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Injured vet’s guns stolen by D.C.

Discussion in 'The Constitutional & RKBA Forum' started by gvw3, May 14, 2012.

  1. gvw3

    gvw3 Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    tell me it aint so
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    This makes me sick to my stomach!!!:mad: We are hearing too many of these stories. Things have to change and get back to the real USA!!!
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    I'm so angry all I can see is red. What a travesty. Why is D.C. exempt from the constitution anyway? I thought Heller fixed all this.

    It would be a nice gesture if the manufacturers of this soldiers guns replaced them free of charge. I think they could afford it and believe their generosity would be appreciated by the shooting community at large and be rewarded by increased sales.
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    .... and that's supposed to be the "capitol" of this country ?
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    Apparently the minions infesting our nation's capitol don't read the Congressional Record ! Or do they deem themselves superior to the "law of the land" ? IMNSHO, this Marine was "in transit", hence not subject to D.C. ordinances provided he had met/exceeded federal laws for firearms transport !

    (And isn't Washington, D.C., "federal reservation" governed by Congress ? )
    IAC, seems like a very shabby way to treat a combat veteran ! >MW
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