USA -(Ammoland.com)- It has come to my attention that there is some confusion regarding the points raised in our last alert.about SB 500.
This email is intended to further explain why SB 500 is bad for gun owners. Quite frankly, I am surprised that I even need to write this because our first alert was pretty clear.
First, it is never a good idea to tie state law to federal law. Federal law can change, we here in New Hampshire might not like that change. However, once the federal definitions change, New Hampshire gun owners would be bound by that change in definitions. Right now, today, federal law defines firearms to include frames, receivers, silencers and even STARTER GUNS! None of these items can fire live ammunition, but yet federal law includes these items in the definition of a firearm.
Now, to be clear, we must follow federal law but that means New Hampshire based dealers cannot sell firearms to prohibited persons and private citizens cannot modify firearms in a manner that would violate any law, New Hampshire or federal. However, following the law does not mean …Read the Rest