And So It Begins

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… from Shooting Wire:

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), who has championed gun control in her state for decades and co-wrote the original assault weapons ban enacted by the federal government in the 1990′s, wishes to bring even more stringent federal mandates to the land of the free.

What is being proposed by Feinstein is the most significant attack on the second amendment in history.

It would essentially ban thousands of firearms and require gun owners to turn them over to the Federal government.

I don’t have the minutes of the meeting (yet), but sources tell me California Senator and longtime gun-hater Dianne Feinstein’s legal staff held meetings on Friday with FTB/ATF legal staff to discuss a new “Assault Weapons Ban” Madame Feinstein would be looking to push through Congress if President Obama wins reelection.

This same “pretty good intelligence” says the items that would lead to a ban would ban pistol grips and “high-capacity” magazines, eliminate any grandfathering and ban sales of “weapons in possession.”

Source: Shooting Wire

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  1. It began long ago. Reagan’s california invented the idea of a shotgun culture not Diane.

    SEEMS TO BE A LOT OF CODGERS HERE WHO USE GUNS TO ENFORCE MORALIty and not just protect their property. Telling people how to live by monopolizing all the land and resources started with Republicans,

      • I took the quiz , but being anarchists, they don’t give you any answers.

        The seem to want to live under NGO tyranny. I don’t think I fit with any group.

        I believe doers and tryers are the ones to run things. Even if they fail and cause harm. How will things improve if no one is allowed to learn from their mistakes.

        Governments, Universities, Religions, Sports, none of these should have the power they do.

        A local Walmart, a local craigslist page, a power company, and a pay pal account. These 4 things could expand to provide enough interaction and control to rule the world.

  2. It wouldn’t surprise me if the likes of Feinstein owned stock in gun manufacturers who will benefit, at least if the short run, if such laws ever see the light of day.