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Old 10-15-2013, 02:41 AM   #11
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That is the end of traditional black powder hunting in California.
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You should start a rumor that because of the lead ban, companies have invented a new bonded bullet, lead free but causes like 100x the damage...just liquifies the insides of animals.
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Can I still use my lead tipped nuke?

I mean, that's always the argument libsh*ts throw out when we start talking about the true purpose for the 2A, right? amirite?
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In a State that is on the verge of bankruptcy and is overrun with illegal immigrants, you'd think they have more important laws to create and enforce than laws that sort out whether or not a deer can be shot with a lead core bullet or a mono copper bullet. Guess not.

Enjoy the decline.
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In a State that is on the verge of bankruptcy and is overrun with illegal immigrants, you'd think they have more important laws to create and enforce than laws that sort out whether or not a deer can be shot with a lead core bullet or a mono copper bullet. Guess not. Enjoy the decline.
Nothing is more important than the long-term goal of disarming all civilians of their firearms. You should know this, Rocky.
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Sorry. Lost my head for a moment there.
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Sorry. Lost my head for a moment there.
That's alright. Just don't let it happen again. Gotta keep your head in the game!
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Here is a link to the laws that Brown signed and some he vetoed.
I wish I could afford to move out of the Peoples Republic of Kommiefornia.
Read them and then look on the horizan for them in your state.


http://www.firearmspolicy.org/2013/10/ca-gov-jerry-brown-vetoes-sb-374-semi-auto-gun-ban-others/
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Can someone from Wyoming or Oregon please re-route the Columbia River and turn off the water to California. That should kill off all politicians there and we can go on with our lives without them.

Thank you for your help.
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What about the guys that hunt with antique firearms? Where are they going to find non-lead bullets???

If this is such a pressing concern, how come it doesn't go into effect until 2019?

What about Kali's armor piercing bullet laws, won't all the new non-lead bullets be armor piercing by their definition?

What a bunch of Grade A mental midgets.
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