Mississippi: Strong Firearms Preemption Bill on House Floor TODAY!

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U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Today after 10:00am, the House will vote on legislation that strengthens Mississippi’s firearms preemption law, House Bill 634.  HB 634 serves to prevent state agencies from enacting their own differing gun laws across the state.  It is extremely important that you contact your State Representative and ask them to SUPPORT House Bill 634.

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House Bill 634 includes stronger protections for law-abiding carry permit holders during traffic stops or similar detainment.  Additionally, this version includes further protections for 2A rights against bad actors during declared civil emergencies.  House Bill 634 enhances Mississippi’s preemption laws by adding state agencies to the list of entities that are prohibited from restricting the Second Amendment rights of Mississippi citizens.  This important legislation will prohibit localities from restricting the possession, transfer, sale, transportation, storage, display, carry, or use of firearms during declared civil emergencies.

Again, it is important that you please contact your State Representative and ask them to SUPPORT House Bill 634.


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pureamericana
pureamericana
8 months ago

Time has arrived to build a reciprocal states rights firewall to defend and protect Constitutional rights from a radical Biden weaponized federal govt.
This current administration the most damgerous unAmerican bunch ever imagined in my 7 decades. We must declare and align we will stand with other states that think and want the same. History sometimes repeats in various ways and as we see similar sections of the USA are again divided in a predicted way as 160 years previous.

Sfed
Sfed
8 months ago

Stars and bars???
WTF… they don’t want community’s of color joining in?
Who’s responsible for that one?!

RoyD
RoyD
8 months ago
Reply to  Sfed

Show me on the doll where the bad man touched you.

CourageousLion
CourageousLion
8 months ago
Reply to  RoyD

LOL

CourageousLion
CourageousLion
8 months ago
Reply to  Sfed

It’s a graphic using the STATE FLAG, FYI. Now you won’t make that ignorant comment again.

Sfed
Sfed
8 months ago
Reply to  CourageousLion

As of Wednesday, January 13 2021, the Mississippi state flag has been replaced with a new version. The stars n bars are gone.

Dave in Fairfax
Dave in Fairfax
8 months ago
Reply to  Sfed

Sfed,

You need to do a search and find out what the Stars and Bars is, not what you’ve been told it is. Then do one on the Bonny Blue Flag.

Sfed
Sfed
8 months ago

As of Wednesday, January 13th 2021, the Mississippi state flag has been replaced with a new version. The stars n bars are gone.

Dave in Fairfax
Dave in Fairfax
8 months ago
Reply to  Sfed

Sfed,

I wasn’t referring to the Mississippi state flag, and Wokeness doesn’t go very far with me.
You didn’t do the searches did you.
Hint:ANV.

Sfed
Sfed
8 months ago

Yes, I do understand the history of it… Nonetheless, the stars n bars is considered offensive to many people now days. They were fighting for the right to keep slaves after all.
If we are to welcome others into our cause, it’s best not to offend them first. I’ve been a NRA life member going on 35 years now. I want people of color to feel welcome here too.

Dave in Fairfax
Dave in Fairfax
8 months ago
Reply to  Sfed

Sfed, Speaking only for myself, not for AmmoLand. Many of us here are NRA Lifers or better, at this point it isn’t something to be terribly proud of. NRA’s history on gun rights is hideous. There are many things that are offensive in this world, and if you run the combinations of potentially offensive things across the spectrum of potentially offended people, there is nothing left. The flag used in the illustration may not be the current flag, but it is the one that most, dare I say the vast majority of, people associate with the state. My bet would… Read more »

Last edited 8 months ago by Dave in Fairfax
Sfed
Sfed
8 months ago

Fairfax
I don’t disagree… yet I do want all to feel welcome in the firearms community. And yes, we do need a new NRA.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 months ago

Does anyone know if the NRA had anything to do with the Mississippi bill?

By the way, with an eye toward upcoming federal laws, a bill (SF81) has been written in Wyoming:

https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2021/SF0081

Any thoughts from AmmoLand writers or others who have been working on or reviewing similar legislation?

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 months ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

I agree.

What do you think of the WY bill?

191145
191145
8 months ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Clicked on your link and gave it a cursory reading, and it looks much like the same arguments the southern states gave the fed in late 1860-61, before seceding from the union . States rights . It’s looking more and more like this argument falls massively on the 2A side and is totally superior to the argument of slavery . The big problem we have at this moment in history, is the SCOTUS and a democrat out of control senate . JMO .

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 months ago
Reply to  191145

191145, Thanks for taking a look at the bill. Eleven states had laws that stated marijuana use was legal despite a federal law indicating it was not. Obama ordered the DEA to not enforce marijuana laws against users in those states. Trump never rescinded that order. The Second Amendment Preservation Act is an effort to negate the upcoming Federal laws in a similar manner, but no president has ordered the BATFE to not enforce the federal gun control laws. LEOs will ultimately be the ones to decide if they are going to follow bad orders, and this legislation is supportive… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
8 months ago
Reply to  191145

191145,
I replied, but the response is on hold.

Thank you for reading the bill.