The ban list

Here it is – Feinsteins targeted gun list.

Ruger’s AR is on there but the Mini-14 isnt. Neither is my PTR’s although the HK’s are mentioned by name. No doubt they’ll fall under the part that bans them by a list of features.

Apparently stuff gets grandfathered in but a national registry is created for them.

This should prove to be highly contentious. We shall see.

18 thoughts on “The ban list

  1. Who knows where this thing will go. Hopefully nowhere.
    In any case, it looks like a cut/ paste from the 1994 ban – with a few items added.
    Stuff like Uzi A & B hasn’t even been imported, much less available, since the early 90′s. Also, I see the CETME & HK family listed as “AR15 type”. HAHAHAHA!
    pretty far from an AR15. I also noticed that they didn’t mention C-93 & C-91′s.
    Looks like a list written while watching action movies.
    Those Thompsons sure are causing lotsa crime these days, huh?

  2. National registry. Yeah right. The Virginia Assembly is working to create a Bill which exempts Virginia citizens from such idiocy. I hope it makes it. When we are done here, I think Virginia will have its own money, it’s own gun laws, and our own passports.

    • that would be a fine day indeed! i’ve been hammering my Va rep daily. now we need to do something about tim cain, aka the weasel.

    • “National registry.”
      In order to get re-elected, Harry Reid put a rider in Obamacare that prohibits the us government from maintaining a database of firearm or ammunition purchases or ownership.

  3. well, that last one at the bottom hurt. when was the last time a belt fed was used in a crime? they listed everything i have. if this passes i’ll be a felon twenty times over. hmmm.

  4. I wonder if m1a socoms might be the sneaker. Only thing they have is removable magazines , as far as assault language.

  5. You know, I’d really like to register my firearms with the federal government, but unfortunately they were all lost in an unfortunate exploding boat accident, and the ashes taken by aliens. So sad.

  6. I had to give my Mini-14 Ranch Rifle a hug today. After this, I bet there’s more than a few people who stop ragging on them and start looking seriously at buying one (especially now that Ruger is putting a Pic rail on the new models).

    I thought I had enough magazines for mine, but it looks like I’ll be buying some more when the craziness dies down some.

    • dude this is just the beginning of the craziness. the obama campaign machine took non-profit status with the mission to rid the u.s. of guns. millions apon millions of untraceable funds. sick commercials, lies, blackmail, bribes to follow anything goes with these people. david axelduche is heading it up. that guy is certifiably nuts.

  7. The people who wrote the bill are gun illiterates, and judging by who they choose to work for, dolts.

    I won’t pass either house for at least two years. But the Libs and MSM will be hammering the public trying to demonize gun owners so who knows how the next election will go. Maybe Texas will pull the trigger on its nuclear option and split into five states, buying some (ok, I know they won’t…).

  8. If I had any guns at all I would not give in to their demands to register or tell them anything about what I owned. Just another attempt to weaken the Constitution.

  9. This has no chance of getting through congress. Not even Feinstein believes that her wish list of gun control will make it through the senate (let alone the house). What this is really all about is softening up the pro 2A side for ‘compromise’ on the gun issue. The main thing anti-gun people want this time around is a national gun registry. If they can get that then they can get the rest of the ‘wish list’ later.

    • Bullseye.

      Feinstein is playing the Bad Cop.

      In a few weeks, after the media has pushed things as hard as they can, a Good Cop will come along and offer a “compromise” to put an end to all this divisive unpleasantness, so the Congress can get back to important things like wrecking the economy, wrecking the military and making sure that everyone flosses after brushing.

      They’re hoping for a national registration law, because that will make everything to come that much easier to enforce.

      They’d really like to get a magazine limit, just so they’d have another tool to use against people who refuse to comply.

      And they’ll be more than happy to have a ban on scary guns, even if they know that it’s unlikely they have the votes.

      But the important thing in their eyes is that they’ll get another bite or two out of the Second Amendment. That’s how you eat elephants, or civil liberties, after all. One bite at a time.

  10. “The president-elect is coming into office at a moment when there is upheaval in many parts of the world simultaneously,” Kissinger responded. “You have India, Pakistan; you have the jihadist movement. So he can’t really say there is one problem, that it’s the most important one. But he can give new impetus to American foreign policy partly because the reception of him is so extraordinary around the world. His task will be to develop an overall strategy for America in this period when, really, a new world order can be created. It’s a great opportunity, it isn’t just a crisis.”
    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2009/01/85442/#HCuURqVLKkZwj5lA.99
    from wnd.com

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