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Gun Confiscation in the US will fail just as the "War On Drugs" has failed.

 
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Gun Confiscation in the US will fail just as the "War On Drugs" has failed.
All that "Gun Confiscation" will accomplish in the U.S. is adding yet more useless laws to the books. It will accomplish nothing.

Why? Simply look at the "War on Drugs". People want drugs and will take the risk necessary to obtain them. If you have someone that wants weed they will find someone willing to take the risk to sell it to them. Result? HIGHER PRICES FOR THE DRUGS and more money for the govt by means of jails/probation/etc.

This will simply create a black market for guns... which will drive the prices way up (Good for the new "gun dealers" just like the current "drug dealers").

Will a criminal that wants a firearm(s) to go out and mass kill be able to find such a weapon? Of course. Anyone stating otherwise either has an agenda or is plain damn stupid.

Furthermore, even if all guns were eliminated from the shores of the US (totally impossible) what would stop someone using say, oh a car, from simply driving down the sidewalk outside an elementary school at 60 and plow 10, 20, 30 or more of the kids down? Then what, "Car Control Laws"???? What about making explosives with gasoline and laundry detergent? "Gasoline and Detergent Laws"? Do you see my point?

If someone decides they want to kill mass amounts of people are is wacko enough in the head to actually follow through they will not need a "gun".

Gun Control is nothing more than a scared govt trying to lower the amount of firearms in the country that would possibly be used for resistance during a collapse or major national disaster. They fear loss of control... nothing more. It is apparent by the laws that they have been passing for the past number of years that deal with a problem that doesn't even exist. Americans do not commit crimes that warrant passing laws that have been passed. Really we need military drones in our domestic skies now? Please.

If it was really about "protecting children" they would simply put in place real actual security (checkpoints for example like entering a military base) for one simple example. There are number of other "facilities" that are considered "secure facilities" where people can not just "walk in" so why do we continue to let schools remain as totally "Unsecured Facilities"? Because the bastards don't really give a shit about the kids... they care about power and maintaining it over all of us. It is harder to gain unauthorized access to a sewage plant than a school.

Nothing is at it seems, everything is a lie, everything is scripted for the "walking mind dead" that most people call U.S. Citizens.
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Re: Gun Confiscation in the US will fail just as the "War On Drugs" has failed.
Unlike drugs that have to be grown and processed!

Guns can be built with plumbing parts from your local hardware store.


It's not like there going to outlaw plumbing parts!

As for gun powder...

It is not like they are going to outlaw match heads & charcoal


I can't see that there is anyway to outlaw guns.
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Ammo control?
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
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yeeeeep!!!
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
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Like you don't think people will know about this in advance and well hide their weapons. Hell if I knew there was no other option I would move them, in advance, to vacant land I happen to own and bury them in a clean concrete septic tank and encase them in lube so they would not rust.

Many ways to protect your goodies. It is not like once them come around they will keep coming back.... LOL

You do realize that in the U.S. if there is a door to door search for anything it would cause a major shitstorm. I don't care if it is firearms, people, drugs, baboons, food, power tools, cars, hair products, ipads... It doesn't matter.

Door to door anything in the U.S. = Shitstorm.

Also, you do realize how big this country actually it right? How much rural area there is right?

How many "law enforcement" people do you think there are?

There are over 300 million firearms in the U.S. in civilian hands. Do you realize how many are even "lost"? I mean firearms that are in homes that people don't even remember?

Just ask yourself this question. Countries where firearms are basically totally illegal (Mexico for example) are there none in possession of the population?
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Tell me this point is wrong or invalid.....

No matter what if someone wants to mass kill people there are tools available to do it.

Guns are but one way to kill.

Now, they are important for a population to resist a crazy murderous govt if it decides to go wild.

People of this planet better hope and pray that US population never becomes disarmed.
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
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Like you don't think people will know about this in advance and well hide their weapons. Hell if I knew there was no other option I would move them, in advance, to vacant land I happen to own and bury them in a clean concrete septic tank and encase them in lube so they would not rust.

