Sunday, May 15, 2011

Right intentions, wrong gun bill

Right intentions, wrong gun bill
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Right intentions, wrong gun billMay 15, 2011 at 6:01 am by Jay Jochnowitz, Editorial page editor

BPB Here are my comments.

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Another gun bill, another waste of tax payers money. Threats to withhold states federal welfare handout or the peoples money.
Another lawsuit by the 2nd amendment gang will come and go, all because the Schumer’s of the world can’t grasp one word “infringe”.

Comment by BlackPowderBill — May 15th, 2011 @ 3:50 pm

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Quote: It also requires that nearly all private gun sales involve either firearms dealers or police agencies, which would run the required background check for a fee up to $15.
That’s not going to happen, not at $15.00. As a FFL dealer I charge $30.00. Which includes sales tax, a trigger lock which is required by NYS law. A note from the State police telling the consumer how locks make everything safe and my paperwork time.

The thing police “aren’t” is licensed Firearms dealers. Yet law enforcement agencies all across the United States continue to make purchases from private money & the people’s tax in gun buy back scams.
These people could have as easly gone to a license dealer and sold their firearms.
You’re correct it is a boondoggle of “derams” from the Obama/Brady crowd but without the hype they can’t collect a pay check.

Comment by BlackPowderBill — May 15th, 2011 @ 4:03 pm

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