"Put down the Chore Boy and back away from the weaponry!"
No joke! ATF bans scrub-pad stockpiles.
Feds warns kitchen staple considered part of 'silencer'
Weapon of choice for modern gangbangers if you believe Hillary's State Department. An M-1 rifle about to be "exploited for illicit purposes" in 1944.
Backlash against Obama's rifle ban to target Congress.
A stealth plan by the Obama administration to classify hundreds of thousands of workhorse rifles used by the U.S. military and public alike as dangerous has prompted a grass-roots campaign to save the weapons, and a key U.S. senator has lent his voice to the effort.
"If we're going to reverse President Obama's Million Rifle Ban, gun owners have to turn the heat up on Congress now before it's too late," writes Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., in a campaign launched by National Association for Gun Rights. . .
A spokesman for the U.S. Department of State explained to WND when the re-importation ban initially was announced that the permission had been granted for the rifles to be shipped to the U.S., then it was rescinded.
The decision, explained Karl Duckworth, was prompted because of "concerns that such large numbers" of weapons would be brought into the U.S. and they could be "exploited for illicit purposes."
However, he said he could not elaborate on who expressed the concerns.