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Reefhound


Mar 3, 2011, 11:55 AM

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Re: [chinagringo] First reported incident on Hwy 57 North of SLP on way to Monterrey

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Well if we are going to parse words, I don't recall anyone ever saying that it was not possible for a weapon manufactured in another country to have come from the USA. So whose rationalization does it shoot holes in?

None of us have all the facts or ever will with regards to what evidence they have recovered or the details to their investigation. What is known is that they have only stated one gun was traced to the U.S. and that it was one of three used in the attack.

I will agree with you that too many guns flow south across the border. I will agree with you that we need to find ways to reduce this. I will not agree to banning legal sales of handguns to qualified citizens. I will not agree to restrictions on handguns that encumber honest citizens and have little or no effect on criminals.

Edit: One has to reply to someone unless starting a new thread. I made a general statement in a reply to you. I never said *you* backed the 90% claim. In your reply to Altahabana, were you making a similar general statement or were you saying he is one of those claiming guns manufactured elsewhere couldn't have come from the U.S.?


(This post was edited by Reefhound on Mar 3, 2011, 12:01 PM)


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