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Texas Safety Action Report — Gov. Abbott

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Big Dipper, Sep 12, 2019.

  1. Big Dipper

    Big Dipper Well-Known

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  2. oldag

    oldag TGT Addict

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    "The Legislature should consider ways to make it easy, affordable, and beneficial for a private seller of firearms to voluntarily use background checks when selling firearms to strangers." {emphasis added}

    For all those accusing Abbott of selling out, you can apologize to him now. Nothing there to hurt the 2nd A.

    Nothing to address the root causes, however. Nothing on restoring the family in our society, restoring values and morals, etc.

    Thanks for posting this, Big.
     
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  3. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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    So, make the government pay the FFL fee for all private transfers?
    If one wanted to go this route.
     
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  7. oldag

    oldag TGT Addict

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    Not following you there.
     
  8. Bithabus

    Bithabus ! TGT Supporter

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    You can already sell your firearm through an FFL, if that's what you want. No need for more laws.
     
  9. PhulesAu

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    How will it remain a private transfer, with a government background check?
     
  10. Bithabus

    Bithabus ! TGT Supporter

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    It wouldn't. The seller would have to lower the price to attract a buyer.
     


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