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    Quote Originally Posted by Winn R
    Will -- I think Georgia tryed to get around that problem once before.

    Did you know there are no really old houses in Atlanta?

    Now THAT'S funny!

    (Even Sherman would laugh at that one).
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    Quote Originally Posted by pupwag
    I'm not going to argue states rights on this one.Just struck me as curious why all the other NFA and DD law reads just like Fed regs except this.
    My first thought was that someone in the GA General Assembly leadership had a 6 shot pepperbox pistol he was fond of and was writing law around it or showing their ass to Washington as states sometimes do.Any of the well read know fed law on multiple projectile pepperbox type things off the top of their head?The number six seemed odd as well since most bursts are three and Fed burst maximum is one.
    La. seatbelt law was made like that , there was one guy that wouldn't vote for it , so they changed the bill to any vehicle made after '78 [the year truck he drove] He voted for it as long as it didn't effect him . funny shit happens in the state house .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winn R
    Will -- I think Georgia tryed to get around that problem once before.

    Did you know there are no really old houses in Atlanta?
    exactly . Well, good luck with that
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    Seatbelt law in GA was the same way.You didn't have to use them in pickup trucks.Only changed when Tom Murphy retired and then died.
    It's only metal, it's not magic.

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    You mean I have to wear a seatbelt in my pick up?

    Oh - what is the world coming to!

    I do wish one of you lawyer guys would jump on this deal. I understand that anything the feds don't regulate the states may. In the case however of them both regulating something in a different manner, is it prudent to consider the most burdensome to be the operative regulation?
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    No seatbelt yet.Don't think they passed it yet.
    It's only metal, it's not magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winn R
    Did you know there are no really old houses in Atlanta?
    Of course not. Didn't some guy named Sherman perform the Yankee version of Urban Renewal there a few years back?
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    Pretty much spells it out, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winn R
    I understand that anything the feds don't regulate the states may. In the case however of them both regulating something in a different manner, is it prudent to consider the most burdensome to be the operative regulation?
    That's the way I'd look at , of course I'm very conservative when it's my ass I'm gambling with . and I'm pretty sure we've already had the "state's right's" argument settled . The state has the right to do what the f**k it's told by the Fed. government[right and wrong arn't even in the conversation] . And remember boy's and girl's , there's no double jeopardy in the fed system , if you do somthing that has state and fedral penalties , you get to do both set's of time .
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