Will the government take Jon Hammers gun

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    Considering Jon Hammer was diagnosed with PTSD, if he's lucky enough to get his grandfathers shotgun back from Mexico, how long do you figure it will take for the ATF to show up to his door to take it away from him again?
     
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QENatu-t8y0]JAN HAMMER - Rain--The Talk - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    Considering conservatives got zero partisan traction with f ‘n’ f and Benghazi, how long with it take for them to run this into the ground, give up, and move on to some other inane conspiracy?
     
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    Quit being an ass, address the post or move along. You commies are always trying to deflect and change the subject, do it elsewhere.
     
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    Since he hasn't been declared mental by a judge never.
     
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    I see you don't know the federal policy, PTSD is considered a mental illness which disqualifies you form owning a gun. Here a link to what happened to an Arkansas Vet.
    Larry Pratt -- You Have to Be Nuts to See a Shrink He never was adjudicated incompetent by a judge either.
     
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    No it does not automatically disqualify you. We have enough misinformation flying around here already.
     
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    Did you bother to read the link? It does automatically disqualify a person with PTSD, there is an appeal process after the fact. The Vet in Arkansas pawned his gun, went to get it for hunting and was told he couldn't have it back. There was no prior notification.
     

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