Feinstein's attempt to ban over 150 types of semi-auto is so outrageously over the top that it has little chance of passing in the Senate, much less the House. I'm always's suspicious of things that are huge stories on the MSM. It most always is a coverup ment to distract you from an even bigger story that they'd rather you not be aware of. (Like Bengazi maybe?) I know, some of you are going to say I've wandered back down that conspiracy trail again. To be honest? I've wandered so far down the rabbit hole that there is no turning back.
I figure what Feinstein and the gun grabbers really want is to see is an eventual compromise of some sort. They get... say... half of what they are looking to do. A tactical move on their part. If they can get even some of what they want, then they have won. They want a national registry so bad they can almost smell the gun powder. What gun powder is that? That would be the tracking and sales limits of our ammunition. They also want to put online ammo sites out of business. They want it all, of course, but will settle for any concessions made, as that means they have their foot in the proverbial door. Once firmly planted there, they can move on to the next item on their agenda. They want our guns folks. That's the bottom line.
We cannot let this happen, we can't afford to give an inch, because as we know you give them an inch and they will take a mile. I personally don't think this particular bill has a chance in hell of passing as it stands. I think they know that. They are looking for that foothold that will allow them to crawl right up into our personal space.
Have a look at "The List" My old Marlin 22 rifle is on that list. I'm betting those of you who own guns will find them on this list as well. My grandaddy gave me that gun and I'm damn sure going to keep it.
Hey.... I'm just sayin' ...