Tag Archives: Michigan House

Michigan Gun Legislation Slated for Tomorrow

Michigan has been hit with a Flurry of laws that are under discussion at a State level. For the first time many of them are actually laws we as gun owners may want pushed. Here is a list of what is up for discussion tomorrow. HB 5324, 5325, 5326, 5327, 5328, 5329 Firearm records and FOIA A series of laws …

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Big Day in the Michigan House

Today is a big day in the House for Michigan residents. The Michigan House is set to review 6b610 which if passed will allow Michigan gun owners to apply for and own SBR and and SBS style rifles. In addition to this steps are being taken to protect your identity in wake of anti gun federal legislation. Please read this …

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SB610 With Updated Status

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I have been waiting anxiously to get word on this. Please share this article and post with your friends on facebook and any other method. Phone calls are more powerful then emails and we urge you to please reach out to those listed below. Thursday, February 20, the Michigan House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to hear Senate Bill 610.  SB 610, …

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House Bill 4715, 4716, 4717 a Slippery Slope Passes

On Feb 11th Gov. Snyder signed 3 bills into law. HB 4718, 4716 and 4717 which affect the possession of ammunition by a felon, sentencing guidelines for the offence. HB 4715 of 2013 (PA 04 of 2014) Weapons; ammunition; possession of ammunition by certain individuals; prohibit. Amends sec. 224f of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.224f). Last Action: 2/12/2014 assigned PA …

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Wolf Hunt Comes to a Close in Michigan

The “Test” hunting season for wolves in Michigan has come to an end. This year marks the first time wolves could be hunted in Michigan since they were declared a protected species. A huge change from just 50 years ago when Michigan paid a bounty for wolves. Hunting was limited to: 43 wolves Limited to 3 Upper Peninsula zones Nov …

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Open Carry in Schools Battle is Soon to Come

Recently one of our Facebook fans shared the following article with me: http://www.clarkstonnews.com/ Besides being just about the worst laid out mess of a site that I have seen since 1998, it is one of the worst articles I have ever read. I make no claim of being a college journalism major. However with a non existent budget and just …

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Bill to Expand Safe and Responsible Firearm Training for Michigan Youth Unanimously Passed in House Committee

I received an update from the NRA-ILA today on a Michigan House Bill that I have somehow missed up until now. HB 5085 can be read here.   The bill is designed to “clarify” existing laws on the books as well as allow for individuals under the age of 21 to be able to shoot at target ranges and in instructional …

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SB610 Is There More to the Story?

Woman with SBR Kriss Vector Super V

We have been reporting on Senate Bill 610 designed to repeal the Michigan SBR/SBS Ban. I have spoken to many people and been in many forums where nobody could understand why Michigan had separate laws from the 1934 NFA regulating these types of weapons.  Dean Weingarten at Gun Watch brought some new information to light. It shows the nature of why …

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House Bills 4133, 4134 and 4350 Head to Senate for Consideration

House Bills 4133, 4134 and 4350 designed to allow Police, Prosecutors, Retired Prosecutors and Corrections Officers the ability to carry in Pistol Free Zones has passed the Michigan House of Representatives yesterday Nov 12th. The bill now heads to the Senate and if passed will be on the Governors desk soon.   There is no doubt that these individuals are …

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Brandishing Clarification Bills in Review at State Legislature

Who would have thought that a Democrat would actually be supporting the right for open carry in the state of Michigan. We salute you Representative Brandon Dillon of Grand Rapids for your efforts to clarify the term brandishing as used in our current laws.   The bill HB 5092 that is under review now in the house is designed to specifically …

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