Florida Alert! First-Time Gun Buyers Angered Over Gun Purchase Laws

Gun Rights
DATE:  May 24, 2020
TO:      USF & NRA Members and Friends
FROM: Marion P. Hammer
  USF Executive Director
  NRA Past President

First time gun buyers, continue to be upset by gun purchase laws that have no impact on criminals but only serve to harass and delay law-abiding people from getting a gun when they need it most. 

By Stephen Gutowski
Washington Free Beacon
May 23, 2020 

https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/first-time-gun-buyers-explain-how-coronavirus-changed-their-politics/ 

Scott Kane went 38 years without ever touching a gun. That streak would have continued had it not been for the coronavirus. In March, fearful of the harassment his wife and child experienced over their Asian ancestry, Kane found himself in a California gun shop. His March 11 purchase of a 9mm would have been the end of the story, were it not for a political standoff over shutdown orders and background checks. Now Kane, a former supporter of gun-control measures and AR-15 bans, is frustrated by the arduous process that has denied his family a sense of security. 

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The pandemic has made the soft-spoken software engineer an unlikely Second Amendment supporter.

“This has taken me, a law-abiding citizen with nary an unpaid parking ticket to my name, over a month,” he told the Washington Free Beacon. “Meanwhile Joe Bad Guy has probably purchased several fully automatic AK-47s out of the back of an El Camino in a shady part of town with zero background checks.”…READ THE REST OF THE STORY HERE: 

https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/first-time-gun-buyers-explain-how-coronavirus-changed-their-politics/

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