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General Talk / Re: Kill the NRA billboard shows up in Kentucky
« Last post by masfonos on February 22, 2018, 06:02:01 PM »
Crime didn't just drop a little bit, it dropped quite a bit while NRA was in town. Mayor Fischer and his cronies were up in arms and the anti-gunners were sure it was going to be a blood bath. After it was all over, no extra crime, a reduction in crime, etc.... not a word about the massive economic benefit from having the big show in town either.

General Talk / Re: Are they going to ban bump stocks now?
« Last post by LivingDeadGirl on February 22, 2018, 04:27:03 PM »
Only 100,000 comments in a month? I would have thought it would be more.

On that note, I think and hope, this a show to make the point there’s nothing illegal about these accessories and never has been. Maybe we will even get the chance to educate some people about the ridiculous BATFE rules and get some changes there.

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General Talk / Re: Kill the NRA billboard shows up in Kentucky
« Last post by LivingDeadGirl on February 22, 2018, 04:21:40 PM »
The mayor of Louisville is quick to jump on board the racism train, he went so far as to put together a panel of people to take in comments from the public about public art displays to determine what can stay, what can go up, etc.  I agree if this said kill the (insert sjw group of choice), it never would have been up long enough to make the news.

Also of note, when the NRA convention was in Louisville, crime dropped a lot that week. Enough that it was a news article.

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General Talk / Re: Trump memo on bumpstock regulations
« Last post by masfonos on February 21, 2018, 11:53:47 AM »

Presidential Memorandum on the Application of the Definition of Machinegun to “Bump Fire” Stocks and Other Similar Devices

After the deadly mass murder in Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 1, 2017, I asked my Administration to fully review how the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives regulates bump fire stocks and similar devices.

Although the Obama Administration repeatedly concluded that particular bump stock type devices were lawful to purchase and possess, I sought further clarification of the law restricting fully automatic machineguns.

Accordingly, following established legal protocols, the Department of Justice started the process of promulgating a Federal regulation interpreting the definition of “machinegun” under Federal law to clarify whether certain bump stock type devices should be illegal.  The Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking was published in the Federal Register on December 26, 2017.  Public comment concluded on January 25, 2018, with the Department of Justice receiving over 100,000 comments.

Today, I am directing the Department of Justice to dedicate all available resources to complete the review of the comments received, and, as expeditiously as possible, to propose for notice and comment a rule banning all devices that turn legal weapons into machineguns.

Although I desire swift and decisive action, I remain committed to the rule of law and to the procedures the law prescribes.  Doing this the right way will ensure that the resulting regulation is workable and effective and leaves no loopholes for criminals to exploit.  I would ask that you keep me regularly apprised of your progress.

You are authorized and directed to publish this memorandum in the Federal Register.

General Talk / Re: Kill the NRA billboard shows up in Kentucky
« Last post by masfonos on February 21, 2018, 11:51:22 AM »
I saw the billboard on my way to a show in Lousiville last weekend. I thought that it was pretty obvious that it was graffiti but apparently a lot of people thought that it was a real billboard that somebody paid to have put up. Louisville news had a story with a statement from Outfront Media saying that it wasn't them that it was vandalism.  http://www.wave3.com/story/37540971/company-says-kill-the-nra-message-on-i-65-billboard-was-vandalism
It's funny how they don't seem to be in a hurry to take it down. Imagine if it said something like "Kill (insert any leftist group here)".

That "resist 45" BS is all over the place around that whole city. That's pretty typical of a certain type of scumbag who might have those types of sentiments... vandalism (and probably other crimes), no respect for property, impotent rage, sniveling and whining. I thought "they" were supposed to be peaceful and tolerant. How does that reconcile with calling for the murder of millions of people just because they disagree with them?
General Talk / Re: Kill the NRA billboard shows up in Kentucky
« Last post by GunLink on February 21, 2018, 11:22:38 AM »

I AM the NRA and So Are You
Why the Anti-Gun Left Hates You Personally
Year after year, election cycle after election cycle, misguided astroturf group after misguided astroturf group; the rhetoric from the anti-gun left remains the same.  No matter which politician or Bloomberg/Soros puppet is spouting it, it is is the same tired old tune:  “Blame the NRA,” “The NRA must be stopped,” “Congress is beholden to the NRA,” “Blah blah blah blah Gun Lobby.“

And then, there is the the typical hateful intolerance and hypocrisy from the violent anti-gun zealots, like the University of Cincinnati administrator who recently suggested that, to save the country, people must “Kill the NRA.”  What about “celebrities” like former television child stars who send vulgar tweets blaming the NRA when a criminal murders cops with their own guns or aging rock musicians from bands formed nearly 3½ decades ago who claim that they are “definitely more afraid of the NRA than of any Muslim terrorist.”  Or the recent group of childish malcontents who don’t rate a mention by name who took to social media hoping to win hearts and minds with vulgar language and obscene images along with their anti-gun rhetoric.  And don’t forget the constant onslaught of “witty” political cartoons which demonize the NRA, such as the winner who depicts the United States Congress worshiping at the alter of the NRA, complete with bloody footprints leading the way – which is ironic considering the blood that must surely cover anti-gunners’ feet when they dance in the blood of the victims after every widely-reported tragedy and the blood on their hands from the gun control measures which have
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UC isn't that far from Louisville:
General Talk / Re: Are they going to ban bump stocks now?
« Last post by TheHarleyB on February 20, 2018, 04:18:27 PM »
Press secretary said at the briefing today that they are "looking into options about how to regulate bumpstocks" after they were used in Las Vegas. Funny how that's one of the only things (or at least that we're told from the leaked crime scene photos) about the whole Vegas attack.
General Talk / Kill the NRA billboard shows up in Kentucky
« Last post by TheHarleyB on February 20, 2018, 04:16:35 PM »
This showed up on the twitter account of a talk radio host from Louisville calling for people to "kill the NRA". Note that it also has an anti-Tump "resist 45" graffiti on the same billboard

What else was new other than the Franklin Armory weapon?

There was a lot of new stuff this year.  We’re still working on putting everything together.

Are you interested in anything in particular?

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