Recent content by Warm_Garand

  1. Gun storage

    OK. And a concise recitation of his legal options was out of the question....why? Answer: because people who spend all day shitposting to the fruitless ghost town that is NES already know the answer and in the absence of any actual dynamism on the site want to entertain themselves somehow...
  2. Gun storage

    Maybe. But even if so--what difference does it make? Information is information, and nothing is being accomplished by shitposting except create a toxic social environment.
  3. Gun storage

    Good for you, Whacko. You actually posted actionable data. As opposed to most people--who basically went out of their way to shitpost and waste bandwidth.
  4. Gun storage

    There are places that warehouse firearms for a fee--but they are expensive. Probably more expensive then you are willing to pay, but give Mark a call. https://www.consolidatedfirearmservices.com/bonded-storage/ The problem is, if you surrender your firearms to an FFL in MA you will not be...
  5. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    Are there any MA attorneys who are interested in 2A political activism, or are they only in it for the paycheck? If there were say 75 people who were willing to face arrest for staging a political protest, could they count on someone to represent them? Not some assclown in a bad suit--someone...
  6. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    Recklessly making criminals out of honest men is the hallmark of bad government--but in this case I suspect that is not a bug, it is a feature.
  7. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    Basically what is underpinning your position is the acceptance of Majoritarianism. Majoritarianism is incompatible with the notion of inalienable rights. The real problem in MA is cowardice and apathy. OK then. I will not stand up to defend those who will not defend themselves. I'd say that...
  8. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    That is a tactical decision on the part of the power elite. They have the legal mechanism in place to arrest, convict, and incarcerate pretty much every gun-owner in their state--all they have to do is want to. And gun owners will live in fear of being "noticed" by the state, even in the act...
  9. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    By "not complying" you mean they quietly decided to become criminals, right? Do you consider that a win? All it did was prevented them from fighting--the state's victory is hardening like cement all around them. I would describe a "win" as remaining law-abiding citizens with their...
  10. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    OK. I certainly hope you are right. I will not be at all surprised if you are not, though. I'm recalling the subtle boiling-the-frog assertions which were being made the year before Maura Healey sprung her novel interpretation of the MA "Assault Weapons Ban" on us. In the year leading up to...
  11. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    Then the people in this state don't "deserve" to be "allowed" to own guns. f*** them--and a pox on their houses. If the Anti's are moving to pass the magazine-loading restriction that I THINK they are trying to pass, and you can't get 10,000 people to care enough to show up to a protest...
  12. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    I don't think you get the language they are using, or the way that "provided" (and the prohibition following it) can be interpreted. If they had ONLY wanted to limit what they perceive to be the "danger" of "high capacity magazines" during the narrow circumstance of transport, then why would...
  13. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    I think you are assuming that silent non-compliance (read: becoming a criminal) is your only option because nobody is offering you a plan of resistance. GOAL is not in the business of offering you that plan of resistance. Someone needs to think up that plan of resistance, and leadership needs...
  14. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    OK. There is the answer--there is a Bloombergian full-court press for gun control going on now, and apparently things are in motion here in MA as well. I guess everybody needs to polish their shoes and talk in reasonable tones, or something--unless someone has a better idea? Open carry was...
  15. Bill H.2095 An Act to close the large capacity magazine loophole

    No--the text reads: A person who has declared mags can have them 1/2/3/4/5 PROVIDED that the mags are only loaded with ten rounds. You are allowed to possess a registered mag in the following circumstances (in your home/at a shooting range/etc.) PROVIDED that the mags are not loaded to full...
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