Minnesota: Two Anti Gun Bills Scheduled to be Heard in Committee

Gun Rights

On Thursday February 28th at 10:30 am, House File 601 and House File 4300 will be heard in Room 200 of the State Office Building by the Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee and the Children and Families Finance and Policy Committee. These bills would penalize gun owners for failing to report a lost or stolen firearm and would mandate unreasonable storage requirements. Please contact representatives from both committees and urge them to OPPOSE HF 601 and HF 4300 by using the Take Action buttons below.

Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee

Children and Families Finance and Policy Committee

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HF 601 victimizes gun owners who suffer loss or theft of their property, with harsh criminal penalties if they do not report lost or stolen firearms within 48 hours of discovering them missing. 

HF 4300 imposes unreasonable firearm storage requirements impeding one’s ability to engage in self-defense and imposes criminal penalties for violations. HF 4300 mandates a one size all fits all approach, regardless of personal circumstances and needs. This could further harm a victim of a crime by subjecting them to criminal penalties for improper storage. 

Once again, please contact your representative and ask them to OPPOSE HF 601 and HF 4300.

The NRA will work diligently to defend your Second Amendment rights by opposing bills like HF 601 and HF 4300. Continue to check your inbox and the NRA-ILA website for updates concerning your Second Amendment Rights and hunting heritage in Minnesota. 

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