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    Postak Banning Guns by the Size of the Hole in the Barrel

    It seems that those intent on dismantling the Second Amendment brick by brick have found a new target of opportunity to demonize and ban: guns with a larger hole in the barrel than others. On November 17, the New Jersey Assembly is set to consider A2116, which bans most firearms which shoot projectiles of 50 caliber or larger.

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    wow, that will wipe out like...... .00001%

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigAl View Post
    wow, that will wipe out like...... .00001%
    That's not the point.

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    Perhaps we could ban polititions by how big of a "HOLE" they are.

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    they have ben talking about this for awhile now, yeah? i remember hearing stuff about how making .50cal and above a military/leo only round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nalioth View Post
    That's not the point.
    I understand the point. Why do you always have to be dry as hell...are you that damn particular?

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    they passed it again today. from the way I read it, it will go on for its third reading...then a few more steps before it is a law. then once enacted it has another month before it goes into affect...so it'll be a little while before it is a law if it does in fact become one

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