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Discussion in 'Georgia In the News' started by Bkite, May 7, 2017.
That is just extrapolating from my groups owever.
DC's #'s are calling the rankings into question for me. Most restrictive gun laws anywhere for decades and they're #2? Wyoming has almost 200/person?
The list they use is ATF's registered firearm/other category which is decidedly not accurate. No pistols and only these were included:
short-barreled rifles and shotguns,
destructive devices like bombs and grenades
concealable devices with the ability to discharge a shot through the energy of an explosive
any firearm with a bore over half an inch that has not been determined to have a legitimate sporting use.
Figured Georgia"s would be higher.
That was listed here a or year ago, and supposedly lists NFA items only. With the number is private security companies in DC, I'm not surprised for it to be that high.
Yes, people tell the truth on the census. What about every Title 1 firearm sold since whenever? The NFRTR excludes a lot more than just handguns. Completely useless piece of tripe.
All hail the eternal Judge of tripe. Behold him in his glory.
I hate tripe. My grandmother used to make this thing (I won't call it food) called quarumi. It was one of only two dishes I ever gagged on in my entire life. The other was when my ex mistakenly baked a corn beef. Even the dog spat it out.
My mother fried it. Can't say I didn't like it although its not something I go out and buy now. Our's was one of those households where you ate what was put down.
Did she try to make it with corn? "Corned beef" and "corn beef" can result in two Wildly different recipes.
Corned beef. You don't bake corned beef unless you really, really like eating a salt lick.