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JR, True enough. But the Nazis used the records from the Weimer Republic to identify and disarm political opponents. Mass seizures of guns ensued from those not on board with the Nazi agenda and they could not own guns. So they did have gun confiscation, basically for "wrong think".
Clarification - wiki - "Nazi gun control argument" : "Few German citizens owned, or were entitled to own firearms in Germany in the 1930s.The Weimar Republic had strict gun control laws. When the Third Reich gained power, some aspects of gun regulation were loosened, such as allowing firearm ownership for Nazi party members and the military. The laws were tightened in other ways. Nazi laws systematically disarmed 'unreliable' persons , especially Jews, but relaxed restrictions for so-called 'ordinary' German citizens. The policies were later expanded to include the confiscation of arms in occupied countries."
In addition, Germany, just before the Nazis, had seen an almost successful Communist revolution.
It's unfair and untrue to claim that the Nazis had repressive gun control or confiscation.
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