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JayC last won the day on November 29 2016

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  • Birthday 05/10/1975

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  1. Unconstitutional, see Minneapolis Star vs Minnesota, you can't have an additional tax on constitutionally protected rights. It's why the TN legislature got rid of the ammo tax, it was completely unconstitutional. I'm just waiting for some enterprising firearms group or FFL to come along and file suit on the TICS tax.
  2. See about turning the LLC you have now into a Series LLC and it will save you $600 per year for every LLC you make in TN moving forward.
  3. My point they are legally adults, and saying that "children" are now being killed at a higher rate via firearms, when you count 18 and 19 year old adults as "children" to pad the numbers is misleading at best. Also, you'll note the years they're quoting, which is right in the middle of the pandemic when travel was greatly reduced, and thus fewer vehicle wrecks, and thus fewer deaths. Frankly, I don't care what the death rate is for violent inner city gang members, the higher death rate they have, the less crime they're committing over the long run. And the less likely it is to impact me.
  4. This can be done today, without any changes to the law. Doctors aren't doing it.
  5. No it's still the case, unless you think 18 and 19 year olds are "kids". The devil is in the details, if you look closely at the research paper they're referring to you'll see they label "kids" as 0-19. And 80+% of those deaths are in the 15-19 age group.
  6. Until your Doctor determines your a danger because you don't want to get a vaccine for religious reasons. Red flag laws anyway you dress them up are going to get abused more than they are going to stop bad people. Our society is ill, in a number of different ways, new laws aren't going to fix that, taking away people's rights aren't going to fix that... Changing society one person at a time is the only way to fix it long term. BUT, locking up criminals, and placing people who are a danger to themselves and others in mental institutions - neither of which require any laws to be changed - would probably go a long way to making the streets safe for regular people again. Oh yeah, and maybe looking for links between 'mental health drugs' and these shooting, might be an interesting study.
  7. No video, so it's impossible to tell with this limited information. But, without glasses I'm as blind as a bat. If I was attacked, and they disabled my ability to see/defend myself, and knocked to the ground I'd probably be in reasonable fear of my life. As others have said, point out witnesses, and evidence, then tell the police you'd like your attorney present before you make a statement.
  8. I'm not aware of any dealer that won't accept cash now that I've said that, they'll be some examples I'm unaware of.
  9. I'll just point out it's been reported that Bank's are already able to and have compiled lists of gun purchasers for the Government, and handed those lists over to the FBI without a warrant or request. https://www.carolinajournal.com/opinion/outrageous-story-of-the-week-whistleblower-says-bank-of-america-gave-customer-gun-data-to-fbi/ It's NOT a theory that these changes will be used as a form of backdoor gun registry, here is an example of where it was used as one already.
  10. Cash is king, I've only been making firearm purchases via cash since 2008.
  11. And they have never been challenged before SCOTUS. They are blatantly unconstitutional and every city/state that has sued over them settles by writing a check. Somebody with a very large check book has to file suit, and stick with it to get things like this ruling to become the law of the land. And you'll note this was a STATE level group (helped by the GOA), you know who you NEVER see helping back one of these lawsuits? The NRA - and yes the NRA filed a brief AFTER SCOTUS took the case so they could claim this was an NRA victory. For crying out loud John Cornyn is still listed on the NRA website with an A+ rating - https://www.nrapvf.org/campaigns/2014/vote-cornyn/
  12. They're counting homemade AND guns recovered where the serial number was removed. The VAST majority are guns recovered where the serial number has been removed.
  13. I know I'm late to the party but, Branca fails to look at any Texas case law. There are a number of cases where the cover attached porch of a house has been considered the home for purposes of the Felony Burglary statue in TX. Carruth was committing a force-able felon under TX law when he removed Reed from his 'home'. As such the chance Reed was ever going to get charged was slim to none, because there was already case law on point in TX that the porch was part of the home, and removing somebody from their home was a forcible felony, which basically provides self defense protections under TX law. Under TX law this would be no different than a kidnap victim killing somebody removing them from their house against their will, fear of serious bodily injury or death is presumed under TX law. Carruth had a long criminal record, including a long prison sentence, which probably didn't encourage any prosecutor for wanting to go to bat on this shooting.
  14. I suspect much like the bump stock ban, the 6th and other rational district(s) will block this from taking effect. It clearly has no basis in the law.
  15. Sorry, I didn't quote both of his responses, in the second response he clearly indicated he had an enhanced permit. So he's always been able to carry both openly and concealed with that permit.


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