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Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15

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But Biden and Obama said they weren't good for home protection.


Rickety Cricket
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
Pssh, he only needs 6 bullets to do that.


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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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The teenager grabbed his father's assault rifle and knew what to do with it.


The article says he is the son of a deputy so this might not be wrong, but I'm guessing that the rifle was just a simple semi-automatic, not a select fire weapon capable of fully automatic fire.


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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
:inb4alinkshowingaaccidentalshooting

Que the idiots

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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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Pssh, he only needs 6 bullets to do that.


intimidation factor


media has painted the AR-15 as the end-all of guns....


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The 15-year-old boy and his 12-year-old sister had been home alone


CPS will come to take their kids now....


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12 y/o shoots trespasser in backyard.


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CPS will come to take their kids now....


Minors unsupervised in a home with unsecured firearms.


Rickety Cricket
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
Assault weapon in the house? Well I bet those kids were also fed a lot of food with trans fats. They need to be taken out of there ASAP for their own good.


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wickowick
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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but I'm guessing that the rifle was just a simple semi-automatic, not a select fire weapon capable of fully automatic fire.


Please educate me on how many fully automatic fire guns are out there... are those the guns being sold in ever gun store?


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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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The article says he is the son of a deputy so this might not be wrong, but I'm guessing that the rifle was just a simple semi-automatic, not a select fire weapon capable of fully automatic fire.


Gun control advocates will say this was the only reason the kid didn't end up shooting his sister, himself, the burglar, and the neighbors on accident and that those of use who don't have law enforcement parents can't be trusted to defend ourselves with guns.


tigeraddict
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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Minors unsupervised in a home with unsecured firearms.



15 year old can get a drivers license, which is far more dangerous that the AR-15


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BlackHelicopterPilot
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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Please educate me on how many fully automatic fire guns are out there... are those the guns being sold in ever gun store?



His point is that calling an AR-15 an "assault rifle" is a misnomer.


It is a 'scary looking' semi-auto rifle...


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Jed Zeppelin
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inb4alinkshowingaaccidentalshooting


Took two minutes Jbird. That should be a PT board record.


BugAC
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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not a select fire weapon capable of fully automatic fire.


Do you have any idea how hard it is to get a fully automatic weapon without stealing it?

1) You have to register for it and take a class that is, i think, a week long.
2) Then, after extensive background searches, if you are selected, you must be interviewed by your local county/parish sheriff for approval.
3) If sheriff allows you one, you are subject to visits monthly by the sheriff, and at any point, he is able to revoke your license.


BlackHelicopterPilot
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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Do you have any idea how hard it is to get a fully automatic weapon without stealing it?



You guys keep missing his point!!!


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BamaFan89
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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Gun control advocates will say this was the only reason the kid didn't end up shooting his sister, himself, the burglar, and the neighbors on accident and that those of use who don't have law enforcement parents can't be trusted to defend ourselves with guns.


Ban kids without law enforcement parents.


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Jbird
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
Well I wanted to get in before I was told I am on the wrong side of history.


TigerFanatic99
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
that stupid immature kid could have killed what were probably just two neighbors from down the road just wanting to borrow some eggs to make cookies.

We need to ban children now. How many have to die?


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50Mullets
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re: Boy, 15, defends sister, 12, from burglars with father's AR-15
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Do you have any idea how hard it is to get a fully automatic weapon without stealing it?

1) You have to register for it and take a class that is, i think, a week long.
2) Then, after extensive background searches, if you are selected, you must be interviewed by your local county/parish sheriff for approval.
3) If sheriff allows you one, you are subject to visits monthly by the sheriff, and at any point, he is able to revoke your license.



The home owner is a sheriff's deputy. I'm pretty sure he can get the require documentation to purchase and own a fully automatic weapon.


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