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I've been marveling lately at the ingenuity of "da state" at keeping us at bay.
Years ago, I saw a Chris Rock special where he talked about his approach to "gun control" wherein he thought guns should be absolutely Free, but ammo should cost several Grand per round.
It appears someone was...
Anybody know anything about this?
Washington Court finds Confiscation Law Unconstitutional
I haven't seen anything anywhere on the news or media sources except the NRA-ILA site (not that I am surprised by that).
Is this a reversal of the 1639 trash that was passed awhile back?
From the article:
"Earlier this year, in a ruling of first impression in Washington State, the Kitsap County District Court decided that the state’s compulsory “firearm surrender” laws...
Everyone, I pretty much put it in the title. Just like before the planned WW2 invasion of Japan, has there ever
been a comprehensive, non-partisan, study of how many would be killed & wounded in an attempted, complete
gun confiscation in the U.S. ?
Rest assured that many would resist and...
Looks like he had a nice military gun collection that’s all. They he had Morters but nothing about if they were inert. Neighbors say “...
Not captitulating on any up coming laws just asking if storing an AR style rifle by seperating the upper and lower eliminated it from being considered an assault rifle. As long as they are not connected are they subject to any classification?