Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Dangerous Bills That Must be Stopped

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Anti Gun Extremist group led by Democratic Senator Deborah Rios created these dangerous and tyrannical bills. They are sponsored by 11 other representatives all of whom are a democrat. This should be of no surprise given what we have seen in other states that their friends created.

The Senators/Reps that Created Sponsored these bills are, let’s vote them out NOW:

AZ Senate Bill 1624 Summary:

SB1624 – Ban on private Transfers. The proposed law prohibits the private sales/transfers of firearms unless conducted through an FFL. This would ban merely letting a friend shoot your gun while target shooting in the desert.

A violation of the statute is a class 5 felony. Text:

AZ Senate Bill 1625 Summary:

SB1625 – Ban on “Assualt weapons” and Magazines over 10 rounds. The proposed law prohibits the manufacture, import, possession, purchase, sale, or transfer of “assault weapons” or “large capacity magazines” (over ten rounds) unless you register the item. Registration consists of 1) registration, 2) background check, 3) “safe and secure” storage of the item with rules that DPS will make up, 4) annual renewal of the registration and background check, and 5) you may the ONLY possess the item in a few scenarios: a) on property that you own or immediately control, or b) while on the premises of a licensed gunsmith for repairs, or c) at a duly licensed firing range, or d) while traveling to or from any of the three locations above IF the item is stored unloaded in a locked container (does not include glove compartment or trunk). {Noticeably absent – you cannot shoot such items out in the desert. Or hunting.} If item is stolen and you do not report the theft within 48 hours, you are liable civilly for all damages.

An “assault weapon” is defined as i) a semi-auto rifle that has a detachable magazine,
ii) semi-auto pistol or any semi-auto centerfire rifle with a fixed magazine that has a capacity to accept more than 10 rounds, iii) semi-auto pistol that has detachable magazine and has at least one of the following: a) any feature capable of functioning as a protruding grip held by the nontrigger hand, b) a folding, telescoping, or thumbhold stock [definition of “stock?}, c) a barrel shroud or foreend that allows you told the firearm with the nontrigger hand and not get burned, or d) ability to accept magazine outside of pistol grip, iv) a semi-auto shotgun that has any of the following: a) pistol grip or thumbhole stock, or b) any feature capable of functioning as a protruding grip held by the nontrigger hand, or c) folding or telescoping stock, or d) a fixed magazine that can have more than 5 rounds, or e) ability to accept detachable magazine, v) a shotgun with a revolving cylinder, vi) kits, parts, or combination of parts that can make an assault weapons.

A violation of the statute is a class 1 misdemeanor with minimum fine of $500 for first violation. Second violation is class 5 felony with minimum fine of $2500. Third violation is class 4 felony with minimum fine of $5000. Text:

AZ Senate Bill 1626 Summary:

SB1626 – Red Flag law. The proposed law institutes a several threat order of protection scheme. This law prevents the respondent from owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving, or controlling a firearm or ammunition for one year upon a statement by a family or household member (related by blood, marriage, adoption, or current or former dating partner {what on earth does former dating partner mean – someone who you went to the movies once twenty years ago??} {also – ANY person related to you – 6th cousin’s spouse??}, legal guardian, or has resided in the same household within the previous year), LEO, school administrator or teacher, or behavioral health professional that claims the respondent poses a significant danger or causing physical injury to self or others. The order may be granted ex parte (without the respondent being there or even knowing). The order WILL be granted the same day the application is filed. If the order is granted, the court shall order a hearing within 14 days to the respondent can fight it, if they want. If granted, the court shall notify DPS within one day, then DPS shall notify the FBI (NICS). The police will charge storage fees as long as they keep the respondent’s firearms/ammo. When the one year is almost up (11 months to be exact), the petitioner has an opportunity to renew the order. If the order is not renewed, the respondent can request their items be returned. Text:

Source: AZ Gun Law