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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    sent an email thanking him for supporting the 2nd amendment and protecting us from the socialist constitution tramplers funded by that POS bloomberg
    every day i add more names to the list of people whose mothers should have swallowed them

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    Wink Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Quote Originally Posted by middlefinger View Post
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    Wolf introduced the committee and the proposed bills that are already co-sponsored.

    All 29 of them. 2019-2020 Gun Safety Bills Awaiting Committee Action

    * HB 159 (Rep. Quinn) – Universal Background Checks: Subjects all firearm sales, regardless of barrel length, to background checks, and allows a person to obtain a 48-hour background check approval for a licensed gun show. Permits the issuance of a single background check approval that would remain valid for multiple days for use at gun shows across the Commonwealth.

    * HB 162 (Rep. Zabel) – Firearms: One Purchase a Month: Prohibits individuals from purchasing more than one handgun every 30 days.

    * HB 165 (Rep. Donatucci) – Voluntary No Firearm Purchase List: Establishes a voluntary firearm purchase exclusion list and requires the Pennsylvania State Police to check the list as part of the PICS purchase or transfer approval procedure.

    * HB 202 (Rep. Cruz) – Firearm Buyback Program: Establishes a statewide gun buyback program.

    * HB 204 (Rep. Cruz) – Toy or Imitation Firearms: Prohibits the importation, manufacturing, sale, presentation for sale and distribution of imitation firearms, unless the toy or imitation has been designed and manufactured in such a way that it is obvious it is not a real firearm. Provides exceptions for sales outside the Commonwealth, use in theater or film, and antiques.

    * HB 307 (Rep. Gainey) – Assault Weapons Ban: Bans the possession, purchase, transfer, use or manufacture of an assault weapon.

    * HB 326 (Rep. Warren) – No-Fly List Firearms Ownership Prohibition: Prohibits anyone whose name appears on the FBI’s terrorist screening database from purchasing or possessing a firearm in Pennsylvania.

    * HB 336 (Rep. Cruz) – Firearms on the Capitol Complex: Prohibits the carrying of firearms, rifles and shotguns on the Capitol Complex and requires lockers to be provided for the temporary checking of firearms.

    * HB 344 (Rep. Cruz) – Shooting Range Background Checks: Requires patrons of a shooting range to complete a gun rental application, which shall include a background check, before they may be approved to rent a firearm. The approval must be renewed yearly.

    * HB 377 (Rep. Isaacson) – Destroying Confiscated or Recovered Firearms: Requires that law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth destroy confiscated or recovered firearms if the owner cannot be found within 120 days.

    * HB 378 (Rep. Isaacson) – Prohibiting the Mentally Ill from Possessing Firearms: Prohibits the possession of firearms by individuals who have been ordered to undergo involuntary mental health treatment on an outpatient basis.

    * HB 459 (Rep. Cruz) – Pennsylvania State Police Notifications: Amends the Uniform Firearms Act to require that the Pennsylvania State Police be notified within 72 hours, instead of the current 7 days, that an individual has received mental health adjudication, treatment, commitment, or suffers from substance abuse or addiction.

    * HB 462 (Rep. Cruz) – Pennsylvania State Police Notifications: Amends the Mental Health Procedures Act to require that the Pennsylvania State Police be notified within 72 hours, instead of the current 7 days, that an individual has been adjudicated incompetent, has been involuntarily committed to a mental institution for inpatient care and treatment, or who has been involuntarily treated.

    * HB 467 (Rep. Cruz) – Firearms Eligibility License: Requires individuals wishing to purchase a firearm to first obtain a firearms eligibility license.

    * HB 525 (Rep. Briggs) – Protecting Children from Accidental Gun Injuries and Deaths: Requires a person who stores or leaves a firearm on premises under his or her control, and who knows that a minor would be likely to gain access to the firearm without permission of a parent or guardian, to keep the firearm in a locked container or other secure location.

    * HB 532 (Rep. Warren) – Safe Storage of Firearms When Residing With An Individual Not to Possess Firearms: Requires the safe storage of firearms if the owner resides with an individual who may not legally possess a firearm.

    * HB 673 (Rep. Warren) – Background Checks: Eliminates all but the family transfer exception to the requirement of a background check prior to purchasing or transferring a firearm.

    * HB 699 (Rep. McCarter and Rep. Sturla) – 3D Printed Firearms: Prohibits individuals from 3D printing a firearm and requires all 3D printed firearms to be subject to the Uniform Firearm Act.

    * HB 700 (Rep. McCarter and Rep. Sturla) – Prohibiting Undetectable Firearms: Prohibits the manufacturing, sale, and possession of undetectable firearms.

