It is federally illegal to buy a handgun in a state you are not a resident of, and for long guns it is only legal if the transaction goes through a Federal Firearms License which requires at minimum NICS background check and is legal in both the state of residence of the buyer and the location of the sale. A Utah resident can buy a long gun, but has to go through the same background check a NV resident does.
Missing from the article is any discussion of the Constitution and the fact that virtually all of current laws are un-constitutional. The real purpose of disarming any population is to set the groundwork for setting up a dictatorship. And of course, universal background checks will lead to confiscation and disarming the population. Check Germany under Hitler.
If Red Flag laws were well defined so there needs to be some proof of a credible threat, then I could support that. Would you be able to do a study on how rate of fatherless homes effects rates of violent crimes?
Guns are not the problem. You continue to ignore the real issue so the problem will never be solved. The lack of morals, the lack of ethics and the lack of respect for the sanctity of human life. Then we have the breakdown of the family unit and kids that are being raised by the often violent TV and Xbox, often undisciplined and with no respect for authority. But no, these subjects seem be taboo, instead there is only discussion about my 2nd Amendment rights, the hate of the NRA and law abiding gun owners.
This includes homicide were those convicted of murder server just 71 months on average. These consequences clearly are not enough to intimidate gang members and drug dealers, the vast bulk of those committing homicide in the US. The failure of the penal system and law enforcement to deal with violent criminals does not give anyone the right to infringe upon my rights. In the past or so years, this has been demonstrated repeatedly. You think criminals are dangerous? And in studies commissioned by the CDC, they have never been able to show that ANY gun laws have had a positive impact on crime.
So ask yourself why politicians keep wanting more of them. The Turkish Ottoman Empire established gun control in It then proceeded to exterminate 1 and a half million Armenians from to From to , about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. From to , 1. Monday 29 June Tuesday 30 June Wednesday 1 July Thursday 2 July Friday 3 July Saturday 4 July Sunday 5 July Monday 6 July Tuesday 7 July Wednesday 8 July Thursday 9 July Friday 10 July Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July Monday 13 July Tuesday 14 July Wednesday 15 July Thursday 16 July Friday 17 July Saturday 18 July Sunday 19 July Monday 20 July Tuesday 21 July Wednesday 22 July Thursday 23 July Friday 24 July Saturday 25 July Sunday 26 July Monday 27 July Tuesday 28 July Wednesday 29 July Thursday 30 July Friday 31 July Saturday 1 August Have a promo code?
Find Offers. Sorry , no promotional deals were found matching that code. Promotional Rates were found for your code. Edit Close. Toggle navigation. Don't have an account? Sign Up Today. After the attacks in Texas and Ohio, President Donald Trump also expressed his support for such legislation. Risk protection orders, which in general, allow law enforcement, and in some cases family members, to petition a judge to temporarily remove guns from anyone the judge determines poses a danger to themselves or others.
Judges can issue a temporary or emergency order to intervene in moments of an immediate crisis or threat, or a longer-term order for individuals deemed to present an ongoing risk. In ruling on risk protection orders, judges are asked to consider evidence of threats, violent behavior, mental health issues, a conviction for domestic violence and other factors. Emergency orders can last for two or three weeks.
To remove guns for a longer period — generally up to a year — the court has to set a hearing, offering the person an opportunity to argue their case. But the police were powerless to do much about it unless they could get him involuntarily admitted to a mental institution. Federal law already prevents convicted felons, fugitives, or anyone who has been involuntarily committed to a mental institution from buying or possessing a gun.
The hook is all the weird, surreal, possibly-drug-induced places you get your glug on. You can drink your soda at the beach, in space, inside a mouth, among some giant mushrooms, inside many scenes straight out of a surrealistic art installation, in the desert, and in front of a bearded guy dressed like a soda, among many other baffling places.
You move from one area to the next once you've finished a soda, and when every area has been visited, you win. Your parents, who likely tell you at least once a day to stop drinking so much soda, will be thrilled to see you've made it a part of your hobby. You might be able to regain their favor with Pro's trippy game-within-a-game, Vivian Clark , a series of super-weird, but super-fun mini-games.
Whether you're side-scrolling and collecting items, traversing a first-person dungeon, battling enemies that look like Alice In Wonderland outtakes, or simply wandering around as what appears to be a drop of soda, Clark works to silence anyone watching you play a soda-drinking simulator and wondering why you're even bothering.
Far from a video game adaptation of the Saturday Night Fever sequel nobody liked, Stayin' Alive is yet another opportunity to remind your parents about the impending deaths of loved ones. With Who's Your Daddy , it was the death of their child. With Stayin' Alive , they get to ponder their own mortality.
In Alive , you play as one of two teams: old people who want nothing more than to die, or nurses who want them to live. If you play as Team Wanna-Die, you run around or rather, wheelchair around and collect items you can MacGyver into lethal tools. Turn a toothbrush into a razor, a lighter into an explosive, or just plain set yourself on fire.
