***UPDATE*** SB610 Looks to Legalize SBR’s and SBS’s in Michigan

SB 610 is in the Michigan Senate for discussion.

 

You can read the legislature here.

If passed this law would allow Michigan citizens to purchase and register NFA items that include Short Barrel Riffles and Short Barrel Shotguns.

 

Contact your reps now to encourage them to pass this legislature.

 

If you are unsure who to contact please use the below links.

 

Senate: http://www.senate.michigan.gov/FindYourSenator/byaddress.htm

 

House: http://house.michigan.gov/MHRPublic/

Update 1 We have received word the committee voted unanimously to bring this bill to the floor. The bill has bi-partisan support and is expected to pass once brought to a vote. This is great news for those interested in buying these NFA items.

 

 

Update  2 11/15 SB610 passed the Michigan Senate 36 to 2 and has been referred now to the House.

 

Roll Call No. 538 Yeas—36
Ananich
Green
Jones
Proos
Anderson
Gregory
Kahn
Richardville
Bieda Hansen
Kowall
Robertson
Booher
Hildenbrand
Marleau
Rocca
Brandenburg
Hood
Meekhof
Schuitmaker
Casperson
Hopgood
Moolenaar
Smith
Caswell
Hune
Nofs
Walker
Colbeck
Hunter
Pappageorge
Whitmer
Emmons
Jansen
Pavlov
Young

Nays—2
Johnson
Warren

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