WEAPONS: When guns outlawed, worth grows

A survey in a national daily publication indicated that “by more than 2-1, 63 percent-29 percent, (respondents) said semiautomatic weapons should be banned.”

I have no problem with banning the future sale of not only semiautomatic weapons but bump stocks and high capacity magazines for them as well. Of course, a grandfather clause is necessary for those of us who currently have them as it might be very hard to take them away from us.

As these weapons will no longer be available legally, my collection will be worth more and more over time. I will also consider buying more before the ban goes into effect.

Of course, criminals will always have them no matter the laws to the contrary. Also, my friends and I have made sure that our weapon arsenals are not registered with our untrustworthy government. Registration would make gun confiscation and the disarming of all citizens easier. Of course, only citizens who owned firearms legally, including registration, would be the ones disarmed, not illegals, rapists, burglars, dreamers, terrorists, drug and sex traffickers, etc.

I know, redundant terms for the most part.

Rich Andrews


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