“I Like Guns” by Steve Lee

Published by the LearnAboutGuns.com Author on May 1, 2011 at 12:01 pm
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Below is a video clip of the song “I Like Guns” by Steve Lee, who is from Australia.  I found it to be rather entertaining:

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  • I Like Guns

    Yep, this was pretty sweet.

  • Leroy

    Very entertaining.

  • BasinBictory

    Clearly this man is a danger to himself and everybody in Australia. He must be locked up for the good of society. How can anyone sing the praises of guns? They're death instruments wielded by criminally insane sociopaths who never learned the value of human life!!!

    • Defense

      Do you believe a nation's military are criminally insane sociopaths who use guns to defend the very freedom and liberty you seem to openly enjoy? Without guns the weaker population would be placed into bondage with no chance of defense or survival from the stronger criminal element. America must never surrender.

      • BasinBictory

        How Stuff Works: Sarcasm. n.

        "Sarcasm is “a sharp, bitter, or cutting expression or remark; a bitter jibe or taunt.”[1] Though irony is usually the immediate context,[2] most authorities sharply distinguish sarcasm from irony;[3] however, others argue that sarcasm may or often does involve irony[4] or employs ambivalence.[5] Sarcasm has been suggested as a possible bullying action in some circumstances.[6]"

        Oh yeah – can't forget the "small penis" jibe that antis like to trot out there! 😀

        Relax defense – if you've seen my other posts and comments on other articles of this website, I do not think that gun owners are criminally insane sociopaths.

        Now – AR fanbois on the other hand……..

        I kid! I kid! 😀

    • hicusdicus

      Has it ever been pointed out to you that you may not be quite right in the head.

      • BasinBictory

        Has it ever been pointed out to you that there is this thing called sarcasm?