Skip to comments.An Illustrated Guide to Obama’s Gun-Grabbing
Posted on 02/03/2013 9:22:51 AM PST by TurboZamboni
In 1998 Obama stated a desire to ban the sale or transfer of all forms of semi-automatic weapons.
Barack Obamas desire to ban all forms of semi-autos would include a ban on most common rimfire target pistols, including those used in Olympic competition.
Barack Obamas desire to ban all forms of semi-autos would ban the Ruger 10/22, Marlin Model 60, and many other rimfire .22 rifles, which form the backbone of American shooting sports, from hunting to target shooting.
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We`re gonna ban Obummmer very soon
Most importantly it would ban an essential ability to resist the other confiscations of our liberties, property, and honor.
Screw the Elmer Fudds. If I’m going to be a felon, they can be felons too.
Obama gun-grabs dangerous skeet shooter...
So its OK for the President to shoot a gun with the very same features that make a semi-automatic rifle an "assault weapon" but nobody else should be able to have semi-automatic weapons with the same features. Where is the logic in that?
There is no logical reason why a threaded barrel on a semi-automatic rifle or shotgun is any different than a threaded barrel on an over-under shotgun. Nor does the muzzle brake on a semi-automatic rifle or shotgun do anything different than the muzzle brake ports on the over-under shotgun being fired by the President.
Why would he want to go after the only segment of the economy that actually is doing well? Oh, yeah, its guns, and oh, yeah, its doing well and the destroyer in chief needs everyone dependent upon government.
Wonder if it would ban this 1889 recoil operated semi-auto by Hiram Maxim?
Necessity is the mother of invention. Form follows function.
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