Bass concluded, “The court did not act barbarically; it acted by applying the law as it was very clearly written. Which is more than I can say for the government of the city of Edmonds.”
“We’re going to turn the tide. We’re going to start holding people accountable.”—Pierce County, WA Sheriff Ed Troyer
Washington State’s standard capacity magazine ban means no one in the state will be allowed to sell, buy, or transfer gun mags that hold more than 10 rounds.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed legislation Wednesday banning the future sale, manufacture or importation of ammunition magazines capable of holding more than 10 cartridges.
Passage of the bill has already set off a scramble in the state to purchase standard capacity magazines.
“There’s no way that an intelligent person is going to look at this law and see that it would stop or limit or change the of any kind of mass shooting.”—Bellevue gun dealer Wade Gaughran to KING News
Washington State gun owners & Second Amendment activists rose up in protest against a radical Senate bill (ESSB 5078) that seeks to ban normal ammunition magazines.
“We are extraordinarily blessed that several armed citizens came to the deputies’ assistance at the critical moments when they were most vulnerable.”—Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo
WRONG: Anti-gun Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell told reporters Washington is “one of the few states” with a firearms preemption law!?
The Seattle Times, a newspaper that has hardly been friendly to the Second Amendment or Evergreen State gun owners, has once again ignited outrage among readers.
Two Washington lawmakers want to eliminate drive-by shootings as a reason to elevate first-degree murder to an aggravated status.
The months of May through September showed an average recovery of 4,265 active CPLs, bringing the number of licenses up to 640,723 as of Oct. 1, and the surge is continuing.
Nothing defines dismal failure so much as the billionaire-bankrolled gun control crusade that has been unfolding in Washington State since 2014.
On June 1, the state licensing agency, which only keeps the data and does not issue CPLs, reported a whopping 4,936 active license turnaround during the month of May.
The legislation does not prevent licensed concealed carry at rallies or inside the Capitol building or state legislative office buildings.
“But linking current federal and state legislation to preventing horrors like Boulder is mere political opportunism.”—George Brauchler
In Washington State, near Coleville, a man shot a wolf in self defense. The shooting was investigated and confirmed. He uses a Browning Medallion in 7mm-08.
A bill in Washington State to allow the State Police to destroy legal guns, has advanced in the state legislature.
On 12 November 2019, the Tacoma City Council passed its controversial tax on guns and ammunition. The tax is based on a similar tax in Seattle.
Tacoma Washington is following the lead of Seattle. They are considering a tax on guns and ammunition.