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This is a discussion on AG Holder proposes banning splintered wooden boards... within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by ppkheat Marshmallow's will likely be next......you know they could be used to choke someone to death. Bush choked on and passed out ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppkheat View Post
    Marshmallow's will likely be next......you know they could be used to choke someone to death.
    Bush choked on and passed out due to airway obstruction from a pretzel he'd inhaled.
    CNN.com - Bush on fainting episode: 'Chew your food' - January 14, 2002

    No laws toward that were passed though.

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    Apparently the current administration has banned intelligence rather successfully.
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    Ok now we have a new weapon, lumber.
    Just think of the accesories we can carry along with it. I'm thinking a nail gun and a compressor would be handy, a mite bit difficult to conceal, but until lumber is banned it might be a nice change of pace

    Personally I'd much rather ban idiots in the government.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugergirl View Post

    Personally I'd much rather ban idiots in the government.
    How about idiots banned across the board? (nice pun, huh?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by janq
    Why has the media in the past few days taken to referring to what was a plank of wood to as being a "railroad tie"?!
    It's the media. When do they ever get their terminology correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugergirl View Post
    Ok now we have a new weapon, lumber.
    Just think of the accesories we can carry along with it. I'm thinking a nail gun and a compressor would be handy, a mite bit difficult to conceal, but until lumber is banned it might be a nice change of pace
    Passlode - Cordless Nail gun, compact and concealable ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight412 View Post
    Passlode - Cordless Nail gun, compact and concealable ;)
    Good luck...given the trends of our insane laws eventually following the UK, those will be banned here soon as well... You need to get permitted/licensed for those in the UK, no?
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    "Oct. 7 (Bloomberg) -- At least 47 school-age children in Chicago have been killed in homicides, mostly by guns, since the month President Barack Obama took office."
    Isn't it wonderful how when you own the media you can slant it any way you want too. They rubbed off the rough edges on these "children". All for the sake of Brady Bunch statistics.
    The media didn't say that most of these so called "school aged children" aren't in school as they dropped out as they are gang bangers running the streets. They quit being children when they joined the gangs.
    I read up on "Lumber" and you have to keep it lubricated as the current weapon of choice is subject to termite infestation. Eighteen inches is as short as you can go. Less than eighteen inches requires a journeyman's license. Womanized is the most accurate without a level.
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    Since some post were deleted why not delete this thread.

    It is in fact no way related to anything with the 2a at all.
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    The one thing that bothers me the most is; Why is AG Holder even going Chicago? This is a County / City / State problem. What the hell are the feds doing getting involved? One more example of the feds overstepping their bounds towards their centralized government control, another tentacles slithering in unnoticed to tighten it's grasp on a free nation
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    Well, this was done with a nail gun:





    It does have the word gun in it and is related to lumber and and and....oh, what am I thinking?
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    Well the last poster before you mentioned why is AG holder in Chicago.

    So he actually emphasized that this is in fact or could be a 2a issue.

    But I think it might not even play out to be a 2a issue. It might be that Eric is in town since Chi cant stop the problem themselves so the Feds need to step in and find out what the hell can be done. Not that I am supporting that stance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabraha View Post
    How short can these be sawed down and still be legal in the eyes of the ATFB?
    Anything under 36" would be an AOW (all other wood) under BATFEL ("L" for lumber) regs and require a $200 stamp

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    Nails, the new ammo.

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