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Old February 7th, 2019, 04:30 PM #11
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There is no duty whatsoever to obey or enforce any unconstitutional gun infringements and bans.
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Talking to folks about this the consensus is there will be a lot of new criminals once this is signed into law who could care less. In fact, screw HBAR's because they'll just buy what they want. Screw the HQL because again they'll just buy what they want from someone who will sell. Across state lines isn't an issue once you no longer care. Self defense etc. just got easier too. Risk versus liability... Sad really.
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Talking to folks about this the consensus is there will be a lot of new criminals once this is signed into law who could care less. In fact, screw HBAR's because they'll just buy what they want. Screw the HQL because again they'll just buy what they want from someone who will sell. Across state lines isn't an issue once you no longer care. Self defense etc. just got easier too. Risk versus liability... Sad really.
Never really thought about it but you're absolutely right Ranchero.
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Old February 7th, 2019, 05:16 PM #14
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Its been six years since the 2013 fiasco. Too many reticent gun owners...the chickens have come home to roost.
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Im confused?! Exactly what is going on? Ban on HBAR'S?
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Talking to folks about this the consensus is there will be a lot of new criminals once this is signed into law who could care less. In fact, screw HBAR's because they'll just buy what they want. Screw the HQL because again they'll just buy what they want from someone who will sell. Across state lines isn't an issue once you no longer care. Self defense etc. just got easier too. Risk versus liability... Sad really.
And this is exactly how I see it too.
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Im confused?! Exactly what is going on? Ban on HBAR'S?
That's one, another is a long gun qualification license. Will not comply.
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Posted this in the guns in 2019 session thread. I don't think I'll be able to get time to go down on the gun days. In my district all my reps are dems and writing/calling them is a waste of time, every time they basically just say screw you. What can I do that is actually meaningful? I feel like I'm bailing with a sieve.
Where in Frederick county is it all Blue? I’m not doubting you, as Frederick used to be mostly red, but is now purple thanks to places like Urbana. They just continue to build and all the shitholes that ruined MoCo are moving Frederick county.
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These 8 folks with their name on this bill need looked into is my first thought. I bet there's a black face yearbook or similar impropriety associated with one of them or their friends, clients,intimate partner, former spouse
"certain" business partner or whatever. Nobody is that clean,theirs something there, I'm sure.
They are already sure the public at large is guilty of hiding some wrongdoing and they want to punish those for what they are afraid of most, the ability to trust themselves by not doing the right thing at some point or being able to control their own actions.
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Well, we knew it was coming. The MGA is coming for us. I think they are emboldened by the losses conservatives took this year AND see the writing on the wall with redistricting. How can we be in such a bad place, yet on the precipice of something soooo needed?


IMO, I encourage the MGA to pass their laws AND take them further. Go ahead and ban HBARs AND call for a registration/confiscation. That is the only thing that is going to get some on "our side" to get off their asses. We have a few legislators on our side that are educated enough to be of help, but the majority are either self-serving or just knowledgable enough to hurt us.

Where is Governor Hogan on any of this? Not that it matters. The MGA have to power to override any veto and they will.

This is it! What will you do?
While what you are calling for will bring some of the ugliest behavior human beings can offer, Im pro incinerationist myself. Gotta knock everyone right off that fence.
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