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Military Personnel Ordered to Comply with Illegal Private Firearms Registration

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posted on May, 20 2009 @ 06:41 PM
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Military Personnel Ordered to Comply with Illegal Private Firearms Registration


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An alarming document sent to us by an Infantryman based out of Fort Campbell Kentucky shows that active duty military personnel are being secretly ordered to submit information to their Chain of Command on how many firearms they own privately, their location, as well of details of any Concealed Carry permits.

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posted on May, 20 2009 @ 06:41 PM
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Since the Department of Homeland Security now considers both active and inactive veterans as potential ' terrorists' , wnd.com... It doesn't surprise me that the military is requiring active personnel to provide information about privately owned firearms, along with any concealed carry permits. I believe that there will soon be a big push to disarm the American public soon. With the introduction of H.R. 2401 and the NICS , it is obvious that this will happen soon.

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posted on May, 20 2009 @ 07:03 PM
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There sure is a lot of talk and signals comming out of Washington that they mean to change the gun ownership landscape.

I am not worried, guns don't kill people, politicians kill people.

When they outlaw guns I am just going to start carrying a politician around with me. "Back off and give me your money or I swear I will let him talk"!



posted on May, 20 2009 @ 07:56 PM
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This isn't the first time something like this has happened in the military. Often times we'll get a commander who likes to take things into their own hands. A unit, company, etc. commanding officer can set their own policies for their command as long as they are lawful.
From the looks of this document it's only one for said company. As it refers directly to "Choppin' Soldiers" which is the name for the company's personnel.

Also just as often if you are newly/lower-level enlisted and if you own personal firearms that you have with yourself on base then the firearm(s) have to be stored in the armory with all of the other lovable things that go bang.

I personally haven't heard too many things on the wayside of the Army as a whole requiring this other than this alleged report.



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