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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    Should you be able to own a car if you are on trial for any issue involving a car?

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    Quote Originally Posted by free View Post
    Should you be able to own a car if you are on trial for any issue involving a car?
    Yes.
    Some people just plain suck.
    If you're gonna be dumb ya gotta be tough.

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    Quote Originally Posted by mpan72 View Post
    Yes.
    Then you have your answer.

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    Quote Originally Posted by free View Post
    Then you have your answer.
    I never asked a question you silly Canuck.
    Some people just plain suck.
    If you're gonna be dumb ya gotta be tough.

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    Quote Originally Posted by mpan72 View Post
    I never asked a question you silly Canuck
    I never claimed that you did (:

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    Quote Originally Posted by free View Post
    I never claimed that you did (:
    Cheese.
    Some people just plain suck.
    If you're gonna be dumb ya gotta be tough.

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    No. Guns are bad. Government knows best.
    I don't advocate for gun rights I advocate for people's rights.

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    Quote Originally Posted by mpan72 View Post
    I disagree with Marcus.
    I too disagree with Marcus and again agree with mpan72.
    I don't advocate for gun rights I advocate for people's rights.

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    How is this any different than being put on a no fly list with no judicial support or justification?

    You keep your rights until a judge says otherwise and with due cause and not just the whim of some bureacrat or snarky lawyer.
    "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable"

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    Default Re: Poll: Should a person be able to own a gun if they are the subject of a PFA?

    Quote Originally Posted by RenoV8 View Post
    How is this any different than being put on a no fly list with no judicial support or justification?

    You keep your rights until a judge says otherwise and with due cause and not just the whim of some bureacrat or snarky lawyer.
    Absolutely.

    Thankfully, I have no experience with the PFA process as I live a drama-free existance. It sounds like pretty standard procedure as a legal tool during a divorce.

    How often is a PFA a bargaining tactic when she wants the BMW free and clear?



    I'm more extreme than most of you with firearms rights. The only time you should lose them is while you are in prison after being found guilty of a crime. Other than that, I don't care who has what (even criminals). The right to a firearm should be not different than the right to any other small metal tool or device.
    Last edited by Jason O; September 13th, 2017 at 12:48 PM.

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