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 Where CSM and Rep. Paymar REALLY want to go. 
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:23 am 
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Gun-Show Bill Still in Committee: Another attack on our constitutional rights as gun owners is coming down the pike. Currently in committee there is legislation designed to close the “gun show” loophole. Senate Bill 843, sponsored by a number of well known gun control advocates, attempts to achieve its goals by dismantling the accessibility and responsible execution of gun shows all together. As one can only expect, much of the bill goes too far in restricting the lawful promotion of any show. Similar to Amendment 22 in Colorado, the bill will require background checks on individuals who purchase or transfer a firearm at a show. But the bill goes further, seemingly in design to disrupt the entire process of attending or organizing a show…


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 Post subject: Re: Where CSM and Rep. Paymar REALLY want to go.
PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 4:39 pm 
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Why don't we propose legislation that will require NICS checks on all people attending gun shows... Then they won't have to worry about private sales to criminals. Maybe the law can even be crafted so the groups pushing for this can help fund the expansion of the NICS center in case this turns out to be a wast of tax payer money. :)

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:49 pm 
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Maybe the law can even be crafted so the groups pushing for this can help fund the expansion of the NICS center in case this turns out to be a wast of tax payer money.


Maybe another law, then another law, then maybe one more law..............on and on and on.........at the end of the day they seem unable to enforce existing law(s).

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 12:57 pm 
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Scott Hughes wrote:
Maybe another law, then another law, then maybe one more law..............on and on and on.........at the end of the day they seem unable to enforce existing law(s).


With enough laws we'll all be criminals! :)

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