Thursday, April 18, 2013

Bill To Be Introduced: Background Checks for Black and Smokeless Powder Purchases


“If we are serious about public safety, we must put these common-sense safeguards in place. While the police have not revealed what specific explosive materials were used in Boston, what we do know is that explosive powder is too easy to anonymously purchase across the country.”
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Sen. Lautenberg

Well, that didn't take long.

Also expected.

Read it all here.


7 comments:

  1. These people will never stop their un American jihad against our freedoms. Heck, why not ban cars - far more people die each year because of their misuse than die by black powder. Those crazy reloaders just can't be trusted.

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  2. Brought to you by the same people who still can't tell a magazine from a clip. If fhey ban explosive powder, will we still be able to buy deflagrants?

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  3. I say ban stupid politicians, or is that redundant?

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  4. Hey Cranky, what's with the 'stupid' politicians?

    Stupid hasn't a damn thing to do with it. I see this on the gun boards...politicians being described as 'idiots' or 'stupid'....No, Sparky....use language with a little more precision.
    It's EVIL or CRIMINAL, or CIVIL-RIGHTS DESTROYING, or UNCONSTITUTIONAL, or TRAITOROUS ...

    But it's not "stupid"....

    Jack Centennial, CO

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  5. I predicted this to my FFL neighbor right after Sand Hook.I told him there
    would be a bombing using gunpowder. They want to shut off the ammo. If you take to steps backwards out of the box of conventional thinking and watch what is going on it is easy to predict their(socialists) playbook.

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  6. The reason they aren't banning cars is that more people would object. More, that is than will object to the restrictions on gunpowder.

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