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Arizona tells the gov't to back off

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=137649

A sixth state Arizona now has declared that guns made and kept inside its borders essentially are free from federal application, registration and ownership regulations in a surging movement among states that one supporter describes as a direct challenge to "a government monopoly on the supply of firearms."

Gov. Jan Brewer this week signed the state's version of a "Firearms Freedom Act," which originated in Montana and now has been adopted by six states, with several dozen more in various stages of their own plans.

Brewer issued a statement that the law is intended to give Washington the message that they should not try to "get between Arizonans and their constitutional rights."

Arizona joins Wyoming, South Dakota, Utah and Tennessee as well as Montana, where Gary Marbut of the Montana Shooting Sports Association was a key proponent. ..cont. at link

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A sixth state Arizona now has declared that guns made and kept inside its borders essentially are free from federal application, registration and ownership regulations in a surging movement among states that one supporter describes as a direct challenge to "a government monopoly on the supply of firearms."

Gov. Jan Brewer this week signed the state's version of a "Firearms Freedom Act," which originated in Montana and now has been adopted by six states, with several dozen more in various stages of their own plans.

Brewer issued a statement that the law is intended to give Washington the message that they should not try to "get between Arizonans and their constitutional rights."

Arizona joins Wyoming, South Dakota, Utah and Tennessee as well as Montana, where Gary Marbut of the Montana Shooting Sports Association was a key proponent. ..cont. at link
When's Texas getting on board???

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When's Texas getting on board???
Texas has to wait until the legislature once again comes into session. Which is about 1 year 6 months away.

Texas legislature is only allowed to meet once every two year.

I LIKE this. That way they can't pass more bullshit laws. They had the gun thing last session but didn't act on it.

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Texas has to wait until the legislature once again comes into session. Which is about 1 year 6 months away.

Texas legislature is only allowed to meet once every two year.
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They had the gun thing last session but didn't act on it.
Didn't know about that. At least it's on the plate! Thanks.

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Yes we do need this in Texas as well.
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A sixth state Arizona now has declared that guns made and kept inside its borders essentially are free from federal application, registration and ownership regulations in a surging movement among states that one supporter describes as a direct challenge to "a government monopoly on the supply of firearms."

Gov. Jan Brewer this week signed the state's version of a "Firearms Freedom Act," which originated in Montana and now has been adopted by six states, with several dozen more in various stages of their own plans.

Brewer issued a statement that the law is intended to give Washington the message that they should not try to "get between Arizonans and their constitutional rights."

Arizona joins Wyoming, South Dakota, Utah and Tennessee as well as Montana, where Gary Marbut of the Montana Shooting Sports Association was a key proponent. ..cont. at link
What weapons/ammunition are made within the Texas border?




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What weapons/ammunition are made within the Texas border?
AR-15's (Build your own), AK's (Build your own), any firearm you can build yourself, Remington Ammunition (They have a ammunition plant I think in North East Texas), Any ammo you can load yourself, etc...

If it passed, I'm willing to bet that there will be a flood of FFL applications to build guns...

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What weapons/ammunition are made within the Texas border?
Couple of gun manufacturers in Texas...

Larue
STI
SOME Mossbergs
American Derringer
Briley
High Standard
Bond Arms
and SVI/Infinity out of Grand Prarie producing some of the nicest 1911/Race style pistols out there:
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