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    Castle laws

    I was thinking ( ya I know ) if the Fed's instituted a national castle law how effective that might be against home invasions for instance ? Say maybe even give a tax credit for purchasing a fire arm for home defense.
    The News and anti's would be all over it I'm sure but the criminal element would surly hear of it with all the coverage.
    Criminals are getting pretty brazen any more and I feel there's some momentum gaining with the public for self defense in general. More people I talk to seem to bring up thinking about getting a gun lately.
    Doe's any body think this may ever be a possibility ?
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    Re: Castle laws

    Probably not until 2012
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    Re: Castle laws

    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr
    Probably not until 2012
    but by then it will be too late if what they say about the Mayans is true
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    Re: Castle laws

    federal castle law.. hmm i dunno but i doubt they'll be giving tax credits for guns.

    i do not believe the castle doctrine deters criminals.
    at it's core all it does is put burden of proof back on prosecutors.. the actual implementation beyond that varies from state to state.
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    Re: Castle laws

    I could see a tax credit if you use lead free ammo. Your loads would have to eco friendly.
    You may fire when you are ready Gridley.

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    Re: Castle laws

    You guys are dreaming. And, if they can make Castle legal in all fifty states, then they can take gun rights away in all fifty states as well. Castle is best left to the individual states. If you don't have a Castle law in your state, move to one that does.
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    Re: Castle laws

    Quote Originally Posted by texastaurusguy
    You guys are dreaming. And, if they can make Castle legal in all fifty states, then they can take gun rights away in all fifty states as well. Castle is best left to the individual states. If you don't have a Castle law in your state, move to one that does.
    +1 Individual states would not tolerate such a law.




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    Re: Castle laws

    Dream on. I can't see a lot of deterence. When criminals act, getting caught isn't in the forefront of their mind.
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