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Old 01-17-2013, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Old 01-17-2013, 10:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Thats just stupid, who the **** would do that
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Did you see the list of guns they consider assault weapons? Mini 14, Hi-Point Carbine, M1 Carbine. Ridiculous.
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and a 2k credit that has to be divided between two years, you might as well just give it away
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I'd give them one for $20k and turn around and buy a shitload more lol
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1. Buy Hi-Point Carbine
2. Give to Government
3. Profit
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Originally Posted by DrkSide View Post
1. Buy Hi-Point Carbine
2. Give to Government
3. Profit
Sadly, not at today's prices. $300 or more now
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Write your reps and let them know that this is not acceptable use of tax money. It is a clear attack on the 2nd amendment. Anyone who thinks that it is not just remember that it is much easier to entice someone to give up something than to fight them for it.
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Steal all the guns you can and turn them in. Some of those guns are not worth $500 much less $200. Other people spending our money. I can see people profiting from this.
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