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Basil Fishbone

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Fort Bliss soldiers told to register private guns
« on: July 09, 2009, 12:31:59 pm »

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=100151

WND Exclusive WEAPONS OF CHOICE
Fort Bliss soldiers told to register private guns
Document requires off-post troops to reveal ownership of firearms
Posted: June 05, 2009
12:00 am Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2009 WorldNetDaily


Another major U.S. military base is requiring soldiers who live off the premises to provide descriptions, serial numbers, calibers, makes and models of any of the guns they own privately, and do not take onto the premises of the installation.

According to a copy of a "Weapons Registration Form" submitted to WND by a soldier from Fort Bliss in Texas, the soldiers have to provide their own information including Social Security number, a physical description and addresses and telephone numbers, along with the serial number, type, action, make, caliber, finish, location stored, model, overall length and barrel description of each weapon they own.

Base public information officer Jean Offutt told WND that registration of privately owned weapons is suggested and recommended, but there's no enforcement procedures available to the military if someone chooses not to submit that off-post information. ...<snip>...
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Re: Fort Bliss soldiers told to register private guns
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2009, 12:38:33 pm »

Well of course the big O wants to know who has a private stash among his warriors. 

Aren't Vets just ripe for terrorist pickins? Ya know it says a lot about a regime when the reining dictator democratically elected President and friends are concerned about their own forces turning on them.
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Re: Fort Bliss soldiers told to register private guns
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2009, 08:57:42 am »

I'm wondering if this is a mis-report or a new item. This happened at Ft Campbell a few months ago, with the base stating the order was issued by an overzealous officer.
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Re: Fort Bliss soldiers told to register private guns
« Reply #3 on: July 10, 2009, 09:52:54 am »

Same ole same ole.

1) Issue order
2) Enforce compliance
3) Apologize once all info has been gathered

This was an isolated event.  They do this one base at a time so they can say that. :tinfoil:
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Re: Fort Bliss soldiers told to register private guns
« Reply #4 on: July 10, 2009, 10:33:23 am »

One way to head these incidents off would be to contact the PAO at the major bases and ask if, in light of the Ft. Campbell and Ft. Bliss incidents, if this is an Army wide plan with Campbell and Bliss as trial balloons. Be sure to mention a possible congressional investigation. :)

I can tell you from experience, the last thing the brass at any base wants is a Congressman digging through their business. The mere hint of that possibility will get a CG in high gear. I think I will contact Senators Cornyn and Hutchinson on this issue, and thier Oaths to the Constitution. They support our troops, right?
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