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Old March 23, 2002, 08:12 AM   #2
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I'm not Old I'm experienced!

This question can not be answered any more then "when did owning a firearm become a bad thing?" You can't set a specific date as the perception of firearms has changed gradually during the last century.

John Ross probably captured this best in his book "Unintended Consequences". If you haven't read it I suggest you (and every other person who cares about their firearms) do.
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