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Old 04-08-2014, 12:51 PM   #1
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Default Bracelets - I hope they come in purple!

This is wild but doesn't surprise me. They still think fixing the Good guys will fix the Bad guys.

But on the flip side this may not be a bad idea. I suspect to some criminals wearing jewelry is cool. "Bling" made from your favorite caliber

http://freebeacon.com/issues/holder-we-want-to-explore-gun-tracking-bracelets/

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This is simply an attempt to make guns too expensive for the average citizen to own.

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This is BS, is what it is.

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Fringe politician toting fringe ideas... Again.

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Not really. This already a Law in NJ, has been since 2002. New Jersey has a law that specifically mandates that when at least ONE gun is available for commercial sale IN ANY STATE that incorporates "smart" technology, then all handguns sold in New Jersey must incorporate "smart' technology.

Well that time is now and NJ will have to follow through with their "Smart" gun laws and they don't need Obama or Holder to do it.

This will of course fester on the East coast and again on the West coast and spread like Cancer .

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2014/02/robert-farago/nj-smart-guns-sale-2017/

http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/23/us/new-jersey-smart-gun-law/
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Garden State? I don't think those are tomatoes.


Was it Jersey that tried the stupid spent case thing and wanted micro-stamped cases or something?

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Holder got a huge sum ($682M) to advance this technology. I don't think the Fed wants to raise the price of guns. They want to raise taxes on the middle class until we can't pay anything but taxes. Corporate taxes are not going to pay for it. You can make book on that!

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Cripes! I can see it now... national bracelet registration.

Can they be hacked? We can't find a Boeing 777 loaded with communication devices but gun bracelets are gonna work out okey-dokey?

Nothing more than sheople control collars. Incredible imbecility.

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Nonsense...

The NJ law would effectively ban the sale of any gun "not smart" which is every other gun. No way it stands up to court scrutiny regarding "common use".

Jersey lib's are not any smarter that Chicago lib's and their law will suffer the same fate.

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Not really. This already a Law in NJ, has been since 2002. New Jersey has a law that specifically mandates that when at least ONE gun is available for commercial sale IN ANY STATE that incorporates "smart" technology, then all handguns sold in New Jersey must incorporate "smart' technology.

Well that time is now and NJ will have to follow through with their "Smart" gun laws and they don't need Obama or Holder to do it.

This will of course fester on the East coast and again on the West coast and spread like Cancer .

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2014/02/robert-farago/nj-smart-guns-sale-2017/

http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/23/us/new-jersey-smart-gun-law/
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Nonsense...

The NJ law would effectively ban the sale of any gun "not smart" which is every other gun. No way it stands up to court scrutiny regarding "common use".

Jersey lib's are not any smarter that Chicago lib's and their law will suffer the same fate.

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