posted on Feb, 22 2013 @ 08:08 PM
Taxing them out of reach of the average citizen would be an infringement, and hence unconstitutional, no? As would banning one gun or the other. That
would be infringing/encroaching on the rights of the people. Some may say that you don’t need an AR15, but that is not the point. The point is that
banning it would be an infringement. It would most likely signal the beginning of the end of the Second if it’s achieved. Once they have a precedent
of outlawing one type of gun, what’s to stop them trying to outlaw another, say shotguns or handguns? Before you know it, the only legal guns would
be spud and slug guns...
And I just saw the comment above regarding forcing owners to pay a very hefty liability insurance levy. That is also an infringement upon the average
citizen and should therefore be illegal to implement.
New York does seem to be the most aggressive in terms of gun laws and other liberty-snatching laws. Their leaders are also very outspoken on such
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