Firearms maker leaves Rochester to "a state that is friendly to the ...

Oct 29, 2013 Full story: Press & Sun-Bulletin 15

American Tactical Imports is leaving Rochester for South Carolina, blaming the move in part on the state's gun-control law passed in January.

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Enough already

Bronx, NY

#1 Oct 30, 2013
I will make sure to do business with ATI and Kahr Arms for standing on principle. Remington needs to follow. These companies should also refuse to service their products in use by NY state law enforcement. Kimber and any other gun related industry should also relocate out of NY. We should support these businesses and inflict as much damage that is legally possible to NY's economy and it's incompetent politicians until reasonable balance is achieved.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#2 Oct 30, 2013
EXCELLENT!

ALL cities, states, and businesses that deny, or call out for regulation/infringement of our Constitutionally secured rights. Should be STARVED to death by an "embargo" from We The People. Don't buy their products, or use their services. Vote with your DOLLARS. Let the traitors die the slow and painful death of the cursed.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#4 Oct 30, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
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yeah...yeah.. we are all shaking in our boots and starving....bwhahahahhaha... keep masturbating...we the people enjoy watching......
Your side has been losing for more than a decade now. And support for 'gun control' has PLUMMETED. You are losing in the U.S. congress, and the courts. And any state politicians that attempt any 'gun control' are getting CRUCIFIED. It's good that you can keep up your sense of humor while losing on such a grand scale.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#6 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
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yeah.. we are losing big time.... bwhahahahahahhahahah
If you think gun control legislation hasnít moved in this country since the Newtown shooting, think again. Thereís been plenty of activity in the states, even though no gun legislation has passed through Congress. And while states that passed tougher restrictions on gun ownership receive plenty of attention, several states have moved in the opposite direction.
Lawmakers in Connecticut, one of the latest states to take action, approved a package early Thursday beefing up gun laws. Hereís a look at states that have passed or considered gun legislation since the Newtown shooting:...california, new york, maryland, colorado, etc.etc....
And they are ALL facing backlash for their treason. Including internal fighting within bloomberg's gun control group. In Colorado there were recalls on legislators. And EVERY SINGLE 'gun control law' is being contested in the courts.(Not to mention the two recent semi-pro 2nd amendment decisions in the U.S. Supreme Court).

The traitors have been on a losing streak for about a decade now. And, it's only going to get worse for the traitors. But, this is America, and you are allowed to dream.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#8 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
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I like this losing streak... thanks
A dozen other states also have eliminated some gun restrictions this year. Four states have gone in the opposite direction, tightening their gun laws in the wake of the mass shooting last December in Newtown, Conn.(see chart)
The speedy passage of gun laws in the states reflects the fact that in many of them, one party dominates the political landscape. Following the 2012 elections, a single party now controls both the governorís mansion and the legislature in a whopping 37 statesósometimes with a nearly unbeatable ďsupermajority.Ē The result has been a torrent of new laws related not only to guns but other issues ranging from abortion to taxes.
The demonrats obviously didn't learn after the klintoon fiasco. So, they are going to get a very hard reminder in 2014-16. And all of the phony repukagains are going to learn the lesson as well.

People also seem to disregard the lessons learned in 1856-1901. For that was when the [TRUE] republican party utterly DECIMATED the democrats.

Americans Express Historic Negativity Toward U.S. Government
Several long-term Gallup trends at or near historical lows
by Lydia Saad

This story is the first in a weeklong series on Gallup.com on Americans' views on the role and performance of government.

PRINCETON, NJ -- A record-high 81% of Americans are dissatisfied with the way the country is being governed, adding to negativity that has been building over the past 10 years.
http://www.gallup.com/poll/149678/Americans-E...

The days for you and those like you are numbered. As you will discover much to your dismay in 2014-16.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#10 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
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I am really worried... doesn't it show....
PRINCETON, NJ -- Nearly a year after the Newtown, Conn., school shootings spawned considerable U.S. debate about passing stricter gun control laws, almost half of Americans believe the laws covering the sale of firearms should be strengthened and half say they should stay the same or be less strict.
"Thursday, September 19, 2013

"Despite the horrific mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday, support for more gun control has fallen to its lowest level in over a year. Most Americans don't think tougher gun control would have prevented this week's killings anyway.

"Just 33% of American Adults believe itís at least somewhat likely that stricter gun control laws would have prevented the mass shooting in Washington, DC, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. That includes 15% who say it is Very Likely stricter laws would have prevented the tragedy. Fifty-nine percent (59%) think itís unlikely tougher gun laws would have prevented the shooting, including 26% who say itís Not At All Likely.(To see survey question wording, click here.)

