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Old 06-13-2012, 02:34 PM   #91
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Here is one of the most assinine, idiotic attempts to disguise gun registration ever conceived:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/47793431/ns/us_news-the_new_york_times/

To micro-stamp the serial number of the gun on the primers of the cartridges it fires. As if a perp who would murder someone would fail to grind the stamp off the firing pin of the stolen gun he would use... Or would fail to pick up the brass after the deed was done.

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Don't be fooled by the media and state governments saying they are looking into it. It's already being done. It's been in the works for years.
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Yeah, New York has been toying with this for some time. They already require a spent shell casing from every handgun sold in the state in older to help identify a gun used in a crime when a shell casing is found. This has been in effect for many years at pretty significant cost. At no time has the database of spent shell casings ever helped identify a handgun or been even remotely useful in solving a crime.

Microstamping would be no different. And the politicians pushing this (most of them, anyway) know this. This is a way to jack up the cost of firearms to dissuade people from buying them.
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Yeah, New York has been toying with this for some time. They already require a spent shell casing from every handgun sold in the state in older to help identify a gun used in a crime when a shell casing is found. This has been in effect for many years at pretty significant cost. At no time has the database of spent shell casings ever helped identify a handgun or been even remotely useful in solving a crime.

Microstamping would be no different. And the politicians pushing this (most of them, anyway) know this. This is a way to jack up the cost of firearms to dissuade people from buying them.
Yep. Plus it creates the illusion that they are "doing something about the guns", for the presumed naive public to get excited about. Pseudo-science at its best.

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Yeah, New York has been toying with this for some time. They already require a spent shell casing from every handgun sold in the state in older to help identify a gun used in a crime when a shell casing is found. This has been in effect for many years at pretty significant cost. At no time has the database of spent shell casings ever helped identify a handgun or been even remotely useful in solving a crime.

Microstamping would be no different. And the politicians pushing this (most of them, anyway) know this. This is a way to jack up the cost of firearms to dissuade people from buying them.
Wow, a stash of spent cases with identifying data. They must have a building the size of Fort Knox to store them in. And how would they expect to ever be able to compare all of them with a case found at a crime scene? But it would be a good way to keep a bunch of idiots busy, I guess. The trouble is, they would go to court claiming that the case matches the sample from the gun owned by the guy they want to frame for the crime.
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We have a situation right here in South Carolina that has trashed our primary election this year. There was some kind of paperwork that was supposed to have been turned in by the candidates in order to be on the ballot, but they didn't know about it until after the "deadline" had passed. So in today's primary there was only one candidate for each office - the incumbent. About 220 candidates were shut out of their chance.
Well folks, the results are in: The incumbents won. Also, the turnout for the primary was an all-time record low: 9%. Welcome to the People's Republik of South Karolina.
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BKT, I believe they finally suspended the Brass collection program because of what you have said, It never has been useful! What a shocker, crooks dont use legal guns to commit crimes, who'd a guessed that?

Next, they are planning on Killing supersized sodas in NYC, the scourge of humanity! If we could just get rid of all those pesky staircases people keep falling down, NY would be perfect!

Aiki, sounds like the incumbents rue the day in SC. SWhat a great system, add a clause that says nobody else can run! Perfect!!
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Next, they are planning on Killing supersized sodas in NYC, the scourge of humanity!
And milk and popcorn. (No, I'm not kidding.)
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BKT, I believe they finally suspended the Brass collection program because of what you have said, It never has been useful! What a shocker, crooks dont use legal guns to commit crimes, who'd a guessed that?

Next, they are planning on Killing supersized sodas in NYC, the scourge of humanity! If we could just get rid of all those pesky staircases people keep falling down, NY would be perfect!

Aiki, sounds like the incumbents rue the day in SC. SWhat a great system, add a clause that says nobody else can run! Perfect!!
Boss Hogg would be proud.
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