You always have to read he fine print in those things. They will try to hide actionable wording in one of the EO's that does not really look gun related and they hope people will miss, but will give authority to someone else to enforce and take action against a gun owner in unexpected ways.
When I say that, I refer to something that might be in one like: 4. Direct the Attorney General to review categories of individuals prohibited from having a gun to make sure dangerous people are not slipping through the cracks.
All they have to do is expand the meaning of "dangerous people" to mean things like, "driving 20+ over in a school zone" or "keeping dangerous animals," and suddenly they open the door to confiscation of a whole new set of people's guns.
Not that I do not trust our neo-dictator's running the show here...... :ticking:
Why should we not trust them. After all hasn't our government and ..ahem..leaders... shown that they are so very trustworthy? (get a mop cause that was dripping with sarcasm)
Originally Posted by lordofwyr
Originally Posted by 91wm6