Ohio Introduces State Version of US House Bill 3999, Banning More than Bump Stocks

The Ohio Legislature’s Senate Bill 219 Mimics the Broad Language of US House Bill 3999

Ohio has its state version of the current US House Bill, Bill 3999, that will attempt to use the fear of Bump Stock to introduce legislation that goes far beyond bump stocks and slide fire stocks.

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The anti-gun forces are trying exactly what we warned you they would do. Senate Bill 219 has been introduced to the Ohio Senate to ban any device that can “accelerate rate of fire” like the much-maligned bump-stocks. Obviously, OFCC stands firmly against this:
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