Originally Posted by kernelkrink
I never could see why there is opposition to these amnesty laws. If the idea that MGs and such should be registered so the .gov knows where they are and can keep them "out of the hands of criminals" is a good one, which the NFA laws would seem to indicate is their mindset, then why oppose getting more registered and "on the books"? All those Tommy Guns and other bringbacks sitting in someone's attic are not in the NFA registry, so they have no control over them at all. And that's a better situation from their standpoint? Then why register any of them?
I know a guy who knows a guy who met a guy. Who just got approached at a flea market. Dont want too go zumbo here now.
But the WWII woman are coming of age. They want too be rid of their husbands war bring homes.
2 WWII Thompson's she has. 86 years old. Dont bother me Feds. I dont know or care who she is.
I personally, did not come in much contact with captured AKs or other equipment.
But oh my God did guys send them home. Break down, multiple packages, ship. They got a little tighter on shipping later, when morons starting sending frags home too their friends. Idiots. Jerks. I had the chance but passed.
Junk Russian milled AKs. I dont want these pre 68 junks.
If the Govt. worked with the Vets. They would know where they are. Oh trust me, their out there.
But their choice. Just like prohibition. You cant drink. Say what????
Even Nuns were at the speak-easies. Their choice.