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Old 11-28-2017, 01:00 AM   #1
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National Reciprocity Bill

Is coming up for a vote in the House.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/house-pan...ail&soc_trk=ma
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I've just about given up hope that the Evil Swamp is going to let Trump accomplish anything.
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It will never happen.......
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Old 11-29-2017, 04:39 AM   #4
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I have called and emailed my Congresscritter to support it.
I hope it passes, I am sick and tired of having states off limits to free citizens of the Republic.
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Who drove through a few miles of NY State with great trepidation, unable to stop, despite carrying under Federal Law conditions and then only revolvers!
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Update

House Prepares for Vote on CCW Reciprocity, ?Fix NICS? - Liberty Park Press
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Old 12-06-2017, 02:10 PM   #6
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Victory in the House!

Gun rights victory as House passes CCW Reciprocity

Gun rights advocates won a major victory in the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday as the concealed carry reciprocity legislation that has been bitterly opposed by gun control lobbying groups passed on a bipartisan vote of 231-198.

https://conservativefiringline.com/g...w-reciprocity/

Now if the Senate would get on board.
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Old 12-06-2017, 09:17 PM   #7
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Slim chance it will clear the Senate. Just do your part, call your representative and just hope it goes through.
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Old 12-07-2017, 05:39 AM   #8
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Problem is we don't know what the heck passed!

HR 38 was passed and a polluted version as well HR 4477? maybe?

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https://rules.house.gov/bill/115/hr-38

Looks like HR38 is 4477

https://judiciary.house.gov/markup/markup-november-29/
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Almost like you've been down this road a time or two before...
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Anybody wanna place bets that when it comes back from the Senate, NICS expansion stays but Nationwide Carry is gone?

I wouldn't trust a one of those monkeyhumpers if they were all strapped into electric chairs and my hand on One Switch To Fry 'Em All...
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Old 12-09-2017, 05:22 PM   #12
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To All,

Yesterday PM, I heard from a friend in the USCP that there is at least 50 committed votes FOR National Carry in the US Senate.

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OK, here's a idea I haven't heard anyone propose, but since we're in the mode of "compromise that constitutes a win", how about this:

We agree to something the Left has been pounding the table for for years, universal background checks, but in return the requirement for the NICS check to be done by an FFL is dropped. I mean, the check involves nothing more than a phone call and a form that takes all of two minutes to fill out...why does a license holder have to do it, and why do we have to pay for it?

So, you want to give your college-age son a rifle for Christmas? Easy: make a phone call. Want to sell a guy at your club your .50AE with eight rounds through it? Make a phone call. The Left gets their universal background checks; we get simpler lives, saved money, and the chance to prove that the checks will accomplish nothing.
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Who knows? It might enter the picture again, depending on results this November. This speech could be an indicator where the President is leaning on that:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...cid=spartanntp
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OK, here's a idea I haven't heard anyone propose, but since we're in the mode of "compromise that constitutes a win", how about this:

We agree to something the Left has been pounding the table for for years, universal background checks

That and "ending the gun show loop hole," is code for ending privates sales and gifting firearms to friends and family.

Never give an inch!!!
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csmkersh,

AGREED.

ImVho, it is long PAST time to also repeal the NFA.

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We have a universal back ground check law in Oregon, thanks to Bloombergs' money. I have a friend of forty years. I've been with him several time when he has purchased a gun and gone through the checks, If he wants to borrow a rifle from me , as he usually does to go on his late elk hunt we are supposed to go an FFL holder and run the check. When he returns it to me we have to do it again. STUPID! Our sheriff says it;s unenforcable and I agree.
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What that law is is UNCONSTITUTIONAL, as it violates both of your RIGHTS as US citizens.

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bearcat6,

What that law is is UNCONSTITUTIONAL, as it violates both of your RIGHTS as US citizens.

yours, sw
Yeah, we just need to get five or six Wannabe Gods in black robes to declare it so. Right now we have Thomas, Alito, maybe Gorsuch... I wouldn't trust Roberts or Kennedy if they were strapped into Old Sparky with my hand on Da Switch.

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I think the bill is dead as long as Mitch McConnell is controlling the Senate.
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