New Zealand's Wacky PM bans sale of semi-automatic rifles, institutes mandatory buyback program

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    ---------------------------------------- COST doesn't matter as all they do is use Taxpayer money JAxle .
     
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    ---------------------------------------- because the AR is the NEAR Perfect effective and efficient weapon in fulfilling the Role of the Second Amendment here in the USA CNM .
     
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    Their Parliament has to approve, but it's guaranteed they will. Kind of like the Reichstag in the 30's.
     
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    I agree. If I could only keep one rifle it would be my Colt M4 carbine. It is light, handy, very accurate, easily scoped (or any other optic), modular, and very reliable. It has never failed me, and since I reload, I can maximize the effectiveness of the little 5.56 round for what I am doing.
     
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    ------------------------------------------ its very easy to change policies and then to Militarize the Police MudW.
     
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    Apparently New Zealand didn't think "thoughts and prayers" was an effective response
     
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    Your feelings and fears do not justify limiting the freedoms of others.
     
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    It is NOT common sense. It is a thought that comes from what is probably your ignorance of the issue.
     
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    i'm thinking that 'new zealanders' are 'subjects' or Peasant like and have No RIGHTS . Same as the English that are herded about by their Rulers . Same as 'medieval times' . The goal is to make sure that we Americans don't end up the same way. To me , i think i see the whole world dividing up between the Ruled , the Rulers and their 'kings or queens' taxpayer paid Enforcers . Sorry , i messed up but the above is in response to the last line in your post - 257 - Hun .
     
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    Nor did I ever say they did.
    More worried about his feelings of inadequacy and intimidation (either end of it) causing me to get shot.
     

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