New Hampshire: “Universal” Background Check Bill Goes to House Floor this Wednesday

c_gun_show2This Wednesday, February 12,  your state Representative(s) could be the deciding vote on whether anti-gun legislation House Bill 1589 passes in the New Hampshire House of Representatives.

If enacted into law, House Bill 1589 would mandate background checks for all transactions at gun shows and on private sales conducted through newspaper or internet ads.  It even goes as far as to virtually eliminate gun transfers between family and friends.  “Universal” background checks do nothing to reduce violent crime, and only affect law-abiding gun owners by imposing cumbersome mandates and restrictions on the lawful purchase and possession of firearms.

This article continues at nraila.org

Share Your Comments
Trending Now on GJWHG