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Old 11-24-2014, 01:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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State's new gun law prompts museum to remove WWII rifles | Local & Regional | Seattle News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KOMO News

Looks like museum's should of been exempt from the new state law rather than facing some stiff fines.
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Another state that needs to be take off the flag of the US!
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Sorry to hear this is happening, Same crap that has been going on in Commie Cali for decades now.
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Yep, the asshat train keeps a rollin' along
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Another state that needs to be take off the flag of the US!
Hopefully by next year we will be moving out of Washington..libtards taking over more and more and don't even get me started on the traffic congestion.
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I wounder why they can't demilitarize them?
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I wounder why they can't demilitarize them?
That would be up to the owners, seems most (if not all) of the collection is on loan from private citizens.

Seems that I have heard of similar issues with magazine bans in other parts of the nation. VFWs and American Legions having to get rid of the display guns. Because of the grave danger these display pieces posed to the public safety of course...
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