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Washington DC and The Holy Land>House Dems plan vote to criminalize private gun sales
Chief Northman 09:59 PM 02-10-2019
https://www.breitbart.com/podcast/20...les-this-week/

- Green New Deal
- Full term + abortion laws
- More anti-Israel rhetoric from ranking Dem members
- Rape and blackface scandals in Virginia
- The Whitaker show trial attempt

And now a call to criminalize private gun sales in an effort to get “government” in the loop on attacks of the 2nd amendment.

How is 2020 shaping up again? The left is just impolding here.
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Garcia Bronco 06:51 PM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Randallflagg:
Out there in Denver, at least as I remember (unless it has changed), a Background check MUST be ran every time a gun is sold (Gun shows for example).


Again, unless that has changed sine the last time a friend of mine dragged me to one of those shows..
I have bought about four firearms from the Tanner gun show here in Denver and had to do an FFL transfer every time. Every time. And they typically cost 10 to 15 bucks. If I'm purchasing a $500 sig Sauer then 10 or 15 bucks is irrelevant. What this law is aimed at is private citizens conducting a sale in the parking lot or in the break area at the gun show. In those situations nobody knows about it. So this law won't stop that. No law will, but it does hold people accountable after the fact.
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Garcia Bronco 06:53 PM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Over Yonder:
I only have 1 gun that I bought new. Outside of it, every gun I own has been a private transaction. Never once used a FFL. I wouldn't even know how to find one even if I did want to use one. But I was the buyer every time. I have never sold a gun. Selling might give me pause also.


And for prying eyes, I officially only own 1 gun!:-)
Any gun store that sells guns would have to have a class 3 FFL.. they can conduct the transfer for you. They typically charge a fee. These can vary. I've heard it as high as forty bucks. not that expensive considering they have to maintain their license. I've seen some gun stores negotiate. Maybe buy some accessories or something.
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Garcia Bronco 06:57 PM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
Why do you say "no change to the laws"?

If I understand it correctly, the proposal is to require background checks for private sales of guns. Are you saying that's already the law?
I believe the laws vary state-by-state. What the federal government is trying to do is to supersede that. however, the power to regulate firearms is not something that's actually attributed to the federal government. While I don't think States would fight it this is really a state decision and not one for the federal government.

I don't have a problem with the bill. it's something you should do to protect yourself anyway. I also don't think the bill would actually stop the crazy people we're trying to stop. I don't think it'll be effective in the short term but maybe in the long-term it could be effective.
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BucEyedPea 06:59 PM 02-11-2019
Originally Posted by Garcia Bronco:
I believe the laws vary state-by-state. What the federal government is trying to do is to supersede that. however, the power to regulate firearms is not something that's actually attributed to the federal government. While I don't think States would fight it this is really a state decision and not one for the federal government.
Bingo!
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