Delaware: Senate Committee to Hear Gun Ban Legislation this Week

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Delaware: Senate Committee to Hear Gun Ban Legislation this Week
NRA-ILA
NRA – ILA

Charlotte, NC --(Ammoland.com)-  On Wednesday, June 11, Senate Bill 137, sponsored by anti-gun state Senator Harris McDowell (D-1), will be heard in the Senate Public Safety Committee.

SB 137 would prohibit the manufacture, sale, transfer or possession of a firearm, firearm component or accessory, including ammunition, which is “undetectable” by standard metal detectors.

SB 137 would go far beyond existing federal law banning undetectable firearms, and because the definitions used in SB 137 are so vague, this measure has the potential to ban possession of many magazines and common cartridge ammunition.

It is critical that you contact your state Senator TODAY and respectfully urge him or her to OPPOSE SB 137. 

Contact information for your state Senator can be found here.

Your NRA-ILA will continue to keep you updated when more information is available.

 

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  • 3 thoughts on “Delaware: Senate Committee to Hear Gun Ban Legislation this Week

    1. Delaware is Biden country. Are there any provisions in the proposed legislation about firing “A Warning Shot” with your wife’s shotgun?

    2. Years ago I lived in DE & gun laws were reasonable for the most part. Sadly I see that it is getting like the two giant sewers NJ & Ny so I am glad I left when I did. I guess when surrounded by cesspools the water drains into your area. OH well

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