Each death nabs your team a point. For each old person they keep from dying, by safely wheeling them to a sedation unit, the nurses earn a point. Once time expires, a winner is declared based on how many old people died, unless they all die or are all saved. It's the most fatalistic game of tag ever. If you think your folks can handle old people happily burning to death with chill and good humor, go ahead and play this in front of them. If you have any doubt, though, just play Skyrim instead.
Hamsters are pretty adorable and lovable. Henry the Hamster Handler , on the other hand, isn't, and it certainly won't do anything to endear your parents to your favorite pastime. The titular Henry is a professional hamster handler, and he only has one hand for some reason. The hamsters have broken loose and it's your job to find them before they die terribly. This is extra difficult because these hamsters are particularly brainless and walk right into every death trap they possibly can. You, rather than just scooping them up and throwing them in a cage like a normal hamster handler, push various buttons and manipulate machines so the hamsters march themselves to safety.
Imagine Lemmings , but with more cuddly creatures getting squashed to a bloody pulp or burnt alive if you suck at your job. Your parents might get a kick out of this VR game, but only if they hate hamsters.
If they love the cute little buggers, or even if they just hate the idea of animals violently and needlessly biting it, firing up Henry will likely result in nothing but dirty looks.
At first glance, Wolfenstein: The New Order seems like the kind of ultra-violent Nazi -killing fun that the whole family can enjoy.
Sure, there are plenty of missions that come down to some blood-soaked neck-stabbing action, but at this point, that's the sort of thing that parents should be used to from video games. That said, there's a problem here that comes from the pretty abrupt tonal shifts that often occur during cutscenes. Specifically, there's a part a few hours into the game where you're on a train.
For a game that eventually has you battling Nazi spacemen on a moon base, things get pretty tense when you're confronted by Frau Engel. Describing her as "sinister" only scratches the surface, and the scene where she tests you to see if you're Aryan enough by making you choose between seemingly random photographs, while also giving you the option of grabbing a gun and trying and failing to fight your way out of the situation is the kind of thing that'll have you leaning forward in your seat to see how it all works out.
And then immediately after, B. That's the kind of gear shift into a sex scene that can make mom and dad's interest in this psychologically stressful game a little uncomfortable. When you get right down to it, it's hard to believe that Midway's Revolution X is actually real. An arcade shooter set in a dystopian future where a fascist government called the New Order Nation has taken over and outlawed rock 'n' roll, the game calls upon you to save the world by rescuing the kidnapped dad-rock icons of Aerosmith by killing everyone you can with a gun that shoots CDs.
If every word in that sentence made you feel more and more like you were having a stroke, don't worry. That's normal. With its insanely ridiculous premise and downright relentless graphics, it's still a pretty fun game to pop a few quarters into if you run into it at an arcade somewhere. Just make sure that your dad's not around when you do. It's not the violence, and it's not even the sight of Playboy model Kerri Hoskins in a dominatrix costume as the game's end boss, Mistress Helga.
The real question is, do you really want to run the risk of hearing your old man sing along to an arcade game's rendition of "Sweet Emotion" or, God forbid, "Dude Looks Like a Lady? Dating sim games are best enjoyed alone. That is, after all, the whole point: the game is providing you with a digital version of the social interaction that you could be getting from, you know, talking to another human being in real life.
But Hatoful Boyfriend takes all that to the next level. See, Hatoful Boyfriend keeps all the traditional trappings of dating sims, but switches up the formula by making every other character in the game a sentient bird. They hit all the usual archetypes, from the childhood best friend a dove to the athletic jock pigeon to the popular kid another pigeon , but with a lot more feathers.
Oh, and just in case that wasn't weird enough, there's a secret mode unlocked after you finish the dating sim that's actually a psychological thriller murder investigation about the protagonist's death, where you're tasked with finding the killer.
Who is also a bird. This mode is actually longer and more involved than the main game. At the very least, playing a game about trying to date a literal partridge is going to raise some uncomfortable questions from your mom. You're going to have to overhear a lot of whispered phone conversations with other moms trying to figure out why you can't just find a nice human boyfriend and what to do about your sudden interest in avisodomy.
You might think the Wii would be safe for some family fun. Everyone loves the Wii! It's a solid plan, but if you do try to liven up game night at grandmas with a trip back to , just make sure you stay away from No More Heroes. Don't get it wrong: NMH is one of the best games ever released for the Wii. Suda51's typically weird take on an assassin who takes out his targets with a laser sword and pro wrestling moves tells a shockingly compelling story.
Perfect Strangers. Knocking At Your Back Door. Under The Gun. Nobody's Home. Mean Streak. A Gypsy's Kiss. Wasted Sunsets. Hungry Daze. The House Of Blue Light. Bad Attitude.Jun 12, · While at this years’ SHOT show, I saw Gun Storage Solutions Store More Guns Rifle Rods, and Dualies & Handgun Hangers for pistols. Store More Guns promised 30% more space and easier accessibility with less firearm damage. The Liberty Fat Boy is sizable, and 30% more space would be like adding another small safe, so I grabbed a set of each of the products to test them out.