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There is a proposal in the legislature that would require owners of fireamrs to take out a $250,000 insurance policy for each seperate firearm owned If you don't you will be imprisoned. It also calls for the limitation on the number of firearms you can purchases per year. It would also require owners to show proof of insurance for each firearm at time of LTC renewal.

http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht02/ht02125.htm
 

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MACHINE said:
what kind of unconstitutional bullshit is that
The same BS that our great all knowing AG uses to put restrictions and specifications on handguns that are sold in this wonderful totalitarian state. It's ridiculous here.

I've sent a letter to my state senator expressing my feelings on this, but I doubt she'd be against something like this...
 

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Ducman said:
This bill comes up every few years and gets stuck in review.
It will hopefully die a slow death as it has done before

But call your reps and let the know .

also the target gun bill is in the MA senate, please call your sen. and let them know you want them to support the bill
Duc,

Do you have a link toward the 'Target Gun' bill?

Thanks,

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It's H.4552

http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht04/ht04552.htm

I contacted mine a few times about it. It's a small step, but atleast it's in the right direction.
 

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DevX said:
It's H.4552

http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht04/ht04552.htm

I contacted mine a few times about it. It's a small step, but atleast it's in the right direction.

I got a letter in the mail yesterday from Mr.Resor

Thank you for your correspondence regarding H 4552 "An Act Protecting the Rights of Target SHooters." In the past I have supported legislation that prohibits the purchase of certain guns that are extremely lethal, as well as high powered weapons that can be used in warfare, sniper activity or other non-recreational activities. I have read the Gun Owner's Action League fact sheet that explains H4552. My initial response is to be supportive of recreational activities that include Olympic style pistol shooting, international practical shooting competition and single action pistol competitions. I would welcome any more information that you could send me to know more about this sport and the guns used in them before I make up my mind.

Thank you again for your correspondence and I look forward to hearing from you.
At least she's kind of supportive. I think it hit the floor already though.


I have supported legislation that prohibits the purchase of certain guns that are extremely lethal
Uh...
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