. klf

    klf New Member

    My morning facebook post

    Madness can never be outlawed. The world we live in is rank with violence and madness. It is a natural part of our human makeup and it will always be with us. However one reasonably prepared individual can stop madness from continuing with a well placed shot. A lesson could be taken from the Israelis. After years of suffering from the madness of terrorism the citizenry there take responsibility for their own safety. This in no way prevents acts of madness. However it most certainly limits its extent. Now it is time to shoot back. Those who prefer to be protected by a society who hires and parses out its protectors will not agree. Those who feel it is their personal responsibility to protect themselves and their loved ones will. My condolences to all who suffered in this needless act of madness.