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An instaCheck success

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Rob96, Jul 24, 2003.

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  1. Rob96

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    the guys crime that triggered the warrant was "possession of an unlawful weapon" from neu jersey, which means in all likelyhood he had an unregistered assault fork. Hurrah for the instacheck

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    I like the fact that the system worked. I frequent this shop and see the street urchins that try to make purchases.
     
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    Aren't all weapons in NJ "unlawfull"?:rolleyes:

    That's the problem with these idiotic anti gun laws, it makes criminals out of law abiding citizens.

    If the Supreme Court ever does rule the 2nd means what it means, I hope they rule retroactivly that everyone ever convicted of a weapons charge, with no other criminal convictions, would get the convictions overturned automaticly.

    (Wow, long sentence. Probably gramaticly terrible.)


    Oh, I'm not gonna hold my breath for a rulling by SCOTUS.
     
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    atek, don't you mean he was "stockpiling" on his "compound" an
    unlicensed high-power assault fork with cop-killer ammo ? .:)

    ...lemme go check if the VPC has come up with any new buzzwords...
     
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    There's no content in the content.
     
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