EDIT: It might actually be easier just to get an AK-47. The original indestructable. Again, though, you still have to clean and oil it.
You don't have to clean or oil an AK until it stops firing. Then you just dip in in a mud puddle and bang it on the ground until it works again.
This question was in regard more towards he future. I start working after high school i over. Also, ido unerstand the point of simply moving out of the house, but it is my decision to stay here. It is much cheeper to simply pay my parents a little rent and go to a local college. That way i have some spending money and i can start saving.
My parents have no problem if I bought a gun. In fact i might even be able to tempt them to let my have it in the house unloaded if i pay enough rent.
I'm also not purchasing a gun to look cool. It's just a hobby really. Regardless I take all your responses to heart. It may just be a better idea to rent from a range.
Join the Army.
You can get out on your own AND have a rifle!
Anyone who knows my politics knows how much it pains me to say this.
NoGroin is a primary example of why tougher purchasing and licensing laws are a good idea.
I'm going to rub in your face, just a few facts from my life:
I get paid to shoot m2 .50 cal machine guns, mk-19 40mm automatic grenade launchers, m240B machine guns, m203 grenade launchers and my m4.
My dad is a bigger gun nut then most of the people in this sub-forum, and anything I could ever want to shoot, he already has.
He has no problem with me buying a gun, while i'm living with him.
However, lets examine some key points,
One, I'm cooler then you.
Two, My situation allows me to be loose with the gun money (though I'm not. Daddy has a car payment/is working on moving back out of his parent's house after he gets things squared away)
Lets examine your situation:
Your parents are prude liberal girls,
You live at home.
YOu shouldn't be worrying about guns and rifles, hell, ranges rent that **** for like...10 bucks.
Also, as everyone said above, Join the freakin' military. It rocks. Seriously.
Just don't join the air force.