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  1. Bump still got it and I have absolutely no use for it price drop $20 shipped or B/O
  2. Just curious while on this topic, AGIAN Does anyone have any knowledge of anyone being charged with 2C 39:1 w (5) the constructive possession or parts to assemble? I’m just wondering if some of these laws have ever been actually challenged inside a court room, and the outcomes.
  3. Technically what you have described would indicate you’d have to answer yes, but before you do that are you able to get a hold of the doctor who treated you? If yes I’d see if they would see you again and verify you have a clean bill of metal health, see if they would write a letter indicating that you aren’t a danger to yourself or others by owning firearms. This could potentially be a difficult venture. I’m sure someone else with personal experience will chime in.
  4. https://www.army.mil/article/176579/ardec_engineers_develop_solid_state_active_denial_technology_for_non_lethal_crowd_control
  5. from my personal experience anytime someone attempts to make a reassuring statement before saying something is attmepting to justify their own cognitive dissonance. Example “I'm not an anti gun man, “ Than proceeds to make anti gun statements.
  6. "Free Men Do Not Ask Permission To Bear Arms." - Thomas Jefferson They don't need to. And any government that believes in a free citizenry would never infringe on their right to do so, but here we are....
  7. They want to be able to track them for when step 3 kicks in. How many post on the same topic, the world may never know?
  8. All I was getting at was the vette was leaving that lot without any legal worries correct me if I’m wrong ? So why, when the object changes the legality of the same scenario does? Last I check, vehicles cause more death in this country than firearms.
  9. I’m sorry, I’m really not trying to bust chops or anything. I just like to try to understand people’s different opinions on things. But you still answered my hypothetical with more questions? I understand your points I just want to know the answer though not end everything with question marks ? Given the situation played out the sales man and dealer are well aware of the statements and remarks this person made, are they going to stop the deal because or liability concerns ? Or will the kid be doing burnouts outta the parking lot ?
  10. Idk I guess I’m silly, but is the salesman criminally liable when this 18yr old in the vette kills someone? Because you still haven’t answered that. How about Chevy. I don’t no any legal time it’s okay to accelerate that fast on a public roadway or anywhere you can legally push well over 100mph. They produced the product.
  11. So is Chevy liable in my hypothetical or are you dodging? We aren’t discussing minors here. Curz was and is considered an adult under the law and will be prosecuted as such.
  12. “You’re innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by a jury of your peers” That is one of the back bone principles of our republic, if that goes to the wayside what next? Holding others accountable for someone else’s actions? Sounds like a dangerous slippery slope, why Chevy make the new vette do 0-60 in 4sec with a top speed of 200+. Better hold those engineers, the manufacturer, sales guys accountable when they sell it to a young kid and he causes damage with it. They knew he was young and reckless, he made statements about doing burn outs, racing his friends etc, all the signs were there, it could of prevented. We should hold them criminally liable too.
  13. So hypothetically here. Purchase one from MM. State comes down with ban hammer. Now what happens? does MM get forced to disclose where they all went? Once that happens will they send LEOs to round them up? I just really don’t want to open a can of worms especially paying retail close to (1,400) for one. Obviously the weapon would be out of state once banned, but I really don’t want to deal with a search looking for it still.
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