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Background checks, round two?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Solo, May 8, 2013.

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  1. RiverPerson

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    Any new gun regulations won't do anything to stop mass shootings. When the next one occurs, they'll say the new regs aren't strong enough and we will need more. It's just a downward spiral to eventual confiscation.

    I cannot stand these people that keep saying nobody wants to take our guns away. Yes they do. Politicians have stated this as their end goal. "We're just getting started" or "This is just the beginning."
    Not exact quotes, but similar.

    One law will lead to another.
     
  2. MagnunJoe

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    They actually think they can flip 5 senators who voted NO, the antis must know something we don't know. Be weary, my friends.
     
  3. TX1911fan

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    mrvco, this is EXACTLY the point. At present, it is impossible to know if any GUN has had a background check done with respect to it. The assumption is that if you bought a gun from a dealer, you got the bg check done, but if you bought it privately, you did not. If we are to go to UBC, that assumption can no longer be made. So, the government now realizes that in order to enforce UBC, they have to know which GUNS were subject to the UBC in order to know if the law is being complied with. Hence, they will come back after UBC passes and state that there is no way to enforce this law that "90% of the public wanted" unless we track every GUN. That is how we get a registry.
     
  4. Texshooter

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    Without Registration, how will they know about private transfers?

    The whole legislation is phoney as the pols pushing it.

    Nothing good can come from it, including the violation of Hippa laws.
     
  5. Deanimator

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    FFLs are subject to announced and unannounced record audits.

    You want that for EVERYBODY?
     
  6. GambJoe

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    Can we see the law first? Does it prohibit one to one sales between individuals? Would the new law say these checks would not be used for "further investigation" as Schumer put or to create a registry?

    Could it get by the Supreme court?
     
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