And new debit cards will be issued with more funding behind them for those that snitch on their gun owning neighbors.
Michelle will organize her Youth Corps to ferret out which homes have guns.
Shooting ranges will have extensive video recordings, any place that offers parts ammo and firearms will have Echelon tracking the purchases.
I was at my local gun shop yesterday. There was a line of three gentlemen ahead of me and another guy walking around the store. He never brought anything to the counter and seemed to be “hanging out.”
The reason he made me nervous is a friend was buying 10 round Ruger mags and I said I didn’t need any since I had 20s. His ears perked up like he was taking note of what I said, so I quickly added “pre-ban, of course.”
I will be more careful what I say around strangers from now on.
sin the socialist republik of illiinois there are several bill pending to shut down gun ranges and other goo stuff. sonn to be a gun free state. . a mini england. knives are next.
in the socialist republik of illiinois there are several bills pending to shut down gun ranges and other good stuff. soon to be a gun free state. . a mini england. knives are next.
That might work in upscale New York suburbs like Sandy Hook.
In my upscale Missouri neighborhood, my neighbor on one side is the senior partner of our region's largest law firm. My neighbor on the other side is a retired colonel. Across the street is a retired senior enlisted soldier married to a retired senior enlisted Marine. A little ways down is a retired sergeant major working for a major international defense contractor. Up the street is the owner of our county's second-largest bank. On a side street, there's a Missouri National Guard recruiter and another senior bank official, plus a retired upper-level GS civilian. And I'm not saying anything about the active duty military personnel who are generally O-5 or O-8 and above, or people who held those ranks before retirement and now work as senior GS civilians.
It would be easier to figure out how many people in my neighborhood don't have guns in their homes than who do have guns.
The percentage would be even higher in the trailer court a mile away from my house, or the rural areas five miles away, especially since it could easily take 20 to 30 minutes for the one or two sheriff's deputies on duty to get to a 911 call reporting a home invasion.
Gun-grabbers are crazy if they think they're going to win this battle outside the major cities and their suburbs.