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When you look around the country, there is an undeniable correlation between democratically-controlled governments and unconstitutional laws regarding the Second Amendment.

New York City and Chicago almost immediately come to mind, as those cities are guilty of enacting some of the nation’s most incredibly strict laws against personal gun ownership – the second most important right that the Founding Fathers felt it pertinent to include in our nation’s inceptive documents.

As far as states go, however, nowhere has been more anti-gun than California; the west coast’s liberal safe haven and one-time pilot of popular culture.  (That title belongs to the American South these days, with more movies and television being produced in Georgia than anywhere else in the nation).

California’s long and arduous list of gun laws has been well documented throughout the mainstream media, celebrated, if you will, and that has given some very disturbing ideas to democratic lawmakers in North Carolina.

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Democrats in the North Carolina House are pushing a California-style gun roster that opens the door to a microstamping requirement in the Tar Heel State.

California has an approved handgun roster, which means licensed dealers in the state are only allowed to sell handguns that meet certain criteria. Part of that criteria is a requirement that pistols sold in California be capable of microstamping.

Microstamping is a firearm identification method whereby the firing pin of the gun is imprinted with special markings to leave a fingerprint of sorts on the shell casing. No gun manufacturers currently employ microstamping technologies because the technology has not proved viable. Moreover, even if the technology existed, it would be easy to defeat by removing the factory firing pin or simply scratching the special markings off the end of it.

An even easier method around microstamping is to use a revolver instead of a pistol.

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Still, democrats insist that this is a positive step forward for freedom in our country…somehow.

In reality, this micro stamping nonsense is nothing more than another hoop that the left wants us to jump through in order to exercise a right that they have no way to actually take away.  Don’t forget, gun owners, the Second Amendment exists for when push comes to shove on the gun debate.  All of these superfluous bits of annoyance legislature are already invalid by the “infringement” principle alone, and the minute that the left tries to physically take your guns, they are a “threat, foreign or domestic”.

 

 

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