Oklahoma Threatens Five Years Imprisonment for Federal Gun Grabbers

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Oklahoma Threatens Five Years Imprisonment for Federal Gun Grabbers
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Washington DC - -(Ammoland.com)- The “Oklahoma 2nd Amendment Preservation Act” is now working its way through the Oklahoma legislature.

Introduced by state senator Nathan Dahm, this legislation puts Oklahoma shoulder-to-shoulder with Wyoming and Texas by putting federal gun-grabbers in check.

The language of the legislation is clear: “Federal acts, laws, orders, rules, regulations, bans or registration requirements regarding firearms constitute an infringement on the individual right [to keep and bear arms] in the Constitution of the United States…and are hereby declared to be invalid in the State of Oklahoma.”

The legislation mentions the “intent” of America’s “Founders” and the Constitution’s “ratifiers,” and sets forth the punishment for trying to enforce new gun control measures:

Any official, agent, or employee of the United States government or any employee of a corporation providing services to the United States government that enforces or attempts to enforce an act, order, law, statute, rule or regulation of the government of the United States in violation of this act shall be guilty of a felony and upon conviction…shall be punished by imprisonment in the custody of the Department of Corrections not to exceed five (5) years.

After reading this legislation, only one word comes to mind–FREEDOM.

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  • 10 thoughts on “Oklahoma Threatens Five Years Imprisonment for Federal Gun Grabbers

    1. This is good to see I may need a place to go if SC dose not pass a similar law. Governor needs to push for this legislation.

    2. This is the best thing you can see right now,states telling the federal gov.to go to hell with this illegal and unconstitutional agenda. I live in Texas and I know my firearms are not now or will never be at risk from federal gov.thugs.

    3. Not only do I agree with this legislation but I do not think it goes far enough. Any public official of the central government or private individual functioning to disgard the 2nd ammenment protection of our rights is guilty of treason, an offense punishable by death. A maximum of 5 years is not enough. A minimum of 20 years would be more like it.

      These tyrants will stop at nothing. We must get as serious in our opposition as they are in their agenda of treason abd tyranny.

    4. I hope Illinois Legislatures and our Governor Quinn joins in, Oh wait, Illinois Legislatures and Governor Quinn ARE Gun Grabbers. It looks like I will be moving out of Illinois as Illinois Legislatures either don’t know how to stand up to the Federal Government, don’t have the courage to do so, or simply don’t want to.

    5. I am proud to see states are doing the Federals Governments job. The Second Amendment MANDATES that the Federal Government BE SURE ..IT PROTECTS the right to bear arms and INSURE it is Not infringed !! But in its Tyranny..IT has infringed over and over !!!!!!!

    6. I’ve never been prouder to be native Texan ! “Texas like a whole other country” Texas AG Abbott has already put the feds on notice,…”don’t f**k with law abiding gun owners in Texas ! Damn it’s so fine !

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