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Old February 15th, 2018, 02:05 PM #111
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News reports today indicate that the FBI had two reports about this guy but did not alert local LEOs. This guy had a known history, including "disturbing", according to cartoon news network, social media posts.

The fact that he was a known whacko news needs to be driven home by everyone who testifies or writes their legiscritter.

And good point about gun crime in bodymorgue being routinely committed with fewer than 10 rounds. Drive that point home too.
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Old February 15th, 2018, 04:30 PM #112
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Repeat Offender... repeat offender.....

with a low capacity revolver.

whew!!

SSDD on the Baltimore Police Facepalm page

Thank god the Baltimore delegation is offering real solutions.

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Old February 15th, 2018, 09:53 PM #113
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I read this entire thread hoping the topic of police being held to the same standards as citizens. The PD is not a higher station than us. Won’t that mean a magazine compliance for the BPD? That expense would be exorbitant!
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I read this entire thread hoping the topic of police being held to the same standards as citizens. The PD is not a higher station than us. Won’t that mean a magazine compliance for the BPD? That expense would be exorbitant!
Whenever I hear the "where do you draw the line" straw-man argument (i.e., do we let people own machine guns, hand-grenades, tanks, nuclear weapons), I use the "government force" retort. In order to defend against tyranny and government oppression, private citizens should be allowed to own and use whatever weaponry the government could reasonably be expected to use against private citizens. If we ban private citizens from owning 10+round magazines, then the same restrictions should apply to government enforcers, IMHO.
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Whenever I hear the "where do you draw the line" straw-man argument (i.e., do we let people own machine guns, hand-grenades, tanks, nuclear weapons), I use the "government force" retort. In order to defend against tyranny and government oppression, private citizens should be allowed to own and use whatever weaponry the government could reasonably be expected to use against private citizens. If we ban private citizens from owning 10+round magazines, then the same restrictions should apply to government enforcers, IMHO.
Unforunately this argument doesn't make sense to those who mistakenly think 2A applies to hunting equipment.
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I just saw this and I’m sick to my core. Will not reduce crime one bit!
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SB1062, Weapon Crimes - Detachable Magazines and Regulated Firearms - Possession

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For those of us with Class 3 guns, this bill will be a real heart breaker. Nothing like dropping 20 or 30 k on a machine gun and then having to shoot 10 rounds through at a time.
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For those of us with Class 3 guns, this bill will be a real heart breaker. Nothing like dropping 20 or 30 k on a machine gun and then having to shoot 10 rounds through at a time.
Belt fed conversion????
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My knee jerk reaction is eyeball what they are doing in calif to figure out what will eventually become law in maryland. The dems’ approach is long term. If not 2018, then later. They just want to tell their voters they did “ something” to those bad guns and bad guns people.
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