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And while you’re at it, how about eliminating the $200 NFA tax, too.
Big Al 45, the point of the Bill is that the tax (may ) restrict a citizen from exercising their Constitutional Right to keep and Bear arms, by making them unaffordable to purchase and thereby protect oneself and ones’ property… No such Right for camping, fishing or hunting is annumerated in the Constitution.
BUT, that tax was ONLY on certain items, so for many years hunters and fisherman supported camping and hiking, and those that used our outdoors but did NOT purchase said items were basically freeloaders.
It’s time for a new law, one that makes EVERYONE financially responsible for our outdoors, not just hunters and fishermen