sbeIICT wrote:What would be the purpose of a magazine that holds 1 round?
Limit handguns to 10 or less, rifles to 5 or less bullets, shotguns leave as is and get rid of Ar-15s.
Yeah youre right, lets just make full auto completely legal with 100 rd drums standard.
golferboy426 wrote:Yeah youre right, lets just make full auto completely legal with 100 rd drums standard.
another know nothing representative of the public
I have 2 full autos and 2 100 round drums Fully legal
Why the F should I be punished
You really should study the history of the 2nd Amendment and the reason for it
golferboy426 wrote:try investigating the background writing to each amendment ie the support documentation the writers discussed among themselves. You will learn about "common use" and the intent.
Originally ther citizenry was on equal footing with the gov't , not so much now because of technology.
It is and never was about hunting.
You can buy a legal full auto today in CT just not selectable. Pay the ATF fee of 200 or so
Obviously, Im questioning the need for sommmmeeee types of firearms. What if the virginia tech shooter and the Newtown shooter were carrying a 6 shot revolver and a pump-action shotgun? Do you think things would be different?
golferboy426 wrote:wrong bill that one has also been submitted but will go nowhere, the other from Lebeau with a Mckinney sponsorship is a true danger. All the i's & T's might not be there yet but both have said the will submit & support the previous Lebeau bill that never got out of committee. This year I'm sure it will. I spoke to the McKinney office and verified the truth. That said, the woman Erica I believe her name was, said it wasn't finalized with all the various legislative modifications. She offered very tepid encouragement. Mckinney is in a difficult spot representing Newtown but he needs to show Statesmanship
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