Maine: Lawmakers to Vote Friday on Vetoed Anti-Gun Measure

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On Friday, May 10th, the Maine House of Representatives and the Maine Senate will be holding a critical vote to uphold a veto on LD 2086, which contains language banning commonly owned firearms and firearm parts. NRA members and gun rights supporters are urged to contact their lawmakers and request that they sustain the veto for LD 2086. Click the TAKE ACTION button NOW to contact your state lawmakers

LD 2086, introduced by leading gun-grabbing politician Sen. Anne Carney, creates a backdoor ban on commonly owned firearms and firearm parts by redefining a “machine gun” to include any semi-automatic firearm that includes parts that can “increase the rate of fire.” This poorly written bill attempts to sneak a so-called “rapid-fire modification ban” past Mainers in a bill completely unrelated to firearm parts. As written, this bill would ban legally and commonly owned firearm parts used for training, hunting, or self-defense, and could be utilized to ban shotguns and other firearms capable of firing birdshot or snake shot.

Please stay tuned to the NRA-ILA website and your inbox for updates.

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