arma virumque cano (et alia)
Yeah, yeah, yeah. The pro-gun loonies will tell you that these guns could be purchased anywhere and sent to Mexico -- they are not coming from the USA -- except for the ones that are.
"Yeah, yeah, yeah. The pro-gun loonies will tell you that these guns could be purchased anywhere and sent to Mexico -- they are not coming from the USA -- except for the ones that are."I don't care if they all did come from here. They are a legal product here. Mexico made them illegal there, that is their problem.Maybe if they were not a nation of criminals they wouldn't have so many crimes.
At what gun show/store can I buy a Mexican military issue HMMWV and weapons?
By the way, a buddy of mine down in TX, near the border, is just about ready to go ahead with plans to stock up on a bunch of incomplete AR-15 receivers (like the ones from KT Ordnance, for example), along with all the associated jigs/templates. He already has a very nicely equipped machine shop.Customers can buy the incomplete receiver from him (which, being incomplete, is treated by law as the inert hunk of metal it is), then pay to finish it, using his tooling, under his guidance (with him holding their hand throughout the process, they don't need any skill whatsoever), and then buy (from him) the rest of the parts to make a complete AR-15 (the rest of the parts, of course, are also treated as just inert hunks of metal or polymer).He can even put it together for them, because once they have done the work to "complete" the receiver, it is now a gun--their gun, that he can perform work on for them.That way, whether they can legally own guns or not, he is breaking no law whatsoever. He even plans to place ads in newspapers across the border, in Mexico (that was my suggestion). He'll expect BATFE attention, so constant video surveillance will be necessary, so he can prove that he did nothing illegal.I don't think he plans to charge enough to make much of a profit (which should mean these will be a really good deal)--it's mainly for the satisfaction of pissing off the forcible citizen disarmament pushers.Just wish I lived there, so I could be a part of it.
I don't know what to say. That's quite a story.
Jadefool's Biggest (Only?) Cheerleader:I don't know what to say. That's quite a story.Wow--did I render Jadefool's Biggest (Only?) Cheerleader speechless (however briefly)? Kudos to me--that must be nearly unprecedented!