Ok first off we know NORMAL CAPACITY magazines are not traditionally used for hunting deer, or moose, or buffalo, or ducks, or squirrels, or... you get the point. But that's not why people buy them. When you allow the police to have something the public isn't allowed to have you are intentionally balancing the scale in your favor. Hey let's look at my situation... Not one of my guns that I lost in a terrible accident were ever meant for hunting.
Ask yourself this... If you had a bolt gun... What is the average response time of the police? Now how fast can you work a bolt? How many shots is that?
Now you have a Colt 1911 with the acceptable 7 round magz... Time your reload time...
Is it sinking in? These are feel good laws and attempting to say something like that in W.V. is just straight stupid. That would be like Skelator Pelosi telling Kalifornians to get off welfare...
This is a moot point. In a situation like this one side blames the guns the other side blames video or a shift in society. All I can say is this guy just lost his job. Obviously he is not voting on behalf of his constituents, just off personal beliefs which isn't his job. You have to love these guys in Washington. I mean the lobbyists. They love this. They talk about it at the bar at night. Create drama. One side against the other. Either way both our companies get rich. You be anti-gun I'll be anti-violence. This will be fun.
It's brewing though. Hey if the 2nd Amendment was made when semi automatic weapons weren't conceived than the 4th Amendment was made before before e-mails and phones were conceived. I say let our politicians set the example. Show us what you have been doing behind closed doors and let us choose what we are willing to adhere to and what things we feel YOU are doing which aren't covered in constitution. It will be fun... That way they know what unemployment feels like.
"What country can preserve its liberties if its rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance?" -Thomas Jefferson-
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