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[–] Thrus2 9 points -5 points (+4|-9) ago 

That is part of the contract that you agree to when buying the guns, there is no shortage of rules for you to read and agree to and then sign saying you read them. In MI some dealers point out to people filling out the forms that they do not say "I agree this is true to the best of my knowledge" they say "I agree this is true". Folks can yell Shall not be infringed! until they are blue in the face, but the truth is that they are already limited and they agreed to those limitations in writing when they made the purchase. If they were so far against them they should have sought alternate means to acquire your firearms or picked ones that have less restrictions on them, you can not say yes it is ok to limit me and then scream that you are being limited while expecting us to not see you as a hypocrite.

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[–] Rellik88 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

That is part of the contract that you agree to when buying the guns,

Only if you buy from an FFL. Gang bangers have no such rules.

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[–] Thrus2 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

If they were so far against them they should have sought alternate means to acquire your firearms

Yes, I covered that. and your specific example is definitely one that will prevent you from getting a letter sent to you.

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

All you said is true. If you buy through an ffl, they explicitly deny if you check 'yes' for that question.

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[–] Thrus2 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Yep it is not a hidden rule most states don't hide the rules for firearms, even if they are not out front ask at a gun shop and they can point you right to them (i mean online though some do have them printed and posted in the store). Most shops have no issue with an informed customer.