Vermont: Senate Anti-Gun Floor Vote Tuesday

Gun Rights

On Tuesday, February 27th, the Vermont Senate will hold a vote on S. 209, also known as “Vermont’s Ghost Gun Act.” This bill is just the latest push by radical gun-control politicians to further strip Vermont gun-owners of their Second Amendment rights. The NRA is calling on all members and gun rights supporters to contact their State Senator NOW and tell them to OPPOSE S. 209. To contact your Senator, click the TAKE ACTION button below.

S. 209 seeks to implement failed California-style policies that require serialization of firearm parts. The ambiguous term “ghost gun” is an invention of anti-gun advocates to restrict the gun-rights of law-abiding citizens. First and foremost, a prohibited individual is prohibited from owning a firearm regardless of how the firearm is assembled. This means that whether that possessed firearm was assembled in a factory, or assembled using a kit, it does not change the fact that possession of that firearm is a criminal act. If passed, this law would require law-abiding gun-owners to contact government agencies and obtain serial numbers whenever they purchase critical parts for their firearms. This will only impact law-abiding citizens because criminals will ignore this law and continue to obtain un-serialized firearms and firearm parts.

Vermont gun-owners should be allowed to repair firearms without being required to contact government agencies to obtain serializations for legally purchased parts. This unfair and egregious overstep by the anti-gun politicians in Vermont must be stopped. To do your part, click the TAKE ACTION button to tell the Vermont Senate to OPPOSE S. 209.

You Might Like

You Might Like

Articles You May Like

Letters: The lifesaving advantages of secure gun storage
Joe Biden Seems to Hate Cannons as Much as He Hates the Truth
Colorado Congresswomen Pettersen, Heavily Funded by Israeli Interests, Shows No Interest in Representing Her Constituents
Dartmouth Political Union hosts David Hogg and Spike Cohen for expert debate about gun control policies

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *