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Old December 28, 2012, 08:30 AM   #233
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Unlike any other item of personal property "arms" are a protected item under the Bill of Rights. To my mind this means "arms" in common use must stay at a tax rate that allows the to continue to be in common use.. Also the fingerprinting, photographing and whatever else they may add places a undo burden on the right.

I am not a lawyer and I know I'm idealistic but this legislation is well beyond the bounds of sanity IMHO.
Molon Labe
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