Quote of the day—Bear Bussjaeger

Rather than engage in this drug-induced rights infringement, I proposed that, in the spirit of “shall not be INFRINGED,” The National Firearms Act of 1934, Gun Control Act of 1968, and all firearm regulations be repealed, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives be permanently disbanded. All former ATF employees should be investigated for civil rights violations under 18 U.S. Code § 242 – Deprivation of rights under color of law.

Bear Bussjaeger
May 8, 2021
Commenting on the ATF’s NPRM Redefining “Firearm”
[This is part of what he intends to submit as an official comment on the proposed rule change by the ATF.

I would like to think the criminals at the ATF will have an opportunity to enjoy their trial.—Joe]


4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Bear Bussjaeger

  1. Most excellent, sir! I would add neither the ATF or congress has the power to regulate firearms. (shall not be infringed.) But I digress. As they have proven beyond a reasonable doubt. Nothing is more dangerously moronic than self willed retardation. Recreational drugs use aside!
    And on a tech. note. I thought smokeless powder was a flammable solid? not an explosive. And that a rifle worked off action of burn rates. Rather than by act of explosion?
    Also that nothing put on a firearm can made it silent?
    But once again we find. When you give them an inch. They think their rulers.

  2. Powder is a low explosive. But the “Explosives” in BATFE mostly refers to high explosives.

    As for “silencer,” I personally prefer “suppressor” for just that reason. But “silencer” is the official term in US Code.

  3. Nice fantasy. Never going to happen. Once people in power seize power they NEVER give that power up voluntarily or peacefully. Want to be rid of the NFA, the GCA and all the rest of that unconstitutional garbage including BATFEces? Then load up, saddle up and start hunting. Because all that only goes away with the death of a LOT of Federal politicians and bureaucrats.

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