tax breaks as long as you give up your guns

Discussion in 'Second Amendment and Legal' started by wheelieryder, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. wheelieryder

    wheelieryder New Member

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    I was made aware of a law that was submitted to the House ways and Means committee

    House resolution 226 would allow for the IRS to "offer" tax breaks for the "voluntary" turning in of firearms

    check out the proposal here:

    HR226
     
  2. 45b

    45b New Member

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    Try and take them away

    To the little men who would try and take them away, I say come ahead, for today is the day one of us will remember for the rest of his life, however short it may be.

    Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin
     
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2013

  3. bhale187

    bhale187 New Member

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    ridiculous


    If it passes I might just go buy a hipoint carbine and turn it in for a $2000 tax break on a $400 gun
     
  4. wheelieryder

    wheelieryder New Member

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    I like that idea, but as everything a liberal thinks up.. This bill is perhaps not very well thought out
     
  5. FrogSwatter

    FrogSwatter New Member

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    I don't see this making much of a difference. Unless crime goes up due to people stealing guns thinking they can turn them in for a tax credit.
     
  6. LCR

    LCR New Member

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    Some more dumb ass ways to spend our much needed money else where, it won't make a bit of difference! All though I like the thought of the $2,000.00 tax brake for a POS cheap gun like my Jennings 22.
     
  7. dutchs

    dutchs New Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Hahahaha....give up my guns. Thats funny:rolleyes: