“An excitable boy”

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#21 Jan 19, 2013
Utica Viscount wrote:
Explosives are highly regulated in the United States because they are incredibly dangerous in the wrong hands. Hint hint.
That's what they project. However I know personally how easy it actually is in practice to obtain an ATFE Type set for manufacturing explosives. It costs around $400 a year to maintain the permissions, and it was easier than a PP by half. Fun and educational too!

Wow.. sorry to make you piss your chair.

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#22 Jan 19, 2013
Utica Viscount wrote:
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The greater point is that this slippery slope towards banning personal ownership of firearms is a laughable fantasy at best,.....
You are a damn fool if you don't believe this is the first step towards confiscation.

Andrew Cuomo, "Confiscation could be an option. Mandatory sale to the state could be an option..."

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/21/nyregion/cu...

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#23 Jan 19, 2013
Ian Hob wrote:
<quoted text>That's what they project. However I know personally how easy it actually is in practice to obtain an ATFE Type set for manufacturing explosives. It costs around $400 a year to maintain the permissions, and it was easier than a PP by half. Fun and educational too!
Wow.. sorry to make you piss your chair.
An ATF permit!?!!? A visit from the FEDS?!!? How dare the federal government decide who gets to manufacture explosives!

If buying a gun required that level of scrutiny the world would be a better place.

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#24 Jan 19, 2013
Utica Viscount wrote:
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The greater point is that this slippery slope towards banning personal ownership of firearms is a laughable fantasy at best, and banning the most dangerous weapons is a reasonable response towards keeping everyone safe.
The scariest part of this whole controversy is how obsessed the American people seem to be with deadly weapons of war. It's almost sociopathic in nature. I couldn't imagine the reactions if someone said they were just a law-abiding VX gas enthusiast, but many in this country fetishize machines designed to maim and kill.
It amazes me that anyone would not be up in arms when a politician believes he is a dictator and pushes laws through late at night like some nightmarish ghoul.

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#25 Jan 19, 2013
NYGunman wrote:
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It amazes me that anyone would not be up in arms when a politician believes he is a dictator and pushes laws through late at night like some nightmarish ghoul.
You do know that the new law was passed in both the senate and assembly by democratically elected representatives and signed by the democratically elected governor, correct?

I don't know what sort of mental gymnastics caused you to believe such actions are dictatorial.

Or maybe it's one of those "it's only democratic if I agree with it!" things that the right is famous for.

“An excitable boy”

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#26 Jan 19, 2013
Utica Viscount wrote:
<quoted text>I don't know what sort of mental gymnastics caused you to believe such actions are dictatorial.
You conveniently omitted the deplorable "emergency" measures Cuomo invoked to deprive the legislature and the public's review imbecile. That's not mental gymnastics until a republican does same right hypocrite? Very convenient for you right? Save it paper ass.

Now please commence mental gymnastics to explain your spellcheck hypocracy.

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#27 Jan 19, 2013
Utica Viscount wrote:
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You do know that the new law was passed in both the senate and assembly by democratically elected representatives and signed by the democratically elected governor, correct?
I don't know what sort of mental gymnastics caused you to believe such actions are dictatorial.
Or maybe it's one of those "it's only democratic if I agree with it!" things that the right is famous for.
That's okay, the voters will shortly give him the boot. Unions don't like him, the gun owners don't like him. Now watch, Cuomo will push hydrofracking through and takes upstates electricity. Cuomo is a 1-term governor.
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#28 Jan 19, 2013
Utica Viscount wrote:
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You do know that the new law was passed in both the senate and assembly by democratically elected representatives and signed by the democratically elected governor, correct?
I don't know what sort of mental gymnastics caused you to believe such actions are dictatorial.
Or maybe it's one of those "it's only democratic if I agree with it!" things that the right is famous for.
Why did he feel the need to use a memo of necessity? No political "one-up-manship" on his agenda, was there? Why didnt the people of NY get time to review this and telk with tbeir legislators? Because Cuomo knew it probably would NOT pass once we had a chance to call our representatives and tell them to vote no! You dont see that as dictatorial? Of course you dont. You agree with him.
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#29 Jan 19, 2013
Oops. I have a couple of typos in my last response. Sorry Viscount. I guess that means I dont get to respond anymore...huh.

“An excitable boy”

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#30 Jan 19, 2013
NYGunman wrote:
<quoted text>That's okay, the voters will shortly give him the boot. Unions don't like him, the gun owners don't like him. Now watch, Cuomo will push hydrofracking through and takes upstates electricity. Cuomo is a 1-term governor.
I doubt it. New Yorkers are a little gullible and emotional, with a side dish of "extra-stupid".
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#31 Jan 19, 2013
anyone taking pills will lose their guns

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#32 Jan 19, 2013
If anyone hasn't signed this petition, please do so. Thank you and stay strong. The fight isn't over yet.

http://www.nysenate.gov/webform/stand-second-...
Agree

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#33 Jan 20, 2013
Registration is only one tool. Background checks on ammo is the real deal to future confiscation! Now Cuomo and King Bloomberg can find your father and grandfathers guns that never will have a background check. The law doesn't specify what is considered high volume so do assume it's up to the police. A 100 rounds can easily be done in a weekend of target/sheet shooting or sighting in your guns! So are we going to have overzealous police knocking on our door harassing us or serving a warrant after a weekend at your shooting club. I hope Bloomberg realizes his bodyguards are only allowed 7 bullets now!
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#34 Jan 20, 2013
Agree wrote:
Registration is only one tool. Background checks on ammo is the real deal to future confiscation! Now Cuomo and King Bloomberg can find your father and grandfathers guns that never will have a background check. The law doesn't specify what is considered high volume so do assume it's up to the police. A 100 rounds can easily be done in a weekend of target/sheet shooting or sighting in your guns! So are we going to have overzealous police knocking on our door harassing us or serving a warrant after a weekend at your shooting club. I hope Bloomberg realizes his bodyguards are only allowed 7 bullets now!
After the obamanation of a law called the NDAA they no longer need to knock or serve you a warrant.

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#35 Jan 20, 2013
I heard the rumor that the registration fee will be $50 for every gun at 5-year intervals.
Sunshine

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#36 Jan 20, 2013
So, gunman, How was the rally yesterday?

“An excitable boy”

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#37 Jan 20, 2013
Utica Viscount wrote:
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An ATF permit!?!!? A visit from the FEDS?!!? How dare the federal government decide who gets to manufacture explosives!
If buying a gun required that level of scrutiny the world would be a better place.
Wrong Sir. The ATFE Types were easier to obtain than the CC. Took a little longer but it was much easier. Do you ever get anything straight?
guest

Utica, NY

#38 Jan 20, 2013
NYGunman wrote:
I heard the rumor that the registration fee will be $50 for every gun at 5-year intervals.

The state of NY is now 63 billion in the hole ,is this their idea of debt reduction ? How do get to $63 billion debt? Deplorable inept leadership ,nuff said. NY gunman keep up the good work thanks

“An excitable boy”

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#39 Jan 20, 2013
NYGunman wrote:
If anyone hasn't signed this petition, please do so. Thank you and stay strong. The fight isn't over yet.
http://www.nysenate.gov/webform/stand-second-...
Do you need to reside in New York NYG?
Well Well Well

Utica, NY

#40 Jan 20, 2013
I'm not NYG but I'll be leaving NYS soon. I don't want or need a nanny government that wants to regulate and charge for everything in sight.

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