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    H.R. 4269: Protecting Lawful Transportation of Firearms

    We knew that Morgan Griffith would be sorely missed from the House of Delegates, but it looks like he is doing very good work for us up in Washington. Adding teeth to FOPA!

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    H.R. 4269: Protecting Lawful Transportation of Firearms

    When Congress passed the Firearms Owners' Protection Act (FOPA) in 1986, one of the key provisions of the bill was intended to protect the rights of gun owners to legally transport their firearms between locations where they are legally allowed to possess them.

    Unfortunately, some local jurisdictions have chosen to ignore federal law and the courts have upheld these infringements on Second Amendment rights.

    H.R. 4269, introduced by U.S. Reps. Morgan Griffith (R-Va.), Ted Poe (R-Texas) and Bill Owens (D-N.Y.) would amend this provision to ensure it has the effect Congress intended.

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    Maybe he'll be one we can recruit into repealing the GFSZA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFred View Post
    Maybe he'll be one we can recruit into repealing the GFSZA?

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    That would be a very good thing.

    The GFSZA just creates a fish in a barrel condition and allows for otherwise innocent (no neferious intent) infractions to penalize LAC.
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    Situations like having your home abut with the school's property. Technically the second I set foot off of my property I am in violation since I don't possess a CHP.

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