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It's started in NY - Refusing to Register Guns

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by usmarine0352_2005, Jan 27, 2013.

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  1. jamesbeat

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    Or send one of their own guys in to 'accidentally' fire a round into the air...
     
  2. Blakenzy

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    You are both right. There are a lot of things to consider. How can this be pulled off effectively? Brainstorming should start now. I can only imagine that certain guidelines must be agreed upon beforehand, and we will have to keep an eye out on each other, police ourselves, to weed out potential dumbasses or infiltrated police provocateurs.

    It is something that should only be considered if the courts fail to resolve the issue before the "grace period" expires.

    Just keep in mind that Freedom never was easy or cheap. How bad do you want it?
     
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    I've read all three of his books in this series. Interesting and quick reads, they all have something to say.
     
  4. gym

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    Perhaps an NRA card, and not bringing any guns to such a march, may be a start. If folks spend a few bucks to join the NRA, that should weed out the ones who aren't fo real.
    There should be a way to fast track a person so they can join and have a receipt to join the protest. This way it keeps out anti's "I don't think they would join the opposition just to go to a march". Either that or have men "or leo's" do a quick check on everyone coming in, "like a gun show". Just preliminary thoughts, open to ideas. An accident would make everyone look stupid, we sure don't need or want that.
    Probablly the only way to prevent it is not to have our guns.
     
  5. Gun Wielding Maniac

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    It takes absolutely no balls to march with an NRA card.

    We need something firm and impressive. Something awe-inducing. 500,000 people with arms in their hands would leave an impression. I think agent's provacatuer would be a problem, but one that is manageable. You'd need to have the group strongly disciplined before hand as to what to do if someone is seen doing something reckless.
     
  6. jamesbeat

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    Marching with guns would just set it in the minds of the antis that there was a whole 'army' of 'NRA Nuts' with 'assault weapons' out there who must be stopped.

    Remember, they just don't hate guns, they hate gun owners.

    They fear guns. Parading around with them might have the opposite effect than what was intended.
     
  7. Gun Wielding Maniac

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    Let them fear. What differance does their hostility make? They already hate you.

    And hell, you've got an army right there if it goes to pot.
     
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