Buppert: The War On Passive Protection

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Tyrants want their serfs vulnerable.

It’s as simple as that.

Got armor?

Get some:

Patriot Plate

CATI Armor

BulletproofME

Infidel Body Armor

Others?

15 responses to “Buppert: The War On Passive Protection

  1. Different versions of this same bullshit have been introduced for the past few years-and like the previous versions-this one’s got as much chance of passing as the Obama admin deciding the ban on full auto weapons is unconstitutional.
    According to govtrack-
    Prognosis: 0% chance of being enacted
    https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/114/hr378

  2. PS- let’s not forget there were several makers of plates using this bullshit to generate increased sales by claiming the bullshit was going to pass,and ” “Sale-you better get your body armor before the ban”.

    • So G-getter, the Body Armor guys LOBBIED their scoundrel politicians to propose this legislation to help them sell their wares ? The way you see it that scenario you offer must also apply to all the firearms and ammo manufacturers too. I bet those folks lobbied soetoro and Feinstein and Schumer and Boxer and Bloomberg and Soros and hundreds of other scum, to create/offer/propose laws and rules banning guns and ammo ?

      Pal, you need to wake up and smell the gunpowder.

      • Point out where I stated any such nonsense-the people who were using the FALSE claims of “get your plates before the ban” knew damn well the bill had ZERO chance of passing into law,as Rep Honda has introduced the same shit for several years in a row-with the exact same results.

        • G-getter, you made your implications and accusations. You draw the illusions the body armor guys “knew” proposed legislation would not pass into law. In turn, you’re implying they had a relationship with legislators to use legislative scare tactics to help sell body armor.

          Now, have some manners….answer my 1st question of you, above. Don’t ignore questions asked of you and respond with more of your crystal ball bullshit challenging ME to provide for YOU !

          • No,YOU decided for yourself what I meant-I didn’t draw a damn thing-I made no implications or accusations-you are the one who did that.
            I simply stated that makers of plates used this bullshit to generate increased sales by using ads that stated “get your plates before the ban” Whatever delusional bullshit YOU chose to make out of that simple statement is on you.
            I have manners-you don’t-you insinuate some bullshit from a simple statement that said nothing even remotely close to what you claimed it did.
            You are the one with a crystal ball-one that’s malfunctioning- whatever it is it’s causing you to make false assumptions and accuse me of something I never did.
            Read what I posted again-slowly-no sane person is going to come up with the bullshit you did from that statement.

            • G-getter,

              You’re correct. I’m just a raving lunatic who read your attack on legitimate distributors of body armor. I called you on it. You didn’t like it. Too bad.

              Oh, and you never did answer my question. I’m not surprised. You’re too busy articulating your “manners” and your argument with your “bullshit” expletive.

              • Legitimate businesses that advertise by making claims like “get your plates before the ban” when they know damn well there will be no ban?

                • Jim Klein

                  Fair point, but get used to it. Unless your leg is broken or your pocket picked, MYOB. It comes with liberty and responsibility…caveat emptor. Caveat everything.

  3. dyers eve

    Home made ar-500 plates. Undocumented, untraceable.

    Skills are a bitch, huh.

  4. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

  5. Marlo Stanfield

    Thanks! I now have an Austin Texas road trip to do.

  6. Here in the ‘Stan (ct) we’ve had a body armor law
    on the books since ’98 dontcha know:
    By law, it is a class A misdemeanor for anyone convicted of specific felonies or a serious juvenile offense to possess body armor. And, with some exceptions for law enforcement personnel and armed forces members, it is a class B misdemeanor to sell body armor without personally meeting the purchaser. The law defines “body armor” as material designed to be worn on the body and to provide bullet penetration resistance.

    The original law was passed in 1998 (Public Act 98-127)
    By law, it is a class A misdemeanor for anyone convicted of specific felonies or a serious juvenile offense to possess body armor. And, with some exceptions for law enforcement personnel and armed forces members, it is a class B misdemeanor to sell body armor without personally meeting the purchaser. The law defines “body armor” as material designed to be worn on the body and to provide bullet penetration resistance.

    Anyone wanna set up a farmers market body armor stand this summer in CT? How long do you think it would take them to send a comvicted felon our wAy?