Guns were probably stolen anyways. Essentially the city becomes a better-value pawn shop.
Of course not.
There's never a drop in violence or crime.
The violent criminals aren't giving their guns away.
What authority would the government have, under the Constitution, if it wasn't actually for political grandstanding, which it is?
Ya see, the police, those who have to actually deal with the inevitable outcome of the gunshow loophole and out-of-state guns flooding into densely populate areas... They support it. The big city police, mayors, etc, support stricter enforcement of gun regs.
So, unless you have something, some relevant knowledge and/or experience the make your opinion on gun control issues in Los Angeles valid; unless you're a resident here in L.A. and really understand the nature of the problem in big (real) cities, I suggest you worry about gun control in your state and we'll continue to fingerprint everyone who buys ammo in California.
I guess only a Commiefornia resident would support submitting fingers to exercise constitutional rights.we'll continue to fingerprint everyone who buys ammo in California.
Last edited by jamesrage; 05-10-10 at 08:01 PM.
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