New rapid-fire ammunition magazines that allow guns to fire up to 100 rounds without reloading will be mass-produced and sold on a cash-and-carry basis to anyone, with no questions or background checks.
Who needs a gun when you can have rapid-fire magazines. Should I get one now or wait for rapid-fire ammunition cases to come out? Cut out the middle man.
posted on 06/10/2004 2:45:58 PM PDT
(Teach a Democrat to fish and he will curse you for not just giving him the fish.)
In many states, it will be possible to bring concealed TEC-9 assault pistols, loaded with thirty rounds of ammunition, into bars, churches and sports arenas, and even public schools or universities.
people already do, they are called "criminals"
even in most CCW states, you cannot carry in establishments where they serve alcohol (bars, arenas), schools are a no no, so churches and universities would be it. Public Universities, such as Penn State, don't let you carry on campus.
when was the last time anyone committed a crime against someone with a legally owned AK?
posted on 06/10/2004 2:50:35 PM PDT
("If a little knowledge is dangerous, where is a man who has so much as to be out of danger?" - THH)
Who needs a gun when you can have rapid-fire magazines.
I got some rapid-fire ammo so I'm OK no matter what :)
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