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Those that support gun disarmament that actually have a clue are not going to contribute to this. They won't contribute to anything that will enable continued gun manufacture. In other words, they don't want guns to be safer, they want them to be gone.
Sorry, mate, but you're dreamin'.
Get rid of guns, and in 10 years, you're fighting the war against swords and knives. After that one, it's only 5 years before the war against knuckle dusters begins. Once that's ended, it's the ones with big muscles that'll have all the power.
You might as well have stopped at guns. Violence is a war that will never end as long as there is incentive for violence. Get rid of that, and every weapon ever made will be wide out of memory as well.
Any tool that is meant to protect you and your loved ones, but can't provide protection any longer after you're dead is a broken tool.
This is broken by design only to appease opponents who are either misguided or overzealous about a bad solution to a perceived problem, or are simply attempting to hinder your rights through obfuscation.
Don't do it.
On an iceberg is where I spent most of my days...
Chilling out maxin' relaxin' all cool
And shooting some icicles outside the school...
I'll spare you poor folks the rest...
The customer loses in this respect.
I'm also not used to swapping motherboard as often as Intel users, since AMD is much more sane in socket changes. I dislike installing motherboards.
The logic in this boggles the mind otherwise.