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SF Examiner: Guns making long journey to The City

Discussion in 'Legal' started by stv, Sep 28, 2004.

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  1. stv

    stv Member

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    :rolleyes:
     
  2. Third_Rail

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    No kidding?

    Gee. Funny how some came from MA, since we have really tight gun control laws...

    I guess gun control works like drug control; it doesn't.
     
  3. deej

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    Hmmm, they don't mention how many "crime guns" come from San Francisco's (pop. 770,000 or so) ONE storefront dealer.

    Of course, this story was in the Examiner, so no one will ever read it.
     
  4. esheato

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    I object! Speculation. Possibly ranging?

    How about.....in incidents possibly ranging from burglary to theft....

    Ed
     
  5. R.H. Lee

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    Guns are very smart. They usually travel on back roads at night, undetected, until they locate a criminal. Then they jump into his hand and start spraying bullets. :p
     
  6. Sodbuster

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    Hey, those bad guys aren't playing by the rules! Somebody tell the cops.
     
  7. SLOdraw

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    "wound up in the hands of felons, who are not authorized to carry firearms in California."


    I thought the laws effectively prevented felons from carrying guns.

    Since San Francisco does not issue CCW, it this because they assume everyone is a felon?

    (Sarcasm on)

    Additionally, do other states allow felons to carry guns?



    Boy I'm glad I don't live there anymore...
     
  8. Standing Wolf

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    Oh, gosh! I wonder whether that might have anything to do with the fact that even multiple-conviction burglars get probation rather than prison in the People's Republic of California.
     
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    But that's against the law.................. :confused:


    PRK is a nut house run by the inmates.
     
  10. redhead

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    Looks like we need stricter gun control laws, since the ones in places don't seem to be keeping guns out of the hands of criminals. What a shock! Criminals aren't obeying the law! Go figure.
     
  11. Wildalaska

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    Those must be the bad guns...the ones I know jump on me, rip my creidt card out of my pocket, then lie to SWMBO about what they are

    WildihangoutwithabetterclassofgunAlaska
     
  12. 4v50 Gary

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    None were assault weapons. That must be positive proof that CA assault weapon ban is working. :rolleyes:

    Either that or "assault weapons" are not the choice of gangbangers. So much for the "blood on the streets" warning of Fineswine, Boxer, Schumer, Teddy and all the other grabbers.
     
  13. Henry Bowman

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    NewsFlash: Many crime cars originate in Detroit!

    Seems the way to solve the "problem" presented in the article is to open a firearms factory in SF so those guns don't have to make that long trip.
     
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