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Kaine wants lawmakers to change Va.s gun laws

Discussion in 'Glockers of the Old Dominion' started by alien-Glocker, May 23, 2007.

  1. Kaine wants lawmakers to change Va.’s gun laws--gee what a surprise from vote from me I'm Mr. Second Amendment guy!

    Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine said Tuesday he is hopeful the General Assembly will overcome its affection for firearms and adopt changes to the commonwealth’s gun and ammunition laws in response to the April 16 murders at Virginia Tech....

    In general, Kaine said, he is troubled that Virginia law allows any individual to stockpile ammunition with no way for authorities to monitor the cache. Yea right and what will they come up with to force entry in to your house to verify compliance!

    The recommendations should be ready in August....

  2. Fernman

    Fernman Zombie Jeebus! CLM

    Feb 14, 2005
    I just found an excuse to buy more.

  3. 377 rounds is a stock Pile???

    My daughter shoots small bore rifles competitively and my son and I shoot USPSA/IPSC.

    If 377 rounds is a stock pile I wonder what Kaine would call my ammo supply?

    I order .22 LR ammo by the case of 5,000 rounds a couple times a year. That doesn't even count the 9MM or .45 ACP.
  4. bulwaagh


    Apr 27, 2005
    Augusta Co, VA
    Yeah, I got a couple bricks of .22LR in my truck I picked up at wallyworld. Little did I know I would be setting myself up for being some sort of whackjob.
  5. Hunterjbb


    Feb 7, 2003
    Midlothian Va.
    Where the heck did 377 come from ? and yes most competition shooters have the much laying around for practice ammo.. lol.. heck just about go through that much in a weekend at a big match.. well little less but i take more then that.

    Kaine's true nature shines through :shocked: it has nothing to do with what he said getting elected, it's all about political expediency and making sure he does not look bad to those that pay the most so he can get re-elected.. Let's face it Joe average gun owner does not contribute significantly to the bottom line of his campain fund ..

    I'd like to know how the the heck they would even think about enforcing it? cops / atf / fbi /dea are so overwhelmed now with real crap they don't have time to worry bout this kind of stuff..

    oh well..

  6. bulwaagh


    Apr 27, 2005
    Augusta Co, VA
    I believe he was commenting on how that nutjob Cho, had 377 rounds of ammunition.

    From this article.