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Old 08-14-2013, 08:47 PM   #21
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Well, can we send the SF Police Chief and the

75 YO prancing g-string drag queen to

Mexico?
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The saddest part I that the B.S going on there is spreading to the rest of California. 3 of the biggest gun grabbers are from there and Sacramento. Some of the bills they are proposing are the most ignorant laws I have ever heard of. I need to move!!!!
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Old 08-15-2013, 04:07 AM   #23
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Just because many flaming gay/bi/lez/trans people live in that State doesn't have anything to do with it being the way it is politically.

My best-friends roommate has a pair of breasts on him that are more then likely larger and well formed then most people this forums wives and girlfriends that are real women. And HE is pro-gun.
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The S.F. COP is a unmitigated Tool. I had a friend who was a S.F. Motor Sgt. when he retired he got the hell outta Dodge.
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Just because many flaming gay/bi/lez/trans people live in that State doesn't have anything to do with it being the way it is politically.

My best-friends roommate has a pair of breasts on him that are more then likely larger and well formed then most people this forums wives and girlfriends that are real women. And HE is pro-gun.
A dude with a set of t!ts? He ought to carry a gun.
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Old 08-15-2013, 05:47 AM   #26
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The EU passed a bill, that all EU member countries mus implement a national firearm registration database.

After the school shooting in Winnenden in 2009, the german government pushed to get that database finished before the deadline set by the EU.

On Jan. 1st this year the database went live.
Yesterday one of the police unions issued a press release stating, that the firearm database is fullof mistakes and can`t be used in the way it was meant for.
Adresses of the firearmowners are wrong, firearms have been registered wrongly, caliber data was put in wrong.
Sold firearms havn`t been assigned to the new owner, etc.

Such a database is a pile of Sh_t. It didn`t work in Canada and it dosn`t work in Germany.
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It only works for confiscation purposes and creating a new "agency" to oversee it.
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Here's a thought. If you bought your guns through a licensed dealer, then you have recorded a background check for the purpose of purchasing a weapon. The dealer must retain record of that sale inclusive of make and serial number. Now, if it is true the Feds can record every telephone call and read every email, don't you think they could determine which guns you purchased, from where, and when? Now do they know if you still own them, or if you own any purchased "off the grid?" Nope. Do you require & record data on a bill of sale when you transfer a gun privately? I do. Why? Because I see legitimate purchases I make from a gun dealer as an informal registration. If a weapon I sell or trade is ever used at a later date for criminal purposes, I want to be able to show I don't own it and to whom it was transferred.
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Here's a thought. If you bought your guns through a licensed dealer, then you have recorded a background check for the purpose of purchasing a weapon. The dealer must retain record of that sale inclusive of make and serial number. Now, if it is true the Feds can record every telephone call and read every email, don't you think they could determine which guns you purchased, from where, and when? Now do they know if you still own them, or if you own any purchased "off the grid?" Nope. Do you require & record data on a bill of sale when you transfer a gun privately? I do. Why? Because I see legitimate purchases I make from a gun dealer as an informal registration. If a weapon I sell or trade is ever used at a later date for criminal purposes, I want to be able to show I don't own it and to whom it was transferred.
So you record sales but from what I understand of your approach it would not make sense to record purchases. Would that be correct or am I off base?
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Registration is only effective for one purpose - confiscation.
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