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Enforce the gun laws on the books

And then pardon them, if they’re connected:

Larry Wayne Thornton of Forsyth, Ga., was sentenced to four years of probation for “possession of an unregistered firearm” and “possession of a firearm without a serial number.” He is one of 17 people pardoned today.

Unregistered? It’s Georgia, registration is prohibited by state law. So, was this an NFA item?

7 Responses to “Enforce the gun laws on the books”

  1. Pete Says:

    Appears to be NFA:

    “(d) to receive or possess a firearm which is not registered to him in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record; or”

    http://uscode.house.gov/download/pls/26C53.txt

  2. wfgodbold Says:

    Yup. Under federal law, “firearm” = NFA.

  3. Ron W Says:

    IF we were operating by “the Supreme Law of the Land” (Article VI, Section 2) “under federal law”, i.e. “delegated powers” re; weapons, would only include those “who may be EMPLOYED by the United States” (Article I, Section 8.16)

  4. HL Says:

    Well, on The Walking Dead last night, Rick knew which stores in Hometown, GA had guns in them because he signed off on their registration when he was a deputy…so there is that.

    Though in the comic he was from a suburb of Lexington, KY.

  5. Jim Says:

    @#$%^&^&** parallel universes

  6. Mu Says:

    yes 26 U.S.C. §§ 5861(d)is possession of an unregistered NFA item

  7. Joel Stoner Says:

    Which could have been any semi-auto that malfunctioned and fired 2 rounds.

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