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    Default Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

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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
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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    If this shit doesn't motivate people to get off their lazy asses on June 8th, Pennsylvania gun owners deserve everything that comes there way.

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Looks to be the same as Virginia tried ramming thru.

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    I absolutely agree. Everything going on in VA should be a wake up call for all of us in PA. We are not safe as along as Tom Wolf is our Governor. I'm sure he's Bloomberg bought & paid for...
    Last edited by tjl21; February 18th, 2020 at 03:04 PM.

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Yep ram it down our throats - just took off from work for the 8th - will bring a carload of gun owners with me.
    Last edited by prospero1919; February 18th, 2020 at 11:31 AM.

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Quote Originally Posted by prospero1919 View Post
    Yep ram it down our throats - just took off from work for the 8th - will be bring a carload of gun owners with me.
    We have at least one car load and possibly another. I'm fed up with these communists blatantly ignoring an actual written right----
    "I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery." Thomas Jefferson

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Who is this Rep Cruz and why is such a traitor allowed into the capitol building?

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    before long folks will be fleeing PA in exchange for CA.

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    Sanctuary counties anyone?

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    Default Re: Anti Gun Bills submitted last friday

    yup bloombergs cash at work bet you track this shit back to several offshore accounts that have just been financed it's a no go on compromise at this point we need our reps to understand there is zero room for discussion on these.

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