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Originally Posted by jdang307 View Post
I have no horse in this race, as I don't own a gun and don't plan on one, but I love my Constitution.

But I'm not NRA crazy either. But that's the position they have to take, that's what lobbyists do, they take the crazy position, left and right. It's how things get done.

Any way, what do gun control advocates really want? I'm not talking about a total ban, nobody in a position of power is even contemplating that. But what controls can be put in place, that hasn't already?

The Assault weapons ban and Brady Bill both were quite ineffective. Any positive effect they had, was slight.

The US does have the most gun violence, but what trips me out is that Switzerland is also quite high. I guess fucking blonds all the time gets you crazy

Dude google "Feinstein" and "Gun Ban" you will find 923840932804823432 articles on what she wants. Illinois is actually starting and it's being voted on today during the lame duck session. They basically want to outlaw all semi-automatic anything, including pump shotguns.

Let me help, straight from her webpage. What they consider military characteristics is laughable (thumbhole stocks)

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