Many ways to protect your goodies. It is not like once them come around they will keep coming back.... LOL

You do realize that in the U.S. if there is a door to door search for anything it would cause a major shitstorm. I don't care if it is firearms, people, drugs, baboons, food, power tools, cars, hair products, ipads... It doesn't matter.

Door to door anything in the U.S. = Shitstorm.

Also, you do realize how big this country actually it right? How much rural area there is right?

How many "law enforcement" people do you think there are?

There are over 300 million firearms in the U.S. in civilian hands. Do you realize how many are even "lost"? I mean firearms that are in homes that people don't even remember?

Just ask yourself this question. Countries where firearms are basically totally illegal (Mexico for example) are there none in possession of the population?
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Whay I dont understand OP is, When it comes to the point they sart going door to door to confiscate them, isn't that the time to use them to defend your right and stand up against tyrany?? Why do you and others who say they strongly believe in the 2nd addmenment to defend them selves against tyranny say the would just bury them and hide them ?
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Cold Dead Hands
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
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Like you don't think people will know about this in advance and well hide their weapons. Hell if I knew there was no other option I would move them, in advance, to vacant land I happen to own and bury them in a clean concrete septic tank and encase them in lube so they would not rust.

Many ways to protect your goodies. It is not like once them come around they will keep coming back.... LOL

You do realize that in the U.S. if there is a door to door search for anything it would cause a major shitstorm. I don't care if it is firearms, people, drugs, baboons, food, power tools, cars, hair products, ipads... It doesn't matter.

Door to door anything in the U.S. = Shitstorm.

Also, you do realize how big this country actually it right? How much rural area there is right?

How many "law enforcement" people do you think there are?

There are over 300 million firearms in the U.S. in civilian hands. Do you realize how many are even "lost"? I mean firearms that are in homes that people don't even remember?

Just ask yourself this question. Countries where firearms are basically totally illegal (Mexico for example) are there none in possession of the population?
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Whay I dont understand OP is, When it comes to the point they sart going door to door to confiscate them, isn't that the time to use them to defend your right and stand up against tyrany?? Why do you and others who say they strongly believe in the 2nd addmenment to defend them selves against tyranny say the would just bury them and hide them ?
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Because I think few will resist initially. I think it will come later when there is a ground swell when the info of the raids starts to pass around. You don't want to lose what you would need later.

My post was more about the fact that it will be a failed policy anyhow....
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Ammo control?
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Man I think that's right!

Hell I can't even find squirrel / rabbit shot.

Those crafty bastards just gonna stop selling ammo.

huffy
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War on drugs didn't fail, it's a roaring success.

They want to incarcerate everyone, drive up the price of drugs for profit, and use it to get rid of your 4th amendment rights.

It's been very successful in all those objectives.
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War on drugs didn't fail, it's a roaring success.

They want to incarcerate everyone, drive up the price of drugs for profit, and use it to get rid of your 4th amendment rights.

It's been very successful in all those objectives.
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True... but my point is it didn't eliminate drugs at all.

Banning guns will not eliminate them either, just drive up the prices.
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War on drugs didn't fail, it's a roaring success.

They want to incarcerate everyone, drive up the price of drugs for profit, and use it to get rid of your 4th amendment rights.

It's been very successful in all those objectives.
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True... but my point is it didn't eliminate drugs at all.

Banning guns will not eliminate them either, just drive up the prices.
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They also have made promises to new private prison operator companies that they will have a guaranteed 95 percent occupancy rate. If they come by and you have your guns hidden you will disappear into their gulag and become a prison statistic. And THAT IS the plan.
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
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You are partialy right. More will than will resist. However, I assure you, there are some true american that will prove to be ruthless in the face of this type of tyranny once it begins. With there being 50 million un owners armed to the teeth, imagine if 95% turn guttless and only 5% are ruthless. That is 2.5 million patriots. that is more than Chinas 1 million man Army. It will be very ugly.
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Just more contraband the Mexicans can supply us with. It's never ending.
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
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Like you don't think people will know about this in advance and well hide their weapons. Hell if I knew there was no other option I would move them, in advance, to vacant land I happen to own and bury them in a clean concrete septic tank and encase them in lube so they would not rust.

