Not unless you want to. A gun purchased that long ago was sold when Americans knew the reality of freedom, and the only “registration” that might exist is the sales receipt your grandfather might have stuffed in an old footlocker somewhere.
Rifles could be bought from the ads found in the back of comic books, fer crying out loud! And they were mailed to your house! Old guns like your grandfather’s are the reason the grabbers can only estimate how many weapons are in the hands of their American servants.
February 16, 2013 at 1:30am
With regard to washing hands before and after playing in the sandbox…never did it when I was a kid, but now that I’m much older and know what those “lumps” in the sand were, I might recommend that a quick check for brown stuff under the nails might be in order.
And Australia could always ban CATS.
February 16, 2013 at 1:18am
If they do, I hope they’ll sell me a Colt Python at a reasonable price before it happens. I saw a couple at a recent gun show with asking prices close to $2,000!
Sure, they’re great firearms, but they’re still revolvers comparable to many others in the $600 range.
Ah, wishes and fishes…
January 29, 2013 at 2:12pm
I smelled a rat when the Empty Chair said he “does skeet” all the time. I’ve been around guns and shooters for a long time, but can’t say I ever recall anyone who shoots skeet ever saying it that way. “I shoot skeet” is most likely the way a person who’s actually done it would describe his activity…