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THIS is why gun registration is bad.....

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Brian in Oregon, Sep 5, 2008.

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  1. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Well, please excuse me for making yet another political post. But this is why gun registration is bad. Look what the jackbooted thugs in Maryland are up to....<br>
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    Ammunition Purchase Prompts a Middle of the Night Visit from the Maryland State Police<br>
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    La Plata, Maryland A law abiding former D.C. police officer received an unwelcome middle of the night visit from 6 members of the Maryland State Police firearms enforcement team.<br>
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    On August 4, 2008, at approximately 12:30 AM, 6 fully armed state troopers, driving unmarked vehicles, clad in plain clothes and assault vests surrounded a home in La Plata as part of an MSP investigation that began with a legal ammunition purchase by a law-abiding citizen. It seems that the victim purchased and voluntarily registered handgun ammunition in a caliber that the Maryland State Police records did not show the citizen owned. The citizen was automatically "flagged" by "the system" for investigation as a possible "straw purchaser."<br>
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    The victim's wife allowed 4 troopers to enter the dwelling. While the 4 trooper questioned the subject of this investigation, the 2 remaining troopers prowled around the exterior of the dwelling shining flashlights into the basement windows. The victim's wife confined the family dog in a room, fearful that it would be shot as recently happened to the dogs owned by the Mayor of Berwyn Heights during a botched police raid. While the questioning was taking place, 2 of the 4 troopers wandered around the dwelling in a obvious effort to see something that might be deemed probable cause to search the entire dwelling.<br>
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    Intensive questioning of the homeowner occurred, and much of it involve questions regarding the firearms the victim owned, where and how the firearms were stored - all unrelated to the actual ammunition purchase. Unable to find any evidence of wrongdoing, the trooper who appeared to be in command apologized for harassing the gentleman and left. None of the state troopers involved identified themselves by name or left any tangible evidence of their visit.<br>
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    There is much more to this story. Full details regarding the actual event and the final outcome will be reported in the near future.<br>
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    If you have been contacted or "interviewed" by any police agency regarding an ammunition purchase, please send the details of you experience to lvp@associatedgunclubs.org.<br>
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    Note: There is no law in Maryland requiring the registration of ammunition purchases. We recommend that our readers never register their ammunition purchases. If the dealer insists, we suggest that you find another dealer. Also, keep in mind that paying by check or credit card is no different than signing an ammunition purchase log.
     
  2. ricks1

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    here is a note to the gun owners the form 4473 that you fill out is all BS that is to keep our ass out of jail [FFLs] anything that YOU put on there and NICS approve is YOUR ASS you can do anything with the gun in a sale [you should get their name --- but they can give any name] HERE IS A FACT if you vote for a DUMDOOCRAP you don't need to be on this site AND YOU should do the right thing TAKE THAT SHOTGUN AND BLOW YOUR HEAD OFF thankkk you verrrryy much
     
  3. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    A good case for rolling your own. They can't keep track of them. Every gun I buy I get the dies for that caliber also. Murray
     
  4. bill1949

    bill1949 Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like the way Nazi's and Commies used to enforce the "law". Bill
     
  5. Quack Shot

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    You should check the stats for the MSP's budget on Jack Boots! You could run a small country off that.
     
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