99% Of New Zealanders Are Refusing To Surrender Their Firearms

“These weapons are unlikely to be confiscated by police because they don’t know of their existence,” Philippa Yasbek of Gun Control NZ admitted. “These will become black-market weapons if their owners choose not to comply with the law and become criminals instead.”

Combat Shooter's HandbookI suspect that something similar will happen when New Mexico’s local background check gets rolling.

Without a doubt, I will be a criminal when the time comes for us. And those of you that don’t…well, you will get what you deserve. It’s called Willie Nelson’s 3rd Law of Karma.  — jtl, 419

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New Zealand suffered a great tragedy with their mosque shooting. But they overcorrected and thought that gun bans were the right course of action. Turns out the lawful gun owners did not feel the same, as most of them decided that they would keep their guns.

The New Zealand Prime Minister quickly proved that guns were not her forte.

Reconnaissance Marine MCI 03.32f: Marine Corps InstituteThe guns used in these terrorist attacks had important distinguishing features,” Prime Minister Ardern said at a press conference in Wellington. “First, big capacity, and also their delivery. They had the power to shoot continuously, but they also had large capacity magazines.”

Contrary to that description, the guns used by the perpetrator of the mosque attacks, which killed 50 people, did not “shoot continuously.” They were semi-automatic rifles, meaning they fired once per trigger pull. And while Ardern referred to “important distinguishing features,” the only one she mentioned (twice) was “big capacity,” which is a characteristic of the magazine rather than the gun itself.”

A Handbook for Ranch Managers Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualEnvironmental & Natural Resource Economics: The Austrian ViewShe is just another uninformed politician making bad policy. Since the Ban, very few gun owners have come forward.

As of last week, only around 700 weapons had been turned over. There are an estimated 1.5 million guns—with an unknown number subject to the new prohibition on semiautomatic firearms—in the country overall.

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“These weapons are unlikely to be confiscated by police because they don’t know of their existence,” Philippa Yasbek of Gun Control NZ admitted. “These will become black-market weapons if their owners choose not to comply with the law and become criminals instead.”

They SHOULD hold on to them. Guns can be tools of defense. Law-abiding citizens are not going to use them for anything more than personal defense or hunting. They should never have been banned in the first place. Good for them standing up to an overbearing government that plans to leave them defenseless.


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1 Response to 99% Of New Zealanders Are Refusing To Surrender Their Firearms

  1. Reblogged this on Land & Livestock International, Inc. and commented:

    I guess I’m gonna have to go back to my favorite question that I asked most frequently back during the Bareback Yomamma days: “Did I hear someone say, ‘there ain’t a dime’s worth of difference between any of them.’” — jtl, 419


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