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Tracking Chips on All Guns

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by fredball, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. fredball

    fredball Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    Kentucky Trial Balloon: RFID Tracking Chips on All Guns Written by Gary North on September 132013 The Senate of the state of Kentucky wants to run an experiment. It has passed a bill that establishes a new law. As of January 1all gun owners in one city must bring in their guns. The police will attach a battery-powered chip that will track its whereabouts. The police will charge the gun owners for this service. Anyone who fails to do this could be fined or sent to jail. The city chosen is Winchester. You think the politicians are not sending a message? If there had been a Kentucky city called Glock they would have chosen it instead. If the politicians get away with thisit is expected that the program will be imposed in every county in the state. The preliminary report does not indicate that the governor has signed the bill into law. If this does not lead to protests in Kentucky gun-control lawmakers around the United States hope to get every state to impose this requirement. Then when confiscation day comes the police will know where every gun is other than those owned by criminals who will not register their guns. This is a trial balloon. The politicians will keep extending this law until they receive opposition sufficient to threaten their re-election. Continue Reading on national report.net
    Read more at Kentucky Trial Balloon: RFID Tracking Chips on All Guns : The Tea Party Economist

     
  2. Brutus57

    Brutus57 Skagit County Well-Known Member

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    I want to move to a city called M60! I hope Kentuckians stand up and recall this yahoo like those brave Coloradans.

    Brutus Out
     
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  3. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf SE Portland Well-Known Member

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    I'd bet fair money that this won't happen anywhere in Kentucky.
     
  4. unklekippy

    unklekippy In The Mountains Near Sprague River Well-Known Member

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    I don't care if or where it does or doesn't happen. Anyone that thinks I will bring my guns in and be charged to have my rights infringed upon is crazy as a bubblegumhouse rat.

    And if being a gun toting American is wrong by Socialist standards, I don't wanna be right by Socialist standards.
     
  5. solv3nt

    solv3nt Portland Well-Known Member

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    I want you guys to remove your head from (insert favorite location here), and think about this one for a minute....

    First, I could not find a HB or SB number for this. Second, how long does your cell phone battery last...? Try this, turn on your GPS, and leave it running until the battery dies. Ok, five minutes later... Ya, dead battery. This will never happen.
     
  6. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Kentucky........Get A ROPE!!!
     
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  7. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf SE Portland Well-Known Member

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    When you say "you guys", who are you talking about.. what are you talking about?
    Also, an RFID chip requires no power itself.. it's a passive "chip" and commonly and widely used everywhere for tracking purposes.
     
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  8. John H

    John H Whatcom County Well-Known Member

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  9. solv3nt

    solv3nt Portland Well-Known Member

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    "You guys" is anybody that thinks that GPS tracking will work.

    You are correct, RFID is a passive technology. However, the RFID circuit works only when there is an RFID receiver/transmitter in very close proximity. For example, RFID requires you to be within feet of the transmitter. Also, RFID does not have the ability to transmit location, since it is a passive chip.

    ***Source: I'm an electrical engineer
     
  10. John H

    John H Whatcom County Well-Known Member

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    Also if it were true, this a would be a retro active law, which is not legal.
     
  11. unklekippy

    unklekippy In The Mountains Near Sprague River Well-Known Member

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    So, we should be OK with the suggestion of this? And since we aren't OK with the suggestion, our heads are in our(insert favorite place)?

    Aren't you the guy that incorrectly tried to correct my grammar in the past? Why would you be correct now?
     
  12. solv3nt

    solv3nt Portland Well-Known Member

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    No, I don't correct people's grammar, unless you are referring to a sarcastic thread earlier, which I do believe that I was correct with. Also, where in my post did I even attempt to point out that your grammar was incorrect?
     
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  13. solv3nt

    solv3nt Portland Well-Known Member

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    This article is just as absurd as Lar's trying to convince me that the new "smart appliances" are going to be taken over by utility in order to shut off power to high energy users.
     
  14. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf SE Portland Well-Known Member

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    I was one of "the guys" that poo-poo'ed this posit/assertion, as I think everyone else did prior to your nonsensical and slanderous statement.
     
  15. solv3nt

    solv3nt Portland Well-Known Member

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    My mom has made the statement to me that she wants all guns destroyed, this is an absurd "suggestion" that has absolutely zero legal foundation in becoming a law. Do I have a problem with the suggestion, yes. However, this suggestion is far from reality, and we have far better things to worry about than mere suggestions.

    I do apologize for being harsh in my slanderous comment, my point was that we shouldn't be causing undue fear within the ranks.
     
  16. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf SE Portland Well-Known Member

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    No problem. As I thought was conveyed before your initial post, I think this is extreme folly.
     
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    drew OR Well-Known Member

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  18. AMProducts

    AMProducts Maple Valley, WA Jerk, Ammo Manufacturer Silver Supporter

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    Ok, if this was california trying to do this, I might believe it, kentucky? I'm calling :bsflag:
     
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    solv3nt Portland Well-Known Member

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  20. 308

    308 ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ Platinum Supporter Silver Supporter

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    "...by Gary North"

    The guy who told us how the world would end at Y2K. Hopefully he made a few million of his fear mongering.
     
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