I am not, by nature, a violent person. For most of my life I haven't owned a firearm, and although I used one in the US Army, I left it in the arms
room after I was done. The point here is that guns and the right to bear them is not a luxury, but a necessity. The founding fathers could see down
the road pretty far, and we need to make sure and remain vigilant so we don't drop the ball on our watch. Giving up our right to arm ourselves
proportionate to the force exerted by our government is not only a right, but an obligation.
And now a few words from Chuck.
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Yes it has but always good to keep posting to keep people aware. That being said, everything on that site contradicts itself if it wasn't so serious
it's would actually be funny. It says ar 15 platform is banned pretty much then goes on to say to register it with the state police. Then the issue
of ammo purchase even for 1 20 round box of ammo you will be subjected to standing in line for a background check and if it's anything like the long
gun check your looking at filling out a 2 sided form then a phone call that takes between 15 and 30+ minutes depending on call volume, then the
disclaimer on the bottom of the page: its not to be used as legal advice and the toll free number staffed by people who have no answers to give. This
is the state website to explain the law!!!!
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