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Hawaii: Trigger Modification Ban Headed to Governor’s Desk

Friday, April 27, 2018

Hawaii: Trigger Modification Ban Headed to Governor’s Desk

On April 25th, the Hawaii state Senate voted to pass Senate Bill 2046, as previously amended by the House, to ban certain trigger modifications.  SB 2046 has been transmitted to Governor David Ige’s desk for his approval.  Please contact Gov. Ige and politely urge him to veto Senate Bill 2046!  Click the “Take Action” button and here to contact Gov. Ige.

Senate Bill 2046, sponsored by Senator Karl Rhoads (D-13), would make it a crime to manufacture, import, sell, gift, lend, or possess certain trigger modifications.  It contains vague language that could criminalize firearm modifications that are commonly done by law-abiding gun owners to make their firearms more suitable for self-defense, competition, hunting, or even overcoming disability.

Again, please click the “Take Action” button and here to contact Gov. Ige and urge him to veto Senate Bill 2046.

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