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    How does this stop gang-bangers from going over state lines to buy ammo?

    California isn't trying to MAKE YOU SAFER. They're trying to make the liability of owning and
    using a gun so difficult that no one bothers. Kind of the way they drive out business through
    hyper-regulation.

    When this fails they'll again say they didn't go far enough and ban reloading supplies.

    I suggested to my manager a few weeks ago we stop doing business in California. The paperwork
    it takes to send things there is nuts.

    https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/

    Is not worth the headaches. Already plenty of federal and international regulations to cover
    everything required by Kalifornia but, they're special and have to do their own thing too.

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    If Santa Anna has been patient, he could have walked into Cali unopposed and just taken the state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    If Santa Anna has been patient, he could have walked into Cali unopposed and just taken the state.
    His descendants are doing just that...in fact they are being fed, housed and having their medical care/babies delivered for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwhite View Post
    How does this stop gang-bangers from going over state lines to buy ammo?
    AHHH!--BUILD THE WALL
    around Kalifornia!
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    When you were younger and lived in a dry county, you made beer runs. At the time, you never thought you'd use that experience again, but here you are, making ammo runs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollin thunder View Post
    When you were younger and lived in a dry county, you made beer runs. At the time, you never thought you'd use that experience again, but here you are, making ammo runs.
    You called that right! I do remember night runs to the next county or to the local bootlegger on the east side of the RR tracks.
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    LOL, I lived in Highland Village and can remember I only had to cross the street to another strip mall in Lewisville to get beer. Of course, it had to be in a brown bag to cross back into Highland Village.

    I guess the Universal Carry Gun Laws that the Republicans will pass when they regain control after the next national election will need to now include ammo.

    You know, for the life of me I do not understand why the Federal government continues to let these states pass laws that contradict Federal law. If it were up to me:

    1. Anyone helping an illegal evade ICE, gets arrested, regardless of local, county or state laws, just like the federal judge in Washington state did. They get arrested on federal felony charges by ICE and get put on the docket right behind the illegals. I might even throw them in with the illegals at these detention centers, just so they get a close up view of the crisis. Sanctuary cities, counties and states pay an extra Federal fee to help pay for the issues they have caused, and all illegals get dumped into these areas.

    2. As a warning, notify the Stock Exchange, that if they handle stocks involved in the drug businesses that are Federally prohibited, they will be arrested for being involved in the business of producing, distributing and selling illegal drugs. If that doesn't stop the state legislatures dead in their tracks, then:

    3. President seizes the state treasuries of those states that have legalized pot and are collecting taxes on it. He seizes the money as the proceeds from drug sales, all of it, just like you would a drug dealer.

    4. Federalize those states' National Guard, put the state capitals under martial law and back up Federal Marshalls as they arrest the Governor, his Cabinet, and the state legislatures on charges of participating in the illegal production, distribution and sales of Federally prohibited drugs.

    5. Of course with the large numbers of Africans now illegally entering the country because of Ebola outbreaks in the Congo, every illegal caught goes into HHS/CDC medical quarantine and the whole 20 day ruling goes out the window.
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    Well, I guess I won't be driving down to California to buy ammo any longer.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollin thunder View Post
    When you were younger and lived in a dry county, you made beer runs. At the time, you never thought you'd use that experience again, but here you are, making ammo runs.

    HEY!
    maybe I could become Al Capone of Ammo if I moved closer to Kalifornia border and got some "FRIENDS" to deliver to some under ground AMMO supply houses>
    then I could maybe afford to buy me A Thompson Machine gun in 38 Super to complete the look.
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    Don't think you will want to go anywhere, except out of Atlanta area. The huge increase in numbers of Africans crossing illegally is due to outbreaks of Ebola in the Congo. It has no cure and has a fatality rate of somewhere around 85%, if I remember correctly. Not counting the ones who were not caught, but went directly into the general population, the ones going through the ICE centers will spread the disease among all, then they will be bused into large populated areas.

    If only one case gets through we could be into millions of dead in a matter of weeks. I do not understand why the CDC (in Atlanta) has not stepped into this and started quarantining every illegal, in addition to warning Mexico of the danger. This is far worse than Mad Cow Disease, or Avian Flu, this is a plague level event, if not contained.
    Battle of Wanat: 10 years ago last 13 July, 1LT Brostram was killed in combat killing the last enemy combatant in the outpost. The LT went to the point of decision and made the difference that turned the tide of the battle. The original investigation found the Bde Cmdr, the Bn Cmdr and the Co Cmdr at fault for dereliction of duty. If you want to see what a sarcastic silver star citation reads like, pull up the company commander's silver star.

 

 
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