    * HB 724 (Rep. DeLuca) – Concealed Carry Permit Training: Requires individuals to complete a six hour firearm training program with a certified firearms instructor approved by the National Rifle Association prior to receiving a concealed carry permit.

    * HB 726 (Rep. DeLuca) – Consecutive Sentences for Firearm Charges: Provides for consecutive sentences for firearm charges with respect to mandatory five-year sentencing upon conviction of a violent crime with a firearm.

    * HB 738 (Rep. Kirkland) – Ammunition Purchases: Requires an individual to present photographic identification when purchasing firearm ammunition.

    * HB 740 (Rep. Kirkland) – Firearm: Toy Purchases: Prohibits the purchase of realistic toy firearms by individuals under 18 years of age, unless they are accompanied by an adult at the time of purchase.

    * HB 768 (Rep. Cruz) – Firearms Registration: Requires most firearm owners to register their firearms with the Pennsylvania State Police.

    * HB 1028 (Rep. McCarter) – Firearm Restraining Orders: Allows a law enforcement officer, family or household member, person licensed under the Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors Act, or a health care practitioner to petition the court for a firearm restraining order enjoining a person from purchasing, otherwise receiving or possessing a firearm, ammunition or other weapon.

    * HB 1162 (Rep. Schweyer) – Minimum Age of 21 to Purchase Semiautomatic Firearms: Prohibits the sale or possession of an assault weapon by individuals below the age of 21 and establishes a definition for assault weapons.

    * HB 1288 (Rep. Sanchez) – Lost and Stolen Firearms: Requires a person who lawfully owns or possesses a firearm to report the loss or theft within 72 hours of the discovery of the loss or theft and establishes penalties for violations.

    * HB 1289 (Rep. Sanchez) – Rapid Fire or “Multiburst Trigger Activators”: Updates the state’s definition of “offensive weapons” to include “multiburst trigger activators,” thus outlawing them.

    * HB 1075 (Rep. Stephens) – Extreme Risk Protection Orders: Establishes extreme risk protection orders, which permit a judge to temporarily revoke a dangerous individual’s right to possess or purchase a firearm
    In a sea of crap..... A few stick out as making sense a little?

    First and foremost.... HB322 makes no sense... I thought it was a fed law that no convicted felons should be allowed to live in a home with any firearm.... correct me if I'm wrong. and HB726 May help deter the animals in Philly

    HB 377 (Rep. Isaacson) – Destroying Confiscated or Recovered Firearms: Requires that law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth destroy confiscated or recovered firearms if the owner cannot be found within 120 days.
    As long as these people have gotten legitimate DUE Process.... this may deter any nutcases from endangering our second amendment rights

    HB 459 (Rep. Cruz) – Pennsylvania State Police Notifications: Amends the Uniform Firearms Act to require that the Pennsylvania State Police be notified within 72 hours, instead of the current 7 days, that an individual has received mental health adjudication, treatment, commitment, or suffers from substance abuse or addiction.
    Again... it will deter the crazy's.... but we need to comprehensively establish... what's constitutes as mental health treatment. Its quite the difference in someone seeking professional help because their spouse of 40 years die from the nutcases that likes sound of death for example

    Edit.... I over looked the substance abuse part.... as long as that's apart of the bill... I do not agree with it. You've got people that have been clean for years and you may have some ex addicts that uses the 2nd amendment as an outlet to prevent themselves from relapsing in the first place..... and I'll be damned if I will give the government the excuse to use weed of all things to bar someone of their gun rights... dead

    HB 525 (Rep. Briggs) – Protecting Children from Accidental Gun Injuries and Deaths: Requires a person who stores or leaves a firearm on premises under his or her control, and who knows that a minor would be likely to gain access to the firearm without permission of a parent or guardian, to keep the firearm in a locked container or other secure location.
    This just makes sense.... its unfortunate that this has to even be a discussion like the reminders going to into Walmart about not forgetting your kids in the car in 90 degree weather

    HB 724 (Rep. DeLuca) – Concealed Carry Permit Training: Requires individuals to complete a six hour firearm training program with a certified firearms instructor approved by the National Rifle Association prior to receiving a concealed carry permit.
    I can see the pros... and I can definitely see cons of this becoming law. On one hand this could produce a better trained armed society in Pennsylvania that would be more knowledgeable in the laws of castle doctrine, better tacticts in the event you have to use your firearm to protect yourself, rights, and or country. This could also put some cash into the cash strapped NRA hands. The obvious con is that this is just another annoying systemic step to disenfranchise poor people becoming armed... the cost of getting a LTCF goes from $20 to $350-$500 for training.... which may be worth the cost... cause now the 2nd amendment society in PA has a lot more money now to throw into politics now (Libs didn't think of that lol) for example but... not everyone has that type of money... I see HB724 as a good outweighs the bad type of thing.... I would love to hear anyones thoughts or disagreements on this... maybe I'm not seeing the big picture here

    HB 1288 (Rep. Sanchez) – Lost and Stolen Firearms: Requires a person who lawfully owns or possesses a firearm to report the loss or theft within 72 hours of the discovery of the loss or theft and establishes penalties for violations.
    This makes sense... these illegal guns are coming from somewhere. this may help in my opinion
    Last edited by Muscle Master; February 20th, 2020 at 09:53 PM.

