posted on Nov, 26 2012 @ 03:22 PM
Originally posted by neo96
reply to post by littled16
So for the Democrats who own guns I have a couple of questions:
Do you all think it is ok to make people wait 6 months for a silencer?
Do you think it is ok for government to tell you how many rounds your guns can hold,what it looks like, and how many rounds it can fire with the pull
of a trigger?
For those class 3 weapons having to waiting months to get approval to get a full auto and paying 200 bucks ontop of the already thousands of dollars
for that weapon??
And then should there be a limit on how many rounds of ammo can be bought online?
edit on 26-11-2012 by neo96 because: (no reason given)
Since there technically isnt any such thing as a "silencer" as propelled into our imaginations by hollywood the question is somewhat moot. On the
flip side, as someone who was in the 10th mountain div. I think suppressors are cool as hell and would love to have one on every weapon in my safe. I
think a 6 month wait is kind of excessive as long as everything else is in order and your stamps/permits are up to date.
All of my guns only hold one round in the chamber so I'm not quite sure I follow the 1st part here. As to what my guns look like, no i find the the
fear mongering over "military" looking weapons is just that, fear mongering. as to what looks like a question on semi vs full auto... I have no
issues with my semi auto rifles. and you can legally buy a fully auto rifle or machine gun. as long as it was made before 1986 and you have the
appropriate permits and paperwork filed.
As for ammo limits online, I go to a lot of gunshows and don't see a huge difference between buying supplies there as opposed to online. The only
issue I've ever run into online is due to living in NYS and we've got some wonky legislation regarding preban mags but no issues with ammo and I'd
like to see it stay that way personally.I've got enough preban mags in various caliber and configurationsto tide me over so it's not something I've
given a lot of thought to.
In the end as far as federal guidelines/legislation I've got no qualms. NY's gun laws are pretty overreaching and would like to see them dialed back
a notch. With that said, I live within an hour drive of Massachusettes which under Mitt Romney passed such insane gun laws that it made NY look like a
bastion of freedom. If you think he would've been in favor of less stringent legislation than Obama you're kidding yourself.
My 4 year old has been running in and out of the room jumping on my lap every 30 seconds so if I missed something or you want me to clarify something
further, just let me know.