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Colorado Receives a "D" on Laws Shielding Families From Gun Violence

Crud...gonna have to work harder for the "F" :image035:
 

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D+ also for Missouri, we will be and are working on an F as soon as possible though.


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Tennessee got a D+. I would hope that we do better next year.
 

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The Sooner State gets D-

That's pretty good, but we'll keep trying for that F.
 

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HA-HA,HA-HA-HAAAAAAAA, I'm so very proud to announce that we here in the GUNSHINE STATE actually got demoted from "D" to "F+". I"m so very proud of my state.

Hope the brady bunch spend millions and millions more in our fine state. -------
 

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I am proud to announce that the Great State of Alabama earned a full blown F from the Brady Bunch.
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Arkansas got D

They gave us an A on juvenile possesion...which is stupid, because federal law prevents anyone under 21 from buying a handgun.

So it is clear to me that a state that gets an A or B has a communist or socialist government,in application if nothing else...

Look at the states that do "well" according to the Brady Bunch and tell me differently...
 

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http://www.bradycampaign.org/legislation/state/viewstate.php?st=ca

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California - State law requires handguns to meet basic safety standards including a drop-safety test and a firing performance test. All firearms must be sold with a state-certified locking device. State law also requires new handgun models introduced in 2006 to have either a loaded-chamber indicator or a magazine safety disconnect, and by 2007 newly introduced handgun models must have both devices. But the state does not require handguns to have a built-in "childproof" or "personalized" locking device to prevent unintentional or unauthorized use of the weapon. And state law does not provide independent authority for the State Attorney General to establish gun safety standards.
 

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Florida gets the big F from the Brady Bunch.

I could not be more proud. :image035:

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+1 to what Old Chief said. :yup:
 

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MattLarson said:
Florida gets the big F from the Brady Bunch.

I could not be more proud. :image035:

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Having lived in MA from age 3 to 29, I just have to say .........I LOVE THE AVATAR!
 

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Hang down your head, Tom Dooley.

Oh, the shame of it all! The great State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations received a "B-". Can you believe it? This, even though:

We do not allow government agencies to maintain a record of gun sales (also, no gun registration).

We do not have a state "assault" weapons ban.

Permit holders are allowed to carry in schools (I have carried openly in my town's middle & high schools).

Permit holders are allowed to carry in government buildings...except courthouses (by law) and the capitol building (by policy).

Businesses are not allowed to post Texas-style 30.06 "No Guns Allowed" signs.

Contrary to the Brady Campaign website, the police may not limit the carrying of concealed weapons.
 

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Hrm... D- for ohio... I hope, if/when HB 347 (Pre-emption + Car carry fix) / 521 (Castle Doctrine) pass this year we'll make it down to at LEAST F, if not F---... :)
 

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Texas got a big D-. I knew they didn't like my state.I am so thankful to be back in my home state again and out of missouri.When my job was over up there I was gone.sj:smile:
 
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