Sunday, July 28, 2013

Colorado's new gun legislation is so draconian, they have tied themselves up in knots. Apparently, a background check is required every time a gun changes possession without exception. So the Boulder sheriff's office had to cancel one of those silly gun "buyback" events when they realized they would have to conduct a background check on themselves for every gun turned in.

One of the strict new laws that Colorado recently enacted requires a background check for every transfer of a gun. This would include transfers made from private owners to the sheriffs department, even if the guns are going to be destroyed. Sheriff Pelle informed the community that the system simply isn't set up to be able to conduct so many checks, nor can it work in a remote location outside his offices.

You can't make this stuff up.


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