Hypothetical: 2 Weeks to trade in all your guns....

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    That would be a bad day in United States.
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    Like others have said FTF sales in OK require no paperwork. They were all sold because I was broke. I pray this is something we will not see soon but once the Constitution is trampled on it is a very slippery slope. I would probably be looking to stash my weapons. I think this type of action would lead to large amounts of armed confrontation.
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    1. Stash away all but one in less traveled areas of land I do not own.
    2. Take one gun, unloaded, displayed in a non-threatening manner, with a group of like minded individuals in formation to the steps of the capitol building.
    3. Neither cooperate nor resist when my property is confiscated and I am arrested
    <provided that I survive step 3>
    4. Spend time prison
    5. Dig up one of the stashed guns
    6. Repeat 1-6 until all guns are gone
    7. Start building guns
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    Last September I sold all my guns to Mr. Gilmore.

    Where can we find him?

    He passed away last November.
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    Guns? The illegals broke in while I wasn't at home, stole them, and took them back to Mexico.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    That would be a bad day in United States.
    I would be buying tickets to Russia because it would not be the United States anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    " You say you want a revolution.........." there are not enough government employees (state or federal) to even attempt to enforce this. My $.02
    If it were to go that far, I would not count out assistance to the government from other antigun (UN) coalition forces from other countries.
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    The government would be too busy trying to deal with the revolution that would start to worry about it for long. The millions of member of the NRA plus the other few million who are non members who want to fight for their gun rights would be a formidable force for the government. The biggest problem would be how much of the military holds onto their vow to protect the constitution, and how many decide to work for the government as a a giant milita of some sort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guantes View Post
    If it were to go that far, I would not count out assistance to the government from other antigun (UN) coalition forces from other countries.
    You may be right my friend however I would also not count out organized armed resistence by the citizens of this country. "From my cold dead hands". C. Heston.

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    I think it would be time for the quiet majority to take up arms.... and give the world a visual aid of the true meaning of the 2nd Amendment.

    I read an article a few days ago that mentioned more than 70% of small arms in the world are privately owned by US citizens.
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    First there would need to be nationwide firearm registration. How else would they know where to look for them them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX-JB View Post
    I read an article a few days ago that mentioned more than 70% of small arms in the world are privately owned by US citizens.
    Do you have a source for that? There are many claims about gun ownership by us, but many are gross exagerations of the truth. Seventy percent of all small arms world wide? That sounds a bit suspicious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forscythe87 View Post
    This video by the NRA has caused me to ask the following question. What would you do if both the federal government and state government told you that you had 2 weeks to turn in your firearms and if you fail to do so you will be arrested and charged with multiple felonies and imprisonment?

    YouTube - NRA: To See Where Gun Licensing Leads, Look To Great Britain

    I ask this question, because I'm sure those in Australia and London swore they would not give in, yet they did. I would like to believe us Americans would take the old Charlton Heston question to hear "Over my dead body".

    Just curious how y'all feel on the subject, because its one that scares most of us as firearms enthusiast.
    They are not the USA there a huge differance in the mind set and how we were raised. to answer the question, i guess they can have em, but the guns will be empty......

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKinNY View Post
    I would be buying tickets to Russia because it would not be the United States anymore.
    Russia will be no more by that time, better try any Baltic country or at least Ukraine
    English is not my native language and I may sometimes use incorrect terms. Feel free to correct me if you feel like doing it.

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