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"Should America Subarm Its Citizens?"

Dear friends, fans and associates,

I'm in Townhall.com today --

 


subarmed
, adj., a point between disarmed and fully armed

"There’s a point between fully armed and disarmed that is subarmed. Being subarmed is dangerous. Officials would never stand for it themselves. It’s the point where you don’t have a very good gun, or certainly not the type you’d prefer, or not the type your police prefer for their own safety, and not the right ammo, or certainly not enough of it. It isn’t the caliber you want, and the magazine is too small. You’re subarmed and..."


Subarming the public gradually over time has caused a shift in the balance of power in America.

If you decide to read it, please leave a comment.
I'd like to hear your thoughts of course,
and I think it helps with the editors.

Alan.

Comments

Vincent Barbour

We are already subamred.

Fully armed would mean we have access to any individual arms in common use by our military.

LAWs (or their upgrades included) and anything that does not need to be towed behind a vehicle to be deployed.

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