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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    Look at the percentage of people who believe things that simply defy physics and logic. That will never change. The existence of the internet gives opportunity to learn accurate true facts instantly. Instead, it is loaded with so much BS, that opportunity is degraded.

    People who know nothing about guns are like people who know nothing about photography. If a certain model of camera was vilified as the most-used in child porn and declared illegal, a large percentage of non-photographers would likely think it good law.

    "Leaders" are pushing laws in irresponsible manner. They skip the part where they learn about the subject first. We need law that requires law-makers to show their research and justify their conclusions before allowing the vote and signing to proceed.
    Legislating to prevent people's acts is fantasy

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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    Serial # considerations:

    *1776
    *2A
    *FU
    *2AFU1776
    So what's to stop EVERYBODY from registering exactly the same serial number? How funny would that be? Talk about a way to fuck up a database.

    -Zach

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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    Quote Originally Posted by Jhaydeno View Post
    Further, what happens to all those early 1900's .22's without serial numbers? I guess the idea is to really keep kids from learning to enjoy the sport.
    There is an exemption in the bill for firearms made without serial numbers that were manufactured before 1968.

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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    I haven't read it, nor will I, but perhaps you can add a SN to existing "ghost guns" in order to register them - for future confiscation?

    Sounds like they are mostly concerned with being able to trace all guns. (which is the entire point of 80% guns)
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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    The gov will not:

    Stop rioting

    Stop looting

    Stop the burning of businesses

    Stop the toppling of statues

    Stop people in the CHOP zone handing out guns from the trunk of their car to strangers (likely felons)

    They will not do any of that, but are going to come after you for a gun from the 1800's with no serial number.

    It is past time to stop listening to these edicts which punish the law abiding yet allow Insurrectiomists to continue their work unimpeded.

    Fuck them. I am done.

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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    Shrug. I see the courts slapping this down quickly.

    https://www.nraila.org/articles/2020...firearms-today

    I see a lawsuit in the future.
    "Cives Arma Ferant"

    "I know I'm not James Bond, that's why I don't keep a loaded gun under the pillow, or bang Russian spies on a regular basis." - GunLawyer001

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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island


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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    Quote Originally Posted by PAMedic=F|A= View Post
    Shrug. I see the courts slapping this down quickly.

    https://www.nraila.org/articles/2020...firearms-today

    I see a lawsuit in the future.
    With the same results we usually get. Either the courts find in constitutional. Or they find it unconstitutional with the other side filing an appeal and filing a stay on the law until the appeal is decided. Or have any favorable ruling flipped on an En Banc ruling.

    With Roberts on the supreme court who is supposed to be pro second amendment good luck if it goes that high and we have the same set up on that court.

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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    Quote Originally Posted by zachomega View Post
    PROVIDENCE, RI * Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo signed a bill into law Tuesday banning untraceable "ghost guns" in the state. A national gun safety organization praised the law, calling it s step forward for the state.

    "Ghost guns" lack serial numbers, and are often undetectable by metal detectors because they are 3D printed.

    "Today marks a meaningful step forward in our fight to end gun violence in Rhode Island," Raimondo said. "We know that untraceable guns put our community at risk. I'm proud to sign this legislation to help ensure that every gun in our state is registered, traceable, and in the hands of someone who is fit to carry the responsibility of owning a firearm."

    Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, the co-founder of the Giffords gun violence prevention organization, praised the law. Earlier this year, she met with Raimondo and other state leaders in a round table to discuss solutions to gun violence in the state.

    "Governor Raimondo stood up to the gun lobby and put the safety of Rhode Islanders first," Giffords said. "Ghost guns are being used more and more by people who could never pass a background check. She's fixing that, and signing this legislation is a bold step that will better protect communities throughout Rhode Island. Giffords is proud to stand with Gov. Raimondo as she demonstrates the courage needed to end gun violence."

    The new law makes it illegal to create, own, sell or buy ghost guns, which includes firearms without serial numbers and any that is made from fiberglass or plastic using a 3D printer. Penalties include up to 10 years in prison and $10,000 in fines. The law goes into effect 30 days from Tuesday.

    "Ghost guns, 3-D printed guns and undetectable plastic guns can easily facilitate criminal activity because they totally bypass the safeguards that protect the public," Said Sen. Cynthia Coyne, one of the legislation's sponsors. "Our state laws should be very clear that possessing, creating or selling them is a criminal act, and we should be doing everything we can to keep these dangerous weapons from proliferating here."*

    Attorney General Peter Neronha, the Rhode Island State Police, the Rhode Island Police Chiefs Association, the Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence and Rhode Island Moms Demand Action all voiced their support for the legislation.
    ironically that statement about them being printed is incorrect the majority are not printed they are injection molded by a company. These idiots are back at it again speaking on shit they have zero understanding of. Granted you can print a gun but the reality of it is your going to do a shit ton of work to make it operate and then you hope you printed with the right number of walls and layer heights with a proper material for it to hold up.

    I hate these idiots they have no idea what they are talking about.

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    Default Re: 80% gets you 10 years in Rhode Island

    Quote Originally Posted by ShooterInPA1 View Post
    The gov will not:

    Stop rioting

    Stop looting

    Stop the burning of businesses

    Stop the toppling of statues

    Stop people in the CHOP zone handing out guns from the trunk of their car to strangers (likely felons)

    They will not do any of that, but are going to come after you for a gun from the 1800's with no serial number.

    It is past time to stop listening to these edicts which punish the law abiding yet allow Insurrectiomists to continue their work unimpeded.

    Fuck them. I am done.
    you just inspired me to buy another pistol lower

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