Minnesota: Lead Ban BAN! Hearing This Afternoon at Capitol

Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance On the March
Minnesota Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance On the March
Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance (GOCRA)
Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance (GOCRA)

Saint Paul, MN -(AmmoLand.com)- As we’ve told you before, the DNR is pushing a ban on lead shot for hunting in over half the state.

State Representative Tom Hackbarth, a long-time friend to Second Amendment rights, is authoring a bill to stop the DNR from this science-free agenda.

Let’s fill the hearing room with maroon GOCRA shirts again!

Wednesday, March 16th, 2:45pm
Mining and Outdoor Recreation Policy Committee
State Office Building, Room 10
100 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
St. Paul, MN 55155
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/kuV2dPX5htv

Can you make it? Don’t forget to wear your GOCRA shirt (or another maroon shirt)!

(Can’t make it? Can you chip in to support our work?)

About GOCRA:

Founded in 1989, Gun Owners Civil Rights Alliance (GOCRA) is a nonprofit advocacy organization focused on supporting and defending the civil rights of Minnesota’s more than two million law-abiding gun owners. GOCRA successfully lobbied for the passage of the Minnesota Citizen’s Personal Protection Act, one of the most effective carry laws in the country. GOCRA was also instrumental in passing the Minnesota Range Protection Act, ensuring that current and future generations will be able to enjoy the shooting sports. In 2015, GOCRA helped pass five separate Second Amendment rights bills through the Minnesota Legislature.

For more information, visit: www.gocra.org.

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Eric
Eric
5 years ago

Lord forbid lead ends up in the earth since it came from the earth. After a lead ban the Anti’s will go after solid composition bullets more , just like Barnes Bullets with their banded solids , made to break thick skinned animal bones. They are labeled as armor piercing by ATF. All bans whether well intentioned or not are infringements on 2A. Many bullets actually go home with the hunter , the bullets do not all pass through 100% and lodge in the opposing side of the hide. How does a person with a antique black powder rifle go… Read more »