Skip to comments.Obama's Gun Ban List Leaked
Posted on 12/21/2012 8:37:06 AM PST by txnativegop
On Monday, Alan Korwin, 2nd Amendment activist and author of Gun Laws of America, published a preliminary list of firearms and firearms accessories to be included in the yet-to-be announced, but much anticipated new version of the so-called Assault Weapons Ban.
The chief sponsor of the last ban, Sen. Diane Feinstein is said to be crafting new legislation now, which, if passed, President Obama would undoubtedly sign.
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
Let’s just hope the conservatives in the House stand firm and don’t sell us down the river.
**Lets just hope the conservatives in the House stand firm and dont sell us down the river.***
They caved in 1968 and 1994 when they saw the gun bills had loaded lots of CASH for the states to use for “crime control”. One local town got a whole $150.00 back in 1969.
You can bet if the laws proposed now are sent to Congress they will be loaded with pork in exchange for the vote.
Get ready: they’re going to push it.
What’s going to stop them?
They have the media cheerleading and their special interest groups flush with cash.
They can push it all they want, and believe me, I’m ready.
That will never happen; the politicians believe themselves to be special and worthy of protection that they would deny to the rest of the citizenry.
Hard to say, now. In the past, most would say “use whatever _your_ gun ‘likes’ to shoot.”
Here is how that was explained to me: every gun shoots every brand(and this includes different bullet weights) of cartridge differently from every other gun. IOW, what works well in _your_ Glock 20 may not shoot as well as in _my_ Glock 20. Therefore, one should try shooting as many different loads as is possible then select that load which shoots ‘best’-in your gun.
Considering the run on ammo that’s been going on lately, this may not be feasible. (Yes, even I have succumbed and recently purchased another thousand rounds! You might give SGammo.com a try.)
I personally carry a Glock 23 and it just seems to shoot 180 grain bullets more accurately than any other weight. Doesn’t seem to matter if they are hollow-points or FMJ, it puts ‘em right where I want ‘em. Generally the lighter weight bullets have higher velocity(but lesser foot pounds of energy) than the heavier bullets.
By “fragmentation” I assume you are referring to the Magsafe-type of frag bullets? I have no experience with those whatsoever. You may try asking your questions on one of the many Glock forums.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.