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    Way to go Arizona

    After reading LA police chief is shutting down gun stores...from our governor in Arizona;

    https://www.nraila.org/articles/2020...xecutive-order

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    Several other states have also done that - including two with Democratic Governors!
    https://www.kunc.org/post/are-gun-sh...-live#stream/0

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    Well that's nice. So we ignore the violation of the first amendment by governors?
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    People may as well turn in their guns tomorrow, the way the population is just rolling over and playing dead every time a governor opens its mouth. They're proving by the minute that even with a heavily armed population, they can do whatever they like.

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    If I can ever retire its going to be in AZ
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    My link was to show how many states have ALSO designated gun shops as "essential".

    Illinois (Dem Gov), Connecticut (Dem) and Ohio (Rep) have listed gun shops and dealers as "essential", as did Rhode Island (Dem, but closed shooting ranges). Pennsylvania (Dem) at first ordered them closed, but allowed them to re-open under pressure (but not an order) from the State Supreme Court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len View Post
    If I can ever retire its going to be in AZ
    Come on down.


 

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