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California set to ban most semi-auto rifles.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Zoogster, May 21, 2016.

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  1. Aragon

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    The decision for THOUSANDS was made long ago going back to the 2000 CA "assault rifle" mandatory registration were something between 5 and 10% complied.

    I suspect the compliance rate would be the same or lower this time. The HUGE different is that this time we're talking about MILLIONS of firearms and not merely tens of thousands.
     
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    Edited... to stay on the high road (in more ways than one).
     
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  3. Warp

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    They are probably those "I support the Second Amendment, but" people.
     
  4. 3GunEric

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    Not trying to be rude but why would any red-blooded American continue to reside in such a place? Sure you can stay and fight the good fight but it is too late to save that ship.

    I departed Maryland and never looked back. My decision was based on the hostile attitude toward gun owners and the crazy taxes. Seen Baltimore lately?

    It is not easy to relocate but once you have made the jump you can breath freedoms fresh air again.
     
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    I don't think that for a moment. And you misrepresented what I said, not the least of which, you evidently missed where I said "some places" in the state. Anyone who has lived there know there is a lot more to CA than the large metro areas.

    However, entire state is under the insane laws passed in Sacramento. And that is simple fact that cannot be escaped.

    Good luck waiting for things to get better with respect to the laws there. I wouldn't hold my breath. ;)
     
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  6. Warp

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    There are some people with legitimate reasons.

    And many people for whom staying is just easier and the restrictions are something they can deal with.
     
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    I'm in a county job, and have seven more years until I can retire. My son has already bugged out to Idaho, and he LOVES it there. He was raised very pro-2A, and says he feels like he can breath again.
     
  8. 9mmepiphany

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    I think we've drifted too far from the OP for this to be saved...we're not even discussing gun rights anymore
     
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