Posted on Apr 9, 2015
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Not without probable cause and due process.
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MSgt James Mullis
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Even then it is still your personal property and you should be allowed to transfer ownership to another person, sell, or at the very least transfer ownership to a gun dealer for sale. While the government has a duty to protect its citizens, it should not include theft of property.
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Just what constitutes "probable cause" or "due process" for a hostile government to deprive someone else of a God given right?
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The Fox News article states this well: “People keep forgetting the right to keep and bear arms, the Second Amendment, is protected by the U.S. constitution, and private property is protected under the Fifth Amendment,” Kilmer said. “Government cannot take property without just compensation and due process. The great thing is that when it comes to guns, you get protection under both amendments.”

As state and federal governments become more unfriendly to the 2nd amendment, gun owners will have to be willing to take them to court to protect their rights.
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Legally purchased is just that, they were bought legally. The government does not have a right to my firearms.
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I don't think they should! It was legally bought and with your hard earned money. I am almost 100% sure that the ones who attempt to confiscate weapons from us have an entire weapons vault themselves. Selfish....
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