Massachusetts Bill HD 4420 would mandate magazine registration

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Massachusetts Bill HD 4420 would mandate magazine registration

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Proposed bill mandates registration of all magazine. Crazy to say the least, but then again many anti-gunners fit that category. It also appears the bill requires all firearms to be registered. I can't imagine this passing the Bruen smell test.

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magazines are not serialized...oooops that will be in there
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See, they don't care if it eventually gets struck down. The projection of power over the lives of the serfs, oops I mean citizens of Massachusetts and the money that will be spent by pro 2A groups to fight it is all that matters to them. They did "something" to stop gun violence...because the last 5000 stupid laws they passed are all ignored by criminals.

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Did it include clips, I can’t imagine it doesn’t include clips?

Arnt they just as dangerous in their eyes?
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philip964 wrote: Wed Aug 30, 2023 8:13 pm Did it include clips, I can’t imagine it doesn’t include clips?

Arnt they just as dangerous in their eyes?
My question, as well. I don't subscribe to any print magazines any longer. The ones I do subscribe to are all online. I wonder if online magazines are included? And why would my subscription to Food & Wine need to be registered?

Why don't they go after those automatic gun clips instead? Those are dangerous. You know, the high caliber clips that turn a pistol into a machine gun rifle that uses really big bullets. Guns so heavy that Sheila Jackson Lee can't even pick one up.
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Rafe wrote: Thu Aug 31, 2023 12:45 pm
philip964 wrote: Wed Aug 30, 2023 8:13 pm Did it include clips, I can’t imagine it doesn’t include clips?

Arnt they just as dangerous in their eyes?
My question, as well. I don't subscribe to any print magazines any longer. The ones I do subscribe to are all online. I wonder if online magazines are included? And why would my subscription to Food & Wine need to be registered?

Why don't they go after those automatic gun clips instead? Those are dangerous. You know, the high caliber clips that turn a pistol into a machine gun rifle that uses really big bullets. Guns so heavy that Sheila Jackson Lee can't even pick one up.
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oh crap my brain and life and texas highways would have to be registered... :biggrinjester:
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