National Conceal Carry Bill Heads to House Floor, But With a BIG Catch

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Here is VERY encouraging news on the gun front, and possibly a top contender for a Longer Leash of the week award. It seems the wanna-be masters of the US House, at least a majority of them, might just decide to pass a bill that allows individuals to conceal carry their tools of self defense (that’s guns, in case you’re not getting it), no matter what state they’re in.

This isn’t a constitutional carry thing applied nationally. You still need your freedom license from one of the states to be able to “legally” conceal carry your gun in other states.

The vote for the bill is coming up tomorrow, Wednesday, December 6th, and it appears the votes are there in the House. The votes also appear to be there in the Senate and President Trump has already signaled his intention to sign the bill. But, as Longer Leashes usually go, there’s a catch.

In addition to passing what is called “The Conceal Carry Reciprocity Act”, there will also be included in this bill the “Fix NICS Act.”

The Fix NICS Act does these things (all three of which have broadly written language, a favorite tactic of the wanna-be masters):

  • Establish a new “Domestic Abuse and Violence Prevention Initiative” in order to better prevent those convicted of those crimes from obtaining weapons.
  • Publicly report any federal agencies that fail to upload relevant information to the system, and withhold certain pay from political appointees who neglect to upload the info.
  • Establish new measures to verify the accuracy of existing records already uploaded into the system.

It will be interesting to see the amount of previously approved gun purchases that will be rescinded through this measure, and what the grounds of those reversals will be. There is already a report of 4,000 gun owners who have been notified that their previous approval to buy guns is no longer approved. Will gun confiscation then occur? Will gun confiscation at a small scale be a method of inuring people to the idea of gun confiscation, making it easier when a larger scale operation is enacted?

These are the questions you should probably be asking yourself.

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Contributed by Paul Gordon of iState TV.

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  • idontknow

    It’s a trap!

  • NonYo Business

    Hell yeah… can’t wait for my Idaho license to be recognized in California. Moved here 2 years ago and my Baretta has been lonely ever since.

    • rouge1

      Thank God you have government permission.

      • NonYo Business

        If it means I don’t have to go to prison for having a firearm on my person, so be it. Better than being defenseless and whining about it.

        • Bobby Boucher

          The argument here seems rather silly – I mean we’re going to complain about:

          1) Establish a new “Domestic Abuse and Violence Prevention Initiative” in order to better prevent those convicted of those crimes from obtaining weapons.

          ok – I’m just fine with this – if you’ve been convicted of domestic abuse you most likely were charged with a felony, which is a no go for gun ownership.

          2) Publicly report any federal agencies that fail to upload relevant information to the system, and withhold certain pay from political appointees who neglect to upload the info.

          again – whats wrong with this? Hold the people who screw up accountable for screwing up.

          3) Establish new measures to verify the accuracy of existing records already uploaded into the system.

          another – whats wrong with this? I’m perfectly OK with verifying that people who shouldn’t have guns DON’T have them. and as a matter of fact – I support them confiscating those weapons from people who shouldn’t be in possession of them.

          • Doom On You

            And what if the “new measures” disqualify you? What if the “new measures” mean you need to submit proof of necessity to carry?

          • Wally D

            Well the first is already in place,
            and the next 2 lets see call out a federal agency, so we use our monies to litigate something a federal employee will have to make a decision over, never work, lawyers make money off our backs again.

          • NonYo Business

            The only thing I DONT like, is the vague wording that will be skewed in a court of law to mean whatever the Fk these traitors need it to mean at that time.

    • Bobby Boucher

      A California resident is any individual who meets any of the following:

      Present in California for other than a temporary or transitory purpose.
      Domiciled in California, but located outside California for a temporary or transitory purpose.
      Domicile is defined for tax purposes as the place where you voluntarily establish yourself and family, not merely for a special or limited purpose, but with a present intention of making it your true, fixed, permanent home and principal establishment. It is the place where, whenever you are absent, you intend to return.
      For a complete definition, refer to “Meaning of Domicile” in Publication 1031 – Guidelines for Determining Resident Status.

  • SP_88

    I wonder how they are going to go about getting back the guns from the people who were previously approved, but now they aren’t? Will they knock on the door and ask them for it? Or will they bash down the front door at 4:AM and shoot anything that moves the wrong way, including pets and children?
    These people are hacks. They bully people, and treat people like enemy combatants, and when they fuck up and kill someone’s child, they bully them some more, and blame the victim. These are the people who should be disarmed.
    We don’t need to conduct 80,000 no-knock SWAT team raids every year, and kill this many innocent civilians when there clearly is no need to do so.
    There used to be about 3000 or so SWAT team raids every year, mostly for hostage situations and dangerous drug dealers and gang members. But now they are smashing down doors in the very early morning hours because of suspected marijuana users, wellness checks, and a whole bunch of other victimless crimes and non-threatening targets.
    It’s one thing to do this to an apartment being used by gang members and criminals, but they are mostly doing this to couples with children, the elderly, and people who are obviously not dangerous. And they could easily just knock on the door and do what they need to do, but because they have been given all this military equipment, they would rather play with their toys and endanger the lives of innocent people in the process.
    The police, SWAT teams and ATF, etc, have gotten way out of control. And they are more of a danger to society than any of the things they are trying to eliminate.

    • TickTock

      Half the time they hit the wrong house, too.

      • Shoot first, ask questions later. Why not? That’s what they do.

    • Bobby Boucher

      Why is it a problem that if you are a convicted felon, and say the Air Force forgot to enter that info into the NICS system, and you go out and buy a gun, you shouldn’t have to have it confiscated once they figure that out?

      Would you be ok with a serial rapist who was mistakenly released from jail being left out of jail once the screw up was found out?

      You wouldn’t support tracking them down and putting them back in jail?

  • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

    ”Will gun confiscation at a small scale be a method of inuring people to the idea of gun confiscation, making it easier when a larger scale operation is enacted?”
    No. Among True Patriots, it will have the opposite, and mobilizing effect. BRING IT.

    • Bobby Boucher

      True Patriots now support armed criminal felons who are banned from owning weapons?

      • elbustaroyjetspeekerson

        Whaat? Try agai…….Nevermind.

      • Plenty of law abiding people out there with old, BS felonies(like drug possession) on their record they screw over and don’t allow to be armed. It’s all a scam.

  • J_in_TX

    Typical politicians. Have to pass a law to fix a law they passed and didn’t enforce in the first place. How long will it be before they propose the “Fix” to the Fix the NICS Act because the Fix the NICS Act isn’t being followed or enforced?

  • Bobby Boucher

    I don’t think many commenters actually READ the articles.

    • MarkovDeBeeste

      The people who write them aren’t any bargain, either.

  • Rift

    I’m not sure it would change anything anyway states can still pass there own restictions effectively circumventing the bill.

    • Agent 86

      No they can not.

      • Rift

        Sure they can, kind of like how assault rifles are not federally illegal but certain states put restrictions on owning them.