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    Quote Originally Posted by dwillHK View Post
    That's probably because it's not a HK specific topic. HK Talk is for talking about HK related items.
    I would actually consider this topic FAR more HK specific and relevant to the HK lineup of products than 99% of the topics discussed in "HK Talk". It literally defines what HK may or may not do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baljar View Post
    I would actually consider this topic FAR more HK specific and relevant to the HK lineup of products than 99% of the topics discussed in "HK Talk". It literally defines what HK may or may not do.

    The law applies equally to Beretta, FN, Sig, and others. Gun owners and gun makers in Europe are all going to be affected, and it's not clear that HK is going to be more or less affected. Regardless of what people think about the relevance of the other "99%", this is most likely why it was moved.

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    I am going to go out on a limb here and look at this from a different perspective. My guess based on various discussions, germans mainly, my daughter lives there so happen to know a few gun lovers. The influx of new folks within the EU and there is causing some concern that people need to be tracked in terms of gun purchases or to keep them from buying.

    A little too late, due to the influx of people and since the majority of illegal gun purchases come from the eastern countries that had them in warehouses, with some countries still making them. Open borders within countries also doesn't help anyone.

    All of you are correct, regulating lawful gun ownership, does nothing to curve illegal purchases and gives the advantage to those criminals and terrorists that will obtain them anyway.

    I really don't get the whole, guns are bad mentality vs. changing the social and economic issues they've created.

    Once rights start being eroded, it will be a process of attrition.

    ok, off my soapbox.

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    This is the least of Europe's worries. The continent will be majority Muslim by the end of this century. France and the Netherlands sooner than that. When Sharia becomes the law of the land there all bets are off.

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    Love the logic. Flood of refugees, less guns. Stay safe and enjoy being a subject.

    I would hope that the people value freedom too much to go down this slippery slope here in the states. I'll never turn mine in regardless or register.

    I worry about the next generations values, but hope we can keep the courts and states red for years to come!

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    Hey, that means the terrorists can't get guns either, right? I feel safer already. We've been putting off going back to Europe for some time... I'm gonna go book our flight-NOT!

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