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Old 10-21-2010, 01:44 PM   #11
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I would think that pretty much describes ALL your friends,
except your FTF friends....huh, O?
The one's i still keep up with, pretty much.
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When i first heard about the DV rights loss issue, my first thought was "wow, all of my friends dating scrappy white trash will have to rethink their tastes in tail".
Well you ain't lie about that. I have a few darkies(yes I said it) as friends and tell them to watch there dealings with the ghetto women.

I'm not racist either. I hate everyone equally, not to mention I'm a darky myself. Race means nada to me.
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I bet if HE had been the one to call 911 it woulda been alright.
That sucks the police usually side with the woman even though I've seen some overly wimpy men and some real scary women!
He needs to get with a non-psycho girl who has not lost her right to guns and just keep them all in her name.

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I bet if HE had been the one to call 911 it woulda been alright.
That sucks the police usually side with the woman even though I've seen some overly wimpy men and some real scary women!
He needs to get with a non-psycho girl who has not lost her right to guns and just keep them all in her name.

Unfortunately, even if they were in her name, all he could do was look at them when she was present. Have to be kept in a locked area/ safe that he couldn't access. Constructive possession is plenty to charge with a violation. The federal government has plenty of lawyers that spent plenty of time and plenty of tax dollars to prevent someone from "back dooring" a statute.
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Unfortunately, even if they were in her name, all he could do was look at them when she was present. Have to be kept in a locked area/ safe that he couldn't access. Constructive possession is plenty to charge with a violation. The federal government has plenty of lawyers that spent plenty of time and plenty of tax dollars to prevent someone from "back dooring" a statute.
Guess I'm not surprised at that. I just remember my little tiny mom having a concealed weapons permit so my dad could keep his gun in the car when we went places. He got in some trouble when he was 18-21. Never a DV charge.
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Well, duder can still have black powder toys, at least. I hear this differs in some nazi-esque, so look that up before loading up.

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Re: muzzleloaders- maybe. Some states exempt them, some do not. If you have a Federal disability (felon, DV, etc) FEDERAL law does not permit 209 primed muzzleloaders- a 209 primer is considered ammunition, while a #11 percussion cap is not (Hey- I don't write the crap, I just read it) Georgia, among other states, will not permit a felon to possess a muzzleloader. Virginia does, but a felon may not possess black powder. This is why the Digest of State Firearms Laws that the ATF sends with your FFL is a freaking inch and a half thick. Start with the Fed laws, but be sure to read state as well.

FWIW- I have a stepbother, that due to INCREDIBLY bad judgement in his youth, is a bow hunter. Sucker gets a deer opening day every year. But no guns.

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C3Shooter- Good catch on the 209 Primer black powder clause. That is something that not many people are aware of.

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C3Shooter- Good catch on the 209 Primer black powder clause. That is something that not many people are aware of.
I didn't know that one. I wonder, would the local constabulary know it?
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I didn't know that one. I wonder, would the local constabulary know it?
I am guessing not. I get calls from Border Patrol all the time because they run across migrants in possession of black powder firearms. It's not a common knowledge thing.

I suppose someone could ask BATF, since they're the experts. But then again, two weeks ago I watched a senior agent and three "underlings" debate over whether or not they could seize a firearm from a vehicle without a search warrant or consent...
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