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Is the JPFO reliable?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by monotonous_iterancy, May 15, 2013.

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  1. monotonous_iterancy

    monotonous_iterancy Member

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    Can someone please show me a source for gun control under Mao? JPFO cites the "act of Febuary 20, 1951" and the "act of Oct. 22, 1957". Yet I can't find any sources of these. Surely they wouldn't be make this up would they?

    I ask because I was reading about gun control in other counties, and I was curious about China. I figured that there had to have been plenty of firearms from WWII, yet today, they have almost total control.

    So I decided to learn how this could be, and one of the first things I found was a link to a pro-Mao propaganda author (not worth linking to), who made excuses and used ridiculous logic, claiming that we lie, and communist China actually respected civillian firearms (which I'm pretty sure is a flat-out lie). He claimed that the JPFO had no source, and I thought it would be easy to debunk. To my suprise, I've found no immediate source. Can someone please prove this person wrong?
     
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  2. RON in PA

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    I don't have an answer for you, but have you contacted JPFO directly?
     
  3. Blackstone

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    There are no civilian guns in China.
     
  4. monotonous_iterancy

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    I never thought of that. That's an option.
     
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