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Old 05-21-2020, 7:03 PM
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two hours eight minutes in, my mistake.
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Old 05-23-2020, 8:17 AM
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Just thinking.. Any idea how many guns are still on the roster that arent being made anymore? Rock Island just brought some back and they seem to be flying off the shelves. Wondering if it might be worth while for others to do the same. Thereby bypassing all this micro stamping, lci, magazine disconnect garbage since the pistols are already on the roster. It's a way to add pistols to the market without going through the hoops again since they are already on the roster.
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Old 05-23-2020, 8:36 AM
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Just thinking.. Any idea how many guns are still on the roster that arent being made anymore? Rock Island just brought some back and they seem to be flying off the shelves. Wondering if it might be worth while for others to do the same. Thereby bypassing all this micro stamping, lci, magazine disconnect garbage since the pistols are already on the roster. It's a way to add pistols to the market without going through the hoops again since they are already on the roster.

I did some research on the semi-auto pistols on the roster,

https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1591563

About %40 are discontinued.
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Old 05-23-2020, 8:48 AM
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Seems to me it would make sense to bring some back. At least you would have something in the California market.
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Old 05-23-2020, 9:15 AM
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Seems to me it would make sense to bring some back. At least you would have something in the California market.

Id rather the manufacturers bail on CA and let the roster collapse. Im tired of getting the scraps off the table.

Perhaps if the roster becomes empty, the people will actually rise up and remove these tyrants. Pipe dream, I know.


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Id rather the manufacturers bail on CA and let the roster collapse. Im tired of getting the scraps off the table.

Perhaps if the roster becomes empty, the people will actually rise up and remove these tyrants. Pipe dream, I know.


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Pipe dream indeed. 2/3 of Californians want a completely gun free state.
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Old 05-24-2020, 8:14 PM
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2/3 of Californians want a completely gun free state.
Wrong, Californians are told, they want a completely gun free state, but 1/3 see the BS
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Pipe dream indeed. 2/3 of Californians want a completely gun free state.
I disagree.

Around 2/3 of CA residents do not see guns as a useful part of their lives; they're encouraged to believe only bad things about guns and gun owners by politicians and their cheer-leading media lackies.

So, it probably wouldn't bother most of that 2/3 if guns were to become much less common, but that's unlikely to be a conscious goal just now.

Give it a few more years.
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Pipe dream indeed. 2/3 of Californians want a completely gun free state.

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Wrong, Californians are told, they want a completely gun free state, but 1/3 see the BS

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I disagree.

Around 2/3 of CA residents do not see guns as a useful part of their lives; they're encouraged to believe only bad things about guns and gun owners by politicians and their cheer-leading media lackies.

So, it probably wouldn't bother most of that 2/3 if guns were to become much less common, but that's unlikely to be a conscious goal just now.

Give it a few more years.
Thanks to academia and the news telling people and students for decades

I see when Newsom's two terms as governor are over we'll pretty much have nothing left or nothing that isn't legislated to irrelevance all with Newsom having his press conferences stating it's for a safer California and the so called "I have respect for the Second Amendment".

His successor will finish it off.
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