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#1 OFFLINE   Zephyr One/Zero

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Posted Oct. 12 2017 - 10:41 PM

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Can you say:  slippery-slope?




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Posted Oct. 12 2017 - 11:50 PM

As I have stated before, mag limits is the real deal to be defended at all cost. At this point the defense of the status quo for slidefiire stocks is a lost cause. Of course the present Feinstien wide reaching bill should be defended against, but the NRA position for increased regulatory action I believe is the correct strategy. Funds and resources will be required for the mag fight.


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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 05:31 PM

As I have stated before, mag limits is the real deal to be defended at all cost. At this point the defense of the status quo for slidefiire stocks is a lost cause. Of course the present Feinstien wide reaching bill should be defended against, but the NRA position for increased regulatory action I believe is the correct strategy. Funds and resources will be required for the mag fight.

 

Disagree that Slide Fire's are gone....you are placing too much stock in the "knee-jerk" effect. And a mag capacity ban has ZERO chance of seeing the light of day as a law let alone even making it to the Senate. The fight against mag bans will continue on the state level though. 




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