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Discussion in 'Politics Forum' started by lOOKnGO, Feb 25, 2017.
Bernie "Judas Goat" Sanders. Sounds about right.
Reddit has some neat stuff about how to rifle barrels at home. Also files to print Glocks at home are openly available.
Lol. Nobody can even estimate to the nearest million how many guns are in this country
Good. When the D’s talk like this the numbers only go up. Buddy of mine who works at a bigger local gun shop said since Beta talked like this they have sold 3x the amount of guns in a few days compared to last year at the same time. 1/3 being AR’s. Lol
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I hear estimates in the 400 million. I would expect even higher because I have guns from the 60s that are like new.
Yep. I think we would all be shocked at just the number of service weapons brought back and never turned in
My wife’s grandfather brought back a Thompson machine gun, colt 1911 and M1 garand.
I know where a few unregistered... never mind
Looks like she's been eating her sheetrock right off the ****in' wall.
The hat and face pretty much says it all.
Would the **** Beto pass a NICS check?
I don’t think he would, those two misdemeanors he has are fairly serious. One clearly shows alcohol, substance abuse, coupled with poor decision making, then there is burglary charge.
Erica Enders sporting a TRUMP hat a few minutes ago at the NHRA Nationals in Mohnton, PA
(sorry for the crappy pic from my tv)
Evidently a 2A girl too...
All honesty there is about 250,000 registered class III transferable pre 1986 weapons on the ATF list, this is the reason why a crappy M-11 .380 APC Cobray goes for almost $10,000 if you have all the optional accessories and around 10, 32 round magazines. The supply is well short of the demand. This is why I am a firm believer and supporter of the Veterans amnesty registration where all WW-II, Korean, and Vietnam veterans that brought back select and full auto arms can register them without the tax stamp.
But the biggest hurdle and group that is against this proposed law is not Congress, or the ATF/FBI. Or all the liberal whack jobs. It is the Class III dealers as if this came to pass all their inflated priced weapons would take a hit (lose upwards to 70% of their value) so this is why this law has been in limbo for over 20+ years now. As these people continue to stonewall.
But to answer your question there is enough firearms in this country to arm every single citizen with a weapon and then a few (10 to 25 million more on top of this). The 400 million is way too high for obvious reasons.
There is 2 other countries that have even a bigger firearms pool than the US and you don't see either countries citizens gunning each other down in the streets that is the Swiss and Israel. The Swiss I think have something like 10 million and the Israeli's about 18 million weapons in circulation depending on the source you look at.