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Pressure Cooker Ban

Discussion in 'Gun-Control Issues' started by SpringerTGO, Apr 16, 2013.

  1. SpringerTGO

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    Now that we know pressure cookers were used to make the bombs used in Boston, and that they are commonly used overseas, is there going to be a push to ban them?
    How about a background check for anyone trying to buy nails or ball bearings?
     
  2. callihan_44

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    good thing my grandma passed to a better place, she would resist with vengeance if you tried to take her pressure cooker away :whistling:
     

  3. CanMan

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    A PCB would have the same effect as an AWB..... absolutely none at all. Bad people do bad things regardless of the vehicle, period. Ahhh, the shape of things to come is here now.
     
  4. Bring_it!

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    MSNBC says smokeless gun powder used.
    This will probably end up that reloaders will be limited to 1/4 cup month purchases.
     
  5. waawaaweenie

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    I have one sitting on my couch right now

    I better keep my eye on it if it is anything like those black rifles
     
  6. countrygun

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    We are going to probably have to settle for a national registry and mental health checks. I wonder if someone in Congress is going to suggest serial numbers on nails?

    I'll bet the carpenter's union and the Chef's union in Mass will go along with no open carry of hammers and cookware.
     
  7. Angry Fist

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    I hear ya. I have one too, and it's just collecting dust. Maybe I ought to start canning food.
     
  8. oldman11

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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
     
  9. patrickkpm

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    A 25% tax on pressure cooker and nail should be voted on. That's a common sense measure. Shame on you if you don't vote for it. Don't believe what the cooking channel is saying, their members are dangerous fanatics.
     
  10. countrygun

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    They should be limited to 2 quarts. What kind of person needs more capacity than that?
     
  11. countrygun

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    I am waiting for "Babbling Joe" to say "You know, to some people cooking with a pressure cooker is like driving a Ferrari"
     
  12. profiler999

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    Oh my word. I spit on my phone and have this Bloody Mary coming outta my nose.

    Limit pc's to 2 quarts.....best line I've heard all year.
     
  13. ithaca_deerslayer

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    Kinda reminds me of that kimchi episode on MASH.
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    I joined the NRA, have you yet?
     
  14. waawaaweenie

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    lunch bucket Joe will say something like "who needs a pressure cooker,told my wife to just get a waffle iron and make a couple of waffles"
     
  15. countrygun

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    "Just use a double boiler"
     
  16. OldSchool64

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    Some of the best meals I've ever had came from my moms pressure cooker,
    I knew those days were gone :sad:
     
  17. janice6

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    You can't blame all pressure cookers for the actions of a few extremist pressure cookers. Some Pressure cookers are bad, "M'kay"

    But it is ok to blame all people with objects, just not religions, if their god tells them to do this...
     
  18. OldSchool64

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    Lucky you got one, prices are sure to skyrocket.
     
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    Congress should require unique identifiers on every hammer so we know who hit the nails.


    Maybe a limit of 7 nails per person. No one needs more than 7 nails to build a house.
     
  20. Beretta92guy

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    well now there should be a "capacity limit" on pressure cookers.....not more than a shot glass capacity....that way you can't fit a lot of gunpowder in them......liberals will love it