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Obama and Gun Control

rficara Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:25 PM
Here in NY State I'll keep my .243 Winchester. It's an old 1967 Sako Forester that once belonged to Kenny Jarrett and I got it at the first Westchester gun show in 11 years back in 2010. It will put the Federal 70 grain ballistic tip varmint bullets in a clover leaf at 200 yards. I'm saving for a Ruger American in .243 to be set up for deer. Here we don't have many shots past 150 yards. If I went over that caliber I'd look at a 7mm-08. Ray

Difficulty in getting change in our country is an ongoing source of frustration. Particularly when we have huge problems facing us as we do today.

But the founders knew what they were doing setting up the checks and balances of our constitutional republic. The delicate arrangement we call freedom should never submit with ease to a charismatic demagogue or to an emotion filled crisis.

The current push for gun control is case and point. It is at a time like this that we should be grateful that changing our laws is hard to do.

Every normal and decent American wants to...