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Old 01-18-2013, 06:29 PM   #11
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That $75 SKS in my safe is looking better and better!

No way I'd do it though...talk about a back door registry! Where there's smoke there is usually fire.

Anyone who took advantage of ^^THIS^^ would bs assumed to own more.

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Old 01-18-2013, 06:35 PM   #12
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Guess we can take down Obama via bankrupting the country now.

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It is tempting to turn in some cheapie/beater HiPoint carbine, but i wouldn't want to support such a program or the "results" they will claim from it.

Any client does it, well, i will be giving them some grief on it. It might take a lot longer to do their return, since i will have to take my sweet time researching the rules each and every time.

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A Hi-Point may be in my future now as well!

I knew they were good guns, now I just have to find one!

I would then use the $2000.00 for a real gun or a substantial amount of ammo.

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Isn't that a .22LR? WTH?
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I don't see how bankrupting America and giving Americans $2000 to upgrade to a better weapon system is going to cure anything. I'll keep my guns and earn my $2000 the old fashion way of actually doing the work...

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That's the problem with people these day. The old fashioned ways need to be done again.

So many kids in school think the world should be handed to them these days once the get out of school.

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A Hi-Point may be in my future now as well!

I knew they were good guns, now I just have to find one!

I would then use the $2000.00 for a real gun or a substantial amount of ammo.
Holy heck! This is great news. I saw a 450 dollar beat up century arms. Nice profit margin! Would help with cost of ar! Lol.
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You get $2000 tax credit. Unless the deduction puts you in a lower tax bracket or qualifies you for earned income credit you aren't getting a lot of cash value.

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The only way I'm doing business with the government is if I'm forced to. Tack's right, it's a great way to get your name on some permanent list. Another fine example of a government with to much time on their hands and to little brains to do anything about it other than another silly, empty, useless law.

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