Back in the day when you could tell a man from a woman without having to argue about it, you could buy a select fire M-16 for 450 bucks.Wonder how repeal of the NFA would impact cost of items the NFA regulates?
Back in the day when you could tell a man from a woman without having to argue about it, you could buy a select fire M-16 for 450 bucks.
Today, the average prices runs around 18,000.
For those that don't know, the difference between a select fire M-16 and a AR -15 is about 60 bucks worth of parts. M-16's are so high because the Federal Government wants it that way. No other reason.
Since Trump has become President, I've been seeing a lot of this. They seem to think he's going to do a plotbera of things that he doesn't have the power to do and/or realistically isn't going to happen even if he tried. All he can do is write e/o and make federal policy that will very likely be reversed by the next president.Um...
"WE THE PEOPLE ASK THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO CHANGE AN EXISTING ADMINISTRATION POLICY:
Repeal the NFA"
The NFA isn't an administration policy, it's a federal law, and the president can't repeal it unilaterally. Why petition the White House to do something it can't possibly do?