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Sounds a lot like what happens in Minnesota.
The gun loons lose, yet, another one.
What are you thinking was lost Anon?
That's right, play dumb, even though you put yourself out here as a gun loon expert. Didn't here the latest news? Amazing how much you gun loons don't know.
Sorry Anon, if you aren't going to make an effort to provide an informative sentence, I'm not going to try to guess.
Thanks for proving me correct again, you have no clue what you are talking about. It was national news, yet, you claim to know about the issue. HA HA HA HA HA HA
Anyone else have a clue about what Anon is talking about?
Anyone else want to listen to a proven liar?
ss, Does your home state allow kids to own guns regardless of their age?
Mike, are you referring to owning? Or possessing? This video revolves around children possessing firearms with the parents permission. Here is current Minnesota law,"Minors 13 years old and younger must be supervised when handling a firearm. At age 14 and 15, a minor may possess a shotgun or rifle without supervision if the minor has a firearms safety certificate. At age 16 and 17, a minor may possess a shotgun or rifle without supervision or a certificate."http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/hrd/pubs/ss/ssminfr.pdf
I think the word "own" was clear. But you go off on your own point, which didn't answer the question, usual for you.
Well Anon, if you want to talk about the ownership rights of a minor, the question would be, if you take something away from your child, can that child call the police and have you charged with theft? Keep in mind that if you had listened to the video, it stated that the purpose of the law is to eliminate issues with minors participating in shooting sports.
It sounds like Minnesota is a bit more restrictive than Alabama. Is that how you see it?
Well Mike, at the end of the day, it all revolves around the parent deciding. Currently, Alabama is much more restrictive than Minnesota because there is no allowance under the law for minors to possess firearms. So this bill is an attempt to allow it with parental permission. And if later, the law needs to be tweaked, they can do that too.
Minnesota, the home of the latest mass shooting and killing, which of course, SS claims is a model gun State. HA HA HA HA HA