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U.S. House Bill Would Prohibit Gun Modifications

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The U.S. House of Representatives is considering legislation that, if passed, would implement some of the most extreme gun control measures ever at the federal level.

Of course, you would never be able to tell based on the title. H.R. 7115, or the 3D Firearm Prohibition Act, might lead you to believe that the bill is entirely focused on 3D-printed guns — such as those already receiving state-level bans throughout the country. This isn’t the case. What’s really at stake here is that when House Democrats assume power in the coming months, Congress may actually redefine what “assault weapons” are, and introduce other wide-reaching reforms that have absolutely nothing to do with 3D-printed guns.

In fact, the bill virtually prohibits any at-home modifications to firearms whatsoever — and it doesn’t stop there. The bill will also regulate what individuals selling guns are even allowed to say about their own products. Essentially, this is an attack on the First Amendment and the Second Amendment at the same time.

We would go through all of the insane specifics of what will rightfully be called the most egregious attack on the Second Amendment in our lifetimes, but someone has already done that for us. YouTube user The Daily Shooter goes through all of the nuts and bolts, and explains exactly how unconstitutional this legislation is in the video below.

~ Ready to Fire News


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