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19303S&W users - buy quickly before they are all gone !!!

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  • Rus B. Robison
    Jan 24, 2014
      Thanks for the update, Sue.



      Looks like the State of California government has gone totally stupid.



      I have been monitoring this libtard movement myself and I think the only solution is to not sell S&W firearms to the law enforcement community in Californuts.



      The M&P models have sold very well in the LE community and if the officers in Californuts cannot buy them and feel they need them for their personal safety, then they will bring the matter to the public’s attention and to the state government idiots as well.



      The governing officials can easily ignore the general public, as evidenced, but they will not ignore the LE community.



      With kindest regards, I remain…



      Very truly yours,



      ROBISON COMPANIES, LLC

      PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS



      Rus B. Robison











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      Nullifying 2nd Amendment: Smith & Wesson Victim Of California Regs


      Posted <http://politicaloutcast.com/2014/01/nuillifying-2nd-amendment-smith-wesson-victim-california-regs/> 14 HOURS AGO by <http://politicaloutcast.com/author/markhorne/> MARK HORNE



      I wrote <http://politicaloutcast.com/2013/12/epa-nullifying-second-amendment/> back in December about how the government can effectively neutralize the Second Amendment by economic sabotage of the country. People can have the right to bear arms and yet not be able to afford them due to government interference.

      It seems the California government has launched a much more effective version of this strategy. Their regulations are so burdensome that, not only are guns more expensive, but gun sellers are giving up on the market. From <http://reason.com/blog/2014/01/23/smith-wesson-pushed-out-of-california-ha> Reason’s blog:



      California's efforts to regulate firearms out of easy availability (an official summary of state gun regulations <http://oag.ca.gov/sites/all/files/pdfs/firearms/forms/Cfl2007.pdf> runs to 50 pages) continue to bear fruit, as Smith & Wesson announces that it's not willing to comply with the latest round of inane rules, effectively removing most of its pistols from the state's market. The specific bit of red tape pushing the company out is a requirement that new pistols (including modifications of existing firearms) incorporate controversial "microstamping <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firearm_microstamping> " technology intended to leave unique markings on fired cases.



      The microstamping is being exalted by liberals as a great new technology that can help solve gun crimes. The company released a statement that said in part:



      Smith & Wesson does not and will not include microstamping in its firearms. A number of studies have indicated that microstamping is unreliable, serves no safety purpose, is cost prohibitive and, most importantly, is not proven to aid in preventing or solving crimes. The microstamping mandate and the company’s unwillingness to adopt this so-called technology will result in a diminishing number of Smith & Wesson semi-automatic pistols available for purchase by California residents.



      The company has decided to not make any improvements or changes in its M&P Shield and the SDVE pistols. In this way it can still sell them in California without being required to “microstamp” them. But California residents will no longer be able to buy any of Smith and Wesson’s other lines.



      The California government has successfully interfered in the market so that potential gun buyers have fewer choices. Smith and Wesson is forced to lose business as well. This should all be ruled unconstitutional since it is an obvious attack on the Second Amendment. But it will probably never be challenged in court.


      Read more at <http://politicaloutcast.com/2014/01/nuillifying-2nd-amendment-smith-wesson-victim-california-regs/#yOyFtDc18Z54mZX1.99> http://politicaloutcast.com/2014/01/nuillifying-2nd-amendment-smith-wesson-victim-california-regs/#yOyFtDc18Z54mZX1.99





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