Colorado Magazine Capacity Law Ripe for Repeal?

Republicans in the Colorado Senate have introduced a bill to repeal the limits placed on magazine capacity in 2013. Here the summary of SB18-052: Prohibiting the possession of certain ammunition magazines; and Requiring each of certain ammunition magazines that are manufactured in Colorado on or after July 1, 2013, to include a permanent stamp or […]

KY: Bowling Green Eliminates Gun Ban in City Buildings

On 2 January, 2018, the City of Bowling Green, Kentucky finalized an action that repealed the city ban on the carrying of concealed weapons in city buildings.  The video of the Commissioners meeting can be seen here. Commissioner Nash (sunglasses on top of head, tie, second from left) was the lone dissenting vote. From bgdailynews.com: […]

Utah Joins 11 States Prohibiting Police Destruction of Confiscated or “Surrendered” Firearms

Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- Why destroy valuable property when it can be sold and the proceeds used for the public good? It’s a question that the Beehive State recently addressed. stgeorgeutah.com: Another new law says authorities can sell abandoned guns or give them to a firearms dealer for sale or to the Bureau of Forensic Services for testing. But law […]

Three Georgia Senators Call for Firearm Destruction

In 2012, the Georgia Legislature passed a statute to forbidding the police to destroy valuable firearms. The statute requires that firearms in possession of police — whether confiscated, seized or otherwise acquired — be sold to legal dealers. Once administrative costs are covered, the money from the sale goes to the general fund of the […]

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