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It's Not The Law: A History of non-Existent Gun Laws

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Join us this evening as Wayne Barbuto joins the show to discuss the fraudulent gun laws that are currently in place and those they are trying to pass on state and federal level.

What would you do if you found out that all the gun laws that have been passed were null and void?  That your compliance with those laws is considered voluntary?

Wayne has written several extensively documented and resourced books the newest of which is “Its Not The Law”!

Click here to purchase:   Its Not The Law!

Included in this book is the chapter on “The true objective of gun control“.

The ATF is a private foreign corporation headquartered in Puerto Rico…..just like the IRS.

Bio: Wayne Frank Barbuto

 

I have little formal education, which has proven to be an advantage, considering the dumbing down process used in the government schools.

I am a Craftsman and Prototype Machinist with over 40-years experience, and owned my own machine shop for over 20-years.

I am considered by many to be a Gunsmith, but my knowledge in this field is limited to the guns I like, mainly those of John Browning and Eugene Stoner design. I have personally designed and built many long-range rifles of bullpup design chambered for the .50 BMG (Browning Machine Gun) anti-tank cartridge.

In the year 2000 I was unlawfully attacked by the Puerto Rican-based BATF and accused of Manufacturing Firearms without a license, a non-existent  law. Since then I have focused my attention on exposing the devils behind this criminal attack.

I have written a book titled, “It’s Not The Law” in which I tell my story, and explain a number of important principles presented as mini-lessons in more than 100 chapters which average 3-4 pages each.

 

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