Nevada: Gun Ban Bill Passes Committee, Headed to the Senate Floor

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Nevada Senate Judiciary Committee passed Assembly Bill 286 with an amendment, to end the centuries-old practice of making firearms for personal use. IMG iStock-884215372

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed Assembly Bill 286 with an amendment, to end the centuries-old practice of making firearms for personal use. The most significant change in the amendment was to exempt pre-1969 firearms manufactured before federal law required commercially produced firearms to have serial numbers. It will be eligible for a Senate floor vote soon. Please contact your state senator and ask them to OPPOSE AB 286.

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Assembly Bill 286, sponsored by Assembly Member Sandra Jauregui (D-41), essentially bans home-built firearms for personal use by imposing requirements that far exceed those in federal law. It prohibits private individuals from possessing certain unregulated components commonly used by hobbyists to make their own firearms. This confiscatory bill also bans possession of existing, legal, firearms without serial numbers, such as home-built firearms, but it does exempt pre-1969 firearms. This exemption covers firearms made before federal law required licensed manufacturers and importers to place serial numbers on their commercially produced or imported firearms.

Again, please contact your state senator and ask them to OPPOSE AB 286. 


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swmft
swmft
1 month ago

next they are going to have you put name address and phone number on all components , time to put these people on one way flight to venezuela

CourageousLion
CourageousLion
1 month ago

Gee another psychopathic control freak who has an issue with those four pesky words…SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED. Send the bitch home so she can get a real job instead of one where she is nothing but a glorified welfare recipient who thinks her own poop smells like roses and that obviously is a brain dead lemming. Besides SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED…someone explain to her what an EXPOST FACTO law is.

DIYinSTL
DIYinSTL
1 month ago
Reply to  CourageousLion

An ex post facto law would be to prosecute the previous manufacture of arms. A law to prohibit the continued possession would likely pass muster until and unless SCOTUS found it un-constitutional for some other reason (like “shall not be infringed.”)