This is from the same website: This list is intended only as a guide and is not meant to be an exclusive, exhaustive list as there may be additional weapons that will also meet the amended definition under the new law.Looks like they missed the following that will be popular in future mass shootings...
Marlin Model 60
Just to name a few...Im sure this law will make law abiding citizens so much safer.
Oh I should have known. I was reading it earlier and got to thinking "Man what aint covered by this list"? It would have been easier and required less ink to just list what was approved for defending a patriot from a tyranical government.This is from the same website: This list is intended only as a guide and is not meant to be an exclusive, exhaustive list as there may be additional weapons that will also meet the amended definition under the new law.
...or its followed by the mantra "do it for the children"? Remember Janet Bar B Q Reno? Thats what makes me so sick about the whole thing. What a bunch of frauds. No wonder they feel a need to have a armed security detail to protect them from being tarred and feathered!Why is it that the worst, and most destructive laws to Liberty always have a nice, feel good or cool acronym? SAFE Act here, or the PATRIOT act.
On September 25th, the President issued a proclamation declaring that he would not allow "a small portion of the United States [to] dictate to the whole union," and called on all persons "not to abet, aid, or comfort the Insurgents."
The other alternative is to relocate to states with "battleground" status or states that need a few percent to swing legislation one way or the other. These are things that need to happen at a minimum. If we dont organize and mobilize. Yes our rights will be stripped one by one. I know locally people are willing to vote in new blood and get rid of old blood that doesnt serve the peoples interest.While violent opposition to the whiskey tax ended, political opposition to the tax continued. Opponents of internal taxes rallied around the candidacy of Thomas Jefferson and helped him defeat President John Adams in the election of 1800. By 1802, Congress repealed the distilled spirits excise tax and all other internal Federal taxes