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OGAM comming to Florida???

Post by FfNJGTFO » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:37 pm

I heard on the Gun-4-Hire Radio podcast this morning that legislation has been introduced to implement OGAM (One (hand)gun a month) here in FL, as it is currently in the PRNJ. THis means you'd only be allowed to take delivery on one handgun every 30 days...

Wake up folks! We better hope this gets killed in either or both houses....

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Post by Tenzing_Norgay » Mon Jan 14, 2019 1:20 am

Nope. VA & OR are contemplating such a law, but not FL (unless some whack-a-doodle filed a (doomed) bill in the last coupla days).

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Post by gforester » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:29 am

Which begs the question, what problem does this law address?

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Post by Skoll » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:07 am

gforester wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:29 am
Which begs the question, what problem does this law address?
The problem of you having weapons of war only our military and police should have, citizen. Do you have something to fear and hide?
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Post by CaptBarty » Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:34 am

What about buying a collection? Some guy on Armslist has a collection of wartime 1911s, about 8 or 10 of them. Or, a collector buying sequential serial numbers?


Either someone who does not know what they are talking about controlling others, or someone just wants to make it impossible to have anything. Your guess.
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Post by FfNJGTFO » Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:16 pm

CaptBarty wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:34 am
What about buying a collection? Some guy on Armslist has a collection of wartime 1911s, about 8 or 10 of them. Or, a collector buying sequential serial numbers?


Either someone who does not know what they are talking about controlling others, or someone just wants to make it impossible to have anything. Your guess.
"Curio and Relic" pieces might be treated differently. But modern day and/or newly manufactured weapons, definitely OGAM in the PRNJ.

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Post by Skoll » Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:44 pm

FfNJGTFO wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:16 pm
CaptBarty wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:34 am
What about buying a collection? Some guy on Armslist has a collection of wartime 1911s, about 8 or 10 of them. Or, a collector buying sequential serial numbers?


Either someone who does not know what they are talking about controlling others, or someone just wants to make it impossible to have anything. Your guess.
"Curio and Relic" pieces might be treated differently. But modern day and/or newly manufactured weapons, definitely OGAM in the PRNJ.
NJ even considers flintlocks as firearms though the Feds don't. Remember that old professor who got arrested for having one in his car in NJ?

https://www.nraila.org/articles/2015022 ... ock-pistol
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Post by charliedwsr » Mon Jan 14, 2019 4:26 pm

For many years Virginia was One Handgun a Month State.

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Post by Chigger » Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:45 pm

Way back when Nelson had introduced this idea in early 2000's, we put out over the radio show to call Nelsons office to see how the funding of this was going to work.
In other words those who couldn't afford to buy one gun a month call Nelson and ask how they could go about getting funds to buy one gun a month.

Nelsons office after two weeks of being inundated with calls, called the show and tried to say that wasn't what the legislation was about. But we wouldn't let him get a word in and he hung up.

Funny crap.

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Post by Tenzing_Norgay » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:44 pm

OREGON BILL WOULD CAP MAGAZINES TO 5 RDS, RATION AMMO TO 20 RDS/MONTH
01/14/19 6:30 AM | by Chris Eger



Gun owners would have to have a permit, limit magazines to five rounds or less, and be content with 20 cartridges a month, under a plan in the Oregon Senate.

Legislation submitted in the Democrat-controlled Oregon legislature would fundamentally change the state’s firearm laws, recasting them as the most restrictive in the country.

State Sen. Rob Wagner has submitted SB 501 for the upcoming session. Wagner’s bill would require licensing for gun owners prior to purchase, outlaw firearm magazines capable of holding more than five rounds and limit individual ammunition sales to no more than 20 rounds every 30 days.

Wagner conceded to local media that it was “probably a long shot that something like this passes in whole cloth,” but is proceeding with the measure on behalf of a group of student gun control advocates. A Portland-area Democrat, Wagner was endorsed by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown group who also contributed directly to his campaign last fall.

Besides its restrictions on ammunition and requirements for licensing, SB 501 would also mandate that background checks be delayed for 14-days so that state police can research would-be buyers, fine gun owners who failed to report lost or stolen firearms and require guns be locked up when not in use. There would be no grandfathering of magazines affected by the ban.

The bill is strongly opposed by both state and national gun rights groups as well as Republicans in the legislature.

“Oregonians need to show up at the Capitol and express their concern over their personal safety and the harm caused by this kind of legislation,” said Rep. Bill Post, R-Keizer, who went on to point out that everyone from hunters unable to meet their allowed bag limit due to lack of ammo to gun owners who would have their now-legal firearms outlawed had skin in the game.

“That means your old six shot revolver would be required to be turned in or destroyed,” said Post.

While Washington, D.C., nine U.S. states, and a number of municipalities have arbitrary restrictions on magazine capacity, none would set the bar as low as Oregon’s proposed law. When New York adopted a seven round restriction as part of their SAFE Act in 2013, a federal judge overturned it the next year, saying that it violated the Second Amendment, leaving many counties in the Empire State to stop enforcing it.

Democrats enjoy a super-majority in both the Oregon House and Senate and have muscled several anti-gun bills through Salem to the waiting desk of fellow Dem, Gov. Kate Brown. Brown, who has in the past directed state police to track and analyze gun transactions, while urging Congress to ban “assault weapons” and enact no fly/no buy legislation, picked up a $250,000 donation from Bloomberg in 2016.

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