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The musket loophole

It’s true, folks, but some black powder guns aren’t even considered firearms and are, therefore, not regulated. The press seems to think this is PSH worthy.

Of course, this is the same press who heard 50 caliber and ran a picture of a Barrett.

5 Responses to “The musket loophole”

  1. Call me Ahab » Blog Archive » Talk about misleading Says:

    […] 9/28: I told you so.  I knew the media would go loco over this and start in with the PSH. Uncle and Sebastian have their say.  Someone says “.50 caliber”, and the media starts […]

  2. tom Says:

    They can have my smokepoles when they pry them from my cold dead dishpan hands from scrubbing the bastard things out after a day at the range. =]

  3. Ahab Says:

    Amen to that, Tom.

  4. Kevin Baker Says:

    My favorite “loophole” in the law is that you can buy a black powder replica, say a Ruger stainless steel Old Army cap-and-ball, then you can buy a cartridge conversion cylinder and load the gun with .45 Colt rounds. All by mail order, no background check required, with perfect legality.

  5. Chas Says:

    “Of course, this is the same press who heard 50 caliber and ran a picture of a Barrett.”

    Funny how their knees always jerk to the left. But they don’t have an agenda. Nooooo! No agenda! And I’m not in denial about that either! Nooooo!

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