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    Do you read or just start ranting like an idiot?

    This everyone is stupid but us gun fetishists is really old.  You don't read, you don't know anything about the actual proposal and you act like everyone else is an idiot while not knowing the first thing about the actual proposal being discussed.  

    Under current law, people can buy up to 50 pounds of explosive "black powder" with no background check, and can buy unlimited amounts of other explosive powders, such as "black powder substitute" and "smokeless powder."

    Lautenberg's bill would require a background check for the purchase of any of these powders.

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    Now, if you want to whine I only called it black powder, good for you, but it misses the basic point the taggant issue was and is largely about bulk purchases of explosive powder including, yep, black powder.  

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