Yep......the people who fear and hate guns keep telling us they don't want to ban and confiscate guns...that's just silly thinking on our part....sure, at the CNN townhall they all screamed it for the entire world to see...but no, we are just silly to think they want to ban all semi auto rifles .... And then you have this group on Oregon...see, they can't get Washington D.C. politicians to ban these rifles...so they are going to do it at the local level....and then get left wing social justice warrior judges to make it Constitutional.... Notice the wording here...any semi auto rifle that can take more than a 10 round magazine...which is all of them......and if you can ban semi auto rifles, you are going to come back for semi auto pistols..... Confiscation: Oregon Initiative Seeks To Ban Semiautomatic Rifles, Mandate Current Owners To Turn Them Over In Oregon, a new initiative from a religious group is taking it a step forward. They want to ban any semiautomatic rifle with a detachable magazine, and that can hold more than ten rounds. They also want current owners of these firearms, law-abiding Americans, to take them out of the state, register them, sell it to a FFL dealer, destroy it, or turn them over. That’s right, folks—full-blown gun confiscation. Right now, the anti-gun church group is collecting signatures. The hope is that they fall short (via KGW8): ===== Oh, and of course, the police and military are exempt. Even Oregon Democrats aren’t going near this because they know the political consequences, said state Rep. Bill Post. It captures what everyone on the conservative, gun rights-supporting side has always known about the gun control movement: their agenda is confiscation and the abolition of the Second Amendment. It’s why we can’t trust them—and never should. There are no good people of faith on this subject. Do I wish we could have a debate on gun politics? Yes—but not with insane people. Also, to the people in the video who support the “assault rifle” ban, they’re already banned. No new sales of automatic rifles post-1986 are permitted. Those who obtain an ATF tax stamp for weapons under the 1934 National Firearms Act, which includes automatic firearms, must go through a background check, have their weapon registered with the ATF, and pay the fee. The process could take up to a year or more, but, again, these transfers are only for weapons pre-1986.