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Anti-Large Capacity Ammunition Feeding Device Act of 2007 (Introduced in House)

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Jake!, Apr 18, 2007.

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  1. Jake!

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    well, this didn't take very long

     
  2. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    (edited by user)Seriously. magazine capacity was not the problem they dont damn listen at all do they. :cuss: :cuss: :cuss: :banghead: :banghead: :cuss: :banghead: :fire: :fire: :fire:
     
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  3. ACP

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    Good reply, SoCalShooter. I'm sure the FBI is interested in your THR handle and your desire for the death a federal official. Brilliant. Keep up the good work representing all us crazy, hair-trigger, ultra-conservative gun nuts.

    That is to say, there's other ways of expressing the inanity of her proposal without resulting to death wishes and flaming, expletive-filled icons.

    Or not. Again, your choice. I think you made the wrong one.
     
  4. glockarmourer40517

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    there is a NEW report today , AGAIN SAYING that G18 9mm 33rd. Glock magazines were recovered off the body of the shooter.

    -----the report came from a "source" that was reported on the (anti-gun) MSNBC network.
    I reported this info a day ago, but there is now more confirmation of same....




    ------when that info fully comes out, it will strengthen the anti-gun scums case for hicap bans.

    which is WHY i bought over 200 AK47 mags and 40 handgun mags.
     
  5. Gun Wielding Maniac

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    People these days are so uptight.:rolleyes:
     
  6. Geno
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    Explain the difference:

    1) A woman purchases 500 rounds of 9mm and loads them into 33-round magazines.

    2) A woman purchases 500 rounds of 9mm and loads them into 17-round magazines.

    3) A woman purchases 500 rounds of 9mm and loads them into 10-round magazines.

    What difference does it make? None whatsoever. It takes less than 1 second to change a magazine. Note that I used a woman in the example. I'm an equal-opportunity blamer. :neener:

    This bill will not pass. In closing, please edit any post that is not THR quality. We don't need hyper-reactive, and unprofessional posts. It makes us look foolish and imprudent. Furthermore, and simply stated, it is not The High Road.
     
  7. Autolycus

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    I dont know about that.
     
  8. LawBot5000

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    Wishing death upon someone isnt a crime. Now if multiple users agreed that THEY were going to CAUSE her death, that would be over the line. If I remember correctly, federal conspiracy jurisprudence tracks the common law and doesnt require an affirmative act towards the completion of the conspiracy, but it still requires agreement and intent to cause an illegal act to take place.

    You can even advocate the killing of officials and the overthrow of the US government so long as you do it as part of expounding a system of belief. For example, communism requires the overthrow of all governments but unless you actually conspire to carry this out, you havent crossed the line.

    As a caveat, I would warn everyone that this sort of speech is definitely close enough to the line that someone not careful and knowledgable could EASILY put themselves afoul of the law. It is sort of like putting your hand just far enough inside the lion's cage to agitate it, but not so far that it can actually get a grip and pull you through the bars. Not the sort of game you play if you want to die an old man.
     
  9. LawBot5000

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    And no, this wont pass. McCarthy would win a lifetime achievement award from the republicans for returning control of both houses to them again.

    Gun control is a consistent winner whenever the democrats run with it. The problem is that it isnt them that does the winning.
     
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    Id rather see antigunners exposed before their peers:D or their foolishness redirected at some other aspect that could actually work for everyone besides criminals.


    Theyve been trying to get the expired awban or its parts, restarted since its sunset,this effort on their part is no surprise and their lack of knowledge is understandable as well.They cant see the trees for the forest.
     
  11. Jim K

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    Of course it was introduced quickly. I wonder if it was already written and ready to go, just waiting word that the Brady Campaign's poster boy had started shooting.

    Jim
     
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    As the Governor stated today about anyone who brings up gun control and changing laws in this grieving period,

    "I have nothing but loathing for them!"

    Wow! And that was from a Democrat governor!!! Hello! This bill isn't going anywhere. This Governor and others intend to let the steel cool. The old strike-while-the-steel-is-hot...it's past mentality.
     
  13. kcmarine

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    Saying that anyone should die is not The High Road.


    I mean, with exceptions. UBL should be with :evil: .


    I know that McCarthy is a gun banning, freedom- hating liberal, but she's still a human being.

    Keep it real, guys.
     
  14. Reddbecca

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    Death wishes aside, this thing has little chance of passing.
     
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    from what I have heard today on CNN and fox news, it sounds like the raging liberals will be introducing laws, but most dems dont want their names attached to gun control laws right now. As one senator was quoted (cant remember who) "When I mention gun control to other members of congress, I am told, that their main goal is not gun control, and if they were to endorse a gun control bill they would most probably not get re-elected." she then went on to say "and that is probably true"

    We shall see where everyone falls on this and other gun control issues, but the fact is that I have NEVER seen such middle of the road commentary on the news about guns, it seems like hell has frozen over for the moment....:what: Of course HR1022 still has many signers soooo it remains to be seen...
     
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    I agree. Did you guys get a chance to see the interview with mcarthy? She has no idea what the function of a barrel shroud is. I fail to see why anyone takes her seriously when she does not know what she is talking about.
     
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    after reading this ladys bills I am dumbfounded as to who the hell is writing these for her, cause she is dumber then a box of rocks yet there are many big words in all her bills.
     
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    The killer had a Glock 19, not a select fire Glock 18.
     
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    Don't take this as an acceptance of any new anti-gun laws....but if all they do is re-instate that dopey assault weapons/hi-cap ban we had before.....well, it could be a lot worse.
     
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    This should encourage us all to actively fight all gun bills that come down the line. with more balanced media coverage and those pro-gun dems that got elected making good on their promise, we should turn the heat up, we have the anti-s on the run. we definitely dont want to sit back and hope for the best.
     
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    As a follow up to my previous post:
    While I still cant find the transcript of that part of the interview on the net, here is what CNN said regarding the reasons why this is the case:

    If we keep doing this, we may actually be able to keep some of our rights
     
  22. illspirit

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    I had an idea, not sure if anyone else has thought of it, or if it would be stupid.

    What if we made a video of someone making a quick-and-dirty "high capacity" magazine using a chunk of sheet metal, some tin snips, and the follower/floor plate from a factory mag? Obviously, it wouldn't be pretty or safe, but in theory one could make something functional enough for a criminal's throwaway gun in a matter of minutes.

    Then post the video to YouTube and everywhere else, so as to educate people just how utterly useless a mag ban would be. What's McCarthy going to do then? Ban sheet metal and hand tools? :neener:

    Or would they just flip it on us and try to ban all guns since magazines of any size could be made for all of them? And if they did, would it really be a bad thing to draw them into the open and make them admit what they really want?
     
  23. Daniel T

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    Read this thing carefully.

    Words don't fail me, but I'm not going to use the particular ones that come to mind.

    This is an "assault weapon" BAN. A real one. The "large capacity blah-blah-blah" BS is a smoke screen.
     
  24. alucard0822

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    my thoughts exactly

    If we put out a video of homemade hicap mags, it would feed into the BS that they kill more people deader than reduced caps. and as a "manufacturer" would be subject to the 10 years in prison.

    We need to fight and fight hard with the truth, the reps already know gun control has lost them elections, and has become taboo for all but the most liberal reps, we should work to make it political suicide.
     
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