Assualt Pistol Ban?

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by A2theK, Aug 2, 2009.

  1. A2theK

    A2theK
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    I found this funny all the places it can't be shipped to. This sure looks like infringement to me!! They might as well ban matches and pipe of any sort there too. How did it get to this? I'll tell you - one step at a time

    http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/38209-1.html
     
  2. SheepDog223

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    They're made for murdering people and black powder is harmfull to the enviroment. :laugh: If these got out on the street just think of all the slayings that would occur. Maybe even a revolutionary war.:paranoid:
     
  3. Frog

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    Look on the bright side.

    Because it takes less than a 10 round magazine, it still can be shipped to California!

    :bluelaugh: and :( , but mostly :confused:

    Frog.
     
  4. SheepDog223

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    doesn't california have a ban on .50 cal?
     
  5. yotehunter

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    Haha thats true... Thats what i thought anyways.
     
  6. CEF1959

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    Anyone know the purported rationale for banning black powder guns? I understand the AWB and mag restrictions -- as ridiculous as they are, at least I understand them. But a single-shot black powder muzzle loader? I don't get that at all.
     
  7. Silver Fox

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    Well if you had 5 of those pre-loaded in a '64 Impala, that would be like a .50 cal AK pistol.

    I don't think this ban is really meant to fight crime but more of a confirmation to society that all guns are bad and to show the sheeple how powerful they the "gobber-mint" are.

    SF-
     

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