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Michael Bloomberg Puts Anti-Gun Plans Into Action

OregonBuzz Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 7:41 PM
Ladies and Gentlemen, if you are stocking up on guns/ammo do your best to buy privately. Stay away from FFL dealers as they are required to do the background checks and keep the 4473 forms. Check out Buy locally from people who can identify themselves with a state Drivers License and a Concealed Handgun permit. I hate to speak against good dealers, but the paper trail will lead to you. THINK ABOUT IT. We shouldn't have to be subjected to all this fingerprinting and paperwork. Consider this: "Waiting periods are only a step. Registration is only a step. The prohibition of private firearms is the goal." Janet Reno
Tionico Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 2:51 AM
all that form does is say Charlie bought a certain gun from the FFL on a certain date. No more. Nearly every state allows private sale of firearms with no FFL, else your advice to buy privately would be worthless. All anyone has to do when THEY come round looking for that certain gun is "well, that must be one of the ones I had to sell when I lost my job. Didn't write down the name of the guy who got it." Besides, that form is filed away by date of sale, and must match his logbook. Neither are searchable except by paging through them. Can'tlook up MY name and find out what ll I have. Buy as many as you can afford. Ammo sales are not recorded, either.
nimh2 Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 6:42 AM
You are correct. However, upon cessation of business (going out of business) the 4473 forms are required to be sent to the ATF where they are entered into a database. However, selling firearms privately is still legal in the USA. I'll bet that bloomberg, schumer and pelosi would like to do away with private sales of firearms . . .
America's Most Dangerous Mayor has long advocated stricter gun control laws - not just in his own mayoral jurisdiction, but in other places around the country. Not content to merely govern New Yorkers, Bloomberg has begun to put his personal fortune on the line to oust Second Amendment advocates around the country.

The Sacramento Bee reports that Bloomberg spent millions in opposition of a pro-gun Democrat Congressman in California. His efforts were rewarded, as the NRA-supported Democrat lost to a more liberal candidate.

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