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 Couple of questions about the mag ban 
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I would say first off, don’t ask questions like this on an open forum that anyone can read.

What two consenting adults discus prior to the sale is on them. I say focus on mags now and not guns or ammo until after WeArEfOoKeD 1st 2022. Buy mags for what you think you may buy later. I have mags for so many guns and if I never use them, I’m sure I can figure something out. I just dropped $300 on walther mags for a Q4 SF. No funds now, but I will soon.

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Thu May 12, 2022 7:04 pm
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Yes, I'm buying a ridiculous numbers of mags and have no interest in being some prosecutors test case.

I asked the question because in the debate in the legislature libs supporting the bill said it only targeted stores and would not prevent private transfers. That was their excuse for voting down amendments that would have clarified that. And yes the language actually reads very differently.

But if we could get a non enforcement opinion from the AG stating that a private person like me wouldn't be prosecuted per the intent of the bill...


Fri May 13, 2022 5:25 pm
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They can not prosecute what they do not know. I only see adherance to this in the liberal counties. The rest of law enforcement has real work to do.


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hkhnm wrote:
But if we could get a non enforcement opinion from the AG stating that a private person like me wouldn't be prosecuted per the intent of the bill...


Perhaps you aren’t familiar with Washington’s AG…?

Go by what the law says, not what the legislators said during the debate.

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MadPick wrote:
hkhnm wrote:
But if we could get a non enforcement opinion from the AG stating that a private person like me wouldn't be prosecuted per the intent of the bill...


Perhaps you aren’t familiar with Washington’s AG…?

Go by what the law says, not what the legislators said during the debate.


Surprised this needs to be stated.

They’ll say anything to get it passed, especially if it makes gun owners complacent.

If anyone thinks any of these laws aren’t an effort to eliminate your 2A rights, I don’t know what to tell you…


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