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Old 05-08-2013, 05:24 PM   #1
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Default Explosive Materials Background Check Act Revealed

http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2013/05/foghorn/explosive-materials-background-check-bill-revealed/

Need to get active on this to stop it before it becomes a ball and chain
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Old 05-08-2013, 05:32 PM   #2
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Oh this is some bs. Damn well better not pass. I'll be sharing this with everyone I know.
A background check for pressure cookers or immigrants on terror watch lists might be a better idea.

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More backdoor gun control. These gun grabbers are like fireants. You kill one mound and they're popping up somewhere else.

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We as a nation have to really start looking a little more closely to who we are putting in office. Some of these politicians response is not very well thought out to say the least.

I guess we need to contact our reps and fight off the ignorant so we can keep reloading. Come on man.

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I'd say this particular bill is very well thought out. Its "flying under the radar" as an addendum to existing law, but with the vicious and pernicious character of a South American catfish penetrating its victims' nether orifices to devour them from within.

TBS this parasitic bill only "targets" legitimate sportspersons. It conveniently ignores the established facts the BM perps allegedly salvaged fireworks and kitchen utensils to create "bombs" in favor of persecuting legitimate - and safe - users of small amounts of "explosives". Or that it conflates "deflagrants", like smokeless powders, under the same banner.

But, then, its been ever such when confronting the "progressive" meme. Facts, data, established science and physics are shouted down, disallowed or denigrated in favor of emotional rhetoric. >MW

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Let's simply ignore that smokeless powder is not an explosive. These DB's continue to rewrite definitions to fit what THEY want.

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I contacted both of my Senators, not that they would support this stupid legislation anyway

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I contacted both of my Senators, not that they would support this stupid legislation anyway
Hell no they wouldn't. They actually use their brains.
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WTF??? Why am I now starting to hate Washington more and more?

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You must register to buy Black Powder. This Federal Law has been in place for years. I have never heard of it being used to indict anyone. The Boston Bombers used fireworks and cookware. After Oklahoma City they they wanted to regulate lawn fertilizer. Back in the Prohibition era you had to register to buy bulk sugar. That law is still in effect. I am surprised that Bloomberg has not enforced that one.

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