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New Massachusetts Gun Law makes you a felon for buying more than one gun a month

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Seems like there is a scramble for the Dem Govenor's to outdo one another.  New law proposed today, "An Act To Strengthen and Enhance Firearms Laws in the Commonwealth"

 

 

 
- Seven round mag limit – Magazines are now limited to seven rounds. Current 10 round mags are grandfathered. Owners of so-called “pre-ban” Mass mags (magazines with more than 10-rounds which were allowable under existing law) have one year to ditch them
 
- One Gun A Month – Sales – Bay Staters may not purchase more than one firearm per month. To exceed that rate is a felony. (2.5 years in prison, $1000 fine)
 
- One Gun a Month – Rental/Lease – Citizens may not rent or lease more than one firearm a month (2.5 years in prison $1000 fine)
 
- Universal background checks – All firearms sales (including private sales) must be preceded by a NICS criminal background check
 
- Gun show registration – Gun shows must report every seller at a show to the Department of Criminal Justice Services and pay a $500 fee to same
 
- No Bail for Gun Offenders - If a gun is used in a violent crime the offender may be held without bail until trial
 
- NERF-free schools - Airguns, BB guns, paintball guns, air rifles and yes NERF guns may not be possessed on school property ($500 and a year in jail)
 
- “Rat Rule” – Any staff or administrators who fail to report a violation of the above law are criminals ($500 fine)

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The more of this I see, the more I realize that I will NEVER live in the north east.

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It is a way of showing what can be done, obumer will use this as ammo for His fight.

How the hell can they restrict free trade, 1 buy a month.

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Can't rent more than one gun a month? Are you fucking shitting me? WTF does that have to do with anything?
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Okay, now I've got! This is a *^#% nightmare; I just haven't woken up yet.

This unthinkable tragedy has certainly done one thing. It has resulted in many people on each side of the issue fully disclose where they stand. The "colors" of each team are patently clear. One solution doesn't fit all regions! The cultural divides are too broad. Forcing "one size fits all" solution is a recipe for disaster.

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There are some people who are addicted to buying guns (many on this very board)
I wonder if a ADA exception might be claimed?


Well it does stimulate the economy; besides I told Heir Freud I can stop whenever I want to.

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