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Patriots Say No

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Gear + Kits
December 17, 2018
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Patriots of New Jersey have blatantly stated they won't comply with the new law banning magazines that hold more than ten rounds. On message boards and social media platforms alike, patriots have taken to calling the ban both unconstitutional and unenforceable. Both of those answers would be about one hundred and twenty percent correct, maybe 119.999999 percent right. But either way, they couldn't be more right in both arguments.First off, how are you going to find all of those magazines? Were they registered when they were purchased? Highly doubt it. People like always when things are banned or made illegal will find a way. We have no further to look than the drug and alcohol prohibition...nobody drank during prohibition and of course, nobody here in the United States ever does drugs (we're being facetious of course).The act of signing this just told the gun owners of New Jersey that the government doesn't trust them. Seems like a problem to us.That's ok though, last time we checked, Americans didn't need permission nor do they ask permission to have their rights or did we miss the whole purpose and actions behind that revolution we fought against the worlds largest empire and (for argument's sake) a superpower in that time period?


Patriots of New Jersey have in one unified voice told the government,"No, we don't feel like complying. Good luck making us."The best part of this whole ordeal is that there is legitimately no plan on how to implement nor confiscate other than literally going door to door of every single house in New Jersey and tearing the homes apart. I'm going to go out on a limb and say this will not be happening.Can you imagine how tired the judge signing the warrants will be? He'll get carpal tunnel syndrome in like, an hour or two.

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