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- Golden Bobcat
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My favorite is the people that think they can just walk in and leave with a gun because "they saw it on tv".
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- The Butcher
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I wouldn't presume that all these people "voted for this legislation"?RickRund wrote: ↑Wed Apr 15, 2020 6:27 pmDidn't they know when they voted for this legislation that it would make purchasing a firearm this difficult!!!
https://www.westernjournal.com/gun-stor ... nt=firefly
These type of gun runs generally are more conservative voters.
- Golden Bobcat
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I had a brother that died in January. He could have fit into this group. He had about 7 AR's, hundreds of magazines and enough ammo that even the strongest O-lineman could not lift it. He had several of those tactical vests that held about twenty mags each. Even I think he was nuts.
Now sorry for caring about Cat/griz too much. I've been properly chastised by the coach of the other team.