Sunday, September 4, 2011

'Reasonable', 'Common-Sense' Gun Control

Cleaning out the car, I found a box of 20ga game load and a couple of loose rounds of .22LR. Some of those from a Remington brick of 550.

Had I been driving through MA or NJ, I would have been committing a felony.

And those are the kinds of laws that gun control advocates mean when they use the expressions 'reasonable' and 'common-sense'.

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Chas said...

Markie Marxist sez: "It's just common communist sense to felonize otherwise law-abiding gun owners for having a .22 cartridge stuck between the seats. That way, they can't vote against us anymore. See how sensible we are? Ha! Ha! All your cartridge are belong to us! And your right to vote too!"

Hans said...

Don't I know it. On Saturday when I picked up my new sniper d3ath rifle, it took me an hour to get to the closest FFL and an hour back home before I could run the rest of my errands. That is, of course, the point. The more difficult it is, the fewer people will bother to jump through the hoops.

Anonymous said...

I think it wise to impose common sense First Amendment restrictions prohibiting the Brady Bunch and the Joyce goon-squad from spreading propaganda.