Yesterday, the Delaware House Administration Committee released House Bill 300 a day before the legislature goes on its 6-week budget recess. HB 300 was released with amendments that walked back some of the more extreme aspects of the legislation.
As amended, House Bill 300, sponsored by state Representative Valerie Longhurst, would make it a crime to knowingly possess a “bump stock” or trigger crank” device. Further, HB 300 contains no grandfather clause, and requires individuals who possess the above prohibited items to dispose of them within 120 days of the measure’s effective date.
Your NRA-ILA will continue to keep you updated on this legislation following the budget recess. Please stay-tuned to your email alerts and www.NRAILA.org for more information.