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Posted on January 13, 2012
Last Tuesday, the first day of the 215th session of the New Jersey Legislature, Assembly Bill 857 was introduced.
Introduced by Assemblywoman Alison Littell McHose (R-24), A 857 would repeal New Jersey’s law which allows residents to purchase only one handgun per month. Current law states, “A dealer shall not knowingly deliver more than one handgun to any person within any 30-day period.”
Supporters of gun rationing claim that this law is needed to prevent criminals from buying large quantities of handguns for illegal resale. The following are three reasons why gun rationing should be repealed:
New Jersey’s gun rationing law only affects law-abiding gun owners and does nothing to prevent criminals from breaking a law they violate anyway.
No action is needed on your part at this time, but please continue to check www.NRAILA.org and your e-mail for more updates on this important issue.
New Jersey, Gun Rationing, One-Gun-A-Month
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