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Germany Also Solving Non-Problems

One of the provisions of the new German gun laws, passed in response to the mass shooting at a school:

Under the new law, the government plans to increase to 18 from 14 the minimum age at which people can use large-caliber weapons at shooting clubs.

Did the previous killer go berzerk at a shooting club?   What possible relationship does what caliber a kid uses under supervised conditions of a gun club have to do with kids who steal guns from their parents and go on a shooting spree?

3 Responses to “Germany Also Solving Non-Problems”

  1. NJSoldier says:

    What qualifies as “large-caliber”? The article doesn’t say.

  2. Sebastian says:

    Probably anything larger than a .22LR

  3. JJR says:

    Deutschland ist hoffnungslos und ahnungslos in dieser juristischen Sache.

    (Germany is hopeless and clueless in this area of law)

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