Friday, January 23, 2009

Every Gun You Own Will Become Contraband

Yep, you read it right. There is currently a bill introduced in this session (111th) of Congress that calls for mandatory testing of gun owners, plus a tax, a biometric capable photo of yourself, and fingerprints. And if you can't pass the written test or provide anything else asked for guess what? "Every gun you own will become contraband and subject to confiscation, while you stand trial before imprisonment."

Don't believe me read the bill just click the link, select "Bill Number" and enter "HR 45" HR 45

For originating article go here.

Also for those interested, a list of proposed ban's by the anti's for the current year here.

'For the children...'

Once more, we hear the minions of gun control starting their high pitched trills. Obama is using the same old tired phrases, "common sense gun laws", "making guns in this country childproof", nauseum.

Well I am tired of it, and so are many others. There are currently +20,000 gun laws on the books as of right now, today, at this very hour, at the exact moment you are reading this. We do need any more. How about distilling them into about a dozen or so: No violent criminals may own, possess, attempt to own, attempt to possess, etc... I think we can make that possible with half a dozen to a dozen laws.

Just check out the links embedded in title and in article for more info.

Some of My Favorites...More to Come as Time Allows

Gratuitous Gun Porn

Colt 1911 John Browning’s original design. Untampered with.

Winchester Model 90

Ruger Blackhawk
Make mine a .41 magnum.

The M1 Garand. A true fighting rifle design.

S&W Model 21, .44 Special

The Ruger 10/22. Fix it up just about any way you
want. Keep an eye out. I may post about my custom
10/22 rebuild in the future.

Nearly $1 Trillion Dollars and Cannot Guarantee a Single Job Created!

Quote for the Day

"Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters." -- Daniel Webster