Overly broad legislation seeking to ban bump stocks and trigger cranks could ban much more.
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Schedule a Meeting with Your Virginia State Lawmaker

The Virginia General Assembly kicked off its 2020 legislative session earlier this week and firearms are at the top of the agenda this year. After antigun groups helped Virginia democrats take control of the legislature, lawmakers are now working to make good on promises by passing California-style gun control this session. To find out who represents you in the Virginia General Assembly, click here
It is imperative that you contact your state senator and delegate to schedule a meeting with him or her. At the very least, call their office to voice your opposition to any new gun control, including, but not limited to a ban on commonly owned semi-automatic firearms (referred to by them as “assault firearms”), suppressors, magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds, reinstatement of Virginia’s one-handgun-per-month law, prohibition of indoor and outdoor shooting ranges, aged-based gun bans, “universal” background checks, repeal of firearms preemption, and any other gun control measures.
Below is a list of anti-firearms-industry related bills that have been introduced in the General Assembly:

Please schedule a meeting or phone call with your state lawmakers (state senator and delegate) as soon as possible. To find out who represents you in the Virginia General Assembly, click here.

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