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Mark Kelly Breaks the Law as a Strawpurchaser

Storm13 Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 3:49 PM
The hypocrisy here is phenomenal. Kelly bitches and moans to congress about the need for more gun control then goes out and buys a 1911 .45 handgun, an AR-15 and addtional "high capacity magazines" Bad enough he's a hypocrite, but when confronted by for verification, the lying sack of sh** goes on his facebook page before can break the story and says he did it to show how easy it is to by guns without background checks and that he's going to give the AR to the police. A) Who buys a $1500+ AR and just gives it to the police. B) Why isn't he giving the 1911 .45 handgun to the police? C) Does this assclown actually believe for one minute that we don't know he's trying to cover his @ss?
Luscious Lars Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 3:51 PM
Who did he buy the AR15 from? Why didn't he need to get a background check? He had to have purchased the gun from a private party if he didn't need a background check. What's the real story here?
Roberty Wrote: Mar 12, 2013 4:17 PM
Being an astronaut and such, a background check would probably only take a few minutes. If the FBI can't call up this guy's stats quickly then they have taken ineffieciency to a new level. And so far as buying a rifle for some one else; if he can do it without prosecuetion then so can we. All men are created equal.

Over the weekend, husband of former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and anti-gun advocate Mark Kelly purchased as AR-15 at Diamondback Police Supply in Tucson, Arizona. The reason? According to Kelly, he was proving a point about the amount of time background checks take to conduct and won't keep the AR-15. In fact, his plan all along was to give it away to the police.

When you purchase a firearm at a federally licensed dealer, you must fill out an ATF 4473 form. It is a felony to lie on the form and say you are purchasing a firearm for...