Posted February 5, 2024 10:47 am by Comments

By Jordan Stein

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HB 2 Passes House of Delegates
Dear friend,
Last week, the Virginia House of Delegates voted on party lines to pass HB 2.
As I have told you before, this bill is one of the worst so-called “assault weapon” ban bills in the country. In fact, GOA has a full breakdown of the bill here.
But in short, some of the lowlights of HB 2 are:

Prohibits the import, sale, manufacture, possession, transport or transfer of an “assault weapon.”
Changes the law to require that any person purchasing an “assault weapon” from a dealer be 21 years of age or older.
Expands the definition of “assault firearms” — including more rifles, shotguns and handguns.
Makes it a crime for any person to import, sell, barter, or transfer a “large capacity” ammunition feeding device.

During debate, pro-gun Delegate Nick Freitas rightly pointed out one of the many problems with this bill, stating, “So, instead of like a typical stock like you would see on a hunting rifle, you have a pistol grip. Now it’s an ‘assault weapon.’ The reason why I call that arbitrary is because it is.

Source: Gun Owners of America

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