January 5th, 2007 11:50 AM
5 Year Plan???
Five Year Plan for Banning Guns
"Why would an honest person even want a gun?"
by Alan Korwin, Author
Gun Laws of America
It's time to remember what the Democrat party generally seeks
regarding guns and gun rights. The list below was widely circulated
while Clinton was in power. (This list and more is available at my
The democrat-backed Brady group and similar outfits have been quiet
about guns because they want to win the election, and impose their
goals on your rights --
THE FIVE YEAR PLAN:
1. National Licensing of all handgun purchases.
2. Licenses for Rifle and Shotgun owners.
3. State Licenses for ownership of firearms.
4. Arsenal Licenses (5 guns and 250 rounds of ammunition).
5. Arsenal License Fees (at least $300.00, with a cap of $1,000.00).
6. Limits on Arsenal Licensing (None in counties with populations of
more than 200,000).
7. Requirement of Federally Approved Storage Safes for all guns.
8. Inspection License. (Gun safe licenses, yearly fee for spot
9. Ban on Manufacturing in counties with a population of more than
10. Banning all military style firearms.
11. Banning Machine Gun Parts or parts which can be used in a Machine
12. Banning the carrying a firearm anywhere but home or target range
or in transit from one to the other.
13. Banning replacement parts (manufacturing, sale, possession,
transfer, installation) except barrel, trigger group.
14. Elimination of the Curio Relic list.
15. Control of Ammunition belonging to Certain Surplus Firearms.
(7.62x54R and .303).
16. Eventual Ban of Handgun Possession..
17. Banning of Any ammo that fits military guns (post 1945).
18. Banning of any quantity of smokeless powder or black powder which
would constitute more than the equivalent of 100 rounds of
19. Ban the possession of explosive powders of more than 1 kg. at any
20. Banning of High Powered Ammo or Wounding ammo.
21. A National License for Ammunition.
22. Banning or strict licensing of all re-loading components.
23. National Registration of ammunition or ammo buyers.
24. Requirements of special storage safe for ammunition and
25. Restricting Gun Ranges to counties with populations less than
26. Special Licensing of ranges.
27. Special Range Tax to visitors. ($85.00 per visit per person).
28. Waiting period for rentals on pistol ranges.
29. Banning Gun Shows.
30. Banning of military reenactments.
Ban of all clips holding over 6 bullets.
Elimination of the Dept. of Civilian Marksmanship.
Ban on all realistic replica and toy guns (including "air soft" and
The right of gun-violence victims to sue, with financial assistance
from government programs, the gun manufacturers.
Taxes on ammo, dealers, guns, licenses to offset medical costs to
The eventual ban on all semi-automatics regardless of when made or
While it's true Republicans haven't done very much to defend your gun
rights (OK, they have done a little) in six years of control, they
offer no support for the anti-rights disarm-the-public plans the left
wing will impose on you if they gain power in the next election. It's
your choice. Do you stay home and evaporate your rights, or go out
and defend them at the ballot box? Tell your friends.
If you took the bait and voted early, instead of rising up as a whole
and voting on election day like you're supposed to, this message is
too late and you got screwed.
Thanks for reading.
Alan Korwin, Author
Gun Laws of America
Permission to circulate this message gladly granted.
January 5th, 2007 12:24 PM
Pure, unadulterated ignorance. I just CAN'T STAND how the antis don't realize that IF YOU OUTLAW GUNS, ONLY OUTLAWS WILL HAVE THEM. ARGH!
January 5th, 2007 12:32 PM
Which is why we must all VOTE!!... Every election, no excuses! The sheep are not ever going to give up on this issue. If we ever get tired of this fight, we will find our guns being confiscated and our RKBA denied.
Originally Posted by Nate
January 5th, 2007 12:53 PM
Liberals want you all to be sheep
The attack on individual gun ownership by liberals is part of their broader plan to eliminate all individual power and control, giving the central government absolute power. Since private gun ownership represents a small piece of individual power, liberals want to stamp it out. It has nothing to do with crime control - this is simply a smokescreen.
