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Basil Fishbone

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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #60 on: March 30, 2010, 11:40:12 am »

Oklahoma passed their's didn't they? Idaho isn't green yet either.  So, Colorado/Kansas/Missouri would give access to the mississipi. Nebraska is probably clueless if they havent gotten started, or laying low......  Nevada has too many Kali retirees gumming up the system, that is how we ended up with Reid (he does a good job looking out for nevada, but has his "causes" and is problematic).   Nevada won't see anything like this done is my guess, but the rural parts of the state do a good amount of going their own way as best they can.

Oklahoma hasn't passed it yet.   As soon as the Gov. signs it Idaho will be green.   Unfortunately, urban retirees have fouled everywhere nice to a considerable extent.
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #61 on: March 31, 2010, 03:23:20 am »

Oklahoma passed their's didn't they? Idaho isn't green yet either.  So, Colorado/Kansas/Missouri would give access to the mississipi. Nebraska is probably clueless if they havent gotten started, or laying low......  Nevada has too many Kali retirees gumming up the system, that is how we ended up with Reid (he does a good job looking out for nevada, but has his "causes" and is problematic).   Nevada won't see anything like this done is my guess, but the rural parts of the state do a good amount of going their own way as best they can.

Oklahoma hasn't passed it yet.   As soon as the Gov. signs it Idaho will be green.   Unfortunately, urban retirees have fouled everywhere nice to a considerable extent.

Fine then turn the &*(*&% table on them and "Oughtta Law" them into having to possess a shotgun and qualify with it every 3 months or pay a fine.............. :ph34r: :evil:
At least that would get them away from the fear box every once in a while, and get them to do something other to do than wait in line to die.
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #62 on: March 31, 2010, 11:59:30 am »

Fwd: Arizona FFA passes House and Senate
 From: Gary Marbut-MSSA <mssa@mtssa.org>
 To: mssa@mtssa.org
 
Folks,

The Arizona Firearms Freedom Act has passed both the Arizona House
and Senate and will soon be on Governor Brewer's desk.  It is
reported that she will sign.

Assuming that Arizona completes after Idaho (it's a horse race), that
will make Arizona the seventh state to enact an FFA.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma, Kansas and Alaska (and maybe some other states
I've lost track of) are moving towards enactment.

Gary Marbut, president
Montana Shooting Sports Association
http://www.mtssa.org
author, Gun Laws of Montana
http://www.mtpublish.com
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #63 on: April 06, 2010, 12:18:22 am »

Fwd: Arizona Governor signs FFA
 From: Gary Marbut-MSSA <mssa@mtssa.org>
 To: mssa@mtssa.org
 
Dear MSSA Friends,

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed AZ's HB 2307 today, enacting the Arizona
Firearms Freedom Act.

<http://www.azgovernor.gov/dms/upload/PR_040510_StatementByGovBrewer.pdf>

This makes Arizona the sixth state to enact an FFA, another clone of the
original FFA first enacted in Montana.

The Idaho FFA is sitting on Governor Otter's desk waiting for his
return to the Capitol tomorrow.  He will sign that soon.

Best wishes,

Gary Marbut, president
Montana Shooting Sports Association
http://www.mtssa.org
author, Gun Laws of Montana
http://www.mtpublish.com
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #64 on: April 08, 2010, 12:47:23 pm »

Fwd: Idaho Governor signs FFA
 From: Gary Marbut-MSSA <mssa@mtssa.org>
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Dear MSSA Friends,

Idaho Governor Butch Otter signed HB 589, the Idaho Firearms Freedom
Act, this morning (Thursday), making Idaho the seventh state to enact an FFA.

Gary Marbut, president
Montana Shooting Sports Association
http://www.mtssa.org
author, Gun Laws of Montana
http://www.mtpublish.com


[The states which have signed now include Montana, Tennessee, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota, Arizona and Idaho]
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #65 on: April 08, 2010, 02:23:02 pm »

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=137649

WND Exclusive REBELLION IN AMERICA

State No. 6 tells feds to stuff their gun regs

Arizona declares weapons exempt from national firearms paperwork
Posted: April 07, 2010
9:25 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

A sixth state – Arizona – now has declared that guns made and kept inside its borders essentially are free from federal application, registration and ownership regulations in a surging movement among states that one supporter describes as a direct challenge to "a government monopoly on the supply of firearms."

Gov. Jan Brewer this week signed the state's version of a "Firearms Freedom Act," which originated in Montana and now has been adopted by six states, with several dozen more in various stages of their own plans.

Brewer issued a statement that the law is intended to give Washington the message that they should not try to "get between Arizonans and their constitutional rights."

