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Three months to sell them? Really?

If I had my way the parent(s) would have to forfeit all their guns immediately and not allowed to own one until there's no minors in their care.

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Thanks to Obama care the government can not register who by weapons or ammo. Harry Reid put that in the Bill. I guess the Libs. should have read it before they passed it into law. Oh hell maybe Obama should have read it before he igned it.

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Nk:

Ok. My answer to this is, you are right... Irresponsible weapon owners. The kids just cost their parents their second amendment right.

If we had it my way, the gun would be registered to the owner, the owner would have been regeatered in a database with all weapons they owned. They would be forced to hand over every last one of them and given three months to sell them or the government would write the Owen a check for half their worth and that would be the end of it.

Failure to educate and train your child in the lawful use and carrying of the weapons you allow them access to. (allowed access is their gaining access by anymeans)

Illegal use of your fire arms.

Would that salt your anger NK?

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"I would like to discuss the issue which compelled you to post these facts, but I would need context by which you desire communications."

Fair enough...

I posted this list to show the lack of responsible gun owners. Unless you are going to argue that these kids bought them in a back alley or stole them in a burglary.

This list is comprised of the ones who got caught. How many don't?

Several instances were of kids finding them at home and bringing them to school to show off. Most of the others were brought to school because of bullying, the threat of violence against them. And several unfortunately were brought to school because the kid(s) wanted to shoot someone.

There you go...

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48 out of how many students nationwide.........BS

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NK:

Are you going to make a discussion or just flyby postings facts? Trolls dump facts without context by which to discuss issues.

I would like to discuss the issue which compelled you to post these facts, but I would need context by which you desire communications.

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An NBC News survey of crime dockets and news reports across all 50 states reveals that, since Jan. 1, there have been at least 48 incidents in which guns have been discovered on students, in their bags or in their lockers.

Since Jan. 2, when some school districts returned to classes, there have been at least 48 incidents in which schoolchildren have been discovered with guns in their possession or in their lockers:

Feb. 4 • Ratcliffe Elementary School, Henrico, Va.

• Coweta Intermediate High School, Coweta, Okla. — student killed

Feb. 1 • Palm Beach Lakes High School, West Palm Beach, Fla. Jan. 31 • Price Middle School, Atlanta — student shot and wounded

• Hendricks Elementary Community Academy, Chicago

• Augusta High School, Augusta, Kan.

• Carver High School, Winston-Salem, N.C.

• Athens Drive High School, Raleigh, N.C.

Jan. 30 • Park Hill High School, Kansas City, Mo.

Jan. 29 • Hoxie High School, Hoxie, Ark.

• Elizabethtown Middle School, Elizabethtown, N.C.

• Brazos School for Inquiry and Creativity, Houston

• Imagine Middle School, North Port, Fla.

• Carson Elementary School, Cincinnati

Jan. 28 • Forest Hills High School, Marshville, N.C.

Jan. 25 • Harrison High School, Harrison, Mont.

• Carson Middle School, Tucson, Ariz.

Jan. 24 • Hogan Preparatory Middle School, Kansas City, Mo.

• Daly Elementary School, Inkster, Mich.

Jan. 23 • Willowridge High School, Houston

Jan. 22 • Educational Opportunity Center, Clarkston, Wash.

Jan. 18 • Northwest High School, Omaha, Neb.

• Wheeler High School, Marietta, Ga.

• Heights High School, Wichita, Kan.

• Soehl Middle School, Linden, N.J.

• South Philadelphia High School, Philadelphia

Jan. 17 • Baldwin County High School, Bay Minette, Ala.

• Westover High School, Albany, Ga.

• Pennfield Middle School, Hatfield, Pa.

• PS 215, Queens, N.Y.

Jan. 16 • College Hill Middle School, Texarkana, Texas

Jan. 15 • Riverside Academy, Reserve, La.

• Westwood High School, Blythewood, S.C.

Jan. 14 • Faith Academy School of Excellence, Norfolk, Va.

Bastrop High School, Bastrop, La.

• El Dorado High School, El Dorado, Kan.

Jan. 11 • Glenn High School, Winston-Salem, N.C.

• Bedford Middle School, Bedford, Ind.

• Prairie High School, Battle Ground, Ore.

• West Haven High School, West Haven, Conn.

Jan. 10 • Taft Union High School, Bakersfield, Calif. — student shot and wounded

Jan. 9 • John L. Marsh Elementary School, Chicago

• Alba Middle School, Bayou La Batre, Ala.

Jan. 8 • Lyon Elementary School, Magnolia, Texas

• Donovan Junior High School, Utica, N.Y.

• Highland Springs High School, Highland Springs, Va.

Jan. 7 • Hermitage High School, Henrico, Va.

Jan. 3 • Shelburne Middle School, Staunton, Va.

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