Huge 2nd Amendment Win: We Will Not Comply Goes Nationwide

In state after state, where new un-Constitutional laws were passe, very few citizens have complied. The huge bulk are refusing, setting a precedent troubling for anti-gun activists.

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Many states passed a number of new gun laws and gun owners nationwide have refused to comply, en masse!

In state after state, where new un-Constitutional laws were passe, very few citizens have complied. The huge bulk are refusing, setting a precedent troubling for anti-gun activists.

New Jersey’s standard capacity magazine ban is now in effect making New Jersey’s one million gun owners criminals in the eyes of the state. But in an act of mass defiance, New Jersey residents refuse to comply.

Hundreds of gun owners in Florida have been ordered to give up their guns under a new law that took effect after the deadly Parkland shooting in February.

Boulder’s newly enacted “assault weapons” ban is meeting with stiff resistance from its “gun-toting hippies,” staunch liberals who also happen to be devoted firearms owners.

Only 342 “assault weapons,” or semiautomatic rifles, were certified by Boulder police before the Dec. 31 deadline, meaning there could be thousands of residents in the scenic university town of 107,000 in violation of the sweeping gun-control ordinance.

READ: 72 Killed Resisting Gun Confiscation In Massachusetts

The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted on Jan. 2 to ban firearms in the House chamber. Several Republican reps said they would continue to carry concealed weapons anyway, and on Monday they put it in writing.

“We’ll stand our ground,” eight representatives wrote in a letter sent to newspapers including the New Hampshire Union Leader.

Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto has proposed a trio of anti-gun city ordinances . If enacted, it would constitute a direct violation of Pennsylvania’s state firearms preemption law.

2nd Amendment supporters declared they would not comply.

When New Jersey passed its ban on possession of magazines containing more than 10 rounds in June, it gave the state’s million or so law-abiding gun owners 180 days to comply.

The law provided five options:

1) modify the offending magazines so they could accept no more than 10 rounds;

2) “render the firearm [that accepts such magazines] inoperable”;

3) register firearms that cannot be “modified to accommodate 10 or less rounds”;

4) transfer the firearm or the magazine to “an individual or entity entitled to own or possess it”; or

5) surrender the firearm or the magazine to local law enforcement.

The million or so law-abiding gun owners selected option No.6: ignore the law and defy its enforcement.

READ: Huge 2nd Amendment Win: Boulder, CO Gun Owners Refuse To Comply

The 180-day period expired on December 11. Not a single magazine has been turned in to any local law-enforcement agencies, according to responses obtained from Ammoland’s John Crump:

“Ammoland reached out to several local police departments in New Jersey to see how they plan on enforcing the ban, and [to learn] what the turn-in numbers have been [as of December 14]. Like the New Jersey State Police, none of these departments have a concrete plan on how to proactively enforce the ban. None had a single report of magazines being turned over.”

It isn’t working. Gun confiscation, ammunition confiscation… even bump stock and magazine confiscation…

It will not ever work. You have to get compliance.

Precedent has been set.

This is a huge win for the 2nd Amendment.
This is an example of just how the left loses at their dream of gun confiscation.

So what do these states do now?

New Jersey made national gun rights news earlier in 2018 when two “straight-A” students at Lacey Township High-school were suspended after it came to light they had attended a private gun range with their parents, on their own time, outside of school hours.

READ: New Jersey High School Suspends Students For Going To Gun Range Outside Of School Hours

The school snooped their social media. The boys had posted a picture of themselves shooting guns in New Jersey with the caption “fun day at the range“.

The school’s zero tolerance policy says that students cannot be in possession of weapons at any time. Whether on or off campus. The school and district are facing community backlash and the threat of a lawsuit over district policies.

 

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