They also want to control all money and spending, by using government power to tax away private income in ever increasing amounts, and then determine in Washington how those funds will be spent. The individual cannot be trusted to spend his own money wisely.
And of course they want to control your speech, writing and thoughts, by indoctrinating the children in schools to be "politically correct" and adhering to strict standards of liberal values.
These people are extremely dangerous to our American way of life, and must be resisted and defeated.
January 5th, 2007 01:51 PM
So Sad but very, very true. Vote, it does count for something!!
When Seconds Count, The Cops Are Just Minutes Away!!
January 5th, 2007 01:58 PM
Sort of ironic I think. I thought that (some) liberals did not want a 'powerful and controlling' government (*see the past 12 years), yet they want to now have the government ban firearms. Did they fail to clarify their logic for this or am I just missing something?
January 5th, 2007 02:29 PM
Vote Republican and encourage others to do so. Buy now and avoid the rush. Five years is optomistic if the Dems control the big house in two years. The clock is ticking.
A polite society is an armed society - not when the thugs are the only ones, just look at Australia.
January 5th, 2007 02:35 PM
There was a thread on this recently...........one thing one poster said was:
"They'll never be able to get these passed."
OK, even if that statement is true, they will get some of them passed...it's called incremental ism.....so which ones are you willing to allow them to adopt?
I don't like the idea of even one!
Quemadmodum gladius neminem occidit, occidentis telum est.-Seneca
"If you carry a gun, people will call you paranoid. If I have a gun, what do I have to be paranoid about?" -Clint Smith
"An unarmed man can only flee from evil, and evil is not overcome by fleeing from it." -Jeff Cooper
January 5th, 2007 03:11 PM
Actually, I think the last election is a good example of why the "vote Republican and everything will be all right" philosophy is a bad idea. The Republican Party lost big in the '06 midterms for reasons that had absolutely nothing to do with gun rights, but the potential consequences for gun rights are pretty grave. Because all the gun rights eggs are in one basket, our rights are hostage to issues that impact the Republican party.
Originally Posted by ckd
There are pro-gun rights Dems out there (quite a few more after this last election, actually), but most have little senority and they are few in number. I think it's in our interest to give them all the support we can. In the short term, the support of gun rights voters from across the political spectrum encourages them to stick to the pro-2A positions they campaigned on in the face of pressure from the antis in the Democratic party. In the long term, keeping them in office (and electing more like them) will help insulate 2A rights from setbacks like the last election. If gun rights are to really be secure, what we need is pro-2A people in leadership positions on BOTH sides of the aisle.
January 5th, 2007 05:57 PM
Could not agree with you more. The only way to ensure in the long run our gun rights is if members from both parties support us.
Originally Posted by Blackeagle
January 5th, 2007 07:05 PM
All they need to do is have the BATFE label primers as "destructive devices", giving exception to LEO and Military, and they will have eliminated everything but rimfire...
January 5th, 2007 07:12 PM
I thought this was America in the year 2007 not Nazi Germany in the 1940's! Give 'em power and they'll take all they can- money (excessive taxes), rights and freedom.
Don't be a fool and die for your country. Let the other sonofabitch die for his.
George S. Patton
January 5th, 2007 07:16 PM
gun control does not work. we all ready have to many gun laws on the books. they don't work.
An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject.
Red State State of Mind
January 5th, 2007 08:33 PM
A government program that doesn't work is just the point. Then the government gets to pass more laws to fix the problems with the old law, which means more power to the government. Just look at the tax code, or better yet, the so-called war on drugs.
January 5th, 2007 08:46 PM
I do not honestly think that much of this could be put into effect even by the Dems. It would cause such revolt even among many of their traditional voters that they would see the foolishness of their actions.
But, if they did somehow get the ball rolling on that 5 year plan, I believe that what they would have their is a 5 year road map to an armed revolt in this country possibly leading to a second civil war.
Just my feelings on it.
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