Failure to turn in a weapon and thus becoming a felon passively by default is certainly something to be concerned about; however, you make a good point. The question is is our government prepared both in will and in resources to handle from a law enforcement standpoint millions upon millions of citizens becoming felons overnight or atleast in a short time?
Yeah, because the asbestos siding tiles on my house are much less of a concern.
After a while, it's like the race card. I just don't give a rat's pointy little tail anymore.
Sure. They can kill me once. I can't even be recycled properly, or made into stew.
A man can only cower for so long before he says, 'eff 'em.
How many otherwise law abiding citizens are armed in states where concealed carry is deemed illegal or severely restricted?
The question is is our government prepared both in will and in resources to handle from a law enforcement standpoint millions upon millions of citizens becoming felons overnight or atleast in a short time?
I don't believe those in favor of people control are dumb enough to attempt it. They will try other angles. I won't mention them because I don't want to give the morons any ideas.
Such a “mass felonization” would make a large percentage of Republicans ineligible to vote.
In the movie: “The Patriot”, wasn’t it Brit. Gen. Cornwallis the one who referred to the captive rebels as-”criminals”? I’d read before that they had a list of rebel leaders they wanted to get a hold of in order to have them hanged, I know. They had to catch them first; and of course, they never got a lot of them!