  3. #33
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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Nothing deters the crazies if the law isn’t enforced regularly, consistently and fairly across race and economic classes. If the gang bangers get to plead down armed robbery, assault with a weapon, attempted murder, drug possession, illegal weapons and felony theft to changing lanes without signaling, there is no deterrent.

    No new laws will ever be applied to career criminals because racism or some such bleeding heart BS. These laws will only get applied to law abiding citizens. Dad leaves his keychain with gun safe key on it within reach of nine month old = felon. No thanks.

    Pursue convictions and maximum sentences for every single gun law we have now. Build more jails if needed. If we do that for ten years and there is a hole in the laws, then, and only then is it time to discuss more laws.

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Quote Originally Posted by middlefinger View Post
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    Wolf introduced the committee and the proposed bills that are already co-sponsored.

    All 29 of them. 2019-2020 Gun Safety Bills Awaiting Committee Action

    * HB 159 (Rep. Quinn) – Universal Background Checks: Subjects all firearm sales, regardless of barrel length, to background checks, and allows a person to obtain a 48-hour background check approval for a licensed gun show. Permits the issuance of a single background check approval that would remain valid for multiple days for use at gun shows across the Commonwealth.

    * HB 162 (Rep. Zabel) – Firearms: One Purchase a Month: Prohibits individuals from purchasing more than one handgun every 30 days.

    * HB 165 (Rep. Donatucci) – Voluntary No Firearm Purchase List: Establishes a voluntary firearm purchase exclusion list and requires the Pennsylvania State Police to check the list as part of the PICS purchase or transfer approval procedure.

    * HB 202 (Rep. Cruz) – Firearm Buyback Program: Establishes a statewide gun buyback program.

    * HB 204 (Rep. Cruz) – Toy or Imitation Firearms: Prohibits the importation, manufacturing, sale, presentation for sale and distribution of imitation firearms, unless the toy or imitation has been designed and manufactured in such a way that it is obvious it is not a real firearm. Provides exceptions for sales outside the Commonwealth, use in theater or film, and antiques.

    * HB 307 (Rep. Gainey) – Assault Weapons Ban: Bans the possession, purchase, transfer, use or manufacture of an assault weapon.

    * HB 326 (Rep. Warren) – No-Fly List Firearms Ownership Prohibition: Prohibits anyone whose name appears on the FBI’s terrorist screening database from purchasing or possessing a firearm in Pennsylvania.

    * HB 336 (Rep. Cruz) – Firearms on the Capitol Complex: Prohibits the carrying of firearms, rifles and shotguns on the Capitol Complex and requires lockers to be provided for the temporary checking of firearms.

    * HB 344 (Rep. Cruz) – Shooting Range Background Checks: Requires patrons of a shooting range to complete a gun rental application, which shall include a background check, before they may be approved to rent a firearm. The approval must be renewed yearly.

    * HB 377 (Rep. Isaacson) – Destroying Confiscated or Recovered Firearms: Requires that law enforcement agencies in the Commonwealth destroy confiscated or recovered firearms if the owner cannot be found within 120 days.

    * HB 378 (Rep. Isaacson) – Prohibiting the Mentally Ill from Possessing Firearms: Prohibits the possession of firearms by individuals who have been ordered to undergo involuntary mental health treatment on an outpatient basis.

    * HB 459 (Rep. Cruz) – Pennsylvania State Police Notifications: Amends the Uniform Firearms Act to require that the Pennsylvania State Police be notified within 72 hours, instead of the current 7 days, that an individual has received mental health adjudication, treatment, commitment, or suffers from substance abuse or addiction.

    * HB 462 (Rep. Cruz) – Pennsylvania State Police Notifications: Amends the Mental Health Procedures Act to require that the Pennsylvania State Police be notified within 72 hours, instead of the current 7 days, that an individual has been adjudicated incompetent, has been involuntarily committed to a mental institution for inpatient care and treatment, or who has been involuntarily treated.

    * HB 467 (Rep. Cruz) – Firearms Eligibility License: Requires individuals wishing to purchase a firearm to first obtain a firearms eligibility license.

