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Old 12-19-2012, 06:41 PM   #11
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I got my answer anyway. Unless the gun was 100% manufactured in the state transporting across lines would further your federal charges.


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I was just hoping if the pot heads got away with it why can't we.


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I got my answer anyway. Unless the gun was 100% manufactured in the state transporting across lines would further your federal charges.
Lucky for me Doublestar who make modern sporting rifles and 1911s are in Winchester ,ky
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I was just hoping if the pot heads got away with it why can't we.
Federal decriminalization of marijuana is an important case for the gun rights movement. Keep your eyes open on that one. I also suggest supporting the potheads. Freedom is what is at risk regardless if it is guns, speech or what we put into our bodies.
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To guard against transgression of the high powers which we have delegated, We Declare that every thing in this Bill of Rights is excepted out of the general powers of government, and shall forever remain inviolate; and all laws contrary thereto, or contrary to this Constitution, shall be void.[/QUOTE]

I posted that and just realized what it meant, it means that anything to do with those rights is null and void because the government does not have the power to "regulate" it.

So to my understanding according to this any weapons ban would be unconstitutional in my state according to the state constitution.
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What about Colorado, it is a violation of the Colorado constitution to require registration of firearms? I'm sure registration will be listed in the proposed legislation.
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The federal government has busted enough marijuana dispensaries in CA to make the news. Has the fed done anything more than make the news? Not to my knowledge! I have not heard of any sweeping arrests or closures in an effort to destroy the CA marijuana industry.
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As far as I know state rights trumps the Feds
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The federal government has busted enough marijuana dispensaries in CA to make the news. Has the fed done anything more than make the news? Not to my knowledge! I have not heard of any sweeping arrests or closures in an effort to destroy the CA marijuana industry.
That's what I'm saying. They are getting away with it, just mostly being hassled.
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I'm remembering something about La. tying up with the feds over the drinking age back in the day; IIRC, the feds got it upped to 21 by threatening to pull highway funding.


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