Seems that the Pubbies are perfectly willing to establish a registry of guns.
CNN is told the legislation they are working on would effectively
require background checks on private gun purchases made with
non-licensed gun dealers, according to sources in both parties. That
would include closing the so-called gun show loophole.
However, the sources emphasize they are trying to work through this
sticky issue so that Republicans, especially Coburn, are comfortable
that it would address privacy concerns of gun owners, and would have
clear exemptions for situations where a background check should not be
needed. The most common example of that scenario is a grandfather or
uncle giving guns they already own to a grandson or nephew. --HotAir quoting CNN
Grandson/nephew? Not children? Not next-door neighbor? "Give", not "sell for value" (even if highly discounted)?
And just exactly how do these fine-feathered Statists plan to track such gifts/sales/bargain sales? That is to say, how will they know if Gun X came from Charlie, Susie, or Bertha's collection?
I sense an oncoming wave of amnesia. "I dunno where that gun went."
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