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I have to agree with what the White House and the NRA president agreed on Thursday about stricter and thoroughly screen people who buy locally and especially at gun shows. I also agree on capping hi-cap 30+ AR-15mags but people clearly don't seen that the hi-caps are just accessories to AR-15's and that without getting rid of the AR's there's no point in getting rid of the hi-caps. They go hand in hand like batteries in a remote.
Seriously? I may be saying something I shouldn't and I hope I don't upset the mods, but dude, go away.
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So Tack, are you ready to go to war against the freely elected government over the gunshow loophole?
You are starting to annoy me sir. I am sorry if that is too forward, but I feel your only reason for visiting this site is to stir sh! T.
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I am ready to say NO to any unconstitutional infringement upon the bill of rights.
I am ready to ignore any executive order regarding the 2nd Amendment.

Whether or not that means "go to war" is not up to me. It is up to the sworn peace officers serving at both the State and Federal Levels.

Their actions will determine where this goes...and if they know anything about the founding of this Nation and the true intent of the Second Ammendment, then they already know the consequence of choosing poorly.

...as I've stated before...Defence of liberty is ALWAYS the right couse of action, regardless of the uniform worn by the oppressor.

Now...with all that said, is tomorrow the time to act? No, it's not. Anything the POTUS pukes out over the airwaves will ultimately amount to nothing more than him, bestowing upon himself, a verbal hand job.

The Press will fawn over it...Chain will feel a "thrill" run up his leg, and the rest of us will sit back and enjoy watching the Adolescent in Chief get taken apart by Judicial and Political scholars for the glaringly obvious overreach we all expect him to attempt.

Everyone who's followed my posts knows that the time to act is when faced with mandatory registration...and the course of action is to simply NOT register.

Any action after that is up to each individual...but at least they will still have the choice...to stand or kneel.

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Seriously? I may be saying something I shouldn't and I hope I don't upset the mods, but dude, go away.
Seriously buddy, this freedom of speech and such is given to all and if you personally don't like it then I kindly suggest that you take your personal opinion about me, whom you don't know personally, and go to another thread. Thank you.

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I have to agree with what the White House and the NRA president agreed on Thursday about stricter and thoroughly screen people who buy locally and especially at gun shows. I also agree on capping hi-cap 30+ AR-15mags but people clearly don't seen that the hi-caps are just accessories to AR-15's and that without getting rid of the AR's there's no point in getting rid of the hi-caps. They go hand in hand like batteries in a remote.
Everytime you give into the antis on anything without a fight they see this as weakness. It simply encourages them to come right back with more demands. It has happened time after time in the past. Concede NOTHING.
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I have to agree with what the White House and the NRA president agreed on Thursday about stricter and thoroughly screen people who buy locally and especially at gun shows. I also agree on capping hi-cap 30+ AR-15mags but people clearly don't seen that the hi-caps are just accessories to AR-15's and that without getting rid of the AR's there's no point in getting rid of the hi-caps. They go hand in hand like batteries in a remote.
OEF...

I must ask what you think can be accomplished with stricter background checks and magazine capacity restrictions?

...and I must also ask how long you've been following this debate?

Your response will shed some light on your thinking and allow me to decide if I'm debating an open minded gun owner or an anti gun troll...no offense mind you, but you are a newly minted member and we've had a rash of that sort lately.

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I see no point in civi's owning assault rifles be it American or Russian made. They should only be in the hands of peace officers and military personal ( paramilitary or militia are not in consideration on this point) there have been TOO many deaths. The Hi-caps for AR-15's and stricter background checks don't diminish the right to lever action, bolt action, semi auto shotguns, pump action, double barrel or even black powder rifles. I don't see how getting rid of the deadliest category in this lot "tramples" on the right to bear arms when there are plenty of other rifles AND pistols to own. Just saying. Thanks

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Seriously buddy, this freedom of speech and such is given to all and if you personally don't like it then I kindly suggest that you take your personal opinion about me, whom you don't know personally, and go to another thread. Thank you.

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You come to a forum, which I would venture to say you joined today, and insinuate getting rid of the most popular semi auto sporting rifle out there. How about while we give up our rights to bear arms we throw the entire constitution out the window too? The second amendment is the only one that guarantees the others. Without it the government will do as it pleases. With out it u would not have the freedom if speech you talked about. The 2nd was put in place to fight tyranny in the government, if it came down to it would you want an ar15 with a 30 round mag or your daddy's rabbit gun? Did you honestly think that coming to this site and saying what u said you would be graced with open arms and raised in the air as a hero and philosopher? There are other sites you can go to and talk about how my evil black gun is the reason people are murdered every year...I hear www.senator Feinstein.com is a good one jk
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Btw I own only two rifles. Both .30-06 both only for hunting and target shooting. I also live in Canada and have been on this forum for a month, I just tend NOT to be a gun forum troll and argue with every person who is new and expresses a difference in opinion.

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I have to agree with what the White House and the NRA president agreed on Thursday about stricter and thoroughly screen people who buy locally and especially at gun shows. I also agree on capping hi-cap 30+ AR-15mags but people clearly don't seen that the hi-caps are just accessories to AR-15's and that without getting rid of the AR's there's no point in getting rid of the hi-caps. They go hand in hand like batteries in a remote.
I don't see you as a troll. I am also fine with Executive Action that will actually enforce existing laws, I disagree about the magazine cap and potential AWB though. I would like to know what your reasoning is for choosing 30+, why not 20, if 20 why not 10, if 10 why not 7, if 7 why not 5, if 5 why not 1, if 1 why not 0, slippery slope and all that. But seriously why is a capacity limit a positive thing, do you think that crime will be reduced or bad guys will kill less if they use 10 round mags instead of 30? A 100 round drum I personally believe would be more of a hindrance to a criminal because they are heavy as heck when loaded, it would slow people down.

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Everytime you give into the antis on anything without a fight they see this as weakness. It simply encourages them to come right back with more demands. It has happened time after time in the past. Concede NOTHING.
That type of attitude is no better than someone who keeps demanding more.
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