Two statewide races in 2020 – and context – provide important lessons for Second Amendment supporters to keep in mind for November.
On Tuesday, June 8th, Governor Janet Mills (D) signed Senator Trey Stewart’s (R) L.D. 635 into law, thus repealing the requirement to obtain a permit from Maine before hunting with a suppressor.
Maine has passed an incremental silencer/suppressor reform law. A separate permit to hunt with a suppressor is no longer needed in Maine.
Several egregious pieces of anti-gun legislation were defeated, including bills to criminalize private transfers of firearms and ban many commonly-owned standard capacity magazines.
This would ensure that those who choose to construct new buildings within 100yd of established sport shooting ranges cannot threaten them with court fees, hiatus, or closure of operations
Governor Janet Mills has nominated Michael Sauschuck, the former Portland Police Chief, and long-time opponent of gun rights who served as a board member for the Maine Citizens Against Handgun Violenc
Maine has always been a beautiful place for sportsmen and a place for those who like to hunt! Maine has also been very gun friendly for as long as one can remember. Well, that could be changing.
For those of you who don;t think “a bump stock is worth fighting for” let us clue you in a little as to what will happen if this is put up as a sacrificial lamb
A majority of the required petition signatures were collected from urban areas in Southern Maine, putting gun owners at a great disadvantage.
The resident, who is disabled, had bought the 7 mm Russian handgun just days before this attempted burglary.
A century and a half earlier, in 1860, St. Gabriel Possenti used handguns to save villagers in Isola del Gran Sasso, Italy from a gang of marauders.
We’ve just won some important victories, but that’s just the beginning. Now comes the hard work of repairing decades of damage to the country and the Constitution
Expect Bloomberg to renew his efforts against the states using a formula he knows he can get to work.
The Maine proposition to set up the prerequisites for a gun registration system, disguised as a “background check” system, lost on November 8th, 2016.
Maine Governor LePage stressed to his constituents that out-of-state money from ultra-rich gun-ban advocates are behind the proposal, not Maine citizens.
Proponents of Maine’s Question 3, regulating every firearm sale and “transfer” (a change in possession, without a sale or change in ownership) have released a television ad urging voters…..
NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox at the Maine Heritage Policy Center Luncheon.
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