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    Boulder CO - Assault Weapons Ban

    Doesnt seem like many people are complying with this. Interesting article.

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news...met-mass-non-/
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    i am really drunk right now and can barely type. but i could never own a gun. ..i couldn't legally anyways as i have a criminal record for small stupid shit.

    but i could never shoot anyone. i could never kill anyone. i think, even if i had to defend or save myself.

    maybe to save someone else i could.

    guns really scare me. perhaps it would've been better if i grew up with them and was more familiar and learned responsibility.

    not that as old as i am and had a bad day sometime i would end up shooting myself.

    but guns really scare me. and what even scares me more is the fact i don't think i could ever shoot someone, even to save myself. i always would hope i could talk my way out of such a situation. but that isn't realistic.

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    i like the scene where animals are running around on a secluded island and he's asking about light.


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    Quote Originally Posted by baldgriff View Post
    Doesnt seem like many people are complying with this. Interesting article.

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news...met-mass-non-/
    The ordinance, approved by the city council unanimously, banned the possession and sale of “assault weapons,” defined as semiautomatic rifles with a pistol grip, folding stock, or ability to accept a detachable magazine. Semiautomatic pistols and shotguns are also included.

    Current owners were given until the end of the year to choose one of two options: Get rid of their semiautomatics by moving them out of town, disabling them, or turning them over to police — or apply for a certificate with the Boulder Police Department, a process that includes a firearm inspection, background check and $20 fee.
    not sure if the last part applies to all semiautomatics or just the pistols and shotguns but if it applies to everything I think thats very reasonable.

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