And unless you are a license hunter in a rural wooded area, I don't think that anyone should be firing their guns on their private property.
Again, the government should either pay people the full price for the value of their guns or give them a huge tax break (or let them skip paying property and/or state taxes to cover the value of their guns) if they want to reduce the number of guns available to civilians who legally acquired their guns. If they don't want to pay, then those people should be allowed to keep the guns and ammo that they bought before this type law was passed.The current market price for my target rifle would be about 5000$, and that is not nearly the high end. I don;t think that you have any idea how much money you are taling about. My grandfathers .45 since it was made before WWI would be worth even more. My wifes bumb in the night gun was made in 1897 and is as dealy as anything you can buy today and is a colectors item also but I have no idea what a 1897 Winchester Trench Broom would sell for today. My situation is not unualusal for much of the US, especial rural areas guns are a part of the culture and have been longer that there has been a US
Well considering the fact that I'm not a politician or have any influence over any political leaders, I don't have to learn anything in order to talk about he subject on a message board.Before you proposes changers to peoples legal rights you might want to learn something about the subject you are talking about