I would like to hear opinions on the idea of taking down the ,"regulatory scheme", that is the NFA, by using it's very founding principals against it. Since it is based on a tax, and all subsiquent modifers to the 1934 law are still centered around the tax basis(read as: legal because of the tax nexus), attacking the tax nexus seems to be the most logical way to get rid of the NFA. What I am thinking, is some form of tax limitation law that would not allow government to unfairly tax an item. You know, the all too often seen ,"Sin", tax associated with items the government doesn't want you to use, yet could never get a Constitutional Ammendment to actually regulate or control. The NFA could be seen as unfair taxation, which we all know lead to the American Revolution. So a law limiting the amount that the Congress/government may tax an item to no more than 1/10 the items retail cost would destroy the NFA from it's originally flawed design. Since a 200 tax on an item that would retail for 1000's is obviously too great of a tax, and actually used to justify limiting it's use/availability, this would fall under the ,"Sin Tax", category, same as the increase on cigarettes and alcohol. The NFA would be nullified as being excessive in nature, to the point of an illegal attempt at a ban, making all of the FOPA's and GCA act modifications void... What do you guys think? What do you guys think? Is my logic flawed or sound? Still 2 Many Choices!?