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semi-auto handguns

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by Jefferson Herb, Jun 7, 2013.

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  1. Jefferson Herb

    Jefferson Herb Member

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    I would like all Calif Gun owners to encourage and support firearms manufactures to refuse to sell semi-auto handguns to all Ca Law Enforcement agencies.If they refuse to sell to citizens,it should be all or none.
    I thought Ronnie Barrett's policy was justified,and hope He's still following through with it.
     
  2. jon_in_wv

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    I agree with that. Sadly too many people have no principle when it comes to spending their money. They feel if they want it, they get it, and they don't seem to care about anything else. Sadly, they only way they care is the day when they can't have it either. Then its too late.
     
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    I am all for it. In fact if any of the large companies want to really stir up the pot stop selling anything and everything to the state. Sure it will hurt me too, but if enough people get pissed off that is what causes change. Boycott CA I encourage it, people need to feel the burn before they get up off the stove and do something about it.
     
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    How would you go about this?
     
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    I'm not sure what search terms I would use so, could someone please fill me in on Ronnie Barrett's policy?
     
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    Thanks for the sermon.

    For many people, purchase decisions are not purely politics based. That doesn't mean we have "no principle," just that we are using different criteria than you want us to use.

    We call that liberty.
     
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    Maybe all LEO's in CA should just be issued a Liberator. I mean there are no guns in CA, that should be more then enough pistol for them.

    Oh, sorry I don't mean the new 3-D one, I mean the FP-45 from WWII.
     
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    they can buy their own Liberators
     
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    They could print their own on the precinct 3D printer from public domain plans downloaded from the Internet.
     
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    What would a peace officer need with a semi-automatic assault pistol anyway?! ;)
     
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    I'm confused as to which companies you want people to boycott. You say companies that refuse to sell semi-automatic handguns to people in California. Care to be a bit more specific?
     
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