trackfan LSU Fan Baton Rouge Member since Sep 2010 19691 posts
re: *IF* the "assault weapon" bill passesPosted by trackfan on 1/1/13 at 8:23 am to ChewyDante
quote: It's sad that bureaucracy forced a law abiding gun owner to have to forfeit an American relic due to bureaucratic inflexibility. He had to donate anonymously since his previous ownership was a crime.
My biggest fear will be if this new laws bans the future sale of semi-automatic weapons and forces gun owners to register all the semi-automatic weapons that they already own. If that happens, you won't be able to safely sell them or hand them down to other family members unless you register them. A lot of folks will instinctively not register them, but there is a downside to this.
Danchase Georgia Fan Member since Dec 2012 64 posts
re: *IF* the "assault weapon" bill passesPosted by Danchase on 1/1/13 at 1:28 pm to trackfan
That's only partially true... If NFA items are registered individually they go back to the Feds after death. the only way to pass them down is to register under a trust. This is also the only way to allow someone other than yourself to use said gun.
With the pussies we have in congress representing us, I have no doubt it will pass. I have lost all hope for this country. Only five got damn senators voted against this piece of shite fiscal deal? You gotta be f$%king kidding me!!! These mf"ers have got to go!!!!