” A new gun law calls on sheriffs to search the home of assault weapon owners.
One of the major gun-control efforts in Olympia this session calls for the sheriff to inspect the homes of assault-weapon owners. The bill’s backers say that was a mistake.
Forget police drones flying over your house. How about police coming inside, once a year, to have a look around?
As Orwellian as that sounds, it isn’t hypothetical. The notion of police home inspections was introduced in a bill last week in Olympia.
That it’s part of one of the major gun-control efforts pains me. It seemed in recent weeks lawmakers might be headed toward some common-sense regulation of gun sales. But then last week they went too far. By mistake, they claim. But still too far.
“They always say, we’ll never go house to house to take your guns away. But then you see this, and you have to wonder.” “
- Missouri House Democrats propose assault weapon ban (kansascity.com)
- Firearms maker pulls business from N.Y. after new gun law (washingtontimes.com)
- Mistake in gun bill could defeat the effort (A mistake’s only a mistake if you’re caught) (grumpyelder.com)
- Washington State Proposed Gun Law Calls on Sheriff to Inspect Homes of Assault-Weapon Owners (thegatewaypundit.com)
- Companies fire back in nationwide 2nd Amendment debate (EndtheLie.com)
- Gun Control Fanatics Continue Biggest Gun Nanny Contest (personalliberty.com)
- Mistake in gun bill could defeat the effort (seattletimes.com)