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Author Topic: Missouri lawmaker introduces bill that would require residents to own AR-15s  (Read 338 times)

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. —
A lawmaker wants to require some Missouri residents to own AR-15 guns.

Andrew McDaniel, (R-Deering), introduced House Bill 1108 on Feb. 28. According to the bill’s description, it would establish the McDaniel Militia Act, “which requires every person between 18 and 35 years of age who can legally possess a firearm to own an AR-15 and authorizes a tax credit for a purchase of an AR-15.”

Documents presented during the bill’s proposal said any person who qualifies as a Missouri resident on Aug. 28, 2019, and who does not own an AR-15, would have a year to purchase one. In addition, anyone who becomes a Missouri resident after Aug. 28, 2019, would have to purchase an AR-15 within a year.

In addition, McDaniel filed a bill that would require every person 21 years of age and older to own a handgun if they are legally able to. That bill, House Bill 1052, was introduced two days prior to House Bill 1108.

According to the Missouri House of Representatives website, neither bill is currently scheduled for a hearing or is on a House calendar.



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this is just as dumb as the anti's.

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That is stupid.
If you are serious about training your people, you’d be pushing for compulsory service.

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I concur. It’s a stupid idea.

That being said, compulsary service doesn’t strike me as a good idea either, considering our military’s current state. If the military got off its butt and started looking for and producing quality people rather than looking to satisfy quotas, then I think it could be a very different story.



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As stupid of an idea is this is it's a statement and was a requirement at the founding of our country for able bodied to have a gun and ammo. Of course it wasn't an ar15 and bullets it was muzzle loader, ball and powder although today's equivalent would be M4 select fire. 

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So there's that then.
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But it will be like teaching a pig to sing, a waste of your time, and you'll only succeed in anoying the pig.

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Most Republicans are Democrats with R's after their names.  It they weren't we would not be Afghanistan, would have the hearing protection act, national reciprocity, no fvcking Communists in congress, and a much better country.


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Not true. Nearly half the country lives in places that have no Republican representation in congress at all, and they are the states who got Hillary her "popular vote", who's courts block everything Trump puts forward, and who lead the charge in using the Bill of Rights as toilet paper. We have plenty of turncoat Republicans, but even if they weren't, they wouldn't be able to push something like national reciprocity through for us while there are states like California in the union.
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But it will be like teaching a pig to sing, a waste of your time, and you'll only succeed in anoying the pig.

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The unfortunate reality is that at the national level 2A is not that important to the Republican politicians. Honestly they only care about 2A come election time and even then its weak support to keep 2A voters in line.

Republican's had two years in congress where they could have advanced any substantive pro 2A legislation. They didn't. In fact they didn't do all that much at advancing any solid conservative ideals. They've chosen to obstruct Trump on many issues and topics. It's swamp business as usual with Republicans.

Obviously the Missouri bill won't be enacted (for a number of reasons).
Potentially, a government is the most dangerous threat to man's rights: it holds a legal monopoly on the use of physical force against legally disarmed victims.
- Ayn Rand