It’s High Time We Developed Reliable Techniques to Break Someone Else’s Gun As A Defense

Hilarious read

“In light of what happened in the Rittenhouse trial, it seems like a lot of people might be thinking they can use guns with impunity against protestors. We need to change that. There needs to be more work on techniques that enable people who have normal strength and are not Tarzan or Pete’s Dragon can go after the guns of yahoos and Rittenhouse and break them, like, yesterday.”

“I have thought of some basic ideas. One, trap it in some sort of modified net (requires invention of a technology but not undoable since net guns already exist, and would require that the gun mostly be wrestled out of the person’s hand before breaking it). Two, grab it near the trigger part and bust it with a hammer, using pliers for leverage (where the real frustrating part is that we don’t know the minimum strength needed to bust a rifle that way, which we would if society had as much interest in destroying other people’s guns as they did in owning them). Three, which I have rejected due to near-complete lack of technology (though maybe it could be available in the future), use some kind of foam that jams up the machinery, then a sufficiently strong person wrestles the gun out of a person’s hand (not likely since the one foam I saw takes an hour to dry, so useless).”


  1. Sabre22 says:

    All I can say is I would like to see one of these Ass-clowns try it for real. If they try it with an AR or similar type rifle. The results would be interesting to watch. It might be time to fix bayonets. With a handgun it would be advisable to establish a comfort zone of a size for the gun owner to feel secure.


    1. John M. says:

      Rosenbaum tried it and found out.


  2. Rocketguy says:

    So, this guy wants to run up to an armed person and use pliers to disable the gun after seeing a near-contact rifle wound on bicep boy? That’s special.


    1. John M. says:

      It’s 100% cope at the idea that his little “peaceful protests” could be shut down in 10 minutes by any teenager with $800 in hardware.


  3. LSWCHP says:

    As psychiatrists say, the author of that is wrong in the head.


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