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Old 07-26-2016, 08:51 PM   #101
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National gun registration? I thought that's what I did when I bought my guns. Sure was a lot of paper work.
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Old 07-26-2016, 08:57 PM   #102
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why do you need to pack a gun or rifel if you are camping or just relaxing, campgrounds are friendley.
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- There are people all over Earth that would love to kill a white Christian old man
- I might see a snake
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Old 07-26-2016, 09:15 PM   #103
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National gun registration? I thought that's what I did when I bought my guns. Sure was a lot of paper work.
It is supposed to be destroyed after 30 days...

Of coarse now that I am thinking about the last gun I bought.. I am not sure if any of the paper work was actually federal. I think it was all pa state stuff. I'll have to look. We use a pa system to do the filing and background check.

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why do you need to pack a gun or rifel if you are camping or just relaxing, campgrounds are friendley.
Not so much worried about the campground per se, it's the rest of the world.

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It is supposed to be destroyed after 30 days...

Of coarse now that I am thinking about the last gun I bought.. I am not sure if any of the paper work was actually federal. I think it was all pa state stuff. I'll have to look. We use a pa system to do the filing and background check.

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I spent several years as a LEO and on many occasions I ran NCIC checks on firearms to find out who it was registered to. I'm wondering where that info came from?
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National gun registration? I thought that's what I did when I bought my guns. Sure was a lot of paper work.
They weren't registering your guns........they were registering YOU, as an owner. And seeing if you are are ok to buy one. Not a Gun Registration, but a Background Check.

(Now,not one single arrest has ever been made for a felon, or otherwise unqualified person, to fill out the form and FAIL it.........but still you have to do it)
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We use ncic to check stolen. I do not think (as far as I know) it shows ownership(at least that I've been able to get) . We just found a gun in the street two days ago and it was a pain to get ownership.. The owner ended up calling us before we could locate him. We need to call the state police who can tell us if it had been bought in this state and by whom. No national data base for us to run it other than stolen.on an aside I can run permits to Carry through ncic though

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They weren't registering your guns........they were registering YOU, as an owner. And seeing if you are are ok to buy one. Not a Gun Registration, but a Background Check.

(Now,not one single arrest has ever been made for a felon, or otherwise unqualified person, to fill out the form and FAIL it.........but still you have to do it)
Here we do it all the time. Have a shop that sells guns and we get the call about once every 6 months or so.

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In Georgia if you have a CCW they don't do a back ground check on you. But they do fill out paper work that includes my info and that of the weapon. That's interesting.
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Here we do it all the time. Have a shop that sells guns and we get the call about once every 6 months or so.


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And they get arrested? And convicted???? If so, great!! Love it.
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