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Comment by Ed Price
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You don't have any guns, even if you seem to. You might, if government has joint ownership in your property with you. To government it is guns and firearms. To you it's your property. The owner gets to decide what it is called - firearms, guns, or property. Being your property, you have property rights in the 4th Amendment. You also have rights regarding property in the 1st and 9th Amendments. In addition, when talking to government, you are not a person. You are a man or woman. If you call your property guns or firearms when talking to government, you have just given up some rights to your property. Maybe you need to rescind your signature off documents. Maybe you need to re-send the document signed, "non-assumpsit, (your signature)." Maybe we all need to start learning basic law, which is not legal law necessarily.

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