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Ban all assault hammers now! Think of the children!!! We need to rid society of these dangerous high capacity hammers so we can finally be safe!
"To blame a gun for a mans decision is to foolishly attribute free will to an inanimate object"- Colion Noir.
This is exactly why I keep my workshop locked.
I think I'd rather just be shot then beat to death with a hammer. A friends brother ran a curb market and was killed by a hammer attack by a robber. The store owner was hit numerous times in the head. The robber has never been caught. Is there justice over evil....?
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More people die while having sex each year than by all firearms, combined. Plan on banning that, too???
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Hope the new legislation comes through. Lowe's, Home Depot, Menards and other retailers selling these deadly hammers will have to do background checks and have a mandatory one week waiting period for the sale of a hammer.
There are all kinds of hammers. Tack hammer all the way up to the big boys.....the Sledge hammer! There are even the extremely deadly air powered hammers that may require a Class III license. Nobody needs one of these, they are just too dangerous to own.
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We need to ban building things so there will be no need to have hammers.
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