Stop HR 7115 - 3D Firearms Prohibition Act

Stop HR 7115 - 3D Firearms Prohibition Act

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Christopher Turan started this petition to U.S. House of Representatives and

On November 2nd, Representative Frank Pallone (D-NJ) introduced HR 7115, which is titled the “3D Firearms Prohibition Act”.

HR 7115 outlines specific restrictions which will prevent you from purchasing and retaining common parts used to repair or build your firearms.

We all know that lower receivers have a serial number, which when purchased, the purchaser has to undergo a background check. However, the proposed bill would start regulating all AR-15 parts under the guise of restricting access to 3-D printed firearms.

These laws are designed to attack law abiding gun owners. The gun control groups follow a method of slowing chipping away at gun rights whilst claiming it is for the public good.

In this instance, they are publicly claiming to regulate 3-D printed firearms, whereas the actual bill proceeds to highly regulate all firearm components. The bill does not restrict itself to what it claims to do in the title.

By signing this petition you will be sending every member of the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate your vote.

As a nation of law abiding firearms owners - we range from those who like to target shoot, skeet shoot, hunt, carry, and maintain firearms for home and personal defense.

Washington needs to look to protect its citizenry from the criminal element and not turn the law abiding into criminals.

If Washington has any intent on protecting its law abiding citizens it will focus its efforts on addressing mental health issues and not pursuing a false narrative.

True criminals don’t by their inherent nature follow the laws. Mental health needs to be addressed and not ignored.

Criminals and those with proven mental health issues are the very groups that need addressing.

Speak up now and make your vote count.

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