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Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by toddnjoyce, Mar 8, 2019.
I was wondering who would be the first to catch that.
Another one that needs to be DOA.
Sec. 411.222. REQUIREMENTS FOR FIREARM LOAN AT SPORT
SHOOTING RANGE. A person may not loan a firearm to another person
for the purpose of shooting at a sport shooting range, as defined by
Section 250.001, Local Government Code, unless:
(1) the person is a licensed firearms dealer who
conducts a national instant criminal background check in the manner
required for the sale of a firearm by 18 U.S.C. Section 922 and
verifies that the person to whom the firearm is being loaned may
lawfully possess a firearm; or
(2) the person is not a licensed firearms dealer and:
(A) the person loans the firearm to a licensed
firearms dealer, a peace officer, or a person licensed to carry a
handgun under Subchapter H; or
(B) before the firearm is loaned to the person,
the person loaning the firearm delivers the firearm to a licensed
Why do you NRA death cultists always fight against reasonable gun regulations, reeeeeeee!!1!!"*$11!!! For the children!!!
Have not felt like looking it up to be sure, but I don't believe NICS even allows that. Besides, imagine if even a few states started doing that what the jump in call volume would be. I would imagine that if they even agreed to it, Texas would have to foot the bill for it to even have a chance at happening. Haven't seen anything on the cost part yet. So who is going to pay for it?
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It has worked so well in California that gun owners are second class citizens.