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The End is near :bangheadonwall:

Randy
No sir.  But the fight is growing. On both sides.

First I will say that I hope I am wrong, but most of America is getting a 24 hour blitz , that guns are bad, there are too many of them and that to protect your children, you must do something to ban guns. High school and college kids have already been brain washed into believing that crap. The last time I went to Mississippi to visit my previously conservative Republican family, I got lambasted from all of them that the NRA is evil and we have to get rid of all the guns.  I was pretty much blown away by their change of heart. If they can be turned, it's only a matter of time until the 2nd Amendment is history.

 :frown:
Randy
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Although I don't count anything out I believe that the proposed legislation, by the time it gets to the floor for a vote, will not look anything like the original. I believe that some type of what the politicos and talking heads call "common sense" gun control measures will be passed. Trump has said the bump stock ban is coming and I believe binary triggers are probably next.
One of my fears is that they will come after manufactured ammo like they did cigarettes. Place enough tax and fees on it until people, like members here, that are into shooting sports will no longer enjoy it because of cost. Sure reloading is an option but some people don't have the space for that.
Washington State seems to be leading the charge right now with their recent classification of all semi auto long guns as "assault rifles" along with banning hi cap magazines. So if you live there I guess your 10/22 is now an assault weapon.
Yup.  It's coming. 

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Although I don't count anything out I believe that the proposed legislation, by the time it gets to the floor for a vote, will not look anything like the original. I believe that some type of what the politicos and talking heads call "common sense" gun control measures will be passed. Trump has said the bump stock ban is coming and I believe binary triggers are probably next.
One of my fears is that they will come after manufactured ammo like they did cigarettes. Place enough tax and fees on it until people, like members here, that are into shooting sports will no longer enjoy it because of cost. Sure reloading is an option but some people don't have the space for that.
Washington State seems to be leading the charge right now with their recent classification of all semi auto long guns as "assault rifles" along with banning hi cap magazines. So if you live there I guess your 10/22 is now an assault weapon.

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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Dom's Turn .
« Last post by DCD327 on Yesterday at 03:49:14 PM »
Happy belated Birthday Dom.  :wave1:
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requires that all firearms made by private individuals since 1968 be taken to an FFL and have a serial number assigned to them for a fee and more

Good luck enforcing that one.
Here's how it gets enforced. You're hunting with the weapon and a game warden shows up. You're traveling to or from the range and you get pulled over in the police officer checks the weapon. Your wife or someone calls in a domestic violence call and the cops show up in the house and seize your firearms.

After any of the above occurs, you go to federal jail

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They'll be building lots of jails then.
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requires that all firearms made by private individuals since 1968 be taken to an FFL and have a serial number assigned to them for a fee and more

Good luck enforcing that one.
Here's how it gets enforced. You're hunting with the weapon and a game warden shows up. You're traveling to or from the range and you get pulled over in the police officer checks the weapon. Your wife or someone calls in a domestic violence call and the cops show up in the house and seize your firearms.

After any of the above occurs, you go to federal jail

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requires that all firearms made by private individuals since 1968 be taken to an FFL and have a serial number assigned to them for a fee and more

Good luck enforcing that one.
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way too many folks ate up with the apathy bug these days.
they don't understand that if you can't transport it, or
use it at the range, or have it at the lease where the
G. warden is subject to check everyone, or use it to
defend your home and family, it's useless,
and you might as well have a safe full of cinder blocks
for all the good your AR's would do.
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Dom's Turn .
« Last post by Domineaux on Yesterday at 01:25:00 PM »
Thanks everyone!
They tell me I'm now 40, but I can't believe it. Supposedly, you are only as old as you feel, so I figure I must be 50...at least when waking up.
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Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Re: Dom's Turn .
« Last post by Tango on Yesterday at 04:57:03 AM »
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lots of BDs this last quarter of the year.....happy day to you
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