Are these new gun proposals in NJ trying to kill gun owners? (Opinion)

Are these new gun proposals in NJ trying to kill gun owners? (Opinion)

New Jersey has among the most restrictive gun laws in the United States. The controlling Democratic Party here would probably prefer not a single ordinary citizen own a gun of any kind. In New Jersey, a home with a gun owner and a leper colony are pretty much equally shunned. So would you really think that we need even more restrictions? Democrats in the Legislature certainly do. A new package of eight proposals to further restrict guns is in play in Trenton. There’s one in particular that bothers me the most but first here’s the full list . (A1280) Ban the future sales of .50 caliber guns in New Jersey and require current owners of .50 caliber guns to pay a $50 fee. (A5030) Require people who buy guns in New Jersey to renew their purchaser ID card every four years and show proof of taking a course on safe handling and storage of firearms. Currently, purchaser ID cards are valid indefinitely. It would also require people who inherit guns to get a purchaser ID card. (A6218) Amend New Jersey’s public nuisance laws to prohibit the gun industry from endangering the safety or health of the public by its sale, manufacturing, importing, or marketing of guns. Officials say 80% of guns used in crimes in New Jersey come from out of state. (A5787) Require firearm manufacturers to, within a year, incorporate micro-stamping technology into new handguns sold in the state to give law enforcement a way to link firearm […]

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