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Was Hitler Really a Fan of Gun Control?
Oct 26, The regulations to implement this law, rather than the law itself, did Carson then goes on to say that the lack of guns allowed the Nazis to.
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Near the outset of his rant on Piers Morgan Tonight on Monday, conspiracy peddler Alex Jones warned that the Second Amendment is all that stands between democracy and dictatorship. Of course, attempts to equate gun control with fascism are bogus. Or, you can persist in a failed strategy, and accept your own extinction. Rifle and shotgun possession were deregulated, and gun access for hunters, Nazi Party members, and government officials was expanded. The legal age to own a gun was lowered. Jews, however, were prohibited from owning firearms and other dangerous weapons. Gun ownership in Germany after World War I, even among Nazi Party members, was never widespread enough for a serious civilian resistance to the Nazis to have been anything more than a Tarantino revenge fantasy.
Pro-gunners argue that he disarmed the Jews before attempting to exterminate them, but gun control advocates say that he did not ban guns. So, which is it? Who is right? They both are…sort of. Under these regulations, anyone in possession of a firearm or ammunition was subject to five years in prison and a , mark fine. However, fear and tensions rose, and on August 7, , the government also put in place the Law on the Disarmament of the People. The strict gun laws lasted until when the National Socialists and Communists enacted the Law on Firearms and Ammunition which relaxed gun restrictions and began using a firearm licensing scheme that allowed Germans to possess firearms.