Why Don’t We Just Make Guns Less Scary-Looking?

So Obama has made a bunch of new gun control proposals which, if successful, means the next time someone shoots up a school, we’ll also be able to also get him on illegal possession of a high capacity magazine. Which accomplishes…

Well, let’s stop pretending any of this accomplishing anything. I find the gun-dumb use a lot of terms they think mean something like “assault weapon” or “high-powered weapon” when all it really means to them is “a gun that looks really scary.” Maybe we should just compromise and make much less scary-looking weapons with like goofy googily eyes on them and butterflies painted on the sides and give them names like “The Hugger” and “Happy Fun Bunny”. How much better they’ll all sleep at night knowing that at the next mass shooting people will only be killed with non-scary looking guns.

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  1. The Happy Fun Bunny is a lightweight, air-cooled, gas-operated, magazine-fed rifle designed for either automatic or semi-automatic fire through use of a selector lever. It has an effective range of 800 meters for an area target.

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  2. Blarg is onto something…. the wife said she would love a barbie-pink hand gun.

    Or a deep red diamond flake like on the speed boats.

    I personally wouldn’t mind a deep mahogany wood grain. And in plastic I wouldn’t have to care for it like it was wood. I’m lazy with certain things.

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  3. Let us not forget that this is also an assault on private property rights. Already we have private land being taken by immanent domain, there are those pushing to make it illegal for you to resell that video game you bought and hated to a private seller, same with old text books and God help you if you try selling a used CD or DVD. Now they want to regulate your selling of your personal firearms. Make no mistake the move against the 2nd Amendment is also a move against every amendment in the Bill of Rights.

    Paranoid rant over, now get back to the funny.

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  4. I like the one I carry when I take my little dog for a walk, but I suppose it will be banned next.

    Its nonlethal.

    It works well.

    Its an ammonia-filled power squirt gun. It repels animals and people that I shoot it at.

    On the other hand, at home I keep a number of other choices that will reach to the proerty line (I have an acreage), and for personal protection a sawed-off double-12, in case I have to shoot in the dark.

    No one has ever asked me to demonstrate it.

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  5. If anyone is interested, Charter Arms sells colored guns, including that god-awful pink. (Why do people assume women want pink?) Anyway, they are anodized aluminum frames. Mine is lavender. They also have striped ones. That shouldn’t scare anybody.

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  6. Charter Arms sells colored guns.

    Erm….in the event that the above is not racist…(“colored guns”? Didn’t they stop referring to them as “colored” back in the 60s?)…I’d like to have Charter do a run in Black Watch plaid to match my kilt and trews. It’d be the talk of the St. Patrick’s parties.

    Perhaps a series of weapons done up in the owner’s university colors? The blue and gold of Notre Dame. Harvard crimson.

    If they do Hello-Kitty, perhaps something in Papa Smurf? The Betty Boop Desert Eagle?

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