February 21st, 2013

Oklahoma Firearms Freedom Act Approved By House Panel

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Editor’s Note: This Bill is designed after the Montana Firearms Freedom Act, which states that any gun made  and sold in the State is free of Federal Regulation. – Shorty Dawkins, Associate Editor

Associated Press


Guns and ammunition made in Oklahoma would not be subject to federal laws or regulations under a bill that has been approved by a House panel.

The so-called Firearms Freedom Act was one of two of gun bills passed Wednesday by the House Public Safety Committee. Another bill that sailed through the committee would allow private schools to develop their own rules and regulations on whether teachers and visitors to the school could be armed.

Both measures now proceed to the House Calendar Committee, which will determine whether the bills will be scheduled for a vote in the full House.

Hominy Republican Rep. Sean Roberts, who sponsored the Firearms Freedom Act, says it is designed to ensure the federal government doesn’t encroach on Oklahomans’ gun rights.

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2 Responses to “Oklahoma Firearms Freedom Act Approved By House Panel”

  1. 1
    Darin Bowers Says:

    Love it ! :) This will spread like wildfire. Freedom is contagious.

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    Guy Willhoite Says:

    If I’m understanding right this will only help if I currently own oklahoma manufactured firearms or oklahoma manufactured ammo. Please tell me this isn’t so!

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