Arizona joins Wyoming, South Dakota, Utah and Tennessee as well as Montana, where Gary Marbut of the Montana Shooting Sports Association was a key proponent. ...<snip>...  [Idaho also, now...]
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #66 on: April 09, 2010, 04:20:31 am »

Hmm, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Carolina.............. :ph34r:  Interesting........
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #67 on: April 09, 2010, 05:04:23 am »

Hmm, Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Carolina.............. :ph34r:  Interesting........

Texas didn't get it out of committee last year and the state legislature only meets every 2 years.
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #68 on: April 09, 2010, 05:44:11 am »

I am refering to 1863 or there abouts............
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #69 on: April 11, 2010, 04:53:30 pm »

Yes indeed Rarick.

And this time it can't be blamed on slavery either.
This time it is States Rights pure and simple.
[as IF anything concerning politics were pure and/or simple]

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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #70 on: April 12, 2010, 04:24:31 am »

I am refering to 1863 or there abouts............

oh.........never mind
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #71 on: April 16, 2010, 09:40:57 pm »

Fwd: Alaska FFA clears Legislature
 From: Gary Marbut-MSSA <mssa@mtssa.org>
 To: mssa@mtssa.org
 
Dear MSSA Friends,

The Alaska Firearms Freedom Act, HB 186, has passed the Alaska Senate
by 18-1 and is now on it's way to the desk of Governor Sean Parnell
for signature.

Once the AFFA is signed, Alaska will be the eighth state to enact an
FFA, following Montana, Tennessee, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota,
Arizona and Idaho.

Gary Marbut, president
Montana Shooting Sports Association
http://www.mtssa.org
author, Gun Laws of Montana
http://www.mtpublish.com
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #72 on: April 17, 2010, 05:13:37 am »

Wiki Input for those interested:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montana  - Resources:  Agriculture- grain and Cattle   Mineral- Coal, gold silver, talc   BEER! microbrews #3 in nation.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennessee-  Cotton, Cattle, electricity, soybeans, music, cars
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utah-  mining (Copper, silver, zinc, uranium), cattle, salt, religion,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming- mining (coal, Uranium, Trona, oil) Agriculture- wool, grain,cattle, wind electric,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Dakota Agriculture-cattle,corn, hogs, soybeans, ethanol  Service- finance, insurance, health care
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arizona - ???? service sector?  Solarpower (pv, steam, stirling) when developed for sure.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idaho- Techchnology (chips, computers, neuclear lab) Agriculture-  Spuds, Malt, beer (BUD), Mining- hydro, geo, wind power.

There is a lot of potential here!  Heck at least one of the state economies matches up favorably with a couple of europeon nations (size wise).  A lot of basic minerals and crops are there, strategic minerals (that might be an issue?) and "brain trust" too.  Dakota, has some serious federal dependancies..........  Tennessee is isolated from the rest by land, but the Mississippi/Missouri river runs by it and Wyoming......

Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Washington would be some nice key states.  Texas would be a massive joiner.........
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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #73 on: April 17, 2010, 07:28:37 am »

Well the only input on this I'm giving is that I now have the money for both an industrial sized mill and lathe, small enough to be trailered, but large enough to do a 36" .50 cal barrel.............for a AK-47 clone, sized up for .50 BMG
i've been building my own rifles for over twenty years.................but I'm not about to beg uncle satan for a permission slip to go into business.....

I'm all "tooled up" to handle .357 mag/9mm, .44 mag/.44 special, the various .32's and can buy the reamers for the .50 for a few hundred bucks................no biggie


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Even some cowboy and indian outlaws in the 1800's eventually stopped sleeping under buffalo skins, and came to town to entertain paying customers. For some I imagine the bruising of their ego never healed.

We all have some scar tissue that never lets us completely forget the intent of the adventure.

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Re: Montana Firearms Freedom Act: progress across the nation
« Reply #74 on: April 20, 2010, 10:35:52 pm »

Fwd: Oklahoma FFA clears Legislature
 From: Gary Marbut-MSSA <mssa@mtssa.org>
 To: mssa@mtssa.org
 
Dear MSSA Friends,

The Oklahoma Firearms Freedom
Act,<http://webserver1.lsb.state.ok.us/WebBillStatus/main.html> SB
1685, has passed the legislature and gone to the desk of Governor
Brad Henry.  Sponsored by Senator Randy Brogdon, SB 1685 passed the
Oklahoma Senate by 39-3 and the House by 81-14.  It is expected that
Governor Henry will sign the bill, making Oklahoma the ninth state to
enact an FFA (unless it is signed before the Alaska Governor signs
the FFA sitting on his desk, in which case Oklahoma would become the
eighth state to enact an FFA).

Gary Marbut, president
Montana Shooting Sports Association
http://www.mtssa.org
author, Gun Laws of Montana
http://www.mtpublish.com
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