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sandi

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The same thing is says about Nukes.

Rocket launchers.

and guess what?

High capacity rifles can be off limits to the public, without taking away our right to bear arms.


And that's where it will start.

How many more innocents will have to die, before our cluless repubs do something?
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Originally posted by: sandi

High capacity rifles can be off limits to the public, without taking away our right to bear arms.


Yeah...no.

Idiot.

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Originally posted by: Fish Killer

Originally posted by: sandi



High capacity rifles can be off limits to the public, without taking away our right to bear arms.





Yeah...no.



Idiot.


Actually, Yes.

Idiot.

Prove me wrong, or shut up.


That's where the changes will begin.


lol.
 05/26/2022 01:34 PM
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Good point, Sandi! And if you take the Scalia opinion on abortion, that says, "there's no mention of abortion in the Constitution," then the same should apply to anything not specifically mentioned in there.
 05/26/2022 02:06 PM
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"In the 2008 decision of the Supreme Court, in District of Columbia v. Heller, the de jure definition of "militia" as used in United States jurisprudence was discussed. The Court's opinion made explicit, in its obiter dicta, that the term "militia," as used in colonial times in this originalist decision, included both the federally organized militia and the citizen-organized militias of the several States: "... the 'militia' in colonial America consisted of a subset of 'the people' - those who were male, able-bodied, and within a certain age range" (7)... Although the militia consists of all able-bodied men, the federally-organized militia may consist of a subset of them"(23).[108]

The 'citizens militia' have the same arms as the 'federal militia'.

There should be NO DIFFERENCE!

MORON!

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Hey fishfraud: what does your widdle inbred bibble say about military weapons repeatedly used to chop up children?
Is there a speshul place in hel for your sex change perversion?

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 05/26/2022 02:43 PM
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Originally posted by: Fish Killer

"In the 2008 decision of the Supreme Court, in District of Columbia v. Heller, the de jure definition of "militia" as used in United States jurisprudence was discussed. The Court's opinion made explicit, in its obiter dicta, that the term "militia," as used in colonial times in this originalist decision, included both the federally organized militia and the citizen-organized militias of the several States: "... the 'militia' in colonial America consisted of a subset of 'the people' - those who were male, able-bodied, and within a certain age range" (7)... Although the militia consists of all able-bodied men, the federally-organized militia may consist of a subset of them"(23).[108]



The 'citizens militia' have the same arms as the 'federal militia'.



There should be NO DIFFERENCE!



MORON!


Moron! Is there a Line? Any Line? Can anyone possess hand grenades? Rocket Launchers? Nukes? If the answer to to any of those weapons is no, then High capacity rifles can be outlawed too. And they will be.
Can you buy a Nuke?
 05/26/2022 04:22 PM
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Ummmmmmmm, , , , , , but, the experts would agree that the Founders did not say anything in this regard because they naturally considered that any/every American would possess and "bear" the same kind/type of weapon that the military, any military, used. Just the same as you now consider it your "right" to go to Publix and shop, , , , , ,. What????? You don't grow your own food ???

Perhaps no Nukes or rocket launchers. Grenades could be nice.

 05/26/2022 05:13 PM
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Originally posted by: sandi

Originally posted by: Fish Killer



"In the 2008 decision of the Supreme Court, in District of Columbia v. Heller, the de jure definition of "militia" as used in United States jurisprudence was discussed. The Court's opinion made explicit, in its obiter dicta, that the term "militia," as used in colonial times in this originalist decision, included both the federally organized militia and the citizen-organized militias of the several States: "... the 'militia' in colonial America consisted of a subset of 'the people' - those who were male, able-bodied, and within a certain age range" (7)... Although the militia consists of all able-bodied men, the federally-organized militia may consist of a subset of them"(23).[108]







The 'citizens militia' have the same arms as the 'federal militia'.







There should be NO DIFFERENCE!







MORON!




Moron! Is there a Line? Any Line? Can anyone possess hand grenades? Rocket Launchers? Nukes? If the answer to to any of those weapons is no, then High capacity rifles can be outlawed too. And they will be.

Can you buy a Nuke?


What part of NO DIFFERENCE don't you understand with that POS feeble sad little brain of yours?

You know I can buy a WORKING tank if I like...right?

I can buy a fully auto machine gun...with a suppressor also...if I like...right?


Can you buy a tank in America?

