Guns


#241

OK Bromo close your eyes and imagine this, if you can…you’re at a gun show looking for an AK or a Silencer, or whartev., and the one guy that looks like he might be a player says no, but I got a high
school buddy of mine that likes that stuff, in fact he just came by here a while ago, I can call him for you if for you if you’re interested (Since he’s just outside having a smoke right now)


#242

Texas has no laws expressly regulating gun shows. See the Texas Private Sales section for state laws that apply at gun shows.

Texas Private Sales section is what I posted.

Psst…I live in Texas


#243

Yeah you guys have no specific gun show laws.

The age requirement still makes that meme untrue for Texas though.


#244

It’s illegal if a person knowingly sells a gun if the buyer is going to use it unlawfully.

How does that protect the public from people that don’t tell people they’re going to commit a crime? Seems like people don’t really share that kind of information widely.


#245

It protects the public from people who admit they’re going to cause harm by making it illegal to sell them guns.

Or it just throws more bodies at prisons and that’s fun right?


#246

It seems to nullify the law.


#247

I agree with having background checks for private sales.


#248

How would someone conduct one?


#249

The sale is transacted through a FFL dealer. Of which there are many at gun shows.


#250

And if you weren’t going through a gun show?


#251

It should still be required but no way to really police that, just like the black market.


#252

In my state, which I believe should be adopted everywhere,

Both parties to a gun shop and pay the FFL to do a background check. Waiting period starts on that day.


#253

I think that’s what Oregon is doing now too.


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#257

But muh Vietnamese farmers!


#258

Ha ha Libtards!


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#260

Welp, maybe i was wrong in how i interpreted 2A