arma virumque cano (et alia)
Registration. The first step to confiscation. Fortunately there has been only a 10-15% compliance rate in the US in places like Chicago and NYC.
So where's all the confiscations?
Look at what already happened in CA. Don't be obtuse.LawProfessor
LP, maybe you weren't here when we argued at great length over the meaning of words like confiscations and bans. When you gun nuts say registration leads to confiscation, you are being alarmist and exaggerating, intending total bans on guns by civilians. Then, when a few guns are taken from domestic abusers or felons, you say, ah ha, confiscations. It's bullshit.California has not had the confiscations that you guys predict always happens. In fact they don't even have proper registration, do they?So, what the hell are you talking about? You've been accused of being a troll. Maybe you better add a little substance to your one-liners and provide some of the evidence you demand of others.
So dishonest. In your world, as long as the 1%ers can own a muzzleloader, there is not a total ban.orlin sellers
That's a typical exaggeration. There are a lot more exceptions to the "total ban" than muzzle loaders.
Glitches? Na, it's working just as they intended.
Really, you see them as sinister rather than inept?
Either one is inexcusable.
If you're not willing to go downtown and pay thirty-five dollars, then you're not worthy of the right to kill another human being. Weeding out the weak.