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Old August 15th, 2019, 10:56 AM #1
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Confiscation question.

I know some not all anti 2a want a complete gun confiscation. But the ones that do what exactly do they want? Our current system with no “assault rifles”? Or a British style where guns are kept at a gun club? It seems on Twitter that people want to take the guns away but didn’t think it through.
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Old August 15th, 2019, 11:02 AM #2
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I think it's a step-by-step process. The anti-gun people want them all but are generally pragmatic enough to "compromise" and accept less...such as "assault"weapon bans or requiring them to stay at gun clubs as suggested. Then they will continually go for more and more thorough laws to gradually either confiscate or require destruction of privately owned firearms of all kinds. Every time another mass killing take place by someone with a firearm not turned in there will be more calls for further restrictions ultimately leading to eradication of all other than those owned by criminals.

The political left wants us to "compromise" away all of our rights.
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Old August 15th, 2019, 11:08 AM #3
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Some most definitely want guns for them.

All most definitely want no guns for you.

Easy peasy.
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We are on borrowed time. I won’t be alive but within 25 years owning a firearm will be almost impossible.
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Let’s make this simple. They want them all. That is the end goal.


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I've had a friend or two say before, 'we probably need to ban all guns outright'. But like you said, they don't think it through, it's impulsive. I ask 'how do you plan on banning them? Really the gov't has to give you compensation the same way they can't just take your house to widen a road. How do you plan on paying for that? do you know how many guns there are and therefore how much money it would cost taxpayers?'. To which they usually say, "well don't buy them, just ban them, make people turn them in', which is an even scarier thought that people are OK with disregarding so much of our constitution. But usually I say, 'if you tell everyone in the U.S. to turn them all in, with but especially without compensation, you will have a second civil war.'. But when you say stuff like that, the dems don't seem to take you seriously. I am not sure why as I don't think it could be any more assured.
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The way things are looking now, it will be more like 2.5 years. The what-ifs in this article seem to be quickly turning into what is actually happening.

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I'm thinking that eventually some Democrat will liken confiscation to eminent domain...where the government takes your property for "the public good" but has to pay you compensation for your loss. Of course there will be no explanation why taking your firearms will be the same as real property as accepted in the concept of eminent domain nor will there be a definition of what "compensation" is or fair market value as opposed to a set fee that the government decides upon.

I can see this happening and tying up courts for years if not generations but it can cause a lot of damage in the meantime. But we all know Democrats and fellow Leftists don't care about that. The Constitution is only a speed bump in their quest to dominate and rule.
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The Brits can keep guns in their homes in a safe bolted to the floor..but they are limited to what they can own. Shot guns and bolt guns mostly.

The real question isn't are they going to try to take them...the real question is who is willing to fight them.
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