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    Default News for imprinting on guns

    Thought y'all might find this interesting.



    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/01/26...ue-to-gun-law/

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    I saw that, I wish Kalifornia would just secede from the union and keep their idiocy to themselves. Huge kudos to Ruger and Smith&Wesson for their refusal to aquiesce!

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    Interesting article, bad choice in photos.

    Regardless of the firearms condition, this is surprising to see from a S&W assembler (Hand over the muzzle + FOT)

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    Some 'ole same 'ole outta Kommiefonia. No surprises there.

    Wish more manufacturers would tell them to shove it too, including car makers. Let them live in their own hell.

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    Really? I think he knows what he is doing

    Quote Originally Posted by kjsl105 View Post
    Interesting article, bad choice in photos.

    Regardless of the firearms condition, this is surprising to see from a S&W assembler (Hand over the muzzle + FOT)

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    Quote Originally Posted by woundedknee View Post
    Really? I think he knows what he is doing
    How could you possibly NOT muzzle people in a gun factory? Seriously? At any given time there are probably a dozen or more people being muzzled while they're assembling these guns. There are strict rules about no live ammo in these areas.

    I read one article that said many of the makers are doing this to set up a constitutional violation. While a bank of regulations on guns may not each be violations, if you take the sum of the regulations as a whole it can. SCOTUS has already ruled that a combination of non-violating laws can reach the level of violation of rights if taken as a whole. In this case, if you cannot buy a gun in CA because the total of the laws prohibits all of the manufacturers, it's the equivalent of banning guns. So a lot of the gun companies are dropping off in order to force that to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobius View Post
    it's the equivalent of banning guns.
    It sure nuff is.

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