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Another Wave of Gun Control Bans HUNDREDS of Weapons!

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 BigRed    150

This past week, the Attorney General of Massachusetts unilaterally decided to ban hundreds of firearms.

In the 1990s, Massachusetts, like many other liberal states, banned a number of firearms by name and based on what cosmetic attachments they had. The state defined an “assault weapon” as any semi-automatic rifle that accepts a detachable magazine and has a number of “features.” Rifles were banned if they had adjustable stocks or pistol grips or threaded barrels.

Well, this past week, the Attorney General made a stunning admission: Removing these so-called evil features is nothing but “small tweaks that do nothing to limit the lethalness of the weapon.”

After admitting that features like a threaded barrel or pistol grip do nothing to make a weapon more lethal, the Attorney General issued an order essentially banning all semi-automatic rifles in the state.

When asked what she was going to do with all those who own previously-legal rifles, the AG responded that she has no immediate plan to confiscate them, obviously leaving the door open…

Congressional Democrats are already using this to propel their policy agenda forward. They are calling for gun bans nationwide.

It is time for them to be stopped in their tracks! “Shall not be infringed” means shall not be infringed!

This is the beginning of the largest gun ban in history! Don’t leave anything to chance! FaxBlast and DEMAND that Congress overrule these gun bans nationwide!


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