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The Panic of 2013 Ends Tuesday

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Restless28, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. rgregoryb

    rgregoryb Amerikaner

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    we sure as hell don't...liability on ammo from an individual would be astronomical for a gun store. You buy a new gun it comes back a "used" gun
     
  2. Rooster Rugburn

    Rooster Rugburn Got Pignose?

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    Thanks goodness it's from a reliable source. :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

    Internet rumor aside, when Biden asked to meet with the NRA, that should have told us he knew didn't have the votes. Which is why he floated the trial balloon about executive orders.
     

  3. ChuteTheMall

    ChuteTheMall Wallbuilder and Weapon Bearer

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    If the antis manage to end FTF sales, it means the end of getting retail market value for your used guns.

    You'll get whatever the smiling FFL dealer is willing to pay, wholesale, if anything.

    Thus rendering many of your guns worthless.:crying:
     
  4. milspecnsn

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    Bet the storekeepers using their ARs and AKs during the King riots were happy to have 30 round mags as they kept the looters and rioters away. They took their positions from rooftops of businesses and homes to defend themselves. This was in the Korean community...how ironic is that? Do not compromise on standard capacity mags


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  5. TBO

    TBO Why so serious? CLM

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    Not true. I could see many getting a FFL to facilitate FTF sales for a nominal fee (or perhaps rely on donations to cover said FFL).
    Hell, I'd think about doing it.
     
  6. VC-Racing

    VC-Racing General Flunky

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    I can honestly say, what little mags i bought were at normal prices pre SH, except maybe ammo and what I bought was still reasonable for post-SH.
     
  7. byf43

    byf43 NRA Endowment Life Member

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    I certainly hope what the OP stated is true.

    I do expect BHO to push the Executive Order 'envelope' just as far as he legally can.

    I fully expect him to state a bunch of bovine scatology.




    (I edited my post, because I don't want to give him any ideas, IF his cronies are reading this site.)
     
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  8. harlenm

    harlenm Millennium Member

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    Why do ftf sales have to be outlawed? Call in and get an approval code just like we do in ct.

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  9. .264 magnum

    .264 magnum CLM

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    Precisely.
     
  10. racerford

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    Same way they enforce the ban on felons possessing firearms. They opportunistically catch someone and prosecute, maybe if they don't have anything else. Or maybe in this case, through sting operations at gun shows, and personal ads.
     
  11. Glotin

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    This is a thoroughly stupid attitude. You might want to rethink it.
     
  12. harlenm

    harlenm Millennium Member

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    Why is it stupid?

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  13. norton

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    Personally I am glad to see the run on firearms and ammo/mags. It sends a clear message to the Bamster and his little minions that there are lots of folks-read voters-who want and need firearms.
    And even through Barry won't be running again, he needs the support of Democrats in the House and Senate who will have to face their voters on any anti 2nd amendment legislation they support.
    Don't think the increase in sales hasn't been noticed.
     
  14. HarleyGuy

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    I still say that in the day of computers there's no reason why anyone with access to a computer couldn't apply for an "authorization to purchase a firearm, and then immediately (or as soon as NICS could reply) be sent sent an anthorization number that would allow a firearms transfer between two individuals.

    Who would be so dumb to apply for such an authorization and then not strictly follow the law when buying/selling any firearm?
     
  15. NeverMore1701

    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    We truly are our own worst enemy.
     
  16. klmmicro

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    Most likely nothing is going to come of this. Come Tuesday, our firearms will still be legal and nothing will really have changed over the eve.

    At that point, anyone attempting to return a firearm that they paid well over MSRP should get current fair market value as a refund...it is no the retailers fault that the consumers were stupid.
     
  17. ChuteTheMall

    ChuteTheMall Wallbuilder and Weapon Bearer

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    Because it's the kind of damnyankee liberal compromises that lead to more and more gun control instead of our God given right, constitutionally recognized, to keep and bear arms. Period.

    If I can't pass my guns down to my heirs, are they really mine or are they now Obamas?

    If I can't sell something, do I even own it?

    Why should I need the government's permission to buy a gun?

    Keep your infringements to yourself.
     
  18. JimBean

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    The antigun pansies lost this one really bad.
     
  19. Rooster Rugburn

    Rooster Rugburn Got Pignose?

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    I think if he could legally, he would already have done it. Seriously. They had duly sworn law enforcement officers selling and transferring guns to Mexican drug cartels to generate enough public sentiment for a ban. If a federal bureaucrat hadn't been killed, we might not have known about Fast and Furious. To me that is an indication that he either cannot use EO, or knows it won't hold up if he did.

    You have to wonder too, what else do they have duly sworn law enforcement officers doing right now that break the law? And do they not care about their oath? Apparently not. Has any specific agent been charged in Fast and Furious?

    And they wonder why there are conspiracy theorists.