You know GBullet,as much as I'm happy to see a stupid law go away,I fail to see a victory here.All I see is one bunch of lazy people(them) letting a law sunset that happens to benefit some other lazy people(us).I think that we(American gun owners)have all heard about how feeble "our" turnout is at the poles.There is no victory through inaction.
Just my opinion but I'll wait to "celebrate" when a law is actually overturned,say the '86 ban on new civie full auto or that ridiculous "minimum US parts count"nonsense.One I'd like to go for sure & ever is that ridiculous NICS thingy.There are others but you folks understand,yes?
GBullet?Please don't take the above as an insult for it was not intended as such.I've just read literally dozens of celebratory quips today & I feel that most have been written by lazy people(as I am) who just want to celebrate a paper "victory".
Yeah man. If you only fight defensive battles, you will always lose the war.
Time to get this NICS crap (ask the government permission first before buying a firearm) off the books as well. Then the GCA68 as well. The feds have no authority to force a FFL to do anything in relation to a local sale within a state's borders.
And I would certainly like to see those Executive Orders that have been passed here and there get the boot as well.
We all agree that the sunset clause was fortunate and that no "overturning" took place, but there is good news here. In my own conversations with anti's, they each admitted that they had planned a second, far more devastating law as the renewal.