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Beginning of Assault Weapons Ban

Discussion in 'Legal' started by IAJack, Nov 7, 2008.

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  1. IAJack

    IAJack Member

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    Well, guess they cannot even wait to get sworn in to start talking about it. Here comes the "Change"! For those of you that said it wouldn't happen here you go. This would mean no more black evil rifles for you or your grand kids. We will be luck if there is even a grandfather clause in it.

    This is from the office of the president Elect!

    http://change.gov/agenda/urbanpolicy/

     
  2. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    That was posted from the Campaign site well before the election and it was already posted in Activism with a link to the campaign website, so there's nothing new there.
     
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  3. KBintheSLC

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    Kinda old news... but frightening nonetheless.
     
  4. ZombieKiller

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    Do you guys think that they can nullify the grandfather clause at all in order to confiscate our guns?
     
  5. alistaire

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    Yes.
     
  6. 22-rimfire

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    They can put anything they want to in legislation. The anything usually affects whether or not it gets sufficient votes for passage or gets out of committee.

    I would not be surprised that we get some sort of registration requirement for those "terrible" assault rifles. Watch the news and makie your own preparations.
     
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