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Oregon Anti-Gun Bills 2019

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Nick Burkhardt, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. Nick Burkhardt

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    20 rounds a month. https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/SB501/Introduced That’s all you will be able to buy if the Democrats in Salem have their way. And you’ll need a background check to get those. You’ll also need a permit to simply buy a firearm. Prohibits possession of magazine with capacity to hold more than FIVE rounds. And there’s lots more.

    We have posted the gun bills introduced so far. You can see them all here https://www.oregonfirearms.org/2019-firearms-legislation

    As we predicted, 2019 is going to be a very hostile year for gun owners in the Beaver State. So roll up your sleeves folks, we are in for a hell of a fight.

    Make your voices heard https://www.facebook.com/events/2163396453721147/
     
  2. Nick Burkhardt

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  3. Texas10mm

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    I'm so damn glad I left Sodom on the Willamette in 2014.
     
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    Just annex Oregon east of the Cascades into Idaho, far more conservative in their nature than the Californians we are getting up here. We'll take eastern Washington as well.

    But back to the original post, I hope these go down in flames for all you Oregonians; but sadly with the Oregon metro (Portland, Eugene, Bend, etc) areas controlling the votes, it's only a matter of time.

    I've said it before the next 10 years of the 2nd Amendment and gun rights is going to be a wild ride, there needs to be organization on a national level to push back on these over reaches on a Constitutional right.

    If all of this isn't the definition of "infringement" I don't know what is.
     
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    This won't pass but I do think Oregon will adopt stricter gun laws at some point in the near future - the Willamette Valley drives the politics of the entire state.
     
  6. Jim Watson

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    I am sure the antis will "compromise" at 10 rounds and ammunition registration like their co-conspirators in California.
     
  7. GEM

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    Just for info, OR had concealed carry before TX.
     
  8. CapnMac

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    I feel badly for my OR kinfolk (the few left on the green side of the grass, anyway).

    Sadly, this is classic political maneuvering, too. It will be, "Ok, so 20 is too few; so, let's compromise at 100." Instilling that ammo can be set to arbitrary limits and not be an infringement of our rights. "Oh, revolvers hold more than 5, ok, we'll change that to 8." Again, the kernel will be there, that it's legal, moral, ethical to set arbitrary limits on capacity.
     
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    As CapnMac said this is just a bargaining point. They'll be glad to accept 10/50 and crow about what great people they are to have compromised. Compromised for now.
     
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