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Possible Loophole in I-594

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by TheBillyReb, Nov 5, 2014.

  1. TheBillyReb

    TheBillyReb Wenatchee Member

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  2. Diamondback

    Diamondback A cold, wet green Hell Well-Known Member

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    There's also the DIY Loophole... 594 only talks about "transfers", I don't see one word about CREATION of your own from PCR's.

    Suck on THAT, Nick the Dick!
     
  3. U201491

    U201491 Well-Known Member

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    Why broadcast it ?
    Keep things like that off the radar as long as possible. Now they will begin to close it .
     
  4. Diamondback

    Diamondback A cold, wet green Hell Well-Known Member

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    So how do we prove to the Dumb bubblegum Masses that Gun Control is not just unConstitutional and unAmerican, but simply IMPRACTICAL, a waste of time and money better spent dealing with other things?

    The reason Canada had to scupper their national gun registry was widespread in-your-face noncompliance, after all...
     
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  5. TheBillyReb

    TheBillyReb Wenatchee Member

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    Oops. Sorry.
     
  6. deen_ad

    deen_ad Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    < Why they don't have school shootings in Israel.
    Notice the long gun slung over the teachers shoulder?

    More to it than that: Cost them 100 times more than estimated, never used to solve a crime, hacked into and owners targeted for theft, maybe even some non-compliance thrown in.

    Deen
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    "Having a gun is like a parachute, if you need one and don't have it you may never need it again"
     
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  7. Steve M

    Steve M Beaverton, OR Well-Known Member

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    The requirement to get a background check for every purchase is one thing, but the "transfer" part of it is downright nasty. How about if all of your firearms were owned by a trust and then you put all of your family members and good buddies that you shoot and hunt with on the trust? Ownership is by the trust so people could be added or removed as needed without triggering a background check. This is how a lot of NFA weapons are being handled already to get around nasty rules on ownership and possession.
     
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    usagi Redmond Well-Known Member

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    no, it was ballooning costs which did it in. original estimate was $2m anually to run it. it ended up costing upwards of $2 billion, and had no supporting data to show it prevented any crime.
     
  9. U201491

    U201491 Well-Known Member

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    Then they can cluster screw ya like they did in the UK. And will try to do here.
    Keeping things as isolated and unknown as possible is always the best tactic.
    Keep all things that way.
     
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