Taking a cue from ATF, CSGV now has coined a new expression for the multiple long gun report requirement:

This creates the idea of crates upon crates of machine guns being dropped in elementary schools during recess so youngings can shoot each other over marbles and which Transformer is the coolest. The DOJ language is a bit more simple and equally stupid:

two or more semiautomatic rifles greater than .22 caliber with detachable magazines

Behold the most dangerous assault weapon in our country! The Ruger 10-22!

About the only bulk here is the BS coming out Ladd Everitt.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “CSGV: We make it up as we go.”
  1. Well, realistically, if you were to take a 10-22, reconfigure it with a pistol-grip stock, put a flash suppressor on the end, and retain the removable magazine, I think it would fall afoul of the “assault weapon” ban in every state that still has one (or at least Kalifornistan’s).

    Of course, that still does not make the CSGV’s claims accurate – there is no shortage of magazine-fed semi-automatic rifles which would be subject to this new reporting requirement but not subject to the various “assault weapon” bans out there, and thus not defined as an “assault weapon”. For example, my Springfield M1A SOCOM II is definably not an “assault weapon” (especially since I purchased it in Kalifornistan), but firearm dealers would still have to send a report to the BATFE if I bought two of them in the same transaction.

    In other words, the bullies at CSGV are idiots, in addition to being spineless cowards.

  2. I thought about that too, Bob, but then I looked it up, and it turns out .22 rounds are actually .222 inches in diameter. Are the barrels .22 or .222? πŸ™‚

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