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The History of Gun Control – FULL LENGTH


Dateline: 09/26/99
When did this whole gun control debate start?
It could have started shortly after November 22, 1963 when evidence in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy increased public awareness to the relative lack of control over the sale and possession of firearms in America. Indeed, until 1968, handguns, rifles, shotguns, and ammunition were commonly sold over-the-counter and through mail-order catalogs and magazines to just about any adult anywhere in the nation.
However, America’s history of  regulating private ownership of firearms goes back much farther. In fact, all the way back to…
1791
The Bill of Rights, including the Second Amendment – “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” gains final ratification.
1837
Georgia passes a law banning handguns. The law is ruled unconstitutional and thrown out.
1865
In a reaction to emancipation, several southern states adopt “black codes” which, among other things, forbid black persons from possessing firearms.
1871
The National Rifle Association (NRA) is organized around its primary goal of improving American civilians’ marksmanship in preparation for war.
1927
Congress passes a law banning the mailing of concealable weapons.
1934
The National Firearms Act of 1934 regulating only fully automatic firearms like sub-machine guns is approved by Congress.
1938
The Federal Firearms Act of 1938 places the first limitations on selling ordinary firearms. Persons selling guns are required to obtain a Federal Firearms License, at an annual cost of $1, and to maintain records of the name and address of persons to whom firearms are sold. Gun sales to persons convicted of violent felonies were prohibited.
Gun control and what it leads to;  put yourself back when in North America how free it was. What years notice how the media trains you and will not touch interesting topics take note of codex vitamin control take note of everything in your life.   Notice how everything is terrorists, money, oil, drugs, Patriot Act or other acts.

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