I" think the past 20-30 years sums up what happens when the Fed gets involved with, well, anything. Especially anything allowing the citizenry the power and leverage provided by private firearms ownership and the "Right" to carry them in public settings.
Oh my! Are you implying the Fed's have not been involved in gun control since 1934? This proposal is nothing more than forcing states to partially follow the Constitution and that is an improvement.
Because it "will" take a law, passed by the Fed, to overcome the "hysteria" of going armed in all states by right of one states license for the reasons I stated in my previous post.
I am having difficulty understanding what you're trying to say. It sounds like you are calling people who wish to carry as they travel around the country, hysterical. Is that really what you are trying to say?
IMO, once they (Fed's) start down that legislative road
You're nearly 80 years late with that whine. All we're looking at is an improvement over the unconstitutional situation we are presently in.
They bend what they want when they want by any means possible if it suits the situational irrationality of the current administration.
Really? And reducing unconstitutional laws from the states and Feds is going to make it worse in your mind?