Many ways to protect your goodies. It is not like once them come around they will keep coming back.... LOL

You do realize that in the U.S. if there is a door to door search for anything it would cause a major shitstorm. I don't care if it is firearms, people, drugs, baboons, food, power tools, cars, hair products, ipads... It doesn't matter.

Door to door anything in the U.S. = Shitstorm.

Also, you do realize how big this country actually it right? How much rural area there is right?

How many "law enforcement" people do you think there are?

There are over 300 million firearms in the U.S. in civilian hands. Do you realize how many are even "lost"? I mean firearms that are in homes that people don't even remember?

Just ask yourself this question. Countries where firearms are basically totally illegal (Mexico for example) are there none in possession of the population?
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If you bought those guns from a gun shop they will KNOW you have them.

If you dont hand em in its STRAIGHT to jail.

Thats what they did here..they WILL do it there.

Plus if you have guns that were bought OFF the books..and they catch ya with one..SAME result.

Those who have bought guns ON the record will be asked to produce them...OR..if they cant..PROVE who they sold em to.

If there is NO record of the sale..SAME result.

You think you can hide from these people?

HAHAHAHAHAHA...

They have ya by the balls.
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9943244


Like you don't think people will know about this in advance and well hide their weapons. Hell if I knew there was no other option I would move them, in advance, to vacant land I happen to own and bury them in a clean concrete septic tank and encase them in lube so they would not rust.

Many ways to protect your goodies. It is not like once them come around they will keep coming back.... LOL

You do realize that in the U.S. if there is a door to door search for anything it would cause a major shitstorm. I don't care if it is firearms, people, drugs, baboons, food, power tools, cars, hair products, ipads... It doesn't matter.

Door to door anything in the U.S. = Shitstorm.

Also, you do realize how big this country actually it right? How much rural area there is right?

How many "law enforcement" people do you think there are?

There are over 300 million firearms in the U.S. in civilian hands. Do you realize how many are even "lost"? I mean firearms that are in homes that people don't even remember?

Just ask yourself this question. Countries where firearms are basically totally illegal (Mexico for example) are there none in possession of the population?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23022509


If you bought those guns from a gun shop they will KNOW you have them.

If you dont hand em in its STRAIGHT to jail.

Thats what they did here..they WILL do it there.

Plus if you have guns that were bought OFF the books..and they catch ya with one..SAME result.

Those who have bought guns ON the record will be asked to produce them...OR..if they cant..PROVE who they sold em to.

If there is NO record of the sale..SAME result.

You think you can hide from these people?

HAHAHAHAHAHA...

They have ya by the balls.
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Sounds like they have YOU by the balls.
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
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Like you don't think people will know about this in advance and well hide their weapons. Hell if I knew there was no other option I would move them, in advance, to vacant land I happen to own and bury them in a clean concrete septic tank and encase them in lube so they would not rust.

Many ways to protect your goodies. It is not like once them come around they will keep coming back.... LOL

You do realize that in the U.S. if there is a door to door search for anything it would cause a major shitstorm. I don't care if it is firearms, people, drugs, baboons, food, power tools, cars, hair products, ipads... It doesn't matter.

Door to door anything in the U.S. = Shitstorm.

Also, you do realize how big this country actually it right? How much rural area there is right?

How many "law enforcement" people do you think there are?

There are over 300 million firearms in the U.S. in civilian hands. Do you realize how many are even "lost"? I mean firearms that are in homes that people don't even remember?

Just ask yourself this question. Countries where firearms are basically totally illegal (Mexico for example) are there none in possession of the population?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23022509


If you bought those guns from a gun shop they will KNOW you have them.

If you dont hand em in its STRAIGHT to jail.

Thats what they did here..they WILL do it there.

Plus if you have guns that were bought OFF the books..and they catch ya with one..SAME result.

Those who have bought guns ON the record will be asked to produce them...OR..if they cant..PROVE who they sold em to.

If there is NO record of the sale..SAME result.

You think you can hide from these people?

HAHAHAHAHAHA...

