Tuesday, March 31, 2020

H.R. 6126: this needs to go through

Finally, some good news – a light on the horizon in what seems to be an endless sea of anti-gun bills! Earlier this month, Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL-17) introduced H.R. 6126, a bill that would cap ATF transfer times on suppressors at 90 days. If not approved within the 90-day time frame, any application that has not been denied would, by default, be deemed approved.
It's a start.


Anonymous said...

Its movement in the right direction. It would be even better though to remove them from the lost of NFA weapons and classify them as safety items instead.


Firehand said...

Were Congress not full of control freaks and idiots the Hearing Protection Act would've gone through.

Old 1811 said...

Wake me when the Democrats lose the House and this bill has a snowball in hell's chance of passage. "Gun rights advocates" in Congress never brought the HPA or nationwide reciprocity to a vote when they would have easily been passed and signed by the President, but they're great at introducing bills they know won't go anywhere, so they can show what great friends of the Bill of Rights they are.
Did I mention I'm not impressed?