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    You have to read the "fine print" the anti gunners present.

    http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...o-on-594-Rally

    Most of us keep up with what is happening across the USA. We seem to be getting the same kind of bloomy protaganists with the same rhetoric all across the Country. This, I594, is the "gotta have more backgroundchecks/gunshow loophole" bill the antis want as law here. Bad law.

    We had our usual "meet&greet" this past weekend and something of a BFO (blinding flash of the obvious) hit us. One of the group, you know and love him as the famous SVG, is a Contractor. Not the mercenary kind, but a true Carpenter. His revelation was this:

    Under the proposed "expanded background check" law, he would not be able to pass a nail gun to a co-worker without a nics. He could not issue those tools to his employees without a nics. To compound this, at the end of the day, another nics at tool turn in. In Washington, a firearm is just a powder actuated device that expels a projectile.

    Look closely at the proposals the antis are attempting to bring to bear under the BC/GSloophole excuse. A key would be bloomy or moms against sanity, they seem to use the same cr@p everywhere they go.

    Post if you find any similarities in your voting area. It is only a conspiracy if it is true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSG Laigaie View Post
    Post if you find any similarities in your voting area. It is only a conspiracy if it is true.
    Not in my voting area, but online. Someone thinks a law somehow applies even if it's blatantly un-Constitutional. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled otherwise.

    When it comes to such un-Constitutional laws, ignore them. Encourage law enforcement to do the same. After all, they took an oath to the Constitution, not every wayward legislator who scribbled junk on a piece of paper.
    The First protects the Second, and the Second protects the First. Together, they protect the rest of our Bill of Rights and our United States Constitution, and help We the People protect ourselves in the spirit of our Declaration of Independence.

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    Wisconsin AB138/SB124 failed to pass.

    Adverse Disposal
    The following is a list of Assembly and Senate bills and joint resolutions, and Assembly resolutions in the possession of the Assembly at the end of the last general-business floorperiod, which was adjourned on April 3 and therefore adversely disposed of pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 1:
    Analysis: Current law provides that various conditions, including a background check of a prospective purchaser, must be met before a federally licensed firearms dealer may transfer a handgun after a sale. This bill generally prohibits a person from selling or transferring a firearm unless the sale or transfer occurs through a federally licensed firearms dealer and involves a background check of the prospective transferee. Under this bill, the following are excepted from that prohibition: a sale or transfer to a firearms dealer, a sale or transfer for which the waiting period for the purchase of a handgun under current law does not apply, a transfer that is by gift, bequest, or inheritance to a family member, or a transfer that is intended to be temporary and that has a purpose that is not illegal. A person who is convicted of violating the prohibition is guilty of a misdemeanor and must be fined not less than $500 nor more than $10,000, may be imprisoned for not more than nine months, and may not possess a firearm for a period of two years.
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