I think that my weapons are smart. They only go bang when I pull the trigger. Maybe while they're at it they can mandate smart bullets that only fly towards paper and bad guys. I honestly think that they aren't going to go after Guns any more after the supreme court ruling about D.C. I think that the ruling firmed up individual owner right. One thing that i think will be a problem is Ammo. It would not surprise me to see taxes levied on ammo and components to make them so expensive that it becomes prohibitive to shoot. I've even heard rumors of legislation to make specific types of ammo illegal. I think that .223 was one because they are "sniper rounds". Hmmm doesn't almost any sniper use a .308? retarded politicians. I think its funny that they want to ban these guns and what not yet their own personal protection teams carry guns. total hypocritical bull****. ban guns and then see what happens. probably something similar to england. politicians are idiots. they piss me off so much. so many of them have never even owned a gun, or even know what the hell a gun is or how it works. when i hear a politician say "Spray fire" i throw up in my mouth. maybe if they move out of their million dollar estates and live in the real- non trust fund baby reality of the world they would see what it can be like. Where i live there are only 2 offices on patrol during a shift. ive called before for a potential car jacking in progress across the street from my house. officers showed up 45 mins later. same thing happened to a friend's mother. house alarm went off and it took police about 90mins to show. hmmm... i think that politicians need to wake up and move out of millionaire estates.
just one more reason not to ever move to commiefornia. I feel for all the responsible gun owners CA. I also like Barrett telling CA to shove it up their ass with the .50BMG ban. Someone needs to take that to the supreme court. i don't think that everyone should have a gun, but if you meet the requirements, aren't a felon or nuts then it is your right.
‘‘To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of people always possess arms, and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them...’’
— Richard Henry Lee, 1787