When the bullet hits the bone

Or the rubber hits the road : Virginia attempting to pass legislation banning all gun ranges not owned by the state. These rat bastards are going to force this into a shooting war.

“Virginia is trying to pull yet another move threatening the rights of law abiding gun owners.

They want to shut down every gun range in the state that isn’t owned by the government.

According to House Bill 567, any indoor shooting range would be prohibited by law – UNLESS it was inside of a building owned or leased by the state.

And any business owners who decided to defy the law could be facing up to a $100,000 fine and potential additional civil penalties.”

“According to the bill, which has not yet been voted on or approved, would prohibit” the operation of an indoor shooting range, defined in the bill, in any building not owned or leased by the Commonwealth or federal government.”

For those that would be staying open, the state appears to want them to act as a data collecting operation, creating a state-controlled list of who is using the range as well as their photo ID and home address.

Let’s be clear. This is a very real threat against the rights laid out in the Constitution. Americans have the right to defend themselves. And the state is literally trying to stop gun owners from training and improving their skills.

This is an attack on our liberties.”

From here:https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/breaking-virginia-vows-to-shut-down-all-gun-ranges-not-owned-by-the-state/

4 responses to “When the bullet hits the bone

  1. Yes. I say that all the time ad it would certainly clean up the gene pool. That being said we probably have enough civility left in us to deal with in the courts. Loading magazines, Thanks J.C.


  2. The rotunda of the State House would make a great shooting range.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. unclezip beat me too it. it is state owned after all….


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