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    ATF Redefines 40 Year Old Law

    Leave it to the ATF to redefine a law that has shown no problems for 40 years. Look forward to more "change".

    Opposing Views: ATF Redefines 40-Year-Old Law on Gun Transfers

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    Sounds Like A Form of Gun Restrictions to be...
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    More "Back Door Politics" resulting in anti-2A policies.
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    This will drive up the costs involved with gun reviews, so look for the price of magazines (and advertising in them) to go up.

    How many new designs will delayed or dropped because of increased costs in sending a new weapon to a lab for testing?

    How many new ATF agents will be required to audit all those brand new 4473's?

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    what a freak show

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    This is so much BS!!! I smell Rham Emanuel and Eric Holder at work here. Bastards. I don't mind laws that make sense, but this makes no sense at all. I agree with Conservative Mom, sounds like a "back door" scheme to me! Pissed!

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    This is definitely something to keep a watch on. More info:

    Why did ATF suddenly redefine firearm transfers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronwill View Post
    Leave it to the ATF to redefine a law that has shown no problems for 40 years. Look forward to more "change".

    Opposing Views: ATF Redefines 40-Year-Old Law on Gun Transfers
    And this just happens to change during the adminastraition that said it doesn't want to take anyone guns. I should have had a V/8

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    This is a game of chess people, look several moves ahead.

    The liberal agenda will not advance by leaps & bounds. It must do so incrementally & wait for people to get used to the change before making its next move.
    I must confess that I dont see the gambit in this one but have no doubt somebody does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    This is a game of chess people, look several moves ahead.

    The liberal agenda will not advance by leaps & bounds. It must do so incrementally & wait for people to get used to the change before making its next move.
    I must confess that I dont see the gambit in this one but have no doubt somebody does.
    Whats to stop them from changing words or meanings of other laws and or rights?

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