Should Florida lawmakers increase the legal age to purchase "long guns" from 18 to 21?

  • Yes
    15%
    118 votes

     
  • No
    77%
    621 votes

     
  • Ban assault rifles for all ages
    8%
    66 votes

     
  • I'm not sure
    <1%
    2 votes

     

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5 Comments

  • Samantha Picardi - 2 years ago

    Assault Weapons were banned before in the early 1990's and it did not create a meltdown,
    but did severely decrease the number of gunshot murders.

    After Australia had a school shooting in the late 1990's, they banned guns and after that
    had no more mass shootings, so don't tell me it can't work, you gun owners just don't
    want to give up your AR15's. Why is the real reason. Why are your guns more important
    than our Children? If you need an AR15 to hunt, you are no real hunter, but a danger to the
    real hunters out there.

  • Steve A - 2 years ago

    If you want to raise the age to 21 and raise the age to 21 to join the military! Better yet started draft for male and female at the age of 21! The problem with America today is that we treat young adults as babies! And the parents of today don't teach their kids morals, values and respect!

  • John Archibald - 2 years ago

    If they ever tried to ban assult weapons from the "LAW-ABIDING" Citizen in America, it Would cause the worse Revolution, and it WOULD last for Years. That is a fact !!!

  • John Archibald - 2 years ago

    If they ever tried to ban assult weapons from the "LAW-ABIDING" Citizen in America, it Would cause the worse Revolution, and it WOULD last for Years. That is a fact !!!

  • Joseph Florio - 2 years ago

    Reasonable gun restrictions—yes. But will no one address that before Columbine there were no school shootings in the USA, yet people owned guns. As a middle school teacher, I can assure you that our American culture shift is the major cause of our problems. The decline of American stability coincides with the decline of the nuclear family. It did the Romans in, I hope it will not do us in.

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