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Ban on AR's in PA.
#1
I'm sure you guy's are a head of me on this but--
Just heard, on the news, some kind of ban on
AR's coming to the State House. Pa.

Its just an intro to news story coming up.
I have no other information.
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#2
I would like to know more about this. Anyone that has info please post it.
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#3
Is this an actual bill being proposed, or just some politician / anti-gun people talking outta their asses?

I don't see one listed as proposed yet.
LostCyborg, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Jun 2013.

You wouldn't be able to run as many people over with that car if it didn't drive as far. It should only have a 10 gallon fuel tank.
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LostCyborg;106181 Wrote:Is this an actual bill being proposed, or just some politician / anti-gun people talking outta their asses?

I don't see one listed as proposed yet.

Nothing out there right now, sounds like someone talking out of their asses to me.

If a bill came in like that I'd be the first to start screaming at the top of my lungs.

Will keep an eye on new bills coming in but I seriously doubt it.
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#5
I'm not too worried yet.
Welcome to ObamaNation part deuxUtg
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#6
God's Country;106184 Wrote:I'm not too worried yet.

Me to... not worried......yet
But it did make my blood pressure go up.
And Monday, I was saying, at the range, to some Maryland guy's
how safe I felt living in Pa.
Still feel safe.
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#7
Pa.Bill;106195 Wrote:
God's Country;106184 Wrote:I'm not too worried yet.

Me to... not worried......yet
But it did make my blood pressure go up.
And Monday, I was saying, at the range, to some Maryland guy's
how safe I felt living in Pa.
Still feel safe.

I don't feel safe.
Pa is going to crumble.
Maybe not for a long time, but it will happen.
The only reason Pa is not NJ is because of the rural areas. The border areas are becoming liberal due to transplants. As soon as the legislature tips even a bit it's all over.
Welcome to ObamaNation part deuxUtg
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#8
God's Country;106200 Wrote:
Pa.Bill;106195 Wrote:Me to... not worried......yet
But it did make my blood pressure go up.
And Monday, I was saying, at the range, to some Maryland guy's
how safe I felt living in Pa.
Still feel safe.

I don't feel safe.
Pa is going to crumble.
Maybe not for a long time, but it will happen.
The only reason Pa is not NJ is because of the rural areas. The border areas are becoming liberal due to transplants. As soon as the legislature tips even a bit it's all over.

Not if we don't lie down and reeducate the public about what rights are and what they mean.
LostCyborg, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Jun 2013.

You wouldn't be able to run as many people over with that car if it didn't drive as far. It should only have a 10 gallon fuel tank.
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LostCyborg;106201 Wrote:
God's Country;106200 Wrote:I don't feel safe.
Pa is going to crumble.
Maybe not for a long time, but it will happen.
The only reason Pa is not NJ is because of the rural areas. The border areas are becoming liberal due to transplants. As soon as the legislature tips even a bit it's all over.

Not if we don't lie down and reeducate the public about what rights are and what they mean.

The problem is the people in the border areas care little about rights and a whole lot about handouts. When these people think of freedom they think free as in beer. Want an example of what matters to these people, look no further than today's reports of solar powered mobile charging stations in NYC as a result of Hurricane Sandy and the absolute horrors that people had to endure in order to charge their phones while the city was without power. Today the world has been informed, New Yorkers have the right to charge their mobile phones during a natural disaster. You can't reeducate that.
The law? The law is a human institution...
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#10
God's Country;106200 Wrote:
Pa.Bill;106195 Wrote:Me to... not worried......yet
But it did make my blood pressure go up.
And Monday, I was saying, at the range, to some Maryland guy's
how safe I felt living in Pa.
Still feel safe.

I don't feel safe.
Pa is going to crumble.
Maybe not for a long time, but it will happen.
The only reason Pa is not NJ is because of the rural areas. The border areas are becoming liberal due to transplants. As soon as the legislature tips even a bit it's all over.

Already crumbling. Look at the last election map, state was blue except for Pittsburgh and the Philly 'burbs, and those two areas made the state go Obama.

It's only a matter of time, now. I expect that within the next 10 years, when we have all democrats in control, our gun laws won't look much different than MD.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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