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Do you think the NFA Act should be abolished?

No, it should be stricter, no NFA weapons at all.
18 %18 %18 %
18.40% (237)

No, the current restrictions and taxes are fine.
7 %7 %7 %
7.45% (96)

Yes, abolish it, treat NFA items like other guns.
74 %74 %74 %
74.15% (955)
Comment made by Chuck on 2015-09-25 19:03:38
Laws only effect Law abiding citizens.

Comment made by Paul on 2015-09-26 23:35:12
There were no problems with NFA type firearms prior until the government created the problem of prohibition, FDR used this to restrict citizens from owning military style firearms.

Comment made by on 2015-09-27 12:59:45
Bonnie and Clyde stole their automatic weapons from a national guard armory, a prison and any police they killed. And they accumulated quite a pile. There were no mass shootings or civil uprisings of the people during that era. Machine guns actually were a catalog ordered item that nobody could afford - meaning you had to pay for it, order it, then pick it up to actually own one. Criminals ain't got no time for all that..! Only the lawful try to obey laws - criminals will try to steal whatever they want from wherever it is. Making ownership of an automatic weapon illegal turns the otherwise law-abiding owner into a criminal. Shouldn't we punish criminal activity (the actual commission of a crime) rather than the possession of an inanimate object? NFA was a knee-jerk reaction to armed bootleggers shooting each other over territorial claims. The police that confronted these criminals were, most often, better armed. Very few non-criminal citizens and police officers were killed with automatic weapons.

Comment made by Harold on 2015-09-28 14:17:51
99.9 % of the civilian population has never heard "free range" gunfire on a City street, and fewer still have ever heard, let-alone witnessed, live machine gun fire. Most of what law-enforcement and the public know about full auto weapons they learn by watching TV and movies as "entertainment"!

Comment made by Kelly on 2015-09-28 17:38:45
I am conflicted. I say it should be abolished for those of us who are veterans/law enforcement and others with a clue, but I cringe at the thought of hillbilly Joe Six-Pack, Mohammad Abdul Hadji or Shinequa Lawaanda owning them. I am a firearms instructor who teaches 15-25 nitwits a week who take my course. Trust me, if I could screen out the knuckleheads and not teach them I would. Unfortunately though, I work for a company so I can't pick and choose who I teach... all I can do is teach them the best to my ability and hope they don't shoot me or some innocent and I am glad my company has good insurance. There are a lot of scary folks out there. No... there are a lot of stupid folks out there. There are a lot of people who shouldn't carry guns, any guns, especially machine guns. Some people are just too stupid. But I say some of us should be able to get them a lot easier. Boo Yah!!

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