Ban the massacre of machine gun magazines? I agree, Congressperson!

A machine gun magazine is a terrible thing to massacre, and I’m against it. BTW, CNN considers it polite to practice reading your lines until you can speak them as if not reading.

On a more serious note is “comprehensive background checks” new antigunspeak, or am I just behind the times again? Sounds like the old “universal background checks” the dems were selling a few years ago, which would outlaw practices I definitely don’t plan to stop, er, practicing.

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8 Responses to Ban the massacre of machine gun magazines? I agree, Congressperson!

  1. Mike says:

    Better go out and get your AR sooner rather than later. It’s starting to look like they will not be around that much longer. Just think, all this hoopla from a group that were eating Tide Pods a month ago.

  2. MamaLiberty says:

    Actually, I don’t even want an “AR” of any sort. I have six rifles now, perfectly suited for their various jobs. I’ll spend any spare change I have feeding them. 🙂 But I’ll be tickled to watch from the sidelines as this new “ban” goes over even more poorly than the last one. 🙂

  3. Joel says:

    I myself am thinking about selling a bolty and getting an AR, just out of spite.

  4. Andrew says:

    As to the comprehensive background checks, won’t work. Many federal, state and local agencies enter their criminals into diversion programs that don’t show up on background checks. Some of the crimes considered for diversion are such innocuous things like, oh, say, armed robbery, manslaughter (murder pled down to), serious drug dealing (not, dude, got some extra weed,) and carjacking with injury.

    And then there’s the Air Force not telling the feds about dishonorable discharges.

    So, yeah, background checks only work on us ‘normals’ who haven’t done much crime in our lives.

  5. mattexian says:

    There’s the option to stock up on completed or 80% lowers, with the plan to build them yourself later, provided that mere possession isn’t outlawed and grandfathered.

  6. Kentucky says:

    The Assault Weapons Ban of 2018 . . . read it and weep.

    Over 200 specific guns would be banned, essentially all semi-autos.

  7. Edward says:

    What? No baseball automobiles, bats, hammers, knives, staves, maces or chains? Every one of them has been used in assaults at some time or another. This had better go down in flames.

  8. Robert says:

    Ban whatever. I ain’t giving up what I done already bought. Eff ’em.

    “polite to practice reading your lines”
    Eavesdropping on the studio link from the field, I heard a “professional radio journalist” flub her lines seventeen consecutive times before she achieved air-worthy copy. At least she exhibited perseverence.

To the stake with the heretic!