Latest gun control bill

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by armedandsafe, Mar 29, 2013.

  1. kumabear17

    kumabear17
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    Don't like it and guess most - it should be all - of us here won't either. Obviously the two dimwit witches from Washington will vote for it. I hope the Republicans don't fall, but have my doubts. Our last hope will be the House. Thank God for Rand Paul, Lee, Cruz and Rubio.
     
  2. Simonpie

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    Well this is closing the barn door a bit too late:


    SEC. 207. Limitation on operations by the
    Department of Justice.





    The Department of Justice, and any of its law
    enforcement coordinate agencies, shall not conduct any operation where a Federal
    firearms licensee is directed, instructed, enticed, or otherwise encouraged by
    the Department of Justice to sell a firearm to an individual if the Department
    of Justice, or a coordinate agency, knows or has reasonable cause to believe
    that such an individual is purchasing on behalf of another for an illegal
    purpose unless the Attorney General, the Deputy Attorney General, or the
    Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division personally reviews and
    approves the operation, in writing, and determines that the agency has prepared
    an operational plan that includes sufficient safeguards to prevent firearms from
    being transferred to third parties without law enforcement taking reasonable
    steps to lawfully interdict those firearms.
     
  3. Selfdestructo

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    I don't understand the part about transfers. If this thing passes will it be legal to go out on BLM land and fire off a few rounds then hand my gun to a friend to fire a few? That's not a shooting range, or a home and we are not hunting. Looks like it might be ok if your friend was a prospective buyer of the gun. What a bunch of BS!
     
  4. del_and_bones

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    It's poorly written for the above reasons, except section 207, and it then goes on to create more government control to regulate safety on college campuses. This thing needs to be stopped. Those who have been writing and calling their reps and senators, thank you. Those who haven't, WAKE UP AND GET MOVING!
     
  5. Caveman Jim

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    From what I read the AG would then bribe states to turn over all info of gun owners...
     
  6. Norm0931

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    “(3) REQUIRED CONSULTATION.—In developing the final advisory school safety guidelines under this subsection, the interagency task force shall consult with stakeholders and interested parties, including parents, teachers, and agencies.”

    Apparently students opinions don't actually matter about campus safety issues...
     
  7. fuhr52

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    Non of the gun grabbing bills have to make any sense nor do they need to stop violent crime. They only have to show the low information voter that they care enough to do something. That buys votes.
     
  8. captqc

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    The only way to stop this crap is to vote these fools out of office!!!
     
  9. OLDNEWBIE

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    The takers aren't going to vote Santa out of office. Freebies and the rest of it trump the Constitution. They'll miss it when it's gone though.
     

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