Elected Freedom Haters Want To Fingerprint & Photograph All Gun Owners

by Ammoland.com  |  published on December 29, 2012

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Sometimes I hate to be right. Just days ago I told gun owners that the gun ban Senator Dianne Feinstein is planning to introduce will be considerably worse than what expired in 2004.

Some gun owners responded, “Yeah, right. ‘The sky is falling, the sky is falling.’”

Yesterday it became official: Gun owners who want to hang on to their “grandfathered” semi-automatic firearms will not only have their guns registered, they will be fingerprinted and photographed like common criminals.
Don’t believe me: Check it yourself

On Feinstein’s own website, (http://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/assault-weapons ) the ugly details of her massive gun grab are now starting to emerge: Beyond the ban on magazines and specifically named firearms, any gun possessing even one cosmetic feature characteristic of semi-automatic utility rifles would be banned. Thumbhole stocks typical of .22 caliber plinking rifles would also be specifically banned.

But the real intent is stated in how she plans to treat people who already have semi-autos: Gun owners will be registered under the 1934 “National Firearms Act” – the same one that now regulates machine guns.

Says Feinstein herself, it would entail:
Background checks of existing owners and any transferees;
Registering the type and serial number of the firearm;
Photographing and fingerprinting gun owners;
Local law enforcement signoffs certifying the gun owners’ identity and that possession would not violate State or local law; and Dedicating funding for BATFE to implement registration.

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