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Despite a strong showing from gun owners, legislators in Richmond appear to be hard of hearing.

Just a few days ago, on Thursday and Friday, the Democrat-controlled House Public Safety committee passed a slew of gun control bills, including a so-called “assault weapons” ban.

The committee passed:

  • HB 2: bans AR-15 and magazines over 10 rounds, and more!

  • HB 46: forces someone with a protective order to give up their guns.

  • HB 113: takes away gun rights for five years for a simple misdemeanor.

  • HB 173: bans un-serialized firearms made after 1968.

  • HB 454: makes higher education buildings “gun-free” zones.

  • HB 466: heavily restricts concealed handgun permit reciprocity with other states.

The full House could hear these bills soon, so now is not the time to back off.

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