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[–] CatManDew 9 points -7 points (+2|-9) ago 

Prohibits individuals from taking another Amish persons photos... I would assume that the gun shop he visited has security cameras; which would make his reason for not getting a photo ID moot.

Besides that fact, does he really think he stands a chance winning this suit, given all the fucked up shit that has been happening with shootings?

Yeah he has a right to bear arms, but if he really thinks he can hold his religion responsible for not requiring a photo ID, then tough titties.


[–] jeegte12 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Yeah he has a right to bear arms, but if he really thinks he can hold his religion responsible for not requiring a photo ID, then tough titties.

this is awful. you said it yourself, it's a right. do you always ask your big daddy government for permission when you want to exercise your rights? do you call the local courthouse to request a permit to make a contentious post or comment?


[–] CatManDew 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago 

Yeah he has a right if he provides the right information. Just like how you have a right to drive, if you complete the required training and have the right information. Otherwise you'd have a bunch of fucks driving around with no license or insurance.

He has already been photographed before, saying you refuse to b/c of your religion/belief is just stupid. Sorry if prefer the majority of people to go thru the "system" on obtaining a gun; sure there are ways around it, but doesn't mean the current system is wrong.


[–] Womb_Raider 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago  (edited ago)

He can just go to a gun show in some states and buy a gun without ID that way. Straw Man purchases or something I believe it's called. So... a lot of people can get guns without proper ID.

I'm not explicitly wrong, I just don't know the laws intimately.


[–] Rebel_Ratel 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Straw man purchase is an individual buying a firearm from a dealer after passing the background check with the intent of reselling it to another person. It is illegal.

When purchasing a firearm at a dealer during a gun show requires the same background check as standing in the store.

You might be referring to private sales of personal property, but since you don't seem to know exactly what you are talking about I can't be sure.


[–] Kar98 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago  (edited ago)

You are retarded.

If you buy a gun from any licensed seller, whether it's at a gun show or a gun store, you'll need to fill out form 4473 and go through the background check. That applies in all states.

A straw man purchase is if you buy a gun for somebody else who (exceptions apply, like as a present for your wife and the like) doesn't expect to pass the background check.

Obviously you can buy a gun from somebody who owns it and isn't a dealer, a private purchase. But if you think criminals are going to gun shows to buy their guns there, you're silly.