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Old 07-06-2012, 09:56 AM   #51
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You know if all of us ar owners in Ca banded together and formed militias we would have one hell of a constitutional argument against banning us from having assault rifles. I've been thinking a lot about forming a militia. It seems more people than usual have been taking a interest in shooting lately.
Forming a militia. Great way to get more people on board with the 2a movement in CA.

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Old 07-06-2012, 11:29 AM   #52
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I thought NY was bad, Cali is just Off the wall. Those below NY's mason Dixon (Albany) have been trying so hard to make us just like Cali. We in the northern sector need to drop c130 loads of bath salts on them and see if we can route them.

Holding manufacturers responsible for protecting the 2A sounds good if you say it fast enough but it likely won't produce poop unless the Republi-Crats feet are held to the fire first and always. They want our guns not the manufacturers!

True Americans know that it's not the rules they create that protect our rights and liberty, it's the Constitution. It must not be tampered with, folded, spindled or mutilated. So simple yet they bring in scholars to interpret and read it for us, cause we are just so stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Honestly, this is another Bill Clinton, "it's depends on your definition of the word "is" discussions. Do we really need a group of craggy judges to define this stuff for us or are we gonna use our heads and do it ourselves?

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Ca. is controlled by 3 major populations centers, san francisco bay area, las angeles area, and san diego area. These areas are heavy in illegal alians who vote, and liberals who vote also. Regardless of what the rest of the state wants it is decided by the population epicenters of freedom hating trash.

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I should have worded it different. Why boycott ar componies who have zero involved with passing the bill.
Gun Companies have 2 sources of sales, Civilian Sportsman and Government Contracts. We represent 70 to 80% of that market, LEO & Military make up 20 to 30%.

Fair or unfair is irrelevant. If a manufacturer chooses profit over liberty they deserve to try livinig on the small percentage of low bid Government contracts they can land while we MAJORITY purchasers take our business elsewhere.

The idea is called "good for the goose, good for the gander".

We'd like see exactly how long idiot police chiefs continue to stand next to idiot politicians pushing gun restrictions when there own departments are reduced to CA Compliant guns just like the citizens of CA.
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I just finished assembling my stag lower and I will continue until I'm finished I do not care what law Ca passes I will not turn in my ar-15. Years ago the issue on what was considered an assault rifle was settled in the Ca senate and the department of justice. Every gun dealer and gun owner became compliant. I served my country honorably for four years and I miss having my m16-a2 and I want to build my self the civilian version of one for sentimental reasons. If I have to keep it hidden in my house and shoot it in secret every blue moon so be it. I think I will buy some more lowers before the ban takes place.

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I've noticed that all of the people I shoot with are law abiding citizens and hard working professionals with no intent to go out and commit crimes. I have not seen any gang members at the range with ar platforms ever! 2nd amendment was designed so that folks like us would not be outgunned by the gov't.

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