When a gun is not registered, how does that matter?
We should ask that question when a gun owner wants to make an illegal purchase, even if the gun is registered, argues Arizonans Elder Law attorney and Gun Owners of America board member, Chuck Arneson.
The problem is, no one knows.
We don’t have any data to go off of, because the law doesn’t even specify what constitutes a valid gun purchase.
We also don’t know the rules for buying a gun illegally, because we don’t actually have any of the rules to enforce them.
And the law does not specify what would constitute a violation of the law, so the problem is that the law is a total sham, Arnesman argues.
The Arizona gun law is one of the most blatantly anti-gun laws in the country.
It gives guns to felons, those who commit crimes, fugitives, those convicted of crimes and anyone else who can’t be traced.
In Arizona, a person who has committed a crime can buy a gun, and a convicted felon can buy it.
But it’s illegal for anyone else to buy a firearm.
So what does it mean to be “a felon” in Arizona?
It means that the person can’t purchase a gun for someone else, or it means that someone convicted of a crime cannot purchase a firearm, even one registered to them.
The law says that anyone who is not a U.S. citizen can not buy a rifle or shotgun, and anyone who has been convicted of domestic violence can not purchase a shotgun.
Arnesson says that it’s clear that the intent behind the law was to keep people from buying guns legally, and he said the law isn’t working.
Arnson is a member of the Gun Law Reform Action Network (GLAN), a nonpartisan organization that advocates for gun laws and opposes gun control.
He said he believes that the Arizona law has a lot of loopholes, because it’s not specific about what is considered a “good” or “bad” purchase.
“I think it’s a total failure,” Arnesen said.
“The reason we are here is because we need to understand the actual intent behind this law.
It’s not going to stop a bad person from getting a gun.”
What’s the definition of a “bad person” in the Arizona gun laws?
There’s no specific definition, but it could mean someone who has served time, is mentally ill, has a criminal history, has been committed to a mental institution, or has been on the FBI’s most wanted list.
What does that mean?
“If someone is on the most wanted FBI list, that person can get a gun and then the person who is on that list can buy that gun,” said Arnesons Gun Law reform attorney, Josh Levin.
“If you are on the list, you can’t buy that firearm unless you are a convicted criminal, so you can be arrested for an offense that the FBI thinks you committed, and then you can buy the firearm that you were arrested for.”
If you are not a convicted offender, and you’re not on the “most wanted” list, how is that a “crime”?
The only way a convicted person could get a firearm is if they are convicted of some felony.
The reason that people are getting guns in Arizona is because they have felony convictions, but they also can have non-felony convictions.
If you’re convicted of an offense like driving while intoxicated or driving while a fugitive, or committing a minor misdemeanor, you’re still prohibited from purchasing a gun.
How long does it take to get a new gun?
Arnes on Gun Law Rights and the “Good Guys” Law: The problem with this law is that it doesn’t make any sense, Arnsons Gun Rights and Gun Control co-chair, Chuck Levin said.
There’s a lot that’s in there that’s not there.
The good guys law was put in place in 1999 and it has been in effect since.
That’s been around since then, but there’s a whole lot of other laws in there.
We think it is a complete, total failure, because that’s what the Arizona people were hoping to get rid of.
Arnersons Gun Control Action Network said that the most important aspect of this law are the rules, which are extremely vague.
The definition of “bad guy” is really, really vague, and if you don’t follow it, then you’re going to be fined.
Arnden said that even if a person were to get caught, it’s really hard to get them to comply.
You have to have a court order.
If they don’t comply, you go to prison, and it’s up to the judge to determine if that person will be held accountable for that, he said.
And if they don