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House Resolution Proposes to Ban Dozens of Rifles

June 14, 2007 09:59 PM EDT

In 1993, the Clinton adminstration passed a ban on assault weapons. In 2004, it expired, but is again making its way through Washington - and this time there are many more stipulations.

A proposed gun law has some up in arms.

Doc Blanchard, Doc's Gun Barn: "I don't think they know what they are doing."

In 1994, the Clinton admistration enacted the Assault Weapons Ban, outlawing 19 different guns. It had a ten-year sunset clause and expired in 2004. But now it is again going through Washington as House Resolution 1022. Doc Blanchard of Doc's Gun Barn says this bill makes a good chunk of his inventory illegal.

Doc Blanchard: "If you take that total the way it is now, you're probably looking at 20-25%."

The bill bans most semi-automatic rifles and shotguns. It also prohibits certain accessories like folding stocks, threaded barrels, detachable magazines, and pistol grips. This time, it specifies 65 different types of weapons - many the NRA says are used for sport and hunting.

Ashley Varner, Spokesperson, NRA: "When you start targeting firearms, it means you're not working on the criminals. We want the focus here to be on the criminals and not on the guns. The criminals are going to use whatever they can get. They need to be taken off the streets. That's where we should be putting our focus, time and energy."

Sheriff Lorin Nielsen says it's a complicated issue.

Lorin Nielsen, Bannock County Sheriff: "I hunt, and don't need to with an automatic weapon. I want to be able to eat what I hunt and there is not going to be much left if we use that type of weapon. However, there are some areas in the West where that might not be as bad as in New York City, and I think when we pass national laws that affect the whole area, it's awful hard to fit every square peg into every square hole, and I would like to see it left up the states."

Blanchard says it's a waste of time.

Doc Blanchard: "It didn't work the first time and it won't work the next time."


Omfg here we go again with the BS flying.

This is the worst one ever.. "I want to be able to eat what I hunt and there is not going to be much left if we use that type of weapon"

I think a 30-06 hunting rifle is a LITTLE more powerfull than a 223..

I cant get started in this shit again...
 

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do you know what the definition of insanity is? repeating the same experiment over and over again expecting different results.

how on god green earth they where able to ban the type of weapon responsible for a minuscule amount of crime in the first place, is beyond me. but the cop is saying exactly what ron paul is saying. you cant get good results by enacting laws that are nation wide. society differs so much between states that you will never get a one-size-fits-all result. end this bureaucratic BS and let the people decide.
 

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let the people decide.
What I learned in school is that was what America was about, they where wrong.. The goverment is now made up of people who buy votes and lie to get where they are. They dont give a flying fuck about what the people want.
 

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Nose Nuggets said:
do you know what the definition of insanity is? repeating the same experiment over and over again expecting different results.
Notice in the background all the hunting rifles some being 'automatic' and others bolt action...


"SPIRALLING gun crime is blighting Greater Manchester with more than 3,000 firearms incidents in the last 15 months...
And actual shootings, not including crimes where guns were not fired, increased nine per cent in the last 12 months alone, with 120 confirmed discharges...
In terms of firearms incidents, a lot of them involve air weapons and BB guns and are not associated with what I would call hard-core gang activity..."

Source - http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/s/1007/1007733_gun_crime_on_the_rise.html

This alone counters everything all those fools have to say including the backhanded statement of Bannock County Sheriff Lorin Nielsen.

- Janq
 

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f-n christ


time to go on a buyin spree i guess
 
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