Good video. It just means the National Guard. The Constitution is just referring to cannons and shit like and the organizing of Minutemen. Read any Revolutionary War history and you can get a sense of what was important and why the second amendment was written. Also look at how the Ukraine government handed out small arms after the Russian invasion. Small arms in the hands of private citizens that Trumptards masturbate to aren't part of the second amendment and can be regulated or banned. I'm not sure how we got to where we are at, but we see how politicized the Supreme Court is now and I'm guessing its always been the same. @Pertinacious Tom Is that right Tom?
Sure. At the risk of repeating my prior explanation word for word,... to keep and carry arms wherever they went...
Could you please explain @Pertinacious Tom
go ahead and make YOUR point here.
Lol … well look at you !No. Just because yet another attention whore started yet another gun thread doesn't mean I'm interested in making the same points over again in that new thread.
First off, you are not ignoring me very well.
Pertinacious Tom 43 minutes ago(Dogballs speaketh in reply) No.(to pusslicker, Tom has me on ignore) go ahead and make YOUR point here.
(2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to a temporary transfer of possession for the purpose of participating in target shooting in a licensed target facility or established range if—
“(A) the grandfathered semiautomatic assault weapon is, at all times, kept within the premises of the target facility or range; and
“(B) the transferee is not known to be prohibited from possessing or receiving a grandfathered semiautomatic assault weapon.
It's the weekend!Lol … well look at you !
Hook line and sinker
A berm behind it would be nice. I feel I'm missing something not knowing what a battlefield 22 is. Google isn't giving me much.Just for the record, I ESTABLISHED my target shooting range yesterday.
I had to get everything out of the way of the loader so the oak tree could be righted, so I put it back yesterday a bit better than before.
It's important to note that it's established because the ban on battlefield .22's that the President supports also requires a background check if I want to let another person shoot my battlefield .22. This requirement doesn't apply at an established range.
So we can let non-naughty people (this absolutely does NOT mean cannabis consumers) shoot battlefield .22's in our yard only if it's a licensed target facility or established range.
I don't have a license, but I definitely established a range.
They are a regular feature in Dogballs, Florida. Pretty specific so a general search doesn't help much.A berm behind it would be nice. I feel I'm missing something not knowing what a battlefield 22 is. Google isn't giving me much.
(...) I feel I'm missing something not knowing what a battlefield 22 is. Google isn't giving me much.
A berm behind it would be nice. I feel I'm missing something not knowing what a battlefield 22 is. Google isn't giving me much.
We firmly believe that weapons designed for war have no place on the streets of a civilized society.
Senator Feinstein, on the web page where she proposes banning battlefield .22's.
I know! We can allow printing presses but just make a law that only the government can own ink. No freedom of the press problem at all!How about limiting ammo? You can have as many guns as you want, but only 100 rounds of ammo of one specific size. (Or let's say 2 50 round alottments, one 50 rounds of 12 ga for your duck hunting, and one 50 round allotment of something else for targets, or deer, or neighborhood children....
By an Act passed April 4, 1786 (Laws 1786, c. 25), the New York Legislature directed: 'That every able-bodied Male Person, being a Citizen of this State, or of any of the United States, and residing in this State, (except such Persons as are herein after excepted) and who are of the Age of Sixteen, and under the Age of Forty-five Years, shall, by the Captain or commanding Officer of the Beat in which such Citizens shall reside, within four Months after the passing of this Act, be enrolled in the Company of such Beat. * * * That every Citizen so enrolled and notified, shall, within three Months thereafter, provide himself, at his own Expense, with a good Musket or Firelock, a sufficient Bayonet and Belt, a Pouch with a Box therein to contain not less than Twenty-four Cartridges suited to the Bore of his Musket or Firelock, each Cartridge containing a proper Quantity of Powder and Ball, two spare Flints, a Blanket and Knapsack; * * *.'
The General Assembly of Virginia, October, 1785 (12 Hening's Statutes c. 1, p. 9 et seq.), declared: 'The defense and safety of the commonwealth depend upon having its citizens properly armed and taught the knowledge of military duty.'
It further provided for organization and control of the Militia and directed that 'All free male persons between the ages of eighteen and fifty years,' with certain exceptions, 'shall be inrolled or formed into companies.' 'There shall be a private muster of every company once in two months.'
Also that 'Every officer and soldier shall appear at his respective muster-field on the day appointed, by eleven o'clock in the forenoon, armed, equipped, and accoutred, as follows: * * * every non-commissioned officer and private with a good, clean musket carrying an ounce ball, and three feet eight inches long in the barrel, with a good bayonet and iron ramrod well fitted thereto, a cartridge box properly made, to contain and secure twenty cartridges fitted to his musket, a good knapsack and canteen, and moreover, each non-commissioned officer and private shall have at every muster one pound of good powder, and four pounds of lead, including twenty blind cartridges; and each serjeant shall have a pair of moulds fit to cast balls for their respective companies, to be purchased by the commanding officer out of the monies arising on delinquencies. Provided, That the militia of the counties westward of the Blue Ridge, and the counties below adjoining thereto, shall not be obliged to be armed with muskets, but may have good rifles with proper accoutrements, in lieu thereof. And every of the said officers, non-commissioned officers, and privates, shall constantly keep the aforesaid arms, accoutrements, and ammunition, ready to be produced whenever called for by his commanding officer. If any private shall make it appear to the satisfaction of the court hereafter to be appointed for trying delinquencies under this act that he is so poor that he cannot purchase the arms herein required, such court shall cause them to be purchased out of the money arising from delinquents.'
I feel I'm missing something not knowing what a battlefield 22 is. Google isn't giving me much.
your dogballs are included which while I don't agree with since only professional hitmen tend to use them and not in the wifey rifle version it's what is on the table. Neither of my dogballs are affected so go pound sand.
Perhaps not, but educating grabbers about what they actually support is pretty entertaining, even if none of them can admit to being educated by me.Nothing recreational about the 2A
Lol …” common sense gun laws “Perhaps not, but educating grabbers about what they actually support is pretty entertaining, even if none of them can admit to being educated by me.