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RED ALERT: Local Rep. Introduces Assault Weapon Ban Legislation
#11
I think I saw Santaserio (sp?) from Lower Makefield out here in SEPA introducing or sponsoring something similar. Another frickin' NJ A-hole who moved to PA and wants to make it look like NJ.

Apologies to any NJ'er who moved here because they wanted to live in a state more closely resembling the original founders' intent.

I've written my state rep/senator and US rep. Will again next week.
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#12
Does this ban stand a chance of passing? I always thought of PA as being an incredibly gun friendly state after living in MD.
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#13
Sev;60449 Wrote:Does this ban stand a chance of passing? I always thought of PA as being an incredibly gun friendly state after living in MD.

The threat is indeed there but as time passes it seems less likely, a lot of pro-firearm individuals have come out of the wood work since the positive NRA announcement. It seems as a community we're fighting back against the ignorance of the gun grabbers and they seem to be the only ones crying for more restrictions. In my person opinion I would recommend writing your elected officials, joining the NRA and fund the NRA ILA which is the political branch of the NRA.

We have an infinitely better chance of beating this ignorance back than we had 2 weeks ago when it seemed like a new AWB was a done deal. So don't fear but don't stop fighting until this legislation is buried. This is just my opinion on the topic. Sleepy
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#14
Sev;60449 Wrote:Does this ban stand a chance of passing? I always thought of PA as being an incredibly gun friendly state after living in MD.

No it does not, but please express your opinions on the bill with your state representative and senator.
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Sev;60449 Wrote:Does this ban stand a chance of passing? I always thought of PA as being an incredibly gun friendly state after living in MD.

Every AWB or anti-gun legislation has a 100% chance of passing if 0% of pro-2a people do not voice their opinions. Even if legislation seems unlikely, we still need to write/visit our legislators so they remember how many pro-2a people are in their district (and can vote them out). Remember, the squeaky wheel gets the grease, and in these cases, we need to be that wheel (as well as winning over the opinions of people we meet).
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#16
Today is the day they introduce this bullshit.

Is there any text up online yet on the state level?
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