Obama wants to steal our heritage as well…
Dear fellow American,
Nearly 1 million American rifles banned by a stroke of Barack Obama’s pen.
In a move unprecedented in American history, the Obama Administration quietly banned the re-importation of nearly one million American made M1 Garand and Carbine rifles.
The M1 Garand, developed in the late 1930’s, carried the United States through World War II seeing action in every major battle.
Now, South Korea, which received the rifles as a loan during the Korean War, wants to give American gun collectors the chance to get their hands on this unique piece of history.
But according to Hillary Clinton’s State Department there is a danger they might, possibly, one day “fall into the wrong hands.”
Let me be clear: at no time in U.S. history has the ownership of this firearm — or any part of this firearm — been illegal, restricted or banned.
Americans have collected World War II M1 Garand and Carbines for decades.
I’m helping lead the fight to defeat this radical gun ban in the United States Senate and I want your help.
Please join me by taking a public stand AGAINST this outright assault on our Second Amendment rights by signing the Official Firearms Freedom Survey below!
U.S. Senator (R-KY)
Read more: Barack Obama Blocks Return of Historic M-1 Garand Rifles
The Georgia House has a new bill circulating which will require a firearms safety course in order to secure a concealed carry permit. The story was posted Thursday 1/19 on the NRA-ILA website.
On January 13, state Representative Roger Bruce (D-64) introduced legislation that would undermine Georgia’s Right-to-Carry law. House Bill 735 would amend the current carry law by mandating a firearms safety training course within one year of application for Georgia Firearm Permit.
HB 735 would require those applying for a Georgia weapons carry license for the first time, as well as those renewing their current license, to complete a four-hour firearms safety training course from either a weapons training instructor licensed by the Georgia Board of Private Detective and Security Agencies or a peace officer.
Read more at NRA-ILA: Bill Introduced to Further Regulate Georgia Right-to-Carry