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#81 RoscoeTurner

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Posted 09 October 2020 - 04:59 PM

Got Uzi you and SR need to get your heads out of the sand. This election is very important for our freedoms. The left will get rid of Biden probably within six months. The Democratic Party has been taken over by the socialist. They will pack the Supreme Court and do away with our Constitution.


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Posted 09 October 2020 - 05:28 PM

 

Got Uzi you and SR need to get your heads out of the sand. This election is very important for our freedoms. The left will get rid of Biden probably within six months. The Democratic Party has been taken over by the socialist. They will pack the Supreme Court and do away with our Constitution.


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Posted 09 October 2020 - 05:44 PM

Id rather just have a bunker in the middle of nowhere and be left alone because we are screwed no matter who wins.

Im out.....enjoy....and BTW I did vote for trump last time....
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Posted 10 October 2020 - 04:15 AM

Still think that we can survive Biden?
 
 
 


That would be awful. Many of us would be at like $100,000 or so.
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Posted 10 October 2020 - 06:30 AM

Some people just stick their heads in the sand. When they pull their heads out they cant believe all the bad changes then they start bitchin.

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Posted 12 October 2020 - 04:46 PM

Here's an exceptionally introspective take on where our country is headed in the coming weeks and months. 

 

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Posted 12 October 2020 - 07:23 PM

Id rather just have a bunker in the middle of nowhere and be left alone because we are screwed no matter who wins.

Im out.....enjoy....and BTW I did vote for trump last time....


Living in the Mts is as close as I can get. As for voting for the lesser of 2 evils, It take 75% of popular vote to override the electoral vote. It has never happened. why all the fuss about voting for the president? :(


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Posted 12 October 2020 - 08:37 PM

Taxed registration with draconian penalties for violation works. That is the message of NFA. The first and foremost road block consists of the political framework that fronts the effort to confiscate private firearms of any type. We know what it looks like and can't be sprung on an unsuspecting population. Many anti-gun people balk at the political practicalities that must be in place for universal confiscation.  Confiscation laws are not going to happen easily as they would be tied up in court forever, short of a military coup. Gradual state registration schemes will continue to be floated and if successful might eventually lead to federal universal registration ala NFA. Once that is achieved and successfully enforced, which is the key, the path to federal confiscation will be slightly more easily traveled by those willing to risk it. We have a long, long established history of almost saturation levels of private firearms possession. The enumerated BOR merely state what are natural rights possessed by every individual and they are not dependent on a piece of paper. Too many people know that now and more will as the progressives continue to insist on misinterpreting the BOR and Constitution. FWIW

 

Taxed registration with draconian penalties for violation works. That is the message of NFA. The first and foremost road block consists of the political framework that fronts the effort to confiscate private firearms of any type. We know what it looks like and can't be sprung on an unsuspecting population. Many anti-gun people balk at the political practicalities that must be in place for universal confiscation.  Confiscation laws are not going to happen easily as they would be tied up in court forever, short of a military coup. Gradual state registration schemes will continue to be floated and if successful might eventually lead to federal universal registration ala NFA. Once that is achieved and successfully enforced, which is the key, the path to federal confiscation will be slightly more easily traveled by those willing to risk it. We have a long, long established history of almost saturation levels of private firearms possession. The enumerated BOR merely state what are natural rights possessed by every individual and they are not dependent on a piece of paper. Too many people know that now and more will as the progressives continue to insist on misinterpreting the BOR and Constitution. FWIW

 

Nope, sorry bubba' never really worked out that way has it...

 

Three months ago there was a Stevens 410 Autoshot pistol in a vendors table

no one gave a crap bubbs

he even tagged it as a 410 LOL

 

late 90s not more than 50' from the ATF table there was an old guy with a half dozen slotted Uzi bolts in a tub

nobody had shits given

Hell, Jack from Armscorp was selling new Uzi frames single saw cut.  Both IMI and FN made and that was like maybe 98'

 

When the NFA went through in 35' it applied to all guns

for example stocked percussion pistols

Well some years later they were exempted and droves came out of closets

later they exempted Bicycle Rifles and other antique SBRs

a ton flowed out of the woodwork bubba with matching SN'd stocks

America just dindn't register them

 

want to make certain semis NFA ?

same thing but now its millions, not thousands

good luck

 

this boils down to pure logistics and cash

its undoable


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