On page twenty two of the December 2018 edition of NRA’s Shooting Illustrated, an article titled “Alternative to the Alternative” features FirearmsFriendly.com, our national clone of this Meanwhile, In Montana website! Read the article, share and comment below.
A Red Flag Law is a law that permits police or family members to petition a state court to order the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present a danger to others or themselves. A judge makes the determination to issue the order based on statements and actions made by the gun owner in question. Should Montana consider such a law? Read More at Wikipedia…
Should Montana Institute a Red Flag Law That Allows a Judge to Order Removal of Firearms?
The term itself is prejudiced, and doesn’t allow for honest debate. It frames things within the comforting notion of “control”.
So, for example, protesters and politicians hold rallies calling for “sensible gun control”. We’ve seen it with the March for Our Lives rallies begun by a group of students from Parkland, Florida. They received mountains of attention and nary a worthwhile question from the dinosaur leftist pop media, and the ideological approach was that those who “oppose” their so-called “sensible” or “common sense” gun “controls” are cold-hearted, likely bigoted, reckless troglodytes who simply don’t understand”: More…
Why was Facebook the safest place for private gun owners to buy and sell guns online?
Profiling Buyers and Sellers and Identity
Using Facebook, people could check people out without ever meeting them in person first. You could check out their pictures for identity purposes, timelines for content to see whether you even want to deal with them before meeting in a parking lot, see their friends, pages they follow, etc. Sometimes simply looking at someones timeline might help you decide whether you even want to inquire about the gun. If part of a group, other members can even give a personal referral. If you were an active member of a group, you could see their activities.
Free In-State Criminal Background Check
If a person were to pass your personal profile check first and now you know what they look like, before even contacting them you could check the Montana Correctional Offender Network to find out of they have a felony record in Montana. On Facebook or not, this has helped me personally from selling guns to felons on two occasions over the years.
It is only legal to sell a gun privately to another citizen of Montana. You can see their location and then simply verify it when you meet them by checking their drivers license.
What other factors do you believe made Facebook the safest place online to buy and sell guns privately?
With every tragic event comes calls from some to ban inanimate objects like the AR-15 and other semi-automaticfirearms. What do you think? Should they be banned? Take the poll, share and leave your comments below.
Would you support or oppose a ban on the sale of semi-automatic rifles?