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could it b? suppressors coming off NFA list

Thread in 'Firearms Chat' started by sweathogger273, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. sweathogger273

    sweathogger273 Frontiersman

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    Could it b finally?
    On ur mark,get set, buy like goin outta style lol
     
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    letusbuyyourcar The Hen that laid the Golden Legos

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    I just read the related article on Breitbart. Maybe...
     
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    Prices will be goin up ,supply and demand
     
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    buttplate ODT Junkie!

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    Where is the article? Is it because of the hearing protection bill?
     
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    Bushwhacker Unmitigated Badassery

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    Yes. Already introduced this session, like it has been for awhile. Might have a chance in the next few years of actually passing.
     
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    Bushwhacker Unmitigated Badassery

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    Why not order one now, pay the $200 tax extortion stamp. Then when the bill passes you get your $200 back? It's part of the bill as well.
     
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    ... So somebody in Congress introduced a bill.

    Don't get your hopes up.


    Do you realize that for most of the last 30 years, some liberal Democrat member of Congress has introduced a bill that would simply repeal the Second Amendment. Amend the Constitution to just ELIMINATE the Right to Keep and Bear Arms?

    It doesn't go anywhere. It just gets "assigned to a Committee" where the committee leaders recognize it for the pie-in-the-sky worthless crap that it is, and they sit on it until it dies.

    The same can happen to an NFA reform bill, unless we do a good job of lobbying for it and explaining to politicians how it's not really going to impact public safety at all -- other than to improve public health by reducing the kind of noise that is well known to cause hearing damage.
     
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    Say it does get passed, do you think they will require a background check or form similar to a 4473? Instead of the 9 or so month wait and stamp, my guess is that they will still want to regulate them somehow...
    It may be outlined in the bill, but I haven't had the time to dig into it.
     
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    I believe refund is in the form of a tax credit
     
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