They have ya by the balls.
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Not really, you don't know our laws so I won't fault you for not knowing.

Here in most states we have what is called "face to face transfers". I will use Florida here for an example.

You can buy a firearm direct from any individual at any time without any dealing with the govt at all. You only have to deal with paperwork if you go to a licensed gun dealer. So I could sell you any one of my rifles or pistols, for cash, in a face to face transaction.

All someone would have to say is "Nah, I needed cash real bad and sold them all to some guy I met at a bar one night when I was out drinking". There is no paper trail.

Most people around here prefer to purchase direct from individuals and for cash. Most sales DON'T have records which is the norm so it wouldn't look odd at all.
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They came for the potheads first, and you went "but I am not a pothead"...(rephrase the classic as you will)

[link to usatoday30.usatoday.com]


Regennitter says he ingests approximately 10-20 milligrams of THC — the active compound in marijuana — each night before bed to ease the painful symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease and an esophagus condition.

Regennitter is also a hunter and gun owner. According to a new memo from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, it is illegal for him or any registered medical-marijuana patient to own or possess firearms or ammunition.

The letter written last week by ATF Assistant Director Arthur Herbert to all federal firearms licensees gave them guidance on what to do if a firearms customer reveals that he or she is a medical-marijuana patient
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Freedom fighters have been winning wars with far less,I'm just saying.
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All you tough guys saying "from my cold dead hands" will be saying "right this way, sir, I'll show you where my guns are" when a SWAT team sweeping thru the neighborhood beats on your door.
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Like you don't think people will know about this in advance and well hide their weapons. Hell if I knew there was no other option I would move them, in advance, to vacant land I happen to own and bury them in a clean concrete septic tank and encase them in lube so they would not rust.

Many ways to protect your goodies. It is not like once them come around they will keep coming back.... LOL

You do realize that in the U.S. if there is a door to door search for anything it would cause a major shitstorm. I don't care if it is firearms, people, drugs, baboons, food, power tools, cars, hair products, ipads... It doesn't matter.

Door to door anything in the U.S. = Shitstorm.

Also, you do realize how big this country actually it right? How much rural area there is right?

How many "law enforcement" people do you think there are?

There are over 300 million firearms in the U.S. in civilian hands. Do you realize how many are even "lost"? I mean firearms that are in homes that people don't even remember?

Just ask yourself this question. Countries where firearms are basically totally illegal (Mexico for example) are there none in possession of the population?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23022509


If you bought those guns from a gun shop they will KNOW you have them.

If you dont hand em in its STRAIGHT to jail.

Thats what they did here..they WILL do it there.

Plus if you have guns that were bought OFF the books..and they catch ya with one..SAME result.

Those who have bought guns ON the record will be asked to produce them...OR..if they cant..PROVE who they sold em to.

If there is NO record of the sale..SAME result.

You think you can hide from these people?

HAHAHAHAHAHA...

They have ya by the balls.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16752280


Not really, you don't know our laws so I won't fault you for not knowing.

Here in most states we have what is called "face to face transfers". I will use Florida here for an example.

You can buy a firearm direct from any individual at any time without any dealing with the govt at all. You only have to deal with paperwork if you go to a licensed gun dealer. So I could sell you any one of my rifles or pistols, for cash, in a face to face transaction.

All someone would have to say is "Nah, I needed cash real bad and sold them all to some guy I met at a bar one night when I was out drinking". There is no paper trail.

Most people around here prefer to purchase direct from individuals and for cash. Most sales DON'T have records which is the norm so it wouldn't look odd at all.
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Used to be like that here 20 years ago.

Cant do that now though.

They will change all the laws..it will become like it is here.

You get caught with an UNREGIDTERED firearm..they will fine you. Get caught with a semi/fully auto..straight to jail.

There will be an a,nesty period of course...like they did here.

What they will do is make you fill out a SHITLOAD of paperwork and months of waitinf..JUST for the right to have a single shot or a bolt action.

THEn it has to be fully registered PLUS you must be either a farmer or a member of a gun club..you will HAVE to show GOOD CAUSE as to why you need that gun..PLUS you MUSt have a CRYSTAL CLEAR criminal record.

Those guns ya bought face to face..while they dont know about em now...they WILL know about sooner or later..and the price ya pay in fines or jail will NOT be worth keeping them and risking being busted.

So they make ya register them..and it will come with an annual renewal fee..so they can keep track of you.

DONT say it wont happen..IT WILL..already is.

Plus...those guns ya have to register and all that..most people WILL hand em in once they start paying ya good money for them during the amnesty period.

Easier to get instant cash NO questions asked..than to PAY a fucking FORTUNE in fees..HAVE to join a gun club..and do a shitload of paperwork.

You all ready for this??

AUS was the test case..

ITS NOW COMING TO YOU GUYS!
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Like you don't think people will know about this in advance and well hide their weapons. Hell if I knew there was no other option I would move them, in advance, to vacant land I happen to own and bury them in a clean concrete septic tank and encase them in lube so they would not rust.

Many ways to protect your goodies. It is not like once them come around they will keep coming back.... LOL

You do realize that in the U.S. if there is a door to door search for anything it would cause a major shitstorm. I don't care if it is firearms, people, drugs, baboons, food, power tools, cars, hair products, ipads... It doesn't matter.

Door to door anything in the U.S. = Shitstorm.

Also, you do realize how big this country actually it right? How much rural area there is right?

How many "law enforcement" people do you think there are?

There are over 300 million firearms in the U.S. in civilian hands. Do you realize how many are even "lost"? I mean firearms that are in homes that people don't even remember?

Just ask yourself this question. Countries where firearms are basically totally illegal (Mexico for example) are there none in possession of the population?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23022509


If you bought those guns from a gun shop they will KNOW you have them.

If you dont hand em in its STRAIGHT to jail.

Thats what they did here..they WILL do it there.

Plus if you have guns that were bought OFF the books..and they catch ya with one..SAME result.

Those who have bought guns ON the record will be asked to produce them...OR..if they cant..PROVE who they sold em to.

If there is NO record of the sale..SAME result.

You think you can hide from these people?

HAHAHAHAHAHA...

They have ya by the balls.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16752280


Not really, you don't know our laws so I won't fault you for not knowing.

Here in most states we have what is called "face to face transfers". I will use Florida here for an example.

You can buy a firearm direct from any individual at any time without any dealing with the govt at all. You only have to deal with paperwork if you go to a licensed gun dealer. So I could sell you any one of my rifles or pistols, for cash, in a face to face transaction.

All someone would have to say is "Nah, I needed cash real bad and sold them all to some guy I met at a bar one night when I was out drinking". There is no paper trail.

Most people around here prefer to purchase direct from individuals and for cash. Most sales DON'T have records which is the norm so it wouldn't look odd at all.
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Used to be like that here 20 years ago.

Cant do that now though.

They will change all the laws..it will become like it is here.

You get caught with an UNREGIDTERED firearm..they will fine you. Get caught with a semi/fully auto..straight to jail.

There will be an a,nesty period of course...like they did here.

What they will do is make you fill out a SHITLOAD of paperwork and months of waitinf..JUST for the right to have a single shot or a bolt action.

THEn it has to be fully registered PLUS you must be either a farmer or a member of a gun club..you will HAVE to show GOOD CAUSE as to why you need that gun..PLUS you MUSt have a CRYSTAL CLEAR criminal record.

Those guns ya bought face to face..while they dont know about em now...they WILL know about sooner or later..and the price ya pay in fines or jail will NOT be worth keeping them and risking being busted.

So they make ya register them..and it will come with an annual renewal fee..so they can keep track of you.

DONT say it wont happen..IT WILL..already is.

Plus...those guns ya have to register and all that..most people WILL hand em in once they start paying ya good money for them during the amnesty period.

Easier to get instant cash NO questions asked..than to PAY a fucking FORTUNE in fees..HAVE to join a gun club..and do a shitload of paperwork.

You all ready for this??

AUS was the test case..

ITS NOW COMING TO YOU GUYS!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17402180

And there was no resistance ? You all just bent over and pulled your pants down ?

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