reply to post by CrypticSouthpaw
Well, this was to be expected. Im expecting all these bills to be voted out of committee, and then will see the Senate floor problably atleast by
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's prospects for winning near-universal background checks for gun purchases seemed shaky as the Senate
Judiciary Committee prepared for Congress' first votes on curbing firearms since December's horrific shootings at a Connecticut elementary
Meh, dosent look like anything that will affect us gun owners will pass. Heck, the universal background check is having trouble, and they are still
trying for an AWB? Here's my view on the bills that'll be voted out of committee today.
Cracking down on illegal firearms trafficking - I support passing this bill, and think it will definantly pass.
More security in schools - 100% behind this.
As for the "high cap" magazine ban (I call them standard capacity magazines), the universal background checks, and the horrible AWB - No. Just No.
100% no to the magazine ban, 100% no to the AWB. For the background checks,,,,why not just open up NICS to private sellers? If a private seller wants
to use what an FFL uses for a backgound check, then let them.
edit on 7-3-2013 by buni11687 because: (no reason given)