You get what you vote for

BAMAAKBAMAAK Senior MemberPosts: 3,961 Senior Member
Bills up before the VA legislature. And AL is a third world country? At least it's in the United States!

HB603 would increase the cost of a non-resident carry permit to $150

HB602 would eliminate the online courses for concealed carry permits and require in person classes

HB597 would outlaw any mechanical device that would increase the rate of fire of a semi-auto firearm

HB596 is a high capacity magazine ban

HB498 would repeal the language whereby the state accepts all permits from all states

SB385 would limit handgun sales to 1 every 30 days

SB360 would give local government the ability to prohibit firearms at permitted events

SB351 would prohibit employers from prohibiting employees to leave their firearm in their locked vehicle and would grant them immunity from civil actions for them

SB350 would make concealed carry permits good for 15 years

SB288 would require anyone that has lost or had a firearm stolen to report it to the police within 24 hours

SB276 would basically create extreme risk protection orders whereby firearms could be seized

HB949 would allow state police up to 5 days to reply to a firearm background check

HB928 would ban carrying firearms in any state building

HB927 is an assault weapon ban

HB890 would allow people that have a concealed carry license to carry switchblades

HB857 would prohibit landlords from banning tenants owning firearms

HB819 would ban bumpstocks and any other mechanical device that accelerates the rate of fire of a semi-auto firearm

HB817 would require the state supreme court to provide guidance documents to judges for the restoration of firearm rights

HB814 would allow local governments to prohibit firearms within 1000 feet of protests, parades and other public events

HB721 is a universal background check bill

HB720 would ban anyone convicted of simple assault from owning a firearm

HB717 would require all gun show sales of firearms to have a background check

HB707 would outlaw leaving a firearm anywhere a child could access it (removes the word recklessly)

HB681 would require state police to issue non-resident carry permits within 45 days of receiving the application provided the person is not prohibited

HB651 would require anyone under an order of protection, even preliminary ones, to surrender their concealed carry permit and firearms

HB650 would prohibit anyone that doesn't have an enhanced carry permit from buying more than one handgun during a 30 day period

HB648 would require any dealer that sells more than one gun during a single transaction to report the sale to the state police

SB493 would prohibit colleges from making rules that would prohibit concealed carry holders from carrying on campus

SB447 would require a background check any time a firearm is sold, traded or rented

SB434 would allow some felons restoration of firearm rights by the court system

SB433 would require anyone that has had a firearm stolen or lost to report it within 24 hours

SB432 would require background checks on all firearms sold by gun show vendors

SB412 would require all firearm sales in the state to get a background check

SB405 is another universal background check bill

HB977 would require a background check any time a firearm is sold, traded or rented

HB1255 is a constitutional carry bill

HB1145 is a high capacity magazine ban bill

HB1143 would require anyone wanting to sell or trade a handgun to a non-licensed dealer to get a background check or to apply for a handgun transfer permit

HB1052 would allow local governments to prohibit carrying firearms at marches, protests and other types of gatherings

HB1019 would allow local governments to prohibit carrying firearms at public events that require a permit

HB1009 would add several cities to the list of cities where carrying certain firearms in public is prohibited

SB794 is a 10 round high capacity magazine ban bill

SB748 would require the state supreme court to give guidance to the lower courts for restoring a convicted felon's firearm rights

SB742 is another 10 round high capacity magazine ban but this one makes it a class 6 felony to sell or posses them

SB732 would make those convicted of a list of misdemeanor crimes prohibited from owning fireams

SB689 would allow people whose voting place prohibits firearms to cast an absentee ballot

SB676 would outlaw bump fire stocks and trigger cranks

SB669 would make anyone who was involuntarily committed for mental health care OR who agrees to voluntarily commitment a prohibited person

SB668 would repeal the state's preemption laws

SB665 would add another city, and another county to the list of places where it is prohibited to carry a firearm with more than a 20 round capacity

SB641 would make anyone that is voluntarily committed for mental health reasons a prohibited person

SB596 would give free firearms training to victims of domestic abuse

SB595 would allow anyone under the protection of a court order and who is not otherwise prohibited to carry a firearm while they wait for their carry permit
"He only earns his freedom and his life Who takes them every day by storm."

-- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German writer and politician

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  • TeachTeach Senior Member Posts: 17,917 Senior Member
    "Commiefornia East"
    Hide and wail in terror, Eloi- - - -We Morlocks are on the hunt!
    ASK-HOLE Someone who asks for advice and always does something opposite
  • tennmiketennmike Senior Member Posts: 21,496 Senior Member
    That's what happens when the carpetbagger and scalawag and poltroon population surpasses the indigenous population of freedom loving people in a state. The above three groups vote in their like minded fools to scrap freedom for forced serfdom, and obedience to 'the Crown'.
    A double action revolver is a semiauto firearm. It fires once for every trigger pull.



  • horselipshorselips Senior Member Posts: 3,471 Senior Member
    Some of those bills are good, others not so much.
  • BAMAAKBAMAAK Senior Member Posts: 3,961 Senior Member
    horselips wrote: »
    Some of those bills are good, others not so much.

    With an anti-gun dem gov, how many good ones you think will get signed?
    "He only earns his freedom and his life Who takes them every day by storm."

    -- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German writer and politician
  • tennmiketennmike Senior Member Posts: 21,496 Senior Member
    BAMAAK wrote: »
    With an anti-gun dem gov, how many good ones you think will get signed?

    Somewhere between 0 and 1. Depends if the vote is on a Monday morning after a weekend of wenching and other debauchery. :tooth:
    A double action revolver is a semiauto firearm. It fires once for every trigger pull.



  • john9001john9001 Senior Member Posts: 668 Senior Member
    VA legislature, Republicans control 51 seats in the House of Delegates while Democrats control 49.

    The communists from DC have almost taken over.

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