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MISSOURI FIREARMS FREEDOM ACT, HB 1230

 
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MISSOURI FIREARMS FREEDOM ACT, HB 1230
The bill, which cites the 9th, 10th & 2nd amendments, as well as the US Commerce clause, declares that the federal government has no authority to regulate the sale, transport and use of personal firearms (rifles, shotguns and handguns) which are manufactured in–and remain in–Missouri.

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Re: MISSOURI FIREARMS FREEDOM ACT, HB 1230
I am trying to find out if this is the same Bill that has been introduced for the Conceal to Carry in Missouri Schools for Teachers that has been proposed.
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Re: MISSOURI FIREARMS FREEDOM ACT, HB 1230
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Could someone on here try and embed this video it won't for me for some reason.
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I appreciate that. Are you from Missouri
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I appreciate that. Are you from Missouri
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yes :gdb:
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Re: MISSOURI FIREARMS FREEDOM ACT, HB 1230
Firearms Freedom Act (FFA)

States Passed: MT, ID, WY, UT, AZ, SD, TN

States Introduced: WA, OR, CO, TX, OK, KS, LA, MO, IA, MN, AL, KY, IN, MI, OH, PA, WV, VA, SC, FL

States Intending: NM, AR, GA, NC

Nothing Yet: CA, NV, NE, ND, WI, IL, MS, NY, VT, MA, CT, NJ, MD, ME, DC, DE
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I appreciate that. Are you from Missouri
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yes :gdb:
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Are you able to tell me if this is the same Bill that has been recently introduced.
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We did that in Wyoming a few years ago. You could still buy lower recievers without registering them. It was really easy to buy pieces and build your own gun. Now, you would have to buy a lower reciever blank and have it formed on a sheet metal brake to build an unregistered gun. We have a few manufacturers in Wyoming, so we can still buy guns unregistered, but the hot ticket is to build your own. As long as the reciever is the SNed part, you still end up with a registered gun unless you have a sheet metal brake.
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Gun control laws are written in the "Interstate Commerce Clause" and therefore do not apply to guns that do not cross state lines. Gun grabbers know this, and they are not happy. Technically, they can't control guns in Commerce Clause anyway, but they have for so long, I guess it's grandfathered in.

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We did that in Wyoming a few years ago. You could still buy lower recievers without registering them. It was really easy to buy pieces and build your own gun. Now, you would have to buy a lower reciever blank and have it formed on a sheet metal brake to build an unregistered gun. We have a few manufacturers in Wyoming, so we can still buy guns unregistered, but the hot ticket is to build your own. As long as the reciever is the SNed part, you still end up with a registered gun unless you have a sheet metal brake.
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I didn't realize that thanks
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We did that in Wyoming a few years ago. You could still buy lower recievers without registering them. It was really easy to buy pieces and build your own gun. Now, you would have to buy a lower reciever blank and have it formed on a sheet metal brake to build an unregistered gun. We have a few manufacturers in Wyoming, so we can still buy guns unregistered, but the hot ticket is to build your own. As long as the reciever is the SNed part, you still end up with a registered gun unless you have a sheet metal brake.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


I didn't realize that thanks
 Quoting: Lost N Dying World


Thats actually the case in most states. As long as you build, machine, or whatever to make the receiver you are good to go. Atf even has a letter stating such.
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We did that in Wyoming a few years ago. You could still buy lower recievers without registering them. It was really easy to buy pieces and build your own gun. Now, you would have to buy a lower reciever blank and have it formed on a sheet metal brake to build an unregistered gun. We have a few manufacturers in Wyoming, so we can still buy guns unregistered, but the hot ticket is to build your own. As long as the reciever is the SNed part, you still end up with a registered gun unless you have a sheet metal brake.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


I didn't realize that thanks
 Quoting: Lost N Dying World


Thats actually the case in most states. As long as you build, machine, or whatever to make the receiver you are good to go. Atf even has a letter stating such.
 Quoting: Roobit


If they come out with a gun ban are they able to confiscate the machined weapon.
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We did that in Wyoming a few years ago. You could still buy lower recievers without registering them. It was really easy to buy pieces and build your own gun. Now, you would have to buy a lower reciever blank and have it formed on a sheet metal brake to build an unregistered gun. We have a few manufacturers in Wyoming, so we can still buy guns unregistered, but the hot ticket is to build your own. As long as the reciever is the SNed part, you still end up with a registered gun unless you have a sheet metal brake.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


I didn't realize that thanks
 Quoting: Lost N Dying World


Thats actually the case in most states. As long as you build, machine, or whatever to make the receiver you are good to go. Atf even has a letter stating such.
 Quoting: Roobit


If they come out with a gun ban are they able to confiscate the machined weapon.
 Quoting: Lost N Dying World


If you have bought guns with a paper trail and possess both, possibly. They wont know you have it, but they might find it if they come for the others.
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i live here this is a great state. there are communities in the ozarks that have militias that are batalions strong and we are ready to revolt and fight for out freedom and sovreinty