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Urge Governor Burgum to Sign Pro-Gun legislation into Law

NRA State and Local

House Bill 1042 codifies the Attorney General’s opinion that permitless carry does cover and allow concealed carry in a motor vehicle.

House Bill 1308 specifically places in law that a binary trigger does not fall under the definition of a “machine gun, submachine gun, or fully automatic rifle,” and individuals are therefore lawfully allowed to possess them.

House Bill 1381 prohibits the use of taxpayer dollars from being used to fund “firearm buyback programs.”

Urge Governor Burgum to Sign Pro-Gun legislation into Law

NRA State and Local

House Bill 1042 codifies the Attorney General’s opinion that permitless carry does cover and allow concealed carry in a motor vehicle.

House Bill 1308 specifically places in law that a binary trigger does not fall under the definition of a “machine gun, submachine gun, or fully automatic rifle,” and individuals are therefore lawfully allowed to possess them.

House Bill 1381 prohibits the use of taxpayer dollars from being used to fund “firearm buyback programs.”