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Old March 14th, 2013, 08:43 AM #21
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I've been boycotting them for years. Every now and again I stop in on a whim, and everytime I am reminded of why don't give them any business. I just dont like their manner and service. Never been a time when I was in there where I didnt feel like I was bothering them when asking a question or wanting to see something.
I've gotten that sense a little there also. (little bit)
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Old March 14th, 2013, 11:46 AM #22
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As I understand it, didn't Adam Lanza try to buy a gun at a gun store and fail the background check? Then he had to go home and kill his mother and take her firearms instead. Now he may have been planning on killing his mother all along, but he may not have, we don't know. If he had been allowed to buy a gun from a store, he may not have had to kill his mother for her guns, and she might still be alive. Repeal background checks now! After all, if it saves just one life, it's worth it, right?

Love it.... Funny thing is, a Libtard would use something like this if it worked in their favor!! LOL
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Old March 14th, 2013, 12:11 PM #23
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I'm going to tape this letter to his front door this week.
Do it!

I want to see the YouTube video of him when he goes to open the shop and sees it!
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It will make him money and allow for confiscation.

It is a tax in another name. Plus, will make inheritance even worse for any familiy where a firearm is owned. Will the police show up to secure the firearms until you pay the tax (transfer) on each and every one of them?

Denial of personal property is pretty much the way I see it in the end and will fuel a black market while creating more "criminals".
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Old March 14th, 2013, 04:38 PM #25
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Can you say, "Zumbo"?

Delaware's bill allows Miller to charge you $50 to pass your shotgun to your kid.
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Hmmmm.....

www.millersguncenter.com isn't registered, according to godaddy....

You think a domain smack to the URL in the OP might be in order?
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Hmmmm.....

www.millersguncenter.com isn't registered, according to godaddy....

You think a domain smack to the URL in the OP might be in order?
do it
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Thinking about it. Cheapest 1 year private domain registration I could work out was $17.67 (through godaddy). Anybody know a cheaper route? Also, what about legalities? I don't want to get sued.
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Try www.1and1.com. $7.99 for the first year.
One would think that with all of the money that they are making, they could afford a bigger shop, better lighting and some personality training for the employees.
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