Saturday, May 19, 2007

Before the 1968 Nazi-styled 'Gun Control' Act;

- People could mail order firearms.
- People could acquire handguns outside their state of residence.
- People from different states could privately sale handguns.
- Individuals under the age of 21 could purchase a handgun, and individuals under the age of 18 could buy a shotgun or rifle.
- People that had previously violated the law and whom were once again free, included ex-felons. Could purchase firearms and exercise their right to Self-Defense as intended.
- The instances of "mass shootings" were extremely rare. The only memorable one being that of Charles Whitman at the University of Texas.
Since the enactment of the un-constitutional 1968 act;
- There have been more than 100 mass shootings.
- Crime has risen dramatically, especially violent crime.
[Ref. - Which came first - the gun violence or the gun control?]



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