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Stop Gun Control in the PA House

Five Gun Control Bills are on the PA House Floor

In January, anti-gun Democrats in the House Judiciary Committee reported five gun control bills. Those bills are now on the House floor for consideration.

The House is back in session on Monday, January 18th. House Majority Leader Matthew Bradford and Speaker Joanna McClinton are both anti-gun zealots who have no reservations about violating your constitutionally-protected rights. They could bring up any of these gun control bills for a vote at any time.

Here is the list of the anti-gun bills that are now on the House floor and what they would do:

  • HB 335: Bans binary triggers and slide fire/bump stocks.
  • HB 336: This bill would ban any semi-automatic firearm capable of accepting a magazine greater than 10 rounds.
  • HB 777: Would ban unserialized frames/receivers and DIY gun kits, effectively ending your ability to make your own firearm without government intrusion.
  • HB 1157: This bill accelerates reporting of mental health adjudications to the Pennsylvania State Police. Section 302 commitments that bar the possession of firearms were struck down in two federal court cases. One ruled such a commitment as a violation of due process (Franklin v. Sessions) and another ruled that such a commitment DOES NOT meet the standard for a federal disability to possess a firearm (Wilborn v. Barr).
  • HB 1190: Would ban 3D printed firearms unless one has a license to manufacture firearms.

There is still hope for defeating these bills. That’s because anti-gun Democrats have a very narrow majority and cannot pass any of these anti-gun bills without some Republican support.

Unfortunately, nine Republicans betrayed you in 2023 and voted for Red Flag Gun Confiscation Orders and Universal Background Check registration schemes.

That’s why you must contact your state representative and urge them to VOTE NO on these anti-gun bills.

So please Take Action and urge your State Representative to VOTE NO on these unconstitutional bills by using the form above.