tomneal wrote:For a long time I have prefered that the Feds keep their hands off of gun laws.
Even Pro Rights, gun laws.
jimlongley wrote:We shouldn't need a law to make "full faith and credit" apply.
KBCraig wrote:I strongly oppose this, just as I strongly opposed LEOSA (even though I personally benefit from it).
The answer isn't to keep adding federal laws. The answer is to start deleting vast portions of the U.S. Code. The 1986 machinegun ban should be first, since it was the first federal law to actually ban gun ownership by the populace at large. Then I'd go for NFA '34 and GCA '68, since all federal controls rely on those two acts.
Somewhere in the midst of this, people might rediscover that quaint thing known as the Constitution, and the inalienable rights it proposed to protect.
Baytown wrote:I have never understood why a DL from TX is honored in NY, but not a CHL.
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