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I'm just trying to stay ahead of the curve here so I'm wondering what gun laws are like in China?
 

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From what I understand, no. You may not have a gun. Even airsoft is outlawed. If you want a gun in China join the military, get on the police force, or find a rich friend who’ll let you be a bodyguard. You might be able to get a hunting permit that might let you get a rifle permit, but in general no guns for the subjugated. They might fight back.
 

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In China, guns are what the government uses to beat you on the back of your skull.

Unless they really dislike you, then they just shoot you.
 

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Hard to say, the Asians have some weird laws...:confused:...ignorance of which caused me to end up doin' some time in a Tibetan prison. I was over there back when seeking wisdom from gurus and such was all the rage and I met up with this shaman guy. Kinda' weird but he was a really nice guy so we became friends and of course, talked about stuff. The more we talked, the more I became intrigued by his outlook and wisdom, I soon became his student.

I learned much in the time I was there and prob'ly could've stayed forever but the time all too quickly came, when I had to return home. I felt my life had been changed completely and all for the better. As I was reluctantly gathering my gear and preparing to descend the mountain, I was suddenly overcome with emotion. Without thinking, I walked over to my teacher and gave him a parting hug. Almost instantly, four policemen tackled me and I was dragged off to prison, I had broken their most sacred of laws. If you ever go to Tibet, whatever you do...:oops:...don't squeeze the shaman!
 

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Hard to say, the Asians have some weird laws...:confused:...ignorance of which caused me to end up doin' some time in a Tibetan prison. I was over there back when seeking wisdom from gurus and such was all the rage and I met up with this shaman guy. Kinda' weird but he was a really nice guy so we became friends and of course, talked about stuff. The more we talked, the more I became intrigued by his outlook and wisdom, I soon became his student.

I learned much in the time I was there and prob'ly could've stayed forever but the time all too quickly came, when I had to return home. I felt my life had been changed completely and all for the better. As I was reluctantly gathering my gear and preparing to descend the mountain, I was suddenly overcome with emotion. Without thinking, I walked over to my teacher and gave him a parting hug. Almost instantly, four policemen tackled me and I was dragged off to prison, I had broken their most sacred of laws. If you ever go to Tibet, whatever you do...:oops:...don't squeeze the shaman!
That, sir, was an excellent story. Unfortunately, the younger among us won't get it.
 

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And make your family pay for the cartridge.
yea, i saw a documentary how court is held at the end of each month in school gyms in rural areas. sentence is carried out immediately after.
If its capital, bullet to the back of head. Family charged for the round
 

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One girl at work told me her grandfather had three shotguns, which he loved very much.
She hated them because they are too heavy and kick like mules.
She is approaching her forties, and this was when she was in high school, so 25 years ago.
Now, I know a shotgun is neither a rifle nor a handgun.
 

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yea, i saw a documentary how court is held at the end of each month in school gyms in rural areas. sentence is carried out immediately after.
If its capital, bullet to the back of head. Family charged for the round
I understand that it really, really, really cuts done on the appeals however!
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