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Old 07-12-2011, 08:50 PM   #21
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This should do wonders for the gun show sellers' market. The more crap they call "law", the more i prefer to buy off paper.
Yeah, but they're looking really hard at trying to close the gun show "loophole".
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Yeah, but they're looking really hard at trying to close the gun show "loophole".
And when they start passing more criminal laws, i might become more of a criminal.

edit* by "criminal laws" i mean laws against the constitution and/or passed by criminals.
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And when they start passing more criminal laws, i might become more of a criminal.
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Hmmmm....so if they know what you have, they can start taxing you, which is complete bull crap....they can also start "watching" or "monitoring" you as an individual. They can also start profiling in crimes.....honestly, dont want to deal with ANY of that. They dont know how many movies I have on DVD, they dont need to know how many guns I have. Its plain stupid....
You say that like they dont ALREADY know what you have, unless you have a few unregesterd ones.
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You say that like they dont ALREADY know what you have, unless you have a few unregesterd ones.
You know what I mean. I dont have any non registered ones, but to keep track of this crap, ESPECIALLY in VA, property tax from the Federal and State, here we are.....
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You say that like they dont ALREADY know what you have, unless you have a few unregesterd ones.
I don't have any "registered" firearms, but i bought some of mine through FFL1's, so there is a paper trail on them.
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It's a simple formula:

More Laws (Regulations) = Less Freedom

If we let them, the governments (Federal, State and Local) and their bureaucracies
will whittle away at our rights until we wake up in a police state (are we there yet ?).

The BATFE and their agents need to be prosecuted for their crimes.

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I don't have any "registered" firearms, but i bought some of mine through FFL1's, so there is a paper trail on them.
One very wise crazy man once told me the only way to freely own a firearm is to get it from "that guy".
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Well, it's been hashed to death but I thought I would repeat my anger at the situation. I don't see anything wrong with this beyond "baby steps." Small things over a long period of time are more effective than radical changes at once. Like boiling a frog. My other problem is that the ATF is the one that let all the guns walk across the boarder. Which I'm sure is the excuse they're using for more gun control. However, they're not subject to this law making it completely asinine. So, they're not subject to a law they are creating because of a situation they caused. Completely absurd.

The ATF. I would call them useless, but a boat anchor on the legs of society would be more accurate.

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Well, it's been hashed to death but I thought I would repeat my anger at the situation. I don't see anything wrong with this beyond "baby steps." Small things over a long period of time are more effective than radical changes at once. Like boiling a frog. My other problem is that the ATF is the one that let all the guns walk across the boarder. Which I'm sure is the excuse they're using for more gun control. However, they're not subject to this law making it completely asinine. So, they're not subject to a law they are creating because of a situation they caused. Completely absurd.

The ATF. I would call them useless, but a boat anchor on the legs of society would be more accurate.
Good point Polygon
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