Friday, June 12, 2015

NSSF statement on the removal of "sporting purposes" language.

Federal bill would revise Gun Control Act of 1968, prevent rifle ammo from being banned


Anonymous said...

This has a snowball's chance of passing.

Anonymous said...

Here's an idea. Let's repeal the act entirely.

And the one in 86 and the one in 34. In fact I'd like to see much of what the feds have done, repealed.

Laws are like that. Real hard to get repealed unless their is a personal consequence for those who passed them.

The last one I remember was the luxury tax on anything made, valued above a certain amount. Yes the Democrats did it, and when the boat industry took a substantial financial hit because of it and people began loosing their jobs and businesses, those same democrats fell all over each other trying to repeal it, at least the boat portion of it.

Because they were all of a sudden faced with actual consequences for their previous actions.

Anonymous said...

Amending it isn't what's needed.


Steve Miller said...

I left a comment on that article let's see if the guardians of the gate approve it: I'll be impressed with a total repeal of the 1934 NFA and the 1968 GCA while exposing the relationship of the GCA with the 1938 German Weapons Law, plus repeal of the Hughes Amendment to the 1968 FOPA, and add in prosecution against all enforcement efforts past and present involving these affronts to our God Given Liberties, under US Title 18 Section 242 Deprivation of Rights Under The Color of Law.

Anonymous said...

Let's get rid of 922r too while we're at it.

Ed said...

How any of this nonsense is suitable within the following continues to amaze me -
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." U.S. Constitution, Amendment II.

Try removing First Amendment protections from selected religions in a similar manner and watch the fun.