Sorry, foreigners ARE allowed to own firearms in the U.S. I know some very nice Mexicans who are more heavily armed than even I am, which is nothing short of astounding. And it’s all entirely legal. Some states require licensing, but then again, some states (cough ILLINOIS cough) require Americans to get permits too.
[quote=“Boomer”]Besides Taiwan has enough guns floating around shooting people.
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Wow. That gun just jumped right out and started blasting itself into people, didn’t it? I guess the drunken “serviceman” had nothing to do with the incident.
That’s a real damn shame, though. IIRC, Taiwan has the death penalty for firearms offenses; at least the serviceman won’t be shooting anyone else. . . .
Don’t know where you’re getting that from. I haven’t heard of any visa problems, and Taiwan isn’t on the “fingerprint and photograph” country list. A friend had her luggage searched by the TSA when she visited over CNY, but my luggage got searched too, last time I flew. And I haven’t heard of any Taiwanese being held on suspicion of selling nuclear materials to North Korea. . . .