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Fwd: trigger locks on public weapons




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Date: Tue, 29 Dec 1998 17:23:38 -0800
To: [email protected]
From: Vinnie Moscaritolo <[email protected]>
Subject: Fwd: trigger locks on public weapons

> Date: Tue, 29 Dec 1998 17:22:51 -0800
> To: [email protected]
> From: Vinnie Moscaritolo <[email protected]>
> Subject: trigger locks on public weapons
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> congratulations on your move to force the MA legislators to eat their
> dogfood by placing trigger locks on the Besses in the state house.. I am
> an ex resident of the People's Democratik Socialist Commonwealth of
> Massachusetts and was recently visiting the Rude bridge in Concord,
> showing my wife the very place where America started.  I happened to
> visit the museum at the bridge and noticed that that there were three
> functional Brown Besses in display, and non of them were properly locked.
> I was appalled to see this, after all this is a place where many visitors
> come to see where freedom started, where the Colonists stood against the
> king who only wished to protect them by confiscating their guns.. and to
> find that the weapons displayed there were did not comply with the law of
> the day quite dismayed me.. but I thought that if I informed the folks at
> GOAL you might be able to contact the propler authorities and set things
> straight..
>
> good luck my brothers..


Vinnie Moscaritolo
http://www.vmeng.com/vinnie/
Fingerprint: 3F903472C3AF622D5D918D9BD8B100090B3EF042
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