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Old 02-08-2013, 03:52 PM
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Are these folks from the nation of CA even allowed to log onto a forum like this or will they be arrested for just talking about it?

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good grief ... what is it with the Kalifornia and the Northeast ??? This will go badly if all this **** passes ...
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Hope the Bloods and Crips will fall in line on this?

Meanwhile:

ALL magazines must be fixed to the gun (can not be removed without the use of a tool)

Bullet Buttons will become illegal

I thought Bullet buttons was the tool required to remove the magazine.
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Don't give em any ideas. Might use forums against em on background checks!!!!!!!!!
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Well at least I have the revolvers my grandpa left me in '85 before registration was required. They don't know I have them.
Oh hell, do you think that they read this stuff?
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Hope the Bloods and Crips will fall in line on this?

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ALL magazines must be fixed to the gun (can not be removed without the use of a tool)

Bullet Buttons will become illegal

I thought Bullet buttons was the tool required to remove the magazine.
Weren't you paying attention? Bullet Buttons make the gun fully automatic.
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:56 PM
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Okay Mr. Majake, we know you're in there. Come out with your hands up. But, toss your Grampa's revolvers out first. We might go easy on ya.
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Only from the left coast! This would be laughable if I didn't believe these people were serious and really want us to buy this about saving lives. (Sorry I used a word hat might not pass muster. No it wasn't the one you're thinking of.) They want to disarm the people. They really don't care about saving lives. Let's make a everyone a felon and then we can put them all in camps and solve all our problems.
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Looks like we're having a race to the bottom.
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Left there about 20 years ago. There were some beautiful things about the state, but the atmosphere was one that seemed too restricting. Though 20 years ago, I did not think it would ever reach (stoop to) the level it is now.
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I just hope these proposals don't spill over into other states.
This will be one long hard fight for our 2nd amendment rights, hope the NRA is up for it!
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:18 PM
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I hope this doesn't drive a whole lot of Californicators to other states which will then become infected with the Cali mentality and do the same as they did with Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Colorado.
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NRA will always be with us even though more than 70% of gun owners are not part of it but we as voters need to do more, we need to talk to our elective officials, we need to let them know that we won’t vote for them if they infringe the 2nd amendment. What’s happening in Kalifornia, NY and other blue states is exactly that, people let them go blue in super majority and the correlation of forces went down. If we don’t vote the same thing could happen with the whole country.
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:34 PM
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Disturbing, but not at all surprising really. Diane Feinstein and Babs Boxer are their Senators, after all.

Why can't we just saw California off from the United States and let it float out into the Pacific Ocean?

Oh, right... It then might bump into Hawaii, and that wouldn't be fair to Hawaiians...
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I hope the industry takes its cues from Barret arms.
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NRA will always be with us even though more than 70% of gun owners are not part of it but we as voters need to do more, we need to talk to our elective officials, we need to let them know that we wonít vote for them if they infringe the 2nd amendment. Whatís happening in Kalifornia, NY and other blue states is exactly that, people let them go blue in super majority and the correlation of forces went down. If we donít vote the same thing could happen with the whole country.
these players have been not only elected, but re elected despite their history on these issues.
its an unsavory thought, its a bitter pill to swallow, but this kind of thing only happens because the game is fixed
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I just returned from a day on a boat where I normally clean my guns after going to the local range. The wave that suddenly came up and knocked all my fire arms into the Monterey bay was truly unfortunate....
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Assault bullets. So far as I know the military assault rifles shoot FMJ, not expanding bullets. Even the hollow points the snipers use don't expand very well. Now I am confused as to what an assault bullet is. It almost sounds like it is anything except a round pure lead musket ball.
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Assault bullets. So far as I know the military assault rifles shoot FMJ, not expanding bullets. Even the hollow points the snipers use don't expand very well. Now I am confused as to what an assault bullet is. It almost sounds like it is anything except a round pure lead musket ball.
You have to think like a Californian to define it:

"Like gee....obvious.....assault bullets go in assault rifles...dude"

pure lead musket ball would be defined in CA as harmful to environment and banned....
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And if any gun maker sells any guns to any governmental agency in this gulag of a state, they should be boycotted. Any person in California who does not resist these actions via every legal means doesn't deserve to have rights. I fear that draconian measures such as these is going to criminalize non criminal behavior and like prohibition, lead to wilful. Flaunting of the law, creating black markets, civil disobedience and a fear and disrespect of law enforcement and perhaps armed resistance, because when the government is out of control, what recourse does the populas have?
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We have New York on the East Coast, Kalifornia on the West Coast and there is Minnesota in the Midwest. It appears that the virus is spreading. I am SO glad to have left MN. Their hug-yer-buddy philosophy is certainly not boding well for gun-owners there. The recent proposals by legislators there is to mirror those new laws in NY and the proposals of KA (CA). Wonder what the hundreds-of-thousands of deer-hunters think now? They are even after those rifles. They did not get upset when they were only after hand-guns. Well, now they have to deal with losing grandpa's .22-rifle because it holds too many rounds. Way to go. This is getting to be on the verge of being insane.
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I just hope these proposals don't spill over into other states.
This will be one long hard fight for our 2nd amendment rights, hope the NRA is up for it!
If your state is under the control of Democrat legislature, it's not too far away for you guys to find out that your 2A will be under assault too...

What is surprising to me that while they do all these **** here in CA, they continue to look into our eyes and tell us; "rest assure we are NOT after your guns"...

Shocking!!!
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I really feel sorry for gun owners in MN, NY and Cal..are they aren't going to stop...until they get everyone's.
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And if any gun maker sells any guns to any governmental agency in this gulag of a state, they should be boycotted. Any person in California who does not resist these actions via every legal means doesn't deserve to have rights. I fear that draconian measures such as these is going to criminalize non criminal behavior and like prohibition, lead to wilful. Flaunting of the law, creating black markets, civil disobedience and a fear and disrespect of law enforcement and perhaps armed resistance, because when the government is out of control, what recourse does the populas have?
That's it. Bingo.
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Never give up and vote vote . Stay alert and listen to our politicians
we must not give up our children and grandchildren deepened on us.
We should have paid better attention to what our elected officials
where doing .
Write call all of our politicians and join the NRA and donate to The NRA and to anyone who runs against these traders .
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Well at least I have the revolvers my grandpa left me in '85 before registration was required. They don't know I have them.
Oh hell, do you think that they read this stuff?

Didn't you lose all them in that boat accident ? Nudge-nudge, wink-wink.
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There are more then just Kali, MN, and NY....what about those states that have big gun industries located in their states; they're not exactly 2A friendly.
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IMHO this situation about violating the Constitutional Right to possess and bear arms in those states is something that has only four possible solutions:

- Comply with the draconian laws.

- Comply and make lawful battle with your vote against them and on courts demonstrating unconstitutionality.

- Emigrate.

- Do not comply and Fight with all your resources including your lives.

There are no more choices my fellow Americans living in the Blue States….. and this is your call.

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