posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 03:28 PM
Right before I wrote this I spoke to one of our employees whose a DBA at our software company. Several years ago he became a reserve cop so he could
go around hassling people at 5'2 and get away with it I dunno.
A year after he joined the faux he ordered 3 stag ar15 rifles for him an his kids to shoot on the weekends.
Unlike the rest of California these rifles came brand new with 30 round magazines. They also came with standard magazine releases not the kind
requiring a tool like the rest of California.
He got no letter, no permit no authorization he simply showed his badge and bought them over the counter at a discount.
When the assault weapons bill comes back up the only thing that will change for him is nothing. He won't have to return them, he won't have to
register them. The only thing he will have to do is flash his badge if he ever shoots them at normal range.
He probably won't because he gets all kind of free speer gold dot ammo at the police ranges.
This next week at the Shot Show 2013 - thousands of industry professionals, contractors, security guards and others will come together to shop for the
most high tech personal defense and assault weapons on the planet - not many of them worries that they won't have access to these weapons in the
Theres nothing more to say about the hypocrisy of the people who make these laws that are protected by such weapons.
It's important to remember about anything firearms law related that it only applies to you and not them.
edit on 4-1-2013 by circuitsports
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