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Old 05-10-2014, 04:36 PM   #1
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Default One "Gun Control" law you would like to see changed?

Lets face it. Many of us would change a lot of so called "Gun Control" laws that are on the books if we had unilateral power to do so. I myself have a long list of laws that I would like to see done away with, that after I would be done things really would look like a modern wild west.

So if you could change or eliminated just ONE gun law, what would it be and why?

It could be Federal or State.

This is of course assuming you had the power to do that. This thread is not to discuss the actual legal process of accomplishing the task, or really to even discuss possible political or civilian outcry. This is just a 'dreaming' thread.


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1. Revoke the Gun Control act of 1968.


Next in line, the National Firearms Act of 1934.


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i have to agree. all of them are infringement upon the 2nd amendment, but the GCA of 1968 would be a good one to start of with. then work from there.
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i have to agree. all of them are infringement upon the 2nd amendment, but the GCA of 1968 would be a good one to start of with. then work from there.
I just read one of your posts on another thread. I figured you were going to say this.

Do me a favor, give me a brief synopsis of the GCA of 1968 because I don't remember what that one was about.
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I just read one of your posts on another thread. I figured you were going to say this.

Do me a favor, give me a brief synopsis of the GCA of 1968 because I don't remember what that one was about.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_Control_Act_of_1968

The most heinous part, IMHO, is that it incorporated the misleading and meaningless "sporting purpose" standard into the discussion.
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See and the first law I would like to see overturned would be the Federal Assault Weapons registry that makes it illegal to produce new full auto guns.


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GCA 68. No question
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1934 National Firearms Act.
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I do not see anything useful that any of the gun control laws is accomplishing.

The 2nd Amendment says "... the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."

That should go for everyone, including the mentally insane.
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I do not see anything useful that any of the gun control laws is accomplishing.

The 2nd Amendment says "... the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."

That should go for everyone, including the mentally insane.
surely you're not serious? that is beyond rediculous.


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