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Old 01-06-2022, 09:33   #1516
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I guess I read it differently. I presumed that the FFL would now have to give (provide) each buyer with a lock box/safe, which in turn would add another expense to the FFL holder.
I didn't look at it in the capitalist viewpoint .
But then if the buyer has to buy said lock box then there is more expense for the buyer. All in all just more b.s. to jack with honest people for exercising their constitutional rights.
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Old 01-06-2022, 11:55   #1517
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I haven’t bought a new gun in the last twenty years that didn’t come with cable lock from the manufacturer thrown in the box.

I just bought a new shotgun from Cabela’s and came with a wonky little red metal/plastic trigger lock with two holes and a metal two pronged disk to remove it when I got home. Also included was a small pamphlet to address locking up your firearm and keeping it safe from children.

Best way I know to keep children safe from guns is to give them one when they are young and teach them firearm safety.

Don’t know why the DOJ needs to be involved but I’m sure the law making side of the CDC isn’t far behind.
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Old 01-06-2022, 14:01   #1518
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I haven’t bought a new gun in the last twenty years that didn’t come with cable lock from the manufacturer thrown in the box.

I just bought a new shotgun from Cabela’s and came with a wonky little red metal/plastic trigger lock with two holes and a metal two pronged disk to remove it when I got home. Also included was a small pamphlet to address locking up your firearm and keeping it safe from children.

Best way I know to keep children safe from guns is to give them one when they are young and teach them firearm safety.

Don’t know why the DOJ needs to be involved but I’m sure the law making side of the CDC isn’t far behind.
Brother, the government *always* knows better than you pesky ignorant parents about raising your kids and teaching them about gun safety….
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Old 01-09-2022, 18:16   #1519
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I haven’t bought a new gun in the last twenty years that didn’t come with cable lock from the manufacturer thrown in the box.
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Best way I know to keep children safe from guns is to give them one when they are young and teach them firearm safety.

Don’t know why the DOJ needs to be involved but I’m sure the law making side of the CDC isn’t far behind.
I agree. It is MY responsibility to train all the grandchildren in firearms safety.

CDC was a great organization until about 20 years ago. They need to be dissolved or otherwise done away with now.
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Old 01-09-2022, 19:14   #1520
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I agree. It is MY responsibility to train all the grandchildren in firearms safety.

CDC was a great organization until about 20 years ago. They need to be dissolved or otherwise done away with now.
I recall the Clintonistas had commissioned a study for the CDC to "prove" that violent crime went down during the 10 years of the AWB. Except it didn't - oops. IIRC it took a FOIA request to get the inconveniently embarrasing study out into the public. Yessir, compromised for quite awhile.
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Old 01-10-2022, 12:28   #1521
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Old 01-11-2022, 06:19   #1522
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Jan 10 2022 Petition DENIED.
Is that the function of a single reviewing justice who "covers" that jurisdiction? Do they indicate a rationale when they do that?
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Old 01-12-2022, 08:21   #1523
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Is that the function of a single reviewing justice who "covers" that jurisdiction? Do they indicate a rationale when they do that?
No to both questions!



Don't think, and attorney's believe this case still in play. Sorta, stand by for news.
So most likely reasoning.

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