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And now, for some good news...

http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2010/Introduced/HB0095.pdf

With more states seeing the light (or shining enough of it on that old document to be able to read what it says), there's got to be some opportunities opening up for people with good machining / mechanical engineering skills in these states.

In addition to the obviously increased opportunity for anyone to live a freer and more civilized life, of course.

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SteveMT's picture

Montana got it done last year and now the feds are ...

pissed-off about it.
We need to join forces for liberty in the face of tyranny, especially on the firearms issue.

What is made and stays in a state, is the business of only that state including guns.

Thats excellent

Reminds me of how Southwest Airlines first started by running routes only within Texas so as to avoid federal regulations, thus allowing them to pass on the best prices to Texans statewide!