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    Check out this article !

    http://libertydefenseleague.com/libe...s-freedom-act/

    What are your thought on it ? Robin47 :celebrate

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    I'm still waiting for the "Made in Montana" tax-free suppressors and select fire weapons.
    Do you want to enjoy liberty in your lifetime?

    Consider moving to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project.

    "Live Free or Die"

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    If I were to travel to a state with such laws passed, bought a firearm there, and traveled with it myself back to my home state...would it thus circumvent federal laws passed via the commerce clause, since the weapon didn't move in interstate commerce?

    Not that I'll be able to afford cross country trips for a nice new pistol any time soon, but it's just a thought.

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    By traveling from your home state to buy the object in another state, you have made the object move in and affected interstate commerce. Congress has the power to regulate such a transaction. In order for the object to remain out of federal jurisdiction, it would have to remain in its state of origin forever.
    Do you want to enjoy liberty in your lifetime?

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    Bleh.

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    wewd wrote:
    By traveling from your home state to buy the object in another state, you have made the object move in and affected interstate commerce. Congress has the power to regulate such a transaction. In order for the object to remain out of federal jurisdiction, it would have to remain in its state of origin forever.
    And that's exactly where it would remain.
    "Why should judicial precedent bind the nation if the Constitution itself does not?" -- Mark Levin

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