Fifteen clueless women in the State Legislature of Georgia think it’s a great idea to take guns away from people proving they know nothing about why we have a Second amendment. Maybe they should look at what’s happening in Europe. The people in Europe find it nearly impossible to acquire a gun because of the very strict laws on the books. Now they’re screwed because they’ve been given pepper spray and other things to fight off the violent Muslim invaders who’ve come to town.
Georgia lawmakers have put forth several gun control bills this year, including a measure that would call on law enforcement to seize and destroy what the proposal deems “assault weapons” from gun owners.
A major purpose of HB 731 is “to designate certain weaponry and ammunition as contraband and to require seizure of such by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.”
The measure requires “assault weapons” and “high caliber weapons” not turned in by owners to be seized by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
Under the bill, “Any selective fire firearm capable of fully automatic, semiautomatic, or burst fire at the option of the user” would be banned.
“I’m not wedded to the specific principle of confiscating guns,” bill sponsor state Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver (D-Decatur) told WXIA-TV. “I am open to an honest discussion – if I’m allowed to have an honest discussion – if there’s a better way.”
A semiautomatic center-fire rifle that has an ability to accept a detachable magazine and has a folding or telescoping stock or a pistol grip would fall under the definition of “assault weapon” under the proposal.
It also would ban a semiautomatic rifle or pistol with a fixed magazine capable of holding more than 10 rounds.
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Why ban a type of firearm that has killed less people than hammers?
While the mainstream media would like you to believe these so-called assault rifles are somehow responsible for killing millions of people, the truth is, more people are killed by blunt objects every year than are killed by all types of rifles combined. According to the F.B.I.’s own statistics, you are more likely to be killed by someone’s “hands or feet” than you are to be killed by an AR15 — or all rifles combined for that matter.
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