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If California followed the 2nd Amendment without ridiculous restrictions, what would you build/ purchase first?

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I'll start. There are a lot of things I would like to build, but within reason, the first would most likely be just a fully automatic capable 14.5" carbine.

Next would most likely be purchasing a suppressor for everything so I'd be able to enjoy a day at the range without having to stab my ears with foam plugs.

 

Now to get crazy, I've always wanted a Barrett M82A1/ M107. You know, for those prairie dogs that you just can't reach with a .223.

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A prison to house all the politicians who broke their otah to uphold the Constitution of the United States.

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A prison to house all the politicians who broke their oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States.

:yesss:

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On 2nd thought, I really do like JTrain's miniature piston beast. That would definitely be a fun piece in my collection.

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I would get lots of 30 round mags for the AR's and 15 round Mags for the handguns. Then I would get an SBR. Yeah Baby!!!

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I got out of there in 2000 after trying to buy a G23. The dealer told me the State didn't think a DD214 was acceptable proof of firearms safety training. Now almost everything I own is illegal in Kali. I'm glad I got out of there and now live in America.

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I got out of there in 2000 after trying to buy a G23. The dealer told me the State didn't think a DD214 was acceptable proof of firearms safety training. Now almost everything I own is illegal in Kali. I'm glad I got out of there and now live in America.

Glorious exposition comrade!

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IF this happened, I would still move the F out of this state because of the liberal minded EVERYONE!!! I went to the Nat'l forest this morning to see if I could get a couple of bunnies or a Yote and I was told by a ranger that hunting is illegal in CA. I told him to take his op and shove it. I got to meet 9 cops that said he was right and 1 Supervisor that said it was legal. these CA cops and politicians have over stepped their bounds. I am moving to Phoenix,AZ over the next year. I AM DONE.

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A moat filled with gators and piranha to keep them out of the US.

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Too many of them California bastiges have been moving to Austin....

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I would buy a suppressor for all my weapons. Then I would buy more 30 round mags. Then set up the range I once had in my back yard. The problem is not only crazy and illegal CA laws but too many people.

John T

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A prison to house all the politicians who broke their otah to uphold the Constitution of the United States.

 

Now that's thinking outside the box !

 

Two thumbs up.

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Too many of them California bastiges have been moving to Austin....

 

That's because those bastiages talk a good game, but don't want to pay the taxes to support their socialist "utopia".

 

We should view the spread of progressive ideology the same way we do Islamic extremism.

 

Either one will result in the destruction of America.

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