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LogGrad98

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AR-15s are hunting weapons for many people. So it would impact those. It's not a preferable deer hunting rifle, but I've known people who use them for coyote hunting and varmint hunting.

There are already minimums on barrel length of a rifle.

I think overall minimum length, semi-automatic, detachable magazine would be a place to start as far as regulating current AR-15 and similar weapons, but then a day later there is a model that meets the min length, has a large internal magazine, and wouldn't you know it the gun industry has designed a weapon that doesn't classify as semi-automatic yet can be fired almost as fast.

Look to the last AWB and the way the industry and customers found ways around the regulations.

Let's keep in mind these are semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines that are relatively short.

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The one on the bottom shoots .22 cal rounds that are on the very low end as far as "power" is concerned, even compared to moat handguns. There is almost no way you could ban AR-15s and not ban that Ruger 10/22.
I have a similar one in 220 swift for coyote, rabbit, general varmint shooting at distance. And it's hella fun to take plinking.
 


fishonjazz

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What would you base an AR-15 ban on? Just the name? Functional capability? Appearance? By model number?

When they release the all new RA-51 the day after the ban that slips through the new regulations while doing pretty much the same thing how do you stop it?

Mostly appearance. If it looks like a gun that would be popular in the call of duty games then lets try to keep then out of the general publics hands


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fishonjazz

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AR-15s are hunting weapons for many people. So it would impact those. It's not a preferable deer hunting rifle, but I've known people who use them for coyote hunting and varmint hunting.

There are already minimums on barrel length of a rifle.

I think overall minimum length, semi-automatic, detachable magazine would be a place to start as far as regulating current AR-15 and similar weapons, but then a day later there is a model that meets the min length, has a large internal magazine, and wouldn't you know it the gun industry has designed a weapon that doesn't classify as semi-automatic yet can be fired almost as fast.

Look to the last AWB and the way the industry and customers found ways around the regulations.

Let's keep in mind these are semi-automatic rifles with detachable magazines that are relatively short.

rsranch_071807b.jpg


Rugar-10-22-featured-photo.jpg


The one on the bottom shoots .22 cal rounds that are on the very low end as far as "power" is concerned, even compared to moat handguns. There is almost no way you could ban AR-15s and not ban that Ruger 10/22.

Those guns dont look like they would be popular in call of duty games so they are ok.


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Steph starts game one 4-5 for 14 pts, five minutes left in the first quarter. Legend.
 


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