20th Anniversary Of A Gun Law That Is Nothing More Than A Minor Inconvenience

Oh Brady Law… you so crazy:

I love how they are taking credit for all the false positives in the background check system.

0:47 – Oh noEs.. gun show loophole!

Brady-Campaign-Ban-Assault-ClipsIt’s really awesome how naive they are, like if congress actually all of the sudden demanded background checks on ALL GUN SALES the criminals would be like “Oh damn, I guess we can’t buy guns anymore… that’s really going to put a damper on our livelihood”.

Thoughts?

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Steven M. December 2, 2013 at 10:13 am

First thought through my head: “Why haven’t I heard of Armslist.com before?”

On Armslist.com in less than 10 seconds from 37 seconds into video. Not sure it had the effect they wanted.

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Drapetomanius December 2, 2013 at 12:12 pm

Armslist is the schiznitz. I consider it a political act every time I make an exchange; cut the paper trail and rip the system.

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Porterhaus December 2, 2013 at 03:29 pm

“Democrats and republicans do the unthinkable; they agree on something.”
Wow way to perpetuate bipartisan BS and inject a really biased tone into something instantly.

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drone December 2, 2013 at 05:48 pm

Comments disabled on youtube. Any video that doesn’t allow criticism doesn’t deserve attention.

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Jim P. December 2, 2013 at 08:32 pm

Also the Like/Dislike is disabled as well.

Basically anyone who has ever looked at Brady from a pro-2A side knows it is BS statistics.

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Matt in FL December 2, 2013 at 05:49 pm

That “40%” number was taken from a 1997 report (pdf warning) about a 1993-94 survey of 251 people. The 40% number was actually something like 35% with a +/- of 6%, so it could be as low as 2%9 or as high as 41%. That number included every single gun transfer that did not involve a background check, regardless of source, and included transfers between family members, inheritances, gifts, and “other.” Finally, and most damningly, that survey happened before the NICS system was even put into place, so background checks weren’t necessarily required, even at gun stores. That number was dubious at best when it was fresh, and it’s less than meaningless some 20 years after it took place.

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