What's the point of owning REGISTERED guns, the government will come take it from you if shit hits the fan and you will either hand them back or ...

What's the point of owning REGISTERED guns, the government will come take it from you if shit hits the fan and you will either hand them back or die
If you're a prepper you should only own illegal firearms

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    yeah

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Guns aren't registered (officially) in the US though

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Now that i think about it arent owning bullets also superfluous in case of a home invasion, an affixed bayonet can kill the invader and when your point your gun towards him he'll be scared enough

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I can easily lie and say I sold them off or destroyed them and if they don’t believe you then I can just bug out to a safe zone , also here’s some advice ( bury at least one rifle and or handgun, bury it under the corner of a metal fence that way they can’t find it with a metal detector, also do it the proper way and use plastic or other preservation methods to keep the ammo and the gun/guns functional and clean for shtf )

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >the government will come take it from you if shit hits the fan
    not in a widespread manner. they don't have the resources to collect or records to know who has what guns, only (and this is if they break the law and make a digitally searchable catalog of 4473s) who HAD what guns. I've bought and sold plenty of guns without transacting a 4473 and so they would think it have guns I don't and wouldn't know to search for guns they don't know about. I've also made a few from parts kits, which don't have a paper trail at all.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I’m absolutely certain three letter agencies have digitized searchable gun records, all in the name of anti domestic-terrorism.
      I bet they’re linked to any and all aliases, social media posts, frequent associations, interests or hobbies, dates of when certain keywords were searched in search engines, if any protests were attended, concealed carry permits, work and social routines, political affiliations, religious ideology, amounts of ammo purchased with dates, plus any other pertinent information.
      It’s probably all analyzed by some predictive AI system that tracks any deviation and logs “antisocial” behavior.
      Maybe it’s called “Fedbook” too.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        They don't. It all has to go back to the 4473 which is a de-facto registration. They can go to any local gun shops and look at all the records to see if you bought anything. Obviously that's not a great way but if they find one, and have their reason to confiscate plus yoir refusal to surrender it, they can serve a warrant and confiscate anything they find. You'll know what's up though because I don't know a judge who would issue a warrant without a consent search or consensual surrender being at least attempted.

        But only states with explicit registries have registries, and only law enforcement can access them not gun shops. It is something any cop or dispatcher can check as a heads up, same with CCW in any state.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Where are these paper copies the ATF has? When a gunstore closes down, they have to give the ATF the 4473 forms, right?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Unfortunately I think you’re right about this one. Throw in also every bit of unencrypted communications you’ve ever sent, cell phone location data, credit card records, etc.
        Post 9/11, given many billion dollar budgets, next to no oversight, and a mentality of “never again”, why wouldn’t you build this?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Why wouldn’t you build this?
          That was my thinking as well. If people have the power to do something, they most always will.
          Thinking back to the Edward Snowden leaks, it seemed like the NSA had back doors to anything and everything digital.
          Why not build a clandestine “social credit score” and log all the information they can about citizens?

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Fuck ya mudda

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Fuck ya mudda

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Fuck ya mudda

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I lost all my registered guns in a freak boating accident

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      That's ok. We have a trained Scooba team that can pick them up

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Government workers are not as effective as you think.

  9. 1 month ago
    Sieg Heil

    I pay my taxes, and register all my guns and only watch the mainstream media for news

    The government and the wealthy billionaires that they are funded by have my best interest in mind. I’ll continue to pay rent to black rock, donate to the israelites in Israel, salute soldiers and be a good goyim

    I will work not for minimum wage and never demand more so the billionaires aren’t made uncomfortable, the g5 is less featured than the g6

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Not even in the off chance that SHTF, but if someone red flags you, files a restraining order, you get a domestic violence charge, or you get wrongfully committed to a mental institution (rare unless you're suicidal, in which case yeah your guns probably should be taken). So a place like California if your spiteful ex files a restraining order on you, or people who don't like you decide to red flag you, the state comes knocking for those specific guns. If you don't surrender them they'll serve a warrant. Yeah do not register anything you're not willing to hand over, buy them out of state if your state has a registration otherwise those are your "hand over" guns. The ones you give up while you keep others well hidden.

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