A plethora of MA gun bills pending in the legislature are attempting to discourage people from purchasing guns in the state. H3782 and H3756 are just two of them that place undue burdens on both sellers and purchasers of firearms in Massachusetts. The hearings on these and numerous others will be August 28 at 10:00 a.m.
The MA gun bills -a liberal’s fantasy lineup
Section 122 of chapter 140 of the General Laws is hereby amended by adding the following paragraph:-
Every person licensed to sell, rent or lease firearms shall, for each firearm, contact the Massachusetts State Police Crime Laboratory Ballistics Section to test-fire the firearm, photograph the firearm and prepare ballistics reports based upon their examination to be submitted to along with the make, model, serial number, caliber, barrel length, and gun surface finish for the gun transaction to the Massachusetts Instant Record Check System and Firearm Records Bureau. After the gun information has been entered, every licensed person shall contact the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.