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    Default PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    CLICK HERE for a .PDF of the report...not good
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    Default Re: PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    soooo their findings based on almost no information if I read that correctly is that they are going to make shit up and try to force it down our throats. Everyone best get off their ass and vote and vote for the winner who is going to back us up not the one that makes you feel good about yourself. Otherwise you'll end up with some fuck who is going to take your rights and your probably not going to feel good about that either.

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    Default Re: PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by HKusp 45 View Post
    soooo their findings based on how much money Bloomburg funneled in if I read that correctly is that they are going to make shit up and try to force it down our throats. Everyone best get off their ass and vote and vote for the winner who is going to back us up not the one that makes you feel good about yourself. Otherwise you'll end up with some fuck who is going to take your rights and your probably not going to feel good about that either.
    Fixed it for you.

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    Default Re: PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    Some things I agree with..most I do not.

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    Default Re: PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    Sarah Albrecht of the non-profit Hold My Guns was instrumental in changing many of the suggestions in relation to the Preventing Accidental Shooting Workgroup. Many things that were going to be “proposed legislation” for stricter permitting, criminalizing accidents, mandatory safe storage legislation, and reporting for theft/responsible for outcomes if your firearm is stolen were changed to recommendations, due solely to her. They thought that she would be anti-gun, which is why they invited her into the workgroup. Instead, she changed a number of minds on the work group. If you have a couple extra dollars, it’s definitely worth supporting HMG, which is a non-profit (c)(3) - https://www.gofundme.com/f/hmgorg
    Last edited by SigForLife; January 29th, 2020 at 09:09 PM.
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    Default Re: PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by SigForLife View Post
    Sarah Albrecht of the non-profit Hold My Guns was instrumental in changing many of the suggestions in relation to the Preventing Accidental Shooting Workgroup. Many things that were going to be “proposed legislation” for stricter permitting, criminalizing accidents, mandatory safe storage legislation, and reporting for theft/responsible for outcomes if your firearm is stolen were changed to recommendations, due solely to her. They thought that she would be anti-gun, which is why they invited her into the workgroup. Instead, she changed a number of minds on the work group. If you have a couple extra dollars, it’s definitely worth supporting HMG, which is a non-profit (c)(3) - https://www.gofundme.com/f/hmgorg
    They thought Sarah would be anti? LMFAO

    I've had her come on my YouTube channel a couple times, she's probably one of the most pro-2A, pro- constitution, pro-freedom people I know.

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    Default Re: PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by SigForLife View Post
    Sarah Albrecht of the non-profit Hold My Guns was instrumental in changing many of the suggestions in relation to the Preventing Accidental Shooting Workgroup. Many things that were going to be “proposed legislation” for stricter permitting, criminalizing accidents, mandatory safe storage legislation, and reporting for theft/responsible for outcomes if your firearm is stolen were changed to recommendations, due solely to her. They thought that she would be anti-gun, which is why they invited her into the workgroup. Instead, she changed a number of minds on the work group. If you have a couple extra dollars, it’s definitely worth supporting HMG, which is a non-profit (c)(3) - https://www.gofundme.com/f/hmgorg
    I have so donated. Thank you Josh.
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    Default Re: PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    I have so donated. Thank you Josh.
    Thanks! I’m donating $1 for every $1 donated through February 7th up to $5k.
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    Default Re: PCCD Report of Initial Findings and Workgroup Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by SigForLife View Post
    Thanks! I’m donating $1 for every $1 donated through February 7th up to $5k.
    Very generous, I saw your challenge on Facebook so I added the "Donating for Josh's Challenge" tag.
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