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Old 01-11-2009, 05:01 PM   #11
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Just that we don`t misunderstand each other, I am not pro "Big Brother is watching you"! All registered weapons are already stored in a database, but the information is not allowed to be shared between goverment agencies.

My thought is, and maybe a police officer here could also state his/her opinion about this, that if I was a police officer and I would be sent to a case of domestic violance, I would be happy to have any information I could get my hands on, if the information can save my life.

I also know, that in the past, no matter what country, information out of government databases have gone lost and ended up in the wrong hands, likne in great britain a cd containing all the social security details, etc.
But, if it was possible to prevent something like that happening, would it be o.k. or not for you guys?
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Great premise, but what about in the real world?
Say a LEO has checked and found no firearms registered to the house in questioned?
Nice info if you want to assure one's self that you won't be shot to death by a registered firearm from this location. FALSE SECURTY
Did he check the neighbors? What if the next door guy is sitting in the suspectís living room showing off his gun/ammo collection while sharing a 12 pack?
Ineffective for the first responder, valuable to the anti-gun politician.
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Old 01-11-2009, 05:46 PM   #12
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If anyone thinks that there is not a database of firearm sales, then you are kidding yourself. Buy a gun at a licensed dealer, and a check of your record is made to insure that you are legal to own a gun. Make and model # are reported as well as your name and ssn. If you think that a cross reference cannot be made, or a red flag does not pop up in certain cases, then you just don't get it.

Try this, just to find out. Take a bunch of money and buy as many AK's, AR's and SKS's you can get. Buy enough within a certain amount of time, you will get a visit or a tail. Just to make it interesting, buy as much armour piercers and super ammo you can.

No database....SH!!!!!!T.
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