Keith I Myers – 2015-08-14 08:59:25-0400 – Updated: 2015-08-14 08:59:25-0400So, let me see if I understand this correctly to see if my logic and reasoning skills are still functioning normally. If you are convicted of one of several types of violent crimes, you are not allowed to carry or purchase a firearm. However in most states (48 out of 50), you are allowed to legally purchase a Military Grade FLAMETHROWER!
If a person wants to go on a shooting spree, a gun is nowhere near as efficient as a flamethrower which could mow down a crowd of people down in seconds. Those lucky enough not to be killed immediately will need to live the rest of their lives with disfiguring scars, assuming they don’t die of infection. Unlike a Gun, a Flamethrower user does not need a whole lot of skill to aim the thing, as long as you point the right end in the genera area you want to destroy, you will pretty much succeed.
I actually support the right to bare arms as written in our constitution. There are a few uses for guns such as protection and sportsmanship that are safe as long as you have the proper training. Granted there are those who use them for crime but the same goes for cars, knives and alcohol. I cannot think of a non-criminal use for a Flamethrower. Even for sport, it would likely cause massive wilderness fires and destroy all wildlife in its path.
Flamethrowers, given up by military, are now being sold to the public
Shared with: Public, Keith I Myers, Michael Moyer+1’d by: Joseph Cappellino, Chris Pugrud, Vilmar Simson, Nikhil MMichael Moyer – 2015-08-14 09:14:12-0400Snow melter? Keith I Myers – 2015-08-14 09:20:08-0400+john edwards – I am sure that the backpack can be made to look like a laptop bag if the person is determined but you are correct.