The bill proposes a national firearm registry that anyone can access. It informs where firearms are stored, requires an $800 license