What if Biden bans ARs and semi autos?

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  1. Fargo2

    Fargo2 Well-Known Member

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    Will the value of them go up?
     
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    Only if u, sell them on Gang Bangers.com
     
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    Who wants a gun that has been banned ? The prices will be ground low.
     
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    Flyersarebest Moderator Founding Member Forum Leader

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    Sure will be a LOT of boating accidents.
     
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    BRAD DYSINGER The Philosophist Member Trapshooting Hall of Fame Member State Hall of Fame Founding Member

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    Yes especially when they send someone to pick them up.
     
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    Banning all semi autos and AR's won't be much of a hassle for biden and dems but the problem is enforcing the law. Door to door check will only end in violence on both sides.
     
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    Why would the most popular rifle in America go up in value? In order for something to go up in value, it has to be either rare or one of a kind. If anything I've seen ARs go down in value. I know some folks will use the '86 MG ban as an example for how guns go up in value, but I don't feel that's the case here. Machine guns prior to the ban were nowhere near as popular as ARs have become. Personally I don't get the obsession with the AR on both sides of the argument, but then again I'm an AK guy so that's probably why. :D
     
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    The Phantom Village Idiot Village Idiot Forum Leader

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    The value found in an AR is not in its retail or resale cost, but in its functional efficiency.
     
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    The Phantom Village Idiot Village Idiot Forum Leader

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    I've done my best to try to forget about all of that old stuff. But, I'll promise you this, if I had one of the real ones in my hands again, it wouldn't take me long to remember how to make it go bang. I could even make it go bang a bunch of times.
     

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