This is good.
If any of the members here are from WA state there was a SBR bill passed today in senate. It passed the senate today with 47-0-2excused. We have a really good chance of this happening. Contact your representives and ask them to support the bill. Hopefully this get passed and we can finally have our SBR!
Mods, I posted this here to get the traffic that GD gets. However if you feel the need to move it then please, by all means.
Last edited by 22many; 02-19-2014 at 12:37 AM.
This is good.
We can leave this in GD for the reason you mentioned. I hope it passes!
Last edited by JoeMomma; 02-19-2014 at 03:08 PM.
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That's awesome man! No SBRs in Washington was one of those laws that always surprised me. Surprises me even more though that enough people could potentially get the NFA laws changed in Washington. Gives me a tiny sliver of hope the rest of the nation could pull that off someday with the damn Brady bill...
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Finally some good news...I hope this passes for our Washington State members...best of luck!
Certain gun groups within Washington state decided to go on the offensive against gun restrictions presented in Washington state. Gabby and the spaceman tried to get universal BG checks passed just a week ago and failed. As of lately we have a pending bill with strong support against government officials overriding state laws against gun confiscation and also a bill thats against any state tax on gun purchases and ammo purchases.
Stay diligent and we have a good chance.
Last edited by 22many; 02-19-2014 at 11:51 AM.
I may move back to Spokane if this passes. North Idaho is great and all, but WA has no income tax and it will become worth living in that state again if I can be assured my freedoms will be respected.
Congrats to all you guys next door in any case!
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If this passes and just one more (machineguns to be finally allowed) I can fulfill my lifelong dream of moving to Washington state when I retire.
This is great. The only problem is it doesn't specifically cover manufacture. That would be nice.
Tell ya what, if this passes I'll be the first to file for SBR paperwork. My 105 clone and m92 are begging to be put back to how they were intended.