Alight…maybe they (Gun Lobby and NRA) are indeed fucking with us people considering there is a law set up where the gun industry, gun sellers and gun manufacturers canNOT be sued in any way for its part in allowing any corrupt sale of any firearm if and when they are used in any crimes. Let alone the gun safety laws it bypasses again, by law because lets be real about America today, you can sue the BB Gun industry and a BB Gun manufacturer for various safety issues, and you cant sue the gun industry in any way for neglect, safety issues or its part in any corrupt sale of any fire arm.Then, check this out because when you add to that the fact that the gun lobby does not want any type of background check done, and then you allow stand your ground laws to give people the ability to be able to kill black people… I mean people….just after you play judge and jury so to speak, to rationalize that kill as being unsafe for yourself.No one is responsible nor liable in any way no matter if they deal in corrupt ways or actually, they can still use every loop hole to be able to allow guns into the marketplace in shady ways like through gun shows.
And, then of course its not the fault of the gun or the bullet when people get killed with them. The blame gets pointed everywhere else but at the actual bullet and gun which is based on pure science, whereas everything else that gets the blame (ie: film, video games, parenting, etc.) is all based on hearsay.
The measure passed on an overwhelming bipartisan vote despite reservations from Democrats who would like to expand the scope of the law to address concerns about 3-D printing technology, which can produce solid objects out of digital models – including firearms – and did not exist commercially when the law was first enacted. Without significant opposition, the House did not record members’ votes on the bill.
“As a practical matter it looks like the choice before the country and the Congress is whether to let this ban on the plastics expire or not. It should not expire,” said Rep. Rob Andrews, D-N.J., who acknowledged that an effort by Senate Democrats to expand the restriction is unlikely to overcome GOP opposition. “There’s lots of things we’d do if majority ruled, and (Democrats) were the majority here, but we’re going to have to practice the art of the possible and pass the best law we can.”
The 1988 Undetectable Firearms Act was enacted under President Reagan and reauthorized under Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush. It is scheduled to sunset Dec. 9, the same day the Senate returns from a two-week Thanksgiving break. If the law expires, Congress can fix it retroactively.
The law bans the manufacture, possession and sale of firearms that can’t be detected by metal detectors and requires handguns be manufactured in the shape of a gun so they can be screened on X-ray machines.
Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., is among a group of Senate Democrats seeking to amend the law to require that metal has to be permanently attached to the gun, closing what they call a loophole that would allow removable metal parts. Senate Democrats are less likely to support a lengthy extension of the law if the amendment is not included in order to revisit the gun debate sooner than in 10 years.
The law is the only gun legislation to get a vote in the U.S. House this year. The Senate tried and failed in April to move a bill to expand background checks in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings last December, but it could not overcome a GOP filibuster.
‘The House has done nothing in the nearly one year since the Newtown tragedy, I’m very disappointed in that,” Andrews said, adding that if House Democrats were to win a majority in the 2014 midterm elections, they would revisit the gun debate. “There will be sensible legislation on many fronts,” he said.
- Gun Controllers Bamboolze BOTH Major Parties on “Invisible Guns” (bulletsfirst.net)
- BREAKING: House Extends Undetectable Firearms Act (thetruthaboutguns.com)
- US House votes to ban plastic guns (bbc.co.uk)
- Schumer Says More Needs To Be Done After House Extends Ban On Plastic Guns (ny1.com)
- Schumer Says More Needs To Be Done After House Extends Ban On Plastic Guns (manhattan.ny1.com)
- House Republicans Pass Ban On Undetectable Plastic Firearms (addictinginfo.org)
- House Extends Plastic Gun Ban Without Roll Call Vote (breitbart.com)
- House passes plastic gun ban extension, Schumer wants tougher bill (newsday.com)
- House Republicans Hide From Constituents on Plastic Gun Ban (progressive.org)
- House votes to extend plastic gun ban (deserteagletech.wordpress.com)