    * HB 525 (Rep. Briggs) – Protecting Children from Accidental Gun Injuries and Deaths: Requires a person who stores or leaves a firearm on premises under his or her control, and who knows that a minor would be likely to gain access to the firearm without permission of a parent or guardian, to keep the firearm in a locked container or other secure location.

    * HB 532 (Rep. Warren) – Safe Storage of Firearms When Residing With An Individual Not to Possess Firearms: Requires the safe storage of firearms if the owner resides with an individual who may not legally possess a firearm.

    * HB 673 (Rep. Warren) – Background Checks: Eliminates all but the family transfer exception to the requirement of a background check prior to purchasing or transferring a firearm.

    * HB 699 (Rep. McCarter and Rep. Sturla) – 3D Printed Firearms: Prohibits individuals from 3D printing a firearm and requires all 3D printed firearms to be subject to the Uniform Firearm Act.

    * HB 700 (Rep. McCarter and Rep. Sturla) – Prohibiting Undetectable Firearms: Prohibits the manufacturing, sale, and possession of undetectable firearms.

    * HB 724 (Rep. DeLuca) – Concealed Carry Permit Training: Requires individuals to complete a six hour firearm training program with a certified firearms instructor approved by the National Rifle Association prior to receiving a concealed carry permit.

    * HB 726 (Rep. DeLuca) – Consecutive Sentences for Firearm Charges: Provides for consecutive sentences for firearm charges with respect to mandatory five-year sentencing upon conviction of a violent crime with a firearm.

    * HB 738 (Rep. Kirkland) – Ammunition Purchases: Requires an individual to present photographic identification when purchasing firearm ammunition.

    * HB 740 (Rep. Kirkland) – Firearm: Toy Purchases: Prohibits the purchase of realistic toy firearms by individuals under 18 years of age, unless they are accompanied by an adult at the time of purchase.

    * HB 768 (Rep. Cruz) – Firearms Registration: Requires most firearm owners to register their firearms with the Pennsylvania State Police.

    * HB 1028 (Rep. McCarter) – Firearm Restraining Orders: Allows a law enforcement officer, family or household member, person licensed under the Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors Act, or a health care practitioner to petition the court for a firearm restraining order enjoining a person from purchasing, otherwise receiving or possessing a firearm, ammunition or other weapon.

    * HB 1162 (Rep. Schweyer) – Minimum Age of 21 to Purchase Semiautomatic Firearms: Prohibits the sale or possession of an assault weapon by individuals below the age of 21 and establishes a definition for assault weapons.

    * HB 1288 (Rep. Sanchez) – Lost and Stolen Firearms: Requires a person who lawfully owns or possesses a firearm to report the loss or theft within 72 hours of the discovery of the loss or theft and establishes penalties for violations.

    * HB 1289 (Rep. Sanchez) – Rapid Fire or “Multiburst Trigger Activators”: Updates the state’s definition of “offensive weapons” to include “multiburst trigger activators,” thus outlawing them.

    * HB 1075 (Rep. Stephens) – Extreme Risk Protection Orders: Establishes extreme risk protection orders, which permit a judge to temporarily revoke a dangerous individual’s right to possess or purchase a firearm

    Anyone got a PDF of this so I can print and distribute?

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Wow this is really disheartening....

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    So what happens to the suppressors I ordered a month ago. I went through the process. I guess I made a mistake with that one....

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    Quote Originally Posted by God and Guns View Post
    So what happens to the suppressors I ordered a month ago. I went through the process. I guess I made a mistake with that one....
    These bill will not be advanced but serve as a stark reminder of what will happen if democrats are able to take the General Assembly in the future

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Here you go. I copied & pasted the above info posted by middlefinger then converted it to a PDF. Added some bold, color, & underlining.
    Last edited by tjl21; February 25th, 2020 at 01:57 PM.

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Is there a number that directs people
    To this bill? I posted something somewhere else and they asked for the number for this bill. I’m still learning so please go easy. Lol

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Quote Originally Posted by God and Guns View Post
    Is there a number that directs people
    To this bill? I posted something somewhere else and they asked for the number for this bill. I’m still learning so please go easy. Lol
    Which bill are you asking about specifically? There are multiple bills with bill numbers listed in the OP.
    For example:
    HB 159 (Rep. Quinn) – Universal Background Checks: Subjects all firearm sales, regardless of barrel length, to background checks, and allows a person to obtain a 48-hour background check approval for a licensed gun show. Permits the issuance of a single background check approval that would remain valid for multiple days for use at gun shows across the Commonwealth.
    is bill number HB159. You can search by bill number here: https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/home/bills/. just enter the bill number (HB159, for example) to pull up the actual bill info.

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