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11/22/2017 10:05:29 PM
Posted: 8/21/2004 12:41:29 PM EST
Like short barreled rifles and such.



Maybe we can get this changed under Ballantine?
Link Posted: 8/21/2004 2:32:07 PM EST
This is what I posted. www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=1&f=5&t=265954

Great comment by one memeber. - Funny how the media says there are no WMD's in Iraq but 2 cases of it found in a month in North Carolina.-
Link Posted: 8/21/2004 8:21:15 PM EST
Some states consider a bomb/IED as a weapon of mass destruction.

I think in KY, a CCL legally allows the holder to conceal a weapon of mass destruction.
Link Posted: 8/22/2004 4:52:32 AM EST
because the sheeple are manipulated by the mass media into thinking that anything in today's time is dangerous and terrifying.

and then you have the gun grabers.........

'nough said......
Link Posted: 8/22/2004 7:09:16 AM EST

Originally Posted By CRC:
Like short barreled rifles and such.



Maybe we can get this changed under Ballantine?




NC's statute defining full auto, sawed-off shotguns, SBRs, etc. as Weapons of Mass Destruction has been in place for MANY years, since long before the Patriot Act or the current media frenzy.
I don't have an annotated copy of the General Statutes handy, but IIRC the original statute was passed not long after the National Firearms Act was passed by Congress in 1934.
Link Posted: 8/22/2004 11:30:00 AM EST
Saw that in the paper this weekend myself. Who knew a sawed-off was the same as a nuke???
Link Posted: 8/26/2004 3:55:23 PM EST

Originally Posted By NCCop:

Originally Posted By CRC:
Like short barreled rifles and such.



Maybe we can get this changed under Ballantine?




NC's statute defining full auto, sawed-off shotguns, SBRs, etc. as Weapons of Mass Destruction has been in place for MANY years, since long before the Patriot Act or the current media frenzy.
I don't have an annotated copy of the General Statutes handy, but IIRC the original statute was passed not long after the National Firearms Act was passed by Congress in 1934.



But it used to be any S-A or Automatic with 31 or more rounds was a machine gun and required a simple sheriff permit, except full auto.

We need this changed. Only businessmen can possess selective fire.

CRC
Link Posted: 8/26/2004 4:14:46 PM EST
This law was passed 1st in 1969:

1969, c. 869, s. 1; 1975, c. 718,
ss. 6, 7; 1977, c. 810; 1983, c. 413, ss. 1, 2; 1993, c. 539, s.
1228; 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 24, s. 14(c); 2001-470, s. 3.)
Link Posted: 8/26/2004 5:15:34 PM EST
The machinegun law was passed in 1933 and amended in 1989 to match the Fed's definition:

1933, c. 261, s.
1; 1959, c. 1073, s. 2; 1965, c. 1200; 1989, c. 680, s. 1; 1993,
c. 539, s. 1243; 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 24, s. 14(c); 1999-456, s.
33(b).)

There are two different laws in NC governing automatic weapons.


CRC
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