Anthony Colandro Asks How Will NJ Afford 900,000 New Felons? ~ Video

Anthony Colandro I Will Not Comply
Anthony Colandro I Will Not Comply
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Trenton, NJ --(Ammoland.com)- Anthony Colandro is the owner of Gun For Hire, New Jersey’s premiere firearms training facility.

Here he testifies on the proposed magazine limitation Senate bill, asking the Senate Committee how will they afford to round up and prosecute 900,000 new felons. This took place on May 5th, 2014 in Trenton, NJ.

On May 5 2014, New Jersey’s Senate Law and Public Safety Committee passed SB993, the ban against magazines holding more than 10 rounds and .22 rifles–along with other guns–with fixed magazines holding more than ten rounds.

The vote was along party lines, with three Democrats voting yes and two Republicans voting no.

  • 3 thoughts on “Anthony Colandro Asks How Will NJ Afford 900,000 New Felons? ~ Video

    1. To answer that question. In the future the Criminal Justice System in all it’s layers will provide economic stimulus. Judges, lawyers, prosecutors, sheriffs, police, bail bondsman, prison guards, probation officers, and social workers will all profit from these laws. Any more questions? Find a job in Criminal Justice. LOL

    2. How can nu jursy afford new felons…..same way Connecticut affords the 350,000 new felons they acquired by politicians’ decree. I rekon they can tell their po-leese to “not wait to kick in the citizens’ door and take the weapon away from him”, but there would be mucho blood shed I imagine. I guess the smart boys that dreamed up this nightmare deserve a little of their own desert, don’t they. Perhaps kickin’ in their door would make a positive impression on the communist masters by freedom loving citizens. How about that?

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