In the United States, buying a military armored vehicle (including tanks) is 100% legal for even private individuals.

Including imported versions. And you can even buy one *fully functional* with working weapons systems.

But you need the proper paperwork for those weapons.

If you're buying a tank that had its weapons removed or disabled (not just "non-working"), it's really no different than buying a bulldozer. Heck, armored vehicles are offered for sale on eBay regularly.

If you want the weapons to be working, there's a lot of paperwork to fill in, and certain weapons may not be permitted, ever. Things like the machine guns, if they (the MG) wasn't made before 1986 and in the country by then. But the main cannon can certainly be made operational. You need to pass a background check and pay a modest ($200 or so) fee.

But yes, it's entirely possible to relatively easily buy a tank with disabled weaponry, and not too hard to buy many even with working weapons.

Just a lot of paperwork and some modest expense."


GRENADE LAUNCHER
A grenade launcher is a weapon you might expect to see in open warfare, but owning one is actually permitted in the U.S. under federal law - albeit with restrictions. Classified by the National Firearms Act as a destructive device.

MINIGUN
The name Minigun actually originally related to a particular gun model made by General Electric, but it has gone on to become a more generalized term to describe all rifle-caliber Gatling-type guns that are externally powered, and indeed various other similarly configured guns. These ferocious cannons feature multiple, revolving barrels and high rates of fire - in the case of the M134 Minigun, up to 6,000 rounds a minute. Astonishingly, such large, deadly weapons are legal to own in the U.S. owing to a law passed in 1986 that permitted ownership of any fully automatic weapon built prior to that year. That said, the process of obtaining one may prove difficult and expensive. Relatively few miniguns make it onto market, and even then one is likely to set prospective buyers back roughly $400,000. Then there's the fact that firing the weapon costs approximately $60 a second thanks to the price of the ammunition.

FLAMETHROWER
As the name suggests, a flamethrower is an incendiary weapon that shoots out a torrent of fire. After their use in World War I, modern flamethrowers increased in usage and featured in other major 20th-century conflicts. Still, the usage of these weapons has been controversial in view of the dreadful way in which victims die, and the U.S. military ceased using them in the late 1970s.

While military flamethrowers use combustible liquid, commercial flamethrowers like those utilized in agriculture often employ high-pressure gas. When it comes to the civilian arena, America has a different approach to other countries, and privately owning a flamethrower is not forbidden under federal law. Still, these devices are controlled in certain states, including California, where possession of one without a license could result in a one-year prison term or a fine of up to $10,000.

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 05/26/2022 05:53 PM
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Originally posted by: Fish Killer

Originally posted by: sandi



Originally posted by: Fish Killer







"In the 2008 decision of the Supreme Court, in District of Columbia v. Heller, the de jure definition of "militia" as used in United States jurisprudence was discussed. The Court's opinion made explicit, in its obiter dicta, that the term "militia," as used in colonial times in this originalist decision, included both the federally organized militia and the citizen-organized militias of the several States: "... the 'militia' in colonial America consisted of a subset of 'the people' - those who were male, able-bodied, and within a certain age range" (7)... Although the militia consists of all able-bodied men, the federally-organized militia may consist of a subset of them"(23).[108]















The 'citizens militia' have the same arms as the 'federal militia'.















There should be NO DIFFERENCE!















MORON!








Moron! Is there a Line? Any Line? Can anyone possess hand grenades? Rocket Launchers? Nukes? If the answer to to any of those weapons is no, then High capacity rifles can be outlawed too. And they will be.



Can you buy a Nuke?




What part of NO DIFFERENCE don't you understand with that POS feeble sad little brain of yours?



You know I can buy a WORKING tank if I like...right?



I can buy a fully auto machine gun...with a suppressor also...if I like...right?





Can you buy a tank in America?



In the United States, buying a military armored vehicle (including tanks) is 100% legal for even private individuals.



Including imported versions. And you can even buy one *fully functional* with working weapons systems.



But you need the proper paperwork for those weapons.



If you're buying a tank that had its weapons removed or disabled (not just "non-working"), it's really no different than buying a bulldozer. Heck, armored vehicles are offered for sale on eBay regularly.



If you want the weapons to be working, there's a lot of paperwork to fill in, and certain weapons may not be permitted, ever. Things like the machine guns, if they (the MG) wasn't made before 1986 and in the country by then. But the main cannon can certainly be made operational. You need to pass a background check and pay a modest ($200 or so) fee.



