H.R. 38 the bill allowing National Reciprocity for concealed carry, has passed the House of Representatives and is moving on to the Senate. Whether you are for or against the bill, this is a fight that we should be having. The self-appointed elites in New York are coming unglued at the idea that the peasants might be armed.
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- HR 38 passes the House This is a fight we want to have. We have moved from should be CCW to should CCW be like a Driver’s License.
- Our Self-Appointed Masters are not pleased – NYC bigs blast Republican gun bill https://nypost.com
- House Passes Concealed Carry Reciprocity https://www.nraila.org
- Official HR 38 Bill – 1 Amendment https://www.congress.gov
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Official HR 38 Bill – 1 Amendment – https://www.congress.gov
Republicans pushed a bill through the House Wednesday that would make it easier for gun owners to legally carry licensed concealed weapons across state lines ? and into cities like New York.
The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act would allow gun owners with any state-issued concealed-carry permit to carry a handgun in any state that allows concealed weapons.
The bill, strongly backed by the National Rifle Association, now goes to the Senate, where the GOP holds a slight majority.
The move was blasted Wednesday by New York City law-enforcement authorities at a press conference in Times Square.
“New York City’s well-recognized success in the continued decrease in shootings and murder is in no small part a result of effective control of guns on our streets,” NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill said.
“Any measures that would contribute to the increase of firearms in New York could only jeopardize the level of safety that New Yorkers have benefited from through effective gun control. This proposed bill creates a real risk to public safety.”
The National Rifle Association applauded the United States House of Representatives on Wednesday for passing the most far-reaching expansion of self-defense rights in modern American history. The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 passed with bipartisan support in a 231-198 vote.
“This vote marks a watershed moment for Second Amendment rights,” said Chris W. Cox, executive director, National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action. “The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act is the culmination of a 30-year movement recognizing the right of all law-abiding Americans to defend themselves, and their loved ones, including when they cross state lines.”
The bill, H.R. 38, ensures that those Americans who can legally carry a concealed firearm in one state will legally be able to do so in every other state. It eliminates the confusing patchwork of state laws that have ensnared otherwise law-abiding gun owners, and have forced law enforcement to waste their precious time and resources enforcing laws that don’t do anything to reduce violent crime.
The bill also makes improvements to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, NICS. All Americans, including law-abiding gun owners, agree that violent criminals should not have legal access to firearms. However, the system is only as good as its records, and recent events have shown that sometimes the correct information is not entered into the system. This bill incentivizes states and government agencies to update the NICS with legitimate records of prohibited persons.
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