Please dont get me wrong..I love the USA and I am no felon and have never as an adult been in any trouble with the law. We keep hearing about our rights being slowly being taken from us. My chief (a friend who I respect from Flint Michigan)of police told me there is no way in hell the police are gona kick in the doors of homes looking for any rifles, shotguns, hand guns, or muzzel loaders. There would be a lot of widows and I wont risk my police force on this endever, when you have people that would gladly let a shooter on there roofs or in there shrubs only to shoot to kill any one who even trys to confiscate guns from over a 1000yards its nuts to think this law would hold water, I would never order the officers under me to follow those orders. Now the guys in our armed forces lets start with the Rangers, they are some of the best guys I ever have known, (they have been a great coach) they said if the President made any order for the confiscation of all firearms, the Military would disobay the order and most likley it would be a death wish for that leader." there would be a Colt 1911 with one bullet and a bottle of Scotch with a request for that person to take a walk outside". The words are a quote from an Officer I know well, he said they have hashed this over again and again and there has never been any one who disagrees with this. It would be a death wish. I know 12 guys in the Marines and they said the same thing...the only diference is there would be a killing in the White House..Taking the guns from honest people will never happen. Now I am sure some will think I am wrong or even a nut for saying this. Please ask any member of our armed forces if this situation has ever been spoken among one another and what would happen if given this order? As I said I have never been a felon, I dont drink anything even wine/beer and I dont smoke pot or tobacco, I have no record of violence to my wife or children or neighbors. I have never been a gun-grabber or anti- hunter and I dont associate with racists. I love GOD with all my heart and every ounce of strength I have. Keith Sage.