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    Thank you Drew!
    This is very informative and appalling!

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    Always thought the switch blade rules were dumb, anyway. But then, much of what our beloved government does, anymore, makes no sense. Being, that I'm kind of an open "anarchist"... I wonder how much longer this is all gonna go on before we start reforming the government? Ummm... No offense intended to any government official, who might read this.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thR-lVuztIY - Gangster government

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeYscnFpEyA - Such Stimulation

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKFKGrmsBDk - 'nother revolution???

    And so on...

    And for God's sake... Don't tell Obama and the gang what comes after a trillion!

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    I prefer fixed blade tacticals anyways, so it wouldn't effect me a whole lot...yet.
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    I'm really unhappy about this. It's ridiculous to try and legislate weapons out of existence. The time has not arrived to beat our weapons into plow shares. Caine killed Abel with the jawbone of an ass...are they going to rid us of our asses next????????? A little humor there, but I really am unhappy about this crap. Sorry if I am misspelling Caine.

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    Default Re: Possible expansion of knife regulation under federal law

    Quote Originally Posted by kenpo1981 View Post
    I'm really unhappy about this. It's ridiculous to try and legislate weapons out of existence. The time has not arrived to beat our weapons into plow shares. Caine killed Abel with the jawbone of an ass...are they going to rid us of our asses next????????? A little humor there, but I really am unhappy about this crap. Sorry if I am misspelling Caine.
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    That's why I carry a Ginsu in me pocket. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigung86 View Post
    That's why I carry a Ginsu in me pocket. LOL!
    There's a joke in there somewhere . . .

    Not going to go there. . .

    Just think vienna sausages . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaolindelt View Post
    There's a joke in there somewhere . . .

    Not going to go there. . .

    Just think vienna sausages . . .
    Ginsu happens to be a space-age, new era, super space knife that could cut razor thin stuff into razor-thinner detritus. It could also saw a package of frozen asparagus, broccoli, or peas in half.

    All-in-all think antiquated thought...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqYkCJaBAyA

    Most particularly starting at 1:09

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    Smile Re: Possible expansion of knife regulation under federal law

    The Ken Onion knives by Kershaw seem to be on the chopping block. Any knives from the speed safe line are in the line of fire. The chive, onion, and scallion.

    Obama is already making it impossible for citizens to practice with guns as he is making ammo impossible to afford.

    Now, any law abiding citizens will not be able to carry a pocket knife.

    Another man in the 20th. century did the same thing in Germany. Only he outlawed the guns and knives. Same thing different day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaolindelt View Post
    There's a joke in there somewhere . . .

    Not going to go there. . .

    Just think vienna sausages . . .
    "New, by Ronco..it slices, it dices, it even circumcises"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dave in da house View Post
    "New, by Ronco..it slices, it dices, it even circumcises"
    Damnit Dave thats TWICE now!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dave in da house View Post
    "New, by Ronco..it slices, it dices, it even circumcises"
    but will it make julienne fries?

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    Default Re: Possible expansion of knife regulation under federal law

    Quote Originally Posted by kenpo1981 View Post
    I'm really unhappy about this. It's ridiculous to try and legislate weapons out of existence. The time has not arrived to beat our weapons into plow shares. Caine killed Abel with the jawbone of an ass...are they going to rid us of our asses next????????? A little humor there, but I really am unhappy about this crap. Sorry if I am misspelling Caine.
    If they rid us of asses, we would not have any of these legislators to write these stupid laws!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gixxershane View Post
    If they rid us of asses, we would not have any of these legislators to write these stupid laws!!!
    Lol, that was classic!
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