DamegedSpy wrote:This is because the system made the word weapon.
Its like saying that nmap and similar are weapons.
That telnet is a weapon.
That Metasploit is a weapon.
While the truth is that they are tools.
DamegedSpy wrote:Really, if someone just wants to crack a program. They just do it. Having or not the tools best tools for the job.
Spectre557 wrote:A gun is only a "tool" if you actually need it, just like a stick of dynamite... It could potentially be useful in the right hands, but if it's not being used properly and appropriately it's dangerous as hell.
faazshift wrote:How about scissors? They can be a useful tool in the right hands, but in the wrong hands they can be very dangerous. Should we have to get 'scissor permits' to operate them? With what you were saying about distance, how about nail guns? Should we not be able to get those just because of what they can potentially be used for?
faazshift wrote:Aside from all that, criminals are going to be able to get guns whether they are legal or not. If a citizen cannot have a gun, the criminal only has the advantage. How is a good person supposed to defend themselves if they cant have a reasonable means of defense, yet the criminal does?
Spectre557 wrote:I've been talking ideals, really - I understand that in places where guns are already easily available introducing gun controls may not be effective or practical.
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