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serf Posted - 01/18/2018 : 1:56:13 PM

The Northern States are always the first to ban gun rights with the exception of California which is The Libertard's paradise.


Bump-Fire Stock Ban On Track For Feb. 1 Enactment, But Don’t Expect To Be Reimbursed For Complying.

BOSTON — With the state’s ban on bump-fire stocks and trigger cranks set to begin at the start of next month, the Gun Owners’ Action League is questioning the “forced surrender” policy as interpreted by the state Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, criticizing the guideline for having “only one legal path to follow — turning the device(s) over to police” without reimbursement.

The pro-Second Amendment organization recently uploaded a copy of a letter penned by EOPSS Secretary Daniel Bennett, slated to be mailed out to licensed Massachusetts gun owners, to its website. Message Forums © 1999-2017 GB Investments, Inc. All Rights Reserved Go To Top Of Page
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