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Old 12-30-2012, 01:20 PM
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Re: Assault Weapons Ban 2013 explained

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Old 12-30-2012, 02:25 PM
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Re: Assault Weapons Ban 2013 explained

I've written emails directly to all of em including The Governor, and his successor, and done this 2x now, I still need to get the letters mailed out though
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:42 PM
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Re: Assault Weapons Ban 2013 explained

Thanks Jeff for making it easy... I sent mine in and have received automatic responses from the CO Senators saying that due to the overwhelming numbers of emails it may be a few days before they can reply.

I'm hopeful that "overwhelming" will change to "overpowering"

Jack
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:20 PM
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Re: Assault Weapons Ban 2013 explained

Excellent post Broz. This is excactly what needs to happen. Everyone who is vested in our god given right to own firearms needs to stand up, be heard, make themselves known to whomever it may concern.
I fear that some wont concern themselves with this legislation cuz it "dont affect them".

Make no mistake This is not about black guns, its about all guns. If they get this peice of our rights chipped away how long til they start chipping away at the next one, when it will concern more. Its been goin on since 1934.If we all band together they can not ignore us.

No more compromising our rights away. Its time they deal with this for what it is.....How do ya stop the crazys.

Great post again and thanks in advance for your support of the Constitution.
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Re: Assault Weapons Ban 2013 explained

Sent and hope all gun owners does the same
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Old 12-30-2012, 03:31 PM
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Re: Assault Weapons Ban 2013 explained

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Thanks Jeff for making it easy... I sent mine in and have received automatic responses from the CO Senators saying that due to the overwhelming numbers of emails it may be a few days before they can reply.

I'm hopeful that "overwhelming" will change to "overpowering"

Jack
I've also written alot of folks and signed a buttload of petitions---most recent one to impeach Senator Feinstein. (failure to uphold the United States Constitution)
I had contacted Senator Lindsey Graham, NC, thanking him for his support on gun legislation and the fact that he admitted to owning an AR 15 on national TV. I got the same response that they were extremely "busy" AND the fact that I was from Idaho put me in the "no response from the senator" category. Oh well, I made the attempt and I will keep doing so until this legislation is stopped.

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Old 12-30-2012, 03:44 PM
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Re: Assault Weapons Ban 2013 explained

That video reaffirms what I believe to be on the horizon should Feinstein's bill come to pass. I don't currently own any firearms that the general public has been told are "assault weapons", but her legislation goes far beyond what the masses have been told.
He IS correct, it is all about registration and confiscation. The list of banned firearms will grow exponentially when the control crowd get their foot in the door. It wouldn't take long for my 10/22 to be considered "not suitable for hunting or protection" and therefore should be banned,... I know how the control crowd works.
One day I will have the money to get another AR, and I want them to be there when I do.
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