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Never say never, bet allot of people there said it would never happen also. Look at the Yankee states that are now required to register there mean ole terrible assault weapons, or all the states that limit magazine capacity. I can bet allot of people thought these things would never come about either.

Never is a very long time............................................
 

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Over 50 years ago, a friend of mine had an older brother stationed in Pearl
Harbor and he had to register a single shot .22lr to keep the vermin running
that state happy so this is nothing new at all.
 

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in order to put a gun owner in a data base, you have to know who is a gun owner.

how are they going to know you own a gun ?
When us old timers die and the next generation wants to buy one. This is aimed at a long term strategy to get rid of guns.
 
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Over 50 years ago, a friend of mine had an older brother stationed in Pearl
Harbor and he had to register a single shot .22lr to keep the vermin running
that state happy so this is nothing new at all.
Hawaii is not a very gun friendly state... and has a long history of such. :(
 

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Lived in HI before MS... Gun owners were already registered.

Brought a pistol when I moved to HI, had 3 (maybe 5) business days to register with HPD.

If memory serves...
You wanted to buy a firearm, need to take a certification/class. Certificate was good for 1 year for up to 3 firearms. Go to gun store; Pay for firearm; Store holds firearm-While you register with police dept.; go back to store to pick up firearm.
If you wanted to take possession of a firearm (inherited, person to person sale). police is still involved.
 
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