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Oregon Democrats Introduce Massive Gun Ban Legislation

no-guns-7291092 The Oregon Firearms Federation is raising the alarm on dangerous new anti-gun legislation that has just been introduced in the Oregon House:

Two days after Senate Democrats claimed they would not seek a ban on modern firearms and feeding devices, Democrats in the Oregon House introduced just that. Seven Senators joined with eight House Reps to introduce a sweeping ban on virtually all modern firearms.

[…] HB 3200 not only bans most modern guns and magazines, it allows warrantless searches of your home, requires background checks and registration for a firearm you already own and as-of-yet undefined storage requirements. We say “a firearm” because even if you comply with the restrictions in this bill you may still only own one.

(Of course the bill does not apply to “government employees”.)

The bill combines the most extreme and irrational elements of other bills that have been introduced across the country. For example, one of the firearms banned under this bill would be a pistol with a “folding, telescoping or thumbhole stock.” No, that is not a misprint.

[…]  The bill bans such deadly features as “pistol grips” and “barrel shrouds” because clearly they add to the lethality of any firearm. These people are so full of hatred for gun owners they don’t even understand what they are banning.

Read more at Oregon Firearms Federation

Here is the full text of the legislation.

Here are the lawmakers responsible:

Rep. Mitch Greenlick

Rep. Jules Bailey

Rep. Peter Buckley

Rep. Michael Dembrow

Rep. Lew Frederick

Rep. Tobias Read

Rep. Jeff Reardon

Rep. Carolyn Tomei

Sen. Ginny Burdick

Sen. Jackie Dingfelder

Sen. Mark Hass

Sen.  Laurie Monnes Anderson

Sen.  Rod Monroe

Sen. Chip Shields Sen.  

Elizabeth Steiner Hayward

This is a blatant frontal attack on 2nd Amendment rights.   Call these lawmakers, e-mail them, and leave your comments on their Facebook pages to let them know how you feel about House Bill 3200!

Join the Oregon Firearms Federation and sign up for their e-mail alerts to stay on top of efforts to defend your right to self-defense!

Cross posted at ThoughtsFromAConservativeMom.com

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