But yes, it's entirely possible to relatively easily buy a tank with disabled weaponry, and not too hard to buy many even with working weapons.



Just a lot of paperwork and some modest expense."




GRENADE LAUNCHER

A grenade launcher is a weapon you might expect to see in open warfare, but owning one is actually permitted in the U.S. under federal law - albeit with restrictions. Classified by the National Firearms Act as a destructive device.



MINIGUN

The name Minigun actually originally related to a particular gun model made by General Electric, but it has gone on to become a more generalized term to describe all rifle-caliber Gatling-type guns that are externally powered, and indeed various other similarly configured guns. These ferocious cannons feature multiple, revolving barrels and high rates of fire - in the case of the M134 Minigun, up to 6,000 rounds a minute. Astonishingly, such large, deadly weapons are legal to own in the U.S. owing to a law passed in 1986 that permitted ownership of any fully automatic weapon built prior to that year. That said, the process of obtaining one may prove difficult and expensive. Relatively few miniguns make it onto market, and even then one is likely to set prospective buyers back roughly $400,000. Then there's the fact that firing the weapon costs approximately $60 a second thanks to the price of the ammunition.



FLAMETHROWER

As the name suggests, a flamethrower is an incendiary weapon that shoots out a torrent of fire. After their use in World War I, modern flamethrowers increased in usage and featured in other major 20th-century conflicts. Still, the usage of these weapons has been controversial in view of the dreadful way in which victims die, and the U.S. military ceased using them in the late 1970s.



While military flamethrowers use combustible liquid, commercial flamethrowers like those utilized in agriculture often employ high-pressure gas. When it comes to the civilian arena, America has a different approach to other countries, and privately owning a flamethrower is not forbidden under federal law. Still, these devices are controlled in certain states, including California, where possession of one without a license could result in a one-year prison term or a fine of up to $10,000.


A lot of Paperwork?

Background Check?

A modest fee?

A $10,000.00 FINE!

OH YES, LIL' F'ER. THAT'S WHAT WE NEED.



 05/26/2022 06:04 PM
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Yo....moron....read the WHOLE SENTENCE!

GO BACK TO 3RD GRADE AND LEARN HOW TO READ!

"Still, these devices are controlled in certain states, including California, where possession of one without a license could result in a one-year prison term or a fine of up to $10,000."

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Hey fish traitor gary of west melbourne:
cool.
Are infrared strobes, thermal sight defeating emitters, and rf and cell phone jammers okay too then swishpig?
Knock knock....hoos there?
you worst iron sights nitemare, fat stinking traitors



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 05/26/2022 08:19 PM
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Originally posted by: Fish Killer

Yo....moron....read the WHOLE SENTENCE!



GO BACK TO 3RD GRADE AND LEARN HOW TO READ!



"Still, these devices are controlled in certain states, including California, where possession of one without a license could result in a one-year prison term or a fine of up to $10,000."


"Controlled?" YUP. That's what we need, better "Gun Control."

You don't even get it. You are truly a moron.
 05/26/2022 08:21 PM
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Originally posted by: sandi

Originally posted by: Fish Killer



Yo....moron....read the WHOLE SENTENCE!







GO BACK TO 3RD GRADE AND LEARN HOW TO READ!







"Still, these devices are controlled in certain states, including California, where possession of one without a license could result in a one-year prison term or a fine of up to $10,000."




"Controlled?" YUP. That's what we need, better "Gun Control."



You don't even get it. You are truly a moron.


By the way... We're # 1.

The most Dangerous Country in the World to send our children to school in.

Why?

Better Gun Control.

It works.
 05/26/2022 08:51 PM
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Why are we # 1 FK?

Why?

Whatever we're doing, isn't working.

If you can't see that, you area TOTAL MORON!
 05/26/2022 08:52 PM
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Do you have a Fishing "License" FK????

License?

To Fish?
 05/26/2022 08:58 PM
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That makes sense!

Fishing is a lot more dangerous than owning a gun.

The system is broken.

You're an idiot.
 05/26/2022 10:13 PM
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What does the Constitution or 1st Amendment say about the internet and your cell phone?

Does it imply your freedom of speech is limited to what you could crank out on an 18th-century printing press?
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