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When it comes to gun laws, the enthusiast acts at his peril

That’s the lesson Robb is learning with respect to suppressors. I have a hard time understanding why he’d have to be fingerprinted four times. Here in Tennessee, LEO approval is required by law within 15 days unless you are a prohibited person. And you only get printed once.

5 Responses to “When it comes to gun laws, the enthusiast acts at his peril”

  1. Robb Allen Says:

    Hyperbole. When I joined the Marines, I was fingerprinted. When I got my CCW, I was fingerprinted. To build a suppressor, I’d need to be fingerprinted. I figured they’d throw in an extra fingerprinting because it’d piss me off.

  2. Jim W Says:

    What is this fingerprint nonsense? Go the trust route already, this isn’t the 80s.

  3. straightarrow Says:

    People without honor assume everyone else is. Therefore they do not believe in the honor system because they know they, themselves, cannot be trusted. These people always think they are normal, so they expect everyone to act as they would. Hence all the prior restraint and intimidation for everyone, except themselves, of course.

  4. straightarrow Says:

    Because they are “special” normal.

  5. nate Says:

    Government employees are great at losing fingerprints.

    My mom helped one of her co-workers take a relative to the INS to be fingerprinted for a citizenship application on the third and fourth attempts. This office lost the relatives prints three times before the application would be sent up.

    My wife is contractor with the department of defense and had her prints taken three times, losing the first two before her security application went up.

    You should count yourself lucky that your family has not had this experience a dozen times.

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