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Melting point laws were/are nothing but "backdoor" gun bans. They serve no purpose other than to prevent citizens from buying budget firearms.
Bingo! It's more elitist Democrat discrimination against poor people. Not everyone can afford expensive guns for self defense (except of course the politicians with armed security at the taxpayer's expense).

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Melting point laws were/are nothing but "backdoor" gun bans. They serve no purpose other than to prevent citizens from buying budget firearms.
Bingo! It's more elitist Democrat discrimination against poor people. Not everyone can afford expensive guns for self defense (except of course the politicians with armed security at the taxpayer's expense).

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And yet, the "poor" people vote Democratic almost every time - go figure.


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They have always been available in Michigan. (MI) 44 Man

Yep, I have a couple different models and Hi-Points are even available all over here in MI.

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