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Get rid of draconian law

June 14, 2014
The Leader Herald

If a family member dies and the family is in possession of any of the firearms and accessories that fall under the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act, and they are not legally registered, violators are subject to seizure, fines and even jail time. According to the law, you are subject to a charge of criminal possession of an illegal firearm or accessories. A family member may want his or her firearms and accessories appraised to determine their value. Once executed, you can't sell, dispose or transfer any of the firearms or accessories; they are considered "contraband" regardless of circumstances.



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