I'm Sure Everyone Knows This, But Here's a Reminder

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    If an under aged person buys alcohol we can arrest him too. Does that mean we shouldn't have laws against selling to minors?
     
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    What laws do you think we should have? Should child molestation be legal? What about getting drunk and driving the wrong way on an interstate? Selling meth at the junior high school? Which laws do you support, if any?
     
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    I’m still trying to figure out what they mean when they say “universal background checks “. Every libtard says they need them, but can’t say specifically what it is.
     
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    Well, molesting children has hundreds of laws making it illegal. It still happens.


    Getting drunk and driving down the interstate is illegal, it still happens and as a matter of fact, in this country out kills guns by a HUGE margin. But here it is still a huge ass problem.



    And the Meth at and. high schools. There are laws against this already as well. Very strict laws as a matter of fact covering everything from ciggrets to phentonol, yet here it is not make my a diffrence.



    I can support laws that are not redundant. Make one law and enforce that law agressivly and stop passing feel good bull shit because it’s your teams idea.
     
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    That's easy. If you sell a gun, you have to do a background check on the buyer. Yes, some will ignore the law. Most won't.
     
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    So you admit those laws do nothing to stop those things from happening. Do you support those laws? It's a yes/no question.
     
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    I know what point you are attempting to make but it’s shit. There are already laws on the books for those crimes and there are already laws on the books controlling guns. We do not need any more laws especially since the ones we have are not working.
     
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    Yes there are laws on the books preventing sales of alcohol to people that are not supposed to be able to buy alcohol. The seller is required to check to see if the buyer is allowed. We even do that with cigarettes, and lots of other things. There is no similar law for gun sales. You have to check someone's ID to sell them a pack of Marlborough s or a beer. otherwise the seller is in lots of trouble. No corresponding laws to sell them an AK47. You don't see that as kinda stupid?
     
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    More bull shit. Do you ever stop lying? There already background checks and
    no, there is no gun show loophole. I can privately sell alcohol and cigarettes to anyone without seeing an ID.
     
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    You really don't know what you are talking about. I can say I assume a 15 year old thug is a resident and can legally buy a gun. With no background checks there's no way to prove I'm lying.
    How to Sell a Gun in Texas (Private Sales) - Face to Face Transfer, and Other Options
    Face to Face - Personal Sale

    This is the most common transaction and by far the most profitable one to boot. In the state of Texas you do not have to transfer ownership of the firearm via a dealer, nor do you have to have the firearm re-registered as there is no such firearms registration in the state of Texas.

    Your only obligation is to reasonably assume that the purchaser is a Texas resident and legally able to own and possess the firearm. Often times people will request a Texas Drivers License to ensure they are a state resident, write a bill of sale, and sometimes take information from the purchaser. All of these are not required, but to some, are good practice to ensure you, as the seller, are performing your duty properly. Each seller's methods vary, and some buyers are defensive about providing personal info to strangers due to identity theft.

    Once the transaction is performed you are done. There's no paperwork, no phone calls, etc. to be made.

    Gun shows are good avenues for placing your guns in a buyer-rich environment. If you are unsure how to attract a buyer, I suggest a gun show.
     
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