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Old Yesterday, 06:37 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
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With all this talk about gun control, I haven heard one gun grabber say how they plan to take guns away from criminals, only law abiding citizens.
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Old Yesterday, 06:40 PM
 
Location: San Diego
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I did not say "such as". I want them eliminated. Period.

And I want the Guv to buy them back.
It's all there on your computer.
(Uh-oh... He's resorting to sarcasm and anger....)
Probably less than 1/3 of all firearms have any link to any govt database, as it should be.
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Old Yesterday, 06:42 PM
 
Location: NE Mississippi
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Probably less than 1/3 of all firearms have any link to any govt database, as it should be.
So?
No one has proposed that the government should know, or has the right to know who owns what.

If Crowd Killers are not sold in stores, are not sold on the Internet, are not sold in gun shows, and cannot be advertised for sale the supply will simply dry up. Very quickly, I think.
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Old Yesterday, 06:45 PM
 
Location: San Diego
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Then let's meet the middle on how expansive that clause is. Your first gun... No taxes, no insurance, no registration fee... Just registering it in a database. Your right to bear arms has not been infringed.

Every gun after that, there are taxes, insurance, and registration fees you have to pay before you get the gun.
Fine. The receiver is the firearm. I'll buy one lower and 20 uppers. That covers everything with one gun.
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Old Yesterday, 06:51 PM
 
Location: San Diego
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If Crowd Killers are not sold in stores, are not sold on the Internet, are not sold in gun shows, and cannot be advertised for sale the supply will simply dry up. Very quickly, I think.
You would think wrong because an unfinished lower receiver cannot be regulated as a firearm and are easily put together in your garage making an instant black market for them.
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Old Yesterday, 06:54 PM
 
Location: The Republic of Texas
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1. Make Constitutional Carry a reality.
2. Enforce the laws that are already on the books concerning 'gun' crime.



Supply every American walking the streets freely, with an M-16, with gun safety and marksmanship starting in public schools at 1st grade. and every year until they must go through basic training. Then they can go to college or enter the workforce.
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Old Yesterday, 07:17 PM
 
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Probably less than 1/3 of all firearms have any link to any govt database, as it should be.
It is illegal in my state to register guns, as it should be.
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Old Yesterday, 08:33 PM
 
Location: Micronesia
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If Crowd Killers are not sold in stores, are not sold on the Internet, are not sold in gun shows, and cannot be advertised for sale the supply will simply dry up. Very quickly, I think.
Where are millions of pieces of tangible property, made of aluminum and steel, going to "dry up " to?
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Old Yesterday, 08:35 PM
 
Location: Micronesia
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I did not say "such as". I want them eliminated. Period.

And I want the Guv to buy them back.
It's all there on your computer.
(Uh-oh... He's resorting to sarcasm and anger....)
How can the "Guv", "buy back" property that it never owned?
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Old Yesterday, 08:37 PM
 
Location: Micronesia
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You want a gun, you should be able to buy a gun. Just not a military grade crowd killer
.
This imaginary term does not actually refer to anything in reality.
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