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    Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    Don't know about that, but saw a deal on FB about a bill to ban bump stocks. Every republican that votes for it should be voted out in next election's primary.
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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    Oh, if the Democrats had control of Congress or the Executive? Yeah, it would be a full frontal assault.

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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    They're just posturing. Can't pass important bills any way. Pres will mostly likely veto.

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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    Here is the link to a White house petition:

    Stop HR.3999

    Help the petition reach its goal, share with others:

    URL: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/stop-hr3999

    Here's the link to the Congress WRT this bill [Nothing like having actual facts]:

    https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-...ouse-bill/3999
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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    OK, there is now on the congresses site the bills text as well as the title.

    Still is too vague.
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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    Vagueness is not by accident. They will do all they can to disguise it's real meaning.
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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mitchr View Post
    Vagueness is not by accident. They will do all they can to disguise it's real meaning.
    I understand that, and I need to write and e-mail my congress-critters. Was just updating the status.
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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    Our Congress always has filled many Bills with ambiguous and vague wording. Then when it is passed they use them to mean what ever they choose. Congress cannot be nor ever has been trusted.
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    Re: Is it starting ? Auto rifle ban ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ParaCav View Post
    Our Congress always has filled many Bills with ambiguous and vague wording. Then when it is passed they use them to mean what ever they choose. Congress cannot be nor ever has been trusted.
    You must mean the brilliant statement of "we have to pass it to find out what's in it". I won't buy can goods without labels much less laws.
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