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Discussion in 'In the News' started by GlockGary, Oct 3, 2016.
Ouch! It might find gun smugglers. It also just casts unnecessary suspicion on anybody at the gun show who also crosses the border.
Coming to a gun store near you . . .
I wish I could say this shocks me, but it doesn't.
Unlocked article: http://www.wsj.com/articles/gun-sho...lates-come-under-scrutiny-1475451302?mod=e2tw
Edit 10: Never mind on twitter the link works but not when I copy it.
The government should be putting all gun owners under surveillance, I mean after all one of us is just going to lose it and hurt lot of people one day? /sarcasm
Rent a vehicle to drive to the gun show.
Borrow one from your Democrat neighbor.
Or avoid gun free zones.
The continual collection of massive amounts of data on citizens engaged in legal activities bodes well for future employment by the government.
Eventually everybody will be employed by the government collecting massive amounts of data on themselves.
I guess I'll be backing in to a parking space at the next gun show I attend.
You might be hampering a police investigation. Just saying.
I know that's a joke, but it's kind of sad joke, isn't it?
Those cars get targeted as having something to hide....
I do hope that is another joke. Don't rip away ALL of my trust in LE agencies.
parking backwards is a known common practice for LEOs, current/former military, and thieves. if a cop saw a car like that in a big gun show parking lot, he would probably assume it was a fellow cop or former military guy.
You left out UPS drivers. And Southern Company employees. And BellSouth employees.
Who do you think will be tasked to come by your house and take away your now illegal guns?
Engaging in a legal activity (parking backwards) that may be deemed illegal or at least suspicious by LE is indeed a sad joke. It's the constant expansion of this "small stuff" that continues the expansion of the disrespect toward LE by the citizenry.