Why British Gun Control Failed during the Revolutionary War and why it will certainly faill again when We the People stand up to defend the U.S. Constitution.
January 5, 2013
Comments by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
The anti gun zealots in today’s congress are about to cross a line.
Why do you suppose it was called the American Revolutionary War and not the British Revolutionary War?
Simple, their attempts a confiscating American weapons failed and it will fail again.
Should they choose to do so, they will find that today’s Americans will refuse to relinquish their weapons and any serious attempt at confiscation will be met with a blizzard of hot flying lead.
Looking back, the Brits understood they would not prevail against an armed America, thus they decided upon gun control.
Therefore, two days after Lord Dartmouth dispatched his disarmament recommendation, King George III and his ministers blocked importation of arms and ammunition to America.
Read literally, the order merely required a permit to export arms or ammunition from Great Britain to America. In practice…
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