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Old 04-09-2010, 04:16 PM   #11
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"A California Democrat is proposing a new law requiring residents to register their shotguns and rifles or go to jail"

Ah...If nobody shows up and does it or participates, can they arrest and jail you all? Will they have to do it in shifts? They do not have enough space in jails now as it is, and I would think the LEO's have more important things to do and have bigger fish to fry, no?

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"A California Democrat is proposing a new law requiring residents to register their shotguns and rifles or go to jail"

Ah...If nobody shows up and does it or participates, can they arrest and jail you all? Will they have to do it in shifts? The jails ain't big enough, and I would think the LEO's have more important things to do and have bigger fish to fry, no?

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A little civil disobediance is a good thing when something like this occurs but what happens when CA declares you a felon for not complying and confiscates all of your guns? Don't have an answer, just throwing that out there as an example of how insidious this type off law can be. You have to wonder what the real endgame is.
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