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Old March 25, 2013, 03:46 PM   #2
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I don't see an exemption for the obvious every day sorts of things we gun owners do every day we use our guns socially...
I believe that's because those exemptions aren't there.

As drafted today, the bill basically makes it a crime to hand someone else a gun unless (a) you're inside the gun owner's home or curtilage, (b) you're lawfully hunting, (c) you're at an organized shooting range, (d) you're at a target shooting competition, or (e) the gun is being examined solely for potential purchase.

It's unbelievably draconian. I don't expect it to survive without being heavily amended. I'm cynical but not THAT cynical.
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