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I'll be shouted down, but let's talk realistic compromise.
Since the libs are so fond of using that word when they mean "take".
I don't believe any AWB is reasonable. But I also don't believe one would cause war or northern aggression v 2.0.
I think we should come up with a list of points for the NRA to negotiate with -- to appear reasonable and make sure that if they're going to steal rights, it actually comes with a cherry on top and hurts some. No free lunch for liberalfucks.
- Nationwide reciprocity
- Non-military law enforcement restricted to civilian legal weaponry in all operations. No MP5s Or M4's for SWAT ever again.
- 99% of NICS checks must answer any and all queries within 15 minutes, remaining 1% must not take longer than 24 hours or approved.
- 99% NFA forms must be replied to within 30 days of receipt, or default "approved". Remaining 1%, the fed may send notice of 3 month extension with a complete refund of all fees. The feds must pay fees appropriate to fix the broken 7 month waits.
- 5000 rounds per year of whatever the nearest army base keeps on hand, available on request for target practice (hell, open the base ranges).
- 95% of CONUS population must have a designated open range good to no less than 750 meters available within a 1 hour drive within 5 years.
- No round cap on magazines chambering (.38 ?) and smaller, for sporting purposes.
- Under no circumstances must any sort of registry be created
- All background checks and paperwork must be destroyed within 7 years, failure to properly destroy applications shall constitute a felony.
I'm not saying it's perfect. I'm not saying I like these ideas, but can we build up a list of actual negotiating points? Or at least try?
In b4 free dragon dildos....
FUCK YEAH INDIANA
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>Indiana is passing a law that blocks the feds from regulating guns in Indiana. Many other states are doing the same.
It only applies to firearms manufactured in Indiana and stay within our borders, but it's a start. A statement to the feds, if nothing else
I also heard that Indiana passed a bill that clarifies the milita part in our state constitution that designates all 18+ citizens as inactive militia, unless they are exempt from service.
That means that if the 2nd Amendment only applies to militia, any adult in the state can still own weapons
>Section 1. A militia shall be provided and shall consist of all persons
over the age of seventeen (17) years, except those persons who may be
exempted by the laws of the United States or of this state. The militia
may be divided into active and inactive classes and consist of such
military organizations as may be provided by law.