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Gun control failure - again #7361408
09/22/21 01:25 AM
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Cragar Offline OP
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One stolen gun tracked to 27 shootings 6:13



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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7361411
09/22/21 01:36 AM
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Oregon fixed this exact problem. If your gun is stolen, you are responsible for the crimes committed with it. Not the thief or the killer, you. Unless it is a protection weapon in your immediate area(within reach) or a hunting weapon being actively used at the time, your guns have to be locked up. Yup, locked up while in your locked house or locked up even while you are home.



Owl


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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7361735
09/22/21 01:40 PM
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Anything but holding a criminal responsible! mad


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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: SpottedOwl] #7361743
09/22/21 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by SpottedOwl
Oregon fixed this exact problem. If your gun is stolen, you are responsible for the crimes committed with it. Not the thief or the killer, you. Unless it is a protection weapon in your immediate area(within reach) or a hunting weapon being actively used at the time, your guns have to be locked up. Yup, locked up while in your locked house or locked up even while you are home.



Owl

How can they prove it is your gun?

Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7361799
09/22/21 03:27 PM
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That's why they want to register them.


Every kid needs a Dog and a Curmudgeon.

Remember Bowe Bergdahl, the traitor.

Beware! Jill Pudlewski, Ron Oates and Keven Begesse are liars and thiefs!
Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7361804
09/22/21 03:32 PM
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Sharon Online content
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UGH....sorry I looked into this thread....that face in the video....


What the heck is THAT ???


Almost reached for my .45

Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Sharon] #7361813
09/22/21 03:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Sharon
UGH....sorry I looked into this thread....that face in the video....


What the heck is THAT ???


Almost reached for my .45


Just don't say Betelgeuse 3 times and it will stay where it is
grin


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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7361825
09/22/21 03:58 PM
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grin I will do just so, Michael !

Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Diggerman] #7361855
09/22/21 04:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Diggerman
Originally Posted by SpottedOwl
Oregon fixed this exact problem. If your gun is stolen, you are responsible for the crimes committed with it. Not the thief or the killer, you. Unless it is a protection weapon in your immediate area(within reach) or a hunting weapon being actively used at the time, your guns have to be locked up. Yup, locked up while in your locked house or locked up even while you are home.



Owl

How can they prove it is your gun?
easy your gun is stolen u give the police SN# u go to prison, if you have gun stolen best not talk to the poo poo!!


oneuglyduck
Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: SpottedOwl] #7361954
09/22/21 06:45 PM
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Originally Posted by SpottedOwl
Oregon fixed this exact problem. If your gun is stolen, you are responsible for the crimes committed with it. Not the thief or the killer, you. Unless it is a protection weapon in your immediate area(within reach) or a hunting weapon being actively used at the time, your guns have to be locked up. Yup, locked up while in your locked house or locked up even while you are home.



Owl

Are you freaking kidding me? Your a fool if you agree with or are ok with that. By all means punish the good guys NOT THE CRIMINAL WHO STOLE THE GUN!!!! Unbelievable how dumb some people are

Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7361980
09/22/21 07:00 PM
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Sounds like Oregon gun laws are stupid, and the people who support them.


When life gets me down..... you know hunting/trapping season is closed.
Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7362013
09/22/21 07:48 PM
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See how itís working in Australia now for the people there, never give them up.


Was born in a Big City Will die in the Country OK with that!

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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Sharon] #7362022
09/22/21 07:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Sharon
UGH....sorry I looked into this thread....that face in the video....


What the heck is THAT ???


Almost reached for my .45


Beetle Juice....Female style, I think.


Getting old is a fatal mistake

Always looking for reloading componets

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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7362025
09/22/21 08:00 PM
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If I ever had a reason NOT to move to Oregon now I do.


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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7362035
09/22/21 08:17 PM
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The ATF can narrow it down to who owns what gun if it was purchased through an FFL holder. They don't need to register them.

Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Rat Masterson] #7362037
09/22/21 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Rat Masterson
The ATF can narrow it down to who owns what gun if it was purchased through an FFL holder. They don't need to register them.


Thats just who purchased it, not who owns it.

Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7362082
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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: SGT. C] #7362090
09/22/21 09:26 PM
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Originally Posted by SGT. C
Originally Posted by Sharon
UGH....sorry I looked into this thread....that face in the video....


What the heck is THAT ???


Almost reached for my .45


Beetle Juice....Female style, I think.






I guess so ! Though I've never seen the movie, just recognize the title. So glad when I open this thread it takes me right to the newest poster, NOT back up to the top !

Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: k snow] #7362203
09/22/21 11:43 PM
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Originally Posted by k snow
Originally Posted by Rat Masterson
The ATF can narrow it down to who owns what gun if it was purchased through an FFL holder. They don't need to register them.


Thats just who purchased it, not who owns it.


Some more Oregon greatness. Unless gifting to a "close" family member, all transfers are to be done through an FFL. Even to temporarily loan a hunting buddy a rifle cause something happened to theirs, then FFL transfer back into your possession. All firearm transactions are documented in this state. If they track it to you and you donít have it, you best have a silver tongue to get out of that mess.

All of this done without public involvement or witness as required per the state constitution and with an emergency clause in the legislation so it doesnít go to a vote of the citizenry. Not a vote with out a 1.5 - 3 years long process to get on the ballot.



Owl


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Re: Gun control failure - again [Re: Cragar] #7362235
09/23/21 12:57 AM
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We should all be glad gun control fails.

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