Author Topic: Missouri lawmaker introduces bill that would require AR-15 ownership  (Read 226 times)

Online Solar

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According to the proposed bill, any person who qualifies as a resident on Aug. 28, 2019 who does not own an AR-15 would have a year to purchase one. In addition, anyone who becomes a state resident after Aug. 28, 2019 would have no later than a year to purchase an AR-15.

The bill was introduced for the first time and read on Feb. 27.

In addition, McDaniel filed a bill that would require every person 21 years of age and older to own a handgun if they are legally able to. That bill, House Bill 1052, was introduced two days prior to House Bill 1108.

According to the Missouri House of Representatives website, neither bill is currently scheduled for a hearing or on a House calendar.

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I would say a standard handgun is a more realistic approach to this type of law.
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I would say a standard handgun is a more realistic approach to this type of law.
Yeah, I don't have a real affinity for the AR, carried the M-16 as well as a 45 in the army and honestly, I rather have had a shotgun or a 308.
If SHTF I hope to be at a considerable distance and an AR is nothing more than a high powered 22cal. I want so lead flying that packs a punch. 
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