"Forty-four percent (44%) believe the United States needs stricter gun control laws,

but thatís the lowest support for increased gun control since July 2012,

just after the mass shooting in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. Shortly after the elementary school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut last December, those supporting stricter gun control outnumbered opponents for the first time in surveys for several years. This support reached a high of 52% in late February but fell to 46% by August.

>>>>>Now, 50% believe stricter gun laws are not needed, the highest level of opposition in over a year.<<<<<

"Thirty-four percent (34%) of adults believe stricter gun laws would decrease violent crime,

>>>>>a finding that has slowly declined since Newtown.<<<<<

Slightly more (36%) say they would have no impact on violent crime. Twenty-two percent (22%) believe tougher gun laws would actually increase violent crime.

"Americans donít think the latest mass shooting will spark any legislative action. Thirty-seven percent (37%) think itís at least somewhat likely that Congress and the president will create tougher gun control laws, but 58% say itís not likely to happen. These findings include 12% who think itís Very Likely lawmakers will create new laws and 16% who say itís Not At All Likely."
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_conten...
You just can't seem to get ANYTHING right, can you?

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#12 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
<quoted text>
If you think gun control legislation hasnít moved in this country since the Newtown shooting, think again. Thereís been plenty of activity in the states, even though no gun legislation has passed through Congress. And while states that passed tougher restrictions on gun ownership receive plenty of attention, several states have moved in the opposite direction.
Lawmakers in Connecticut, one of the latest states to take action, approved a package early Thursday beefing up gun laws. Hereís a look at states that have passed or considered gun legislation since the Newtown shooting:california, maryland, new york, colorado, etc.etc.
And every single one of the traitors will pay for their treason in 2014-16, if not before. Such as was the case in Colorado. ALL of the HARD, COLD FACTS are on the side of Freedom and Liberty. And the lieberal agenda is soon going to come to a grinding halt. Have fun in obscurity.
Elm Creek Smith

Tulsa, OK

#13 Oct 31, 2013
I recently put an ATI Strikeforce adjustable folding stock on my Ruger Mini 14. Glad to see they moved to a free state.

ECS

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#15 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
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yeah, she is a beauty.....bet it feels even better...
http://woodworkessence.com/erotic/wp-content/...
Statistics Prove: More Guns, Less Crime

Inconvenient facts the gun control lobby cannot answer
http://www.infowars.com/statistics-prove-more...

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#17 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
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info wars???? bwhhahahahah.... similar to national enquirer....keep trying dumb a$$...
Mainstream sources have described Jones as a conservative,[27][28][29][30] a right-wing conspiracy theorist,[31][32][33][34] and a libertarian.
DIRECTLY FROM THE ARTICLE:

"Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reports.

"As the graph above highlights, according to the latest figures obtained by the FBI,[http://www.fbi.gov/about- us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2 011/crime-in-the-u.s.-2011/vio lent-crime/violent-crime] violent crime offenses in the United States have been falling since 2007. The five year trend clearly shows that, despite there being an ongoing national debate about gun violence in America, violent crime itself is actually becoming less of a problem.

"The graph below from the Department of Justice also highlights the fact that over the last 40 years, the amount of guns in America per 1000 people has increased, whereas serious violent crimes have decreased.

"In addition, despite the media drumbeat that murders involving guns represent the number one safety threat to American citizens, the reality is completely the opposite.

"Amongst the ďtop ten killersĒ in the United States, homicide by firearms is at the bottom of the list, according to figures from the CDC and the FBI. Almost 20 times more people die in the United States from medical errors than they do from firearm homicides, but there is no outcry to slap draconian regulations on the medical industry...."
http://www.infowars.com/statistics-prove-more...

Take a hike, O' deceptive one.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#18 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
<quoted text>
info wars???? bwhhahahahah.... similar to national enquirer....keep trying dumb a$$...
Mainstream sources have described Jones as a conservative,[27][28][29][30] a right-wing conspiracy theorist,[31][32][33][34] and a libertarian.
Here's some more poison for you:

Sources: Population Figures; Disaster Center:
http://www.disastercenter.com/crime/uscrime.h...

NICS Figures; FBI:
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/nics

(Important note: The number of background checks does not equate to the number of firearms sold. As multiple guns; both Long Guns, and Hand Guns, can be purchased during a NICS background check).

The statistics from the chart were gathered from the Disaster Center referenced above. To which were added the last two columns on the right. Which contain information concerning U.S. gun law enactment periods. As well as crime rate variances, and finally; N.I.C.S.,(National Instant Criminal Background Check), numbers,

As it is plain to see, crime rates started a dramatic rise after the 1968 Gun Control Act. During the years 1981-84 crime rates either leveled out or dropped. From 1985-91 the overall crime rate again rose sharply. During the year 1992 the crime rates again leveled. While in 1993 most crime rates had fallen. Which fails to explain the justification for the Unconstitutional ďBrady BillĒ.

The 'Gun Control' laws that have been unconstitutionally passed have also had an effect on Firearm sales in the United States. According to National Shooting Sports Foundation,(NSSF), and FBI NICS records. Firearms sales have increased by 54.1% between 2002-2011*. Thus making the claim by John Lott in his book; ďMore Guns, Less CrimeĒ, a statistical FACT.

'Gun Control laws' also seem to be providing an impetus for increased firearms sales. Which is hardly what the 'gun control' crowd desired, I'm sure. That is of course, unless they are stock holders in firearms related businesses....

*- See: http://www.nssf.org/share/images/PR_NICS_Adju...

United States Crime Rates 1960 - 2011 in relation to Gun Control Laws/NICS Background checks
http://gunshowonthenet.blogspot.com/2013/04/u...

Take a hike.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#20 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
here is some poison for you...
In this study, doctors in New York looked at data on gun ownership, crime rate, firearms-related deaths and depression from 27 developed countries, including the United States, Japan, Great Britain and South Africa.
Gun enthusiast Paul Gwaltney at Blue Ridge Arsenal, in Chantilly, Va. Gwaltney, an NPR listener, agreed to host a discussion about guns with friends and colleagues.
Guns In America: A Loaded Relationship
On Gun Ownership And Policy,'A Country Of Chasms'
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., at a firing range in Nevada earlier this week. Her husband, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, was behind her.
The Two-Way
Giffords Reaches 'Responsible Gun Owners' At Firing Ranges
Veetek Witkowski holds a newly assembled AR-15 rifle at the Stag Arms company in New Britain, Conn., in April.
U.S.
Why The AR-15 Is More Than Just A Gun
The United States had the highest rate of civilian gun ownership, at almost 90 guns per 100 people. The next two countries on the list were Switzerland and Finland, with about 45 guns per 100 people. Japan, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom had the lowest gun numbers, ranging from less than one gun per 100 in Japan to six in the U.K.
The countries with more civilian guns also had the highest rates of firearms deaths, with the United States leading the list at 10 deaths per 100,000, based on an international mortality database.
Gun ownership was strongly associated with firearms deaths. The only outlier was South Africa, which had 13 guns per 100 people, but a firearms death rate almost as high as in the U.S
time for you go masturbate in your closet and call it a day...
The UNODC made a study in 2012 that includes most countries of the world. The following lists show only the most recent data. Rates are calculated per 100,000 inhabitants. Intentional homicide in this case is defined as unlawful death purposefully inflicted on a person by another person.

UNODC murder rates most recent year
Subregion Rate Count Region
Eastern Africa 21.9 69,344 Africa
Middle Africa 20.8 25,330 Africa
Northern Africa 5.9 12,276 Africa
Southern Africa 30.5 17,484 Africa
Western Africa 15.4 44,671 Africa
Caribbean 16.9 7,001 Americas
Central America 28.5 44,997 Americas
Northern America 3.9 13,558 Americas
South America 20.0 79,039 Americas
Central Asia 6.1 3,667 Asia
Eastern Asia 1.3 19,828 Asia
South-Eastern Asia 6.0 34,787 Asia
Southern Asia 3.8 63,102 Asia
Western Asia 2.6 5,736 Asia
Eastern Europe 6.4 19,072 Europe
Northern Europe 1.5 1,432 Europe
Southern Europe 1.4 1,669 Europe
Western Europe 1.0 1,852 Europe
Australasia 1.0 268 Oceania
Melanesia 11.1 898 Oceania
Micronesia 2.5 10 Oceania
Polynesia 0.1 3 Oceania

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#22 Oct 31, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
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looks this moron snapped...I busted him on gun homicides and now he is deflecting to another topic...bwhhahahahahah....you never stood a chance with me MORON..
what's next, how many people slipped on banana peels?
Oh yeah, you're a real 'legend' alright ... in your own mind. >You< haven't "busted" SQUAT. In FACT, EVERYTHING you have contended has been easily disproved.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#24 Nov 1, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
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yeah, on Uranus perhaps....bwhahhahahahhahahah
Regardless of the treason that you espouse. There's one thing that you and your fellow traitors will NEVER be able to change:

"The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms shall NOT be infringed."

Keep laughing, sycophant.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#26 Nov 1, 2013
PrinceofDarkness wrote:
<quoted text>
we already did in california and new york...bwhahahahahhah....too late jack 0-ff....
TEMPORARILY.

And if you traitors think you got all of the guns from the People of California, Chicago, and New York. Then you are in for a VERY RUDE AWAKENING.

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