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    Originally posted by mumof2 View Post
    its weird to see how many people have guns in their houses something we just aren't use to here...not something we have grown up with...
    I would think you probably just don't know about it....

    Hawaii is super liberal, yet just the number of unregistered guns here (bought before registration restrictions came out) is more than the number of residents. I think close to 50% of households have at least one firearm.

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      Mumof2, imagine having to add to your list of parental concerns the question of whether your child was going to play at a friend's house whose parents might not have secured their guns and ammuntion.
      "There is some ontological doubt as to whether it may even be possible in principle to nail down these things in the universe we're given to study." --text msg from my kid

      "It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men." --Frederick Douglass

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        [QUOTE=~bs;n713830]

        I would think you probably just don't know about it....

        In australia you can own guns but its not real common and there are strict rules...its just not something we worry about over here

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          [QUOTE=mumof2;n713862]
          Originally posted by ~bs View Post

          I would think you probably just don't know about it....

          In australia you can own guns but its not real common and there are strict rules...its just not something we worry about over here
          Sorry, I assumed you lived in the US, didn't see your profile. But australia had more lax gun rules until recently. No idea though if people there still keep their firearms, despite being required to give them up or comply with the rules.

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            you can have firearms and a gun licence but there are strict rules...you can't carry them on you or in your car...unless your police or security (some) or if you live in the country on your land...they may seem lax but they aren't to us...it has been years since the gun laws came in and most handed them in...you can still go to a shooting range etc...but owning them is a whole different story

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