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    True, but the antis likely won't realize this nor care.

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    "Killers who are not deterred by laws against murder are not going to be deterred by laws against guns. " - Robert A. Levy

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    I think we need electro-heated brands on car bumpers...more hit and runs than unsolved shooting! (Problem is there are more hit and runs by politicians than shootings by politicians as well)
    They who give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin


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    The Crime Gun Identification Act would require that starting in 2010, new
    semi-automatic handguns be equipped with technology to allow police to match
    bullet shells found at a crime scene to the handgun that fired the bullets. This
    technology, known as "microstamping" would substantially enhance law
    enforcement's ability to rapidly identify and link shell casings found at a crime scene to the
    individual semi-automatic handgun from which it was fired.
    Maybe the dolts at Brady can explain why a criminal who uses a STOLEN gun in a crime is going to care or fear that the police will be able to track him down.

    It's obvious that this system would be good only for tracking back to the last LEGAL owner of the gun. What good will it do to know what gun fired a specific cartridge (these morons still like to call them "bullet shells" -- why trust their offerings when it comes to suggested laws when they are not even bright enough to use the correct nomenclature??) if you can't find the guy who has the gun?!

    Clearly, this is just another law that's intended to hassle legal gun owners; make guns more expensive to make and buy; in the hopes that they will decimate the gun culture, make having guns vanishingly unpopular.

    So, on we fight.

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    Again, and again, and again. They don't quit. They don't understand.
    They only beileve that stripping the law abiding citizen of his guns, and Constituionally guaranteed rights will abate any and all criminal assualt on society. DUH! One must come to the conclusion that those who advocate such legislation are:
    1.) Garnering VOTES.
    2.) In love, secretly with ROSIE O'DONNELL
    3.) Seeking to eliminate private ownership of firearms because an armed society cannot be effectively tyrannized and if they can thrash up the crowd with "guns kill kids" , etc., etc. ad nauseum they will have the housewives and dummies on their side and they will eventually disarm us. Stay committed to the course, do not falter, even if you have personal issues with the NRA, believe that they represent the largest most vocal force for the continuation of our rights to defend ourselves. Don't take it personally. Get involved. We are threatened as never before. Get off your couch and do something NOW. It's good to share information on this forum, but we are preaching to the CHOIR.

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    Remember this is the state that wanted to remove "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance. Here is my solution...give it back to Mexico (THEY ALL LIVE THERE ANYWAY) and annex Canada, we would all be better off.
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    I wish I still had the letter that Barret wrote to the Attorney General of California when they outlawed 50 BMG's. He thanked all of the Law enforcement agencies for their business and then said that he would no longer sell weapons in California. Maybe it's time for all of our various companies to do the same. This microstamping was one of the reasons I left California, you could see the handwriting on the wall. If you live in California and you are not part of the California rifle and pistol association then you should join, they always gave out solid information on what bills were pending and what recent court decisions would do the firearms scene in California. Just My 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docsludge View Post
    I wish I still had the letter that Barret wrote to the Attorney General of California when they outlawed 50 BMG's. He thanked all of the Law enforcement agencies for their business and then said that he would no longer sell weapons in California. Maybe it's time for all of our various companies to do the same.
    I'm afraid that time has indeed arrived...of course, they'll simply procure their firearms from a foreign manufacturer (micro-stamped or not).

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    Isn't the San Andreas fault due to make Cali an island? What the heck kind of super crack do they smoke out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwebel View Post
    Isn't the San Andreas fault due to make Cali an island?
    Only over the course of many, many thousand years or longer.

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    no more Kimbers in california

    At the gun show in orange county this weekend, I asked the Kimber guys "Do you have the new Aeigus 9mm?"
    He said Kimber is not bringing any more guns to ca. They are selling only what is already in the state this year.
    Welcome to the over-regulation that always leads to losses of jobs and wages.

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    They need to pull a Vermont now and try and remove themselves from the United States. The Bradys can join them as well as Bloomberg.

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