Category Archives: April 2014 update one

Lawless Obama Shreds More Constitutional Protections for Steel Core 5.45×39 Ammo

A couple of points need to be made:

(1) First, the heavily-abused “armor piercing ammunition” ban was yet another gun control measure slammed through by Senator Bob Dole with the acquiescence of certain “pro-gun groups.”

(2) Second, if anyone wondered why we have fought for almost thirty years to oppose efforts to make the definition of “armor piercing ammunition” much broader, malleable, and subject to abuse, this recent ATF action is their answer.

We have defeated Obama’s efforts to rewrite this definition by statute.  But it is clear that, if the Obama administration can’t get Congress to pass an ammunition ban, it will ban ammunition on its own accord.

FK – It’s way past time to shut down the BATF Nazi trash, arrest and try for treason all BATF employees, give their retirement plans to their victims and repeal the ‘law’ they enforce. End of discussion.

Connecticut gun control now in full effect

According to The Blaze via The Conservative Angle, as of today long guns cannot be sold or transfered unless the citizen has one of the following documents — a permit to carry handguns, a long gun eligibility certificate, or a certificate of eligibility for handguns, all of which must be issued by the state.

In addition, only those with the documents listed above will be allowed to purchase ammunition, unless that citizen has an ammunition certificate issued by the state.

And having a hunting license will not give hunters the ability to purchase long guns for hunting. Hunters must have a certificate from the state that specifically allows them to buy long guns.

FK – We need to bulldoze those NE commie states into the Atlantic and let them swim to Europe where they belong.

Pop Tart Gun Ban Could be a Thing of the Past in Florida

Florida’s proposed law, according to Emily Miller at the Washington Times, has become known as “The Pop Tart Bill.”

The legislation got its nickname from an incident involving Josh Welch, a 7-year-old Maryland boy who was suspended from school in March 2013 for chewing his strawberry Pop Tart into the shape of a gun.


The House legislation lists the types of games that cannot get a kid into trouble, such as “brandishing a partially consumed pastry or other food item to simulate a firearm or weapon.”

Schoolchildren also will be allowed expressly to use a “finger or hand to simulate a firearm,” draw a picture of a weapon and possess a “toy firearm or weapon made of plastic snap-together building blocks.”

FK – What about toy soldiers and small toy guns that might inadvertently be placed into a child’s backpack? Oh my goodness…

SAF – NY officials agree not to enforce 7-round magazine limit while case on Appeal

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and State Police Superintendent Joseph D’Amico have agreed, in a stipulated order, to not enforce a section of the state’s controversial SAFE (Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement) Act while an appeal is underway in one of the legal challenges to that statute, amounting to a small but important victory for the Second Amendment Foundation in a challenge to the constitutionality of a provision in the law.

At issue is the arbitrary seven-round limit on magazine capacity that was included in the SAFE Act under Section 265.37 of that law. At trial in the case of New York State Rifle and Pistol Assn, Inc. v. Cuomo, Judge William M. Skretny ruled that the section dealing with the magazine limit is unconstitutional. He upheld other provisions in the Act.

FK – Just imagine, if we had the militia force we should have constructed years ago all those legal fees could be given to charity, or back to the taxpayers they were stolen from, saved by a few short pieces of rope. No real American would want to be paid for such effort beyond the basic cost to go there if they needed it because the internal satisfaction of involvement in such an endeavor would be enough.

Leland Yee: Attempted ‘Gunwalker’?

The intent here is not to imply that “gun control” was the main motivation behind Yee’s alleged conspiracy. All indications point to it being all about the money–paying off the $70,000 debt racked up in his failed 2011 San Francisco mayoral campaign, and raising money for his new campaign for Secretary of State (from which position, by the way, he boasted he would be even more valuable to his co-conspirators). In that respect, Yee’s alleged crime was less evil than “Project Gunwalker,” which could only logically have been intended to facilitate massive violence that would in turn be used to justify more draconian gun laws.

FK – Shows what kind of creatures we’re dealing with. This one is just a monster ‘outside the law.’ The real evil is often very ‘legal.’