Missouri moves to legalize machine guns

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    Missouri moves to legalize machine guns

    I assume this is post 86's? This looks like a nullification law like Alaska has passed.
    I hope they pass it.Missouri moves to legalize machine guns ? and outlaw the feds from taking them - Washington Times
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    no different then states that legalize pot, still illegal on a federal level and if the ATF wants to mess with you then you could be forever banned from owning anything class 3 or even firearms in general.
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    Yea I guess we'll have to wait and see, although California gets away with dispensaries for pot, so who knows. I'm waiting to see a test case out of one of these states. If/when it does happen though, guarantee it will be a very high profile case such as the Heller Decision.

    Edit: Google-Fu turned up it is already legal to own pre-86 machine guns in that state, so it looks as if this bill will seek to nullify the 1986 Hughes Amendment.
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    Gotta love these States passing "Nullification Laws"! Mine did and 'Fast & Furious' Holder threatened to sue. Now we have other States doing the same.

    Its Great to see Pro-Gun folk go on the Offensive, and let the Anti-Americans go on the Defense, for a change.... and spend all their $ doing it.
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    State's rights. Keeping the President's Cabinet and the Supreme Court nervous for over 200 years!

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    He can sue all he wants, he should be tried for conspiracy to sell a firearm to prohibited purchasers, a federal felony in the country punishable up to 10 years in a federal prison. Notice how the persons encouraged to sell the weapons to the cartels are still sitting in prison in Arizona, and neither the ATF or Holder can get them out.
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    Gotta love these States passing "Nullification Laws"! Mine did and 'Fast & Furious' Holder threatened to sue. Now we have other States doing the same.

    Its Great to see Pro-Gun folk go on the Offensive, and let the Anti-Americans go on the Defense, for a change.... and spend all their $ doing it.
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    There is nothing in the article that is extraordinary except the statement about background checks ( if that were extended to class 3). It doesnt say post 1986 automatic weapons, and pre 1986 are already legal in many states ( with tax stamp). And no background checks are needed for private sales of non class 3 weapons in many states either. As usual another sloppy disjointed piece of " jounalism" that is designed to be provacative rather than informative.

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    Missouri already allows for ownership of pre-1986 machine guns, which is why my guess is that it sounds like it's a nullification law that would circumvent the NFA. That is my guess. The firearms freedom act in Wyoming reserves the right to imprison federal agents for trying to enforce the law. Will it play out that way? I have no idea, that's what I'm waiting to see. I'm waiting to see a test case, because it will set a tone for the rest of the courts. It is still illegal to smoke Mary J according to federal law, but yet California has dispensaries, and Oregon and Colorado just legalized marijuana, yet we don't see the feds cracking down on that. Guns probably make the feds more nervous though, but I do think it's a step in the right direction for the states at least passing the legislation to stick it to the fed, Eric Holder has been threatening to sue, but I have yet to see anythin happen. We'll see.
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    There is nothing in the article that is extraordinary except the statement about background checks ( if that were extended to class 3). It doesnt say post 1986 automatic weapons, and pre 1986 are already legal in many states ( with tax stamp). And no background checks are needed for private sales of non class 3 weapons in many states either. As usual another sloppy disjointed piece of " jounalism" that is designed to be provacative rather than informative.
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    Shooting a machine gun is on my Bucket List.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NONAME762 View Post
    Shooting a machine gun is on my Bucket List.
    I shoot them fairly frequently,they use a lot of ammo real fast,the M16 Upper with a Ciener M16 22LR conversion bolt is a blast it will shoot bulk federal 22 and fire a 27 round mag in about 2 seconds with virtually no recoil
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