New Arizona Gun Law Signed, Nobody Notices

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  1. titsonritz

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    over and out
     
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  2. Caveman Jim

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    These people who oppose this kind of legislation are typical liberals. If they don't like what is going on in their state why not just move to a state that has tough gun laws & high crime? I'll help load em up!!!
     
  3. Father of four

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    I like Gov. Jan Brewer. If she ran for The President of The United States I would seriously consider voting for her. Especially if Hilliary was also running.
     
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  4. drew

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    Maybe Mexico instead of another state.
     
  5. SBC97281

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    Arizona has many very rational gun laws and some amazing activists. This is the organization through which many of them work:
    ARIZONA CITIZENS DEFENSE LEAGUE.
     
  6. Stomper

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    The county supervisor may have survived getting shot in the buttocks, but obviously a good portion of her brains leaked out before they got the hole sewed shut.

    :rolleyes:
     
  7. BigStick

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    I wonder if the private entities buying the guns would have additional restrictions/hoops to jump through if they are actually buying the guns themselves and not just handing them over to the police to be destroyed?

    I like the sounds of this law. It only makes sense for the police to make their money back, and there is no reason to destroy some of the history that gets turned in. This could even be turned into a fundraiser for broke PDs to fund new equipment or more officers. All it takes is one good specimen to be turned in and you could buy a new squad car after selling it to a dealer.
     
  8. yotehunter

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    This is one reason I am glad I moved to AZ.
     

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