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27 October 2010

Gun Microstamping Study Bill Introduced in U.S. House

take a close look at the Sponsors of this Legislation..

Dan Boren of Oklahoma and John Boozman of Arkansas..

Gun Microstamping Study Bill Introduced in U.S. House

U.S. Congressman Dan Boren introduced legislation this week (H.R. 5667) to direct the U.S. Attorney General to work with the National Academy of Sciences to conduct a comprehensive study of firearm microstamping. NSSF supports this bipartisan legislation as a means of ensuring adequate research of microstamping is completed, and the concept is proven to work reliably, prior to states mandating microstamping through the legislative process.

Firearms microstamping is a patented process that laser engraves the firearm's make, model and serial number on the tip of the gun's firing pin so that, in theory, it imprints the information on discharged cartridge cases. Every independent study to examine the concept of microstamping has determined that it does not function reliably and is flawed.
NSSF thanks Rep. Boren (D – Okla.) for sponsoring this bill and  Reps. Broun (R-Ga.), Bishop (R-Utah), Herseth Sandlin (D-SD), Altmire (D-Pa.), Miller (R-Fl.) and Boozman (R- Ark.) for co-sponsoring this commonsense measure.
To learn more about firearms microstamping, please visit the NSSF Microstamping Fact Sheet.

How is this common sense??.   when it has been technically PROVEN this is unreliable at best .. and has far reaching implications in Constitutionality??  not to mention potential wrongful prosecution .. the unintended consequences of this legislation are far reaching and endlesss...

Guns & Ammo DO NOT KILL!!   guns and ammo do not have a conscience, only when engaged with a human behind these inanimate objects who loads the ammo and then makes the choice to use the gun does it become an active means to kill, 

To control the population, the government only needs to control education, guns and social benefits!!

Beware of RINO 'Conservatives' bearing gifts.. 

Arkansas, is this the person you want to continue to represent you in the US Senate..

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