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Old 12-21-2011, 01:43 AM   #1
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A friend told me today that there are new laws that state if you have more than 7 days worth of food or stockpiled ammo/guns that you will be considered a terrorist. What is the real story??



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Old 12-21-2011, 01:45 AM   #2
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Being discussed here...

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f97/end-posse-comitatus-abrogation-5th-amendment-writ-habeas-corpus-53670/



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Ok so this does or does not affect the law following public?
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Affects everyone, hit the links in the first post, that can explain it better than I can...

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Jon- ask him to give you the number of the new law.

You can continue to hang out with him- he will make you look smarter in comparison.

No, there is no new law restricting magazine capacity for pork & beans. Many members of the LDS (Mormon) believe in keeping a sizeable supply of food (like a year).

We need to save the panic mode for the REAL crap.

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Jon- ask him to give you the number of the new law.

You can continue to hang out with him- he will make you look smarter in comparison.

No, there is no new law restricting magazine capacity for pork & beans. Many members of the LDS (Mormon) believe in keeping a sizeable supply of food (like a year).

We need to save the panic mode for the REAL crap.
Haha. Thank you sir. I just wanted to find out the real deal.
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If someone sez that there is a law or state statute, pretend you're from Missouri.

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