Originally posted by dominicus
Originally posted by DaMod
Anyone else find it disturbing that antiques and hunting guns are on this list?
Assault weapons ban my rear end.. This is a gun grab.edit on 2-1-2013 by DaMod because: (no reason given)
YEah if they pass this, then it's an outright gun grab. They'll have to train ATF, sheriffs', and local police stations on gong door to door based on the registrations of Gun owner's info, and grabbing the guns one by one.
If they did it all once, I think people might rebel, but if they go door to door, one by one then I don't hink gun owner's would resist
Originally posted by MisterMaster
New York also has 6 Gun Control Bills pending for vote on January 9th. I started a thread on those in the Politics forum.
Basically forces registration of all centerfire and rimfire shotguns and rifles. Also speaks of curbing straw purchases based on the word of only the highschool graduate behind the counter selling the firearm. If they suspect you are a straw purchaser, dealers will be required to contact LE and will deny you the sale.
Pfft...I cannot wait, I have nothing left to lose and Im about to lose it.
Originally posted by CALGARIAN
Chicago is gun crime capital of the US and I think they said 95% was with hand guns.
Originally posted by USVET
As a SF and Marine Vet I took an oath to uphold the constitution against all ENEMIES FORIEGN AND DOMESTIC..... an oath I took very serious as well as thousands of my brothers!! I will stand by my convictions as my forefathers did and if necessary will die by those convictions. As for those I love if I fail to stand by those convictions when things get tuff or when tyranny comes knocking at our doors then I do not deserve their respect or love. Our forefathers sacrificed everything for their beliefs and I believe me and all vets in America will do the same... for together we are strong... SEMPER FI!!!
in Chicago they have all guns banned and in 2012, there 506 deaths by guns
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by dominicus
Yeah, I can't argue that. Add a bounty program starting a $500 cash on the spot for information leading to the siezure of a firearm. When that starts to run out? $1,000. When that dries up? $10,000 per gun recovered from a citizen tip, Indeed, there are ways this can work by playing the greed of citizens off on each other. No door kicking as a wide spread random confiscation program necesary. Just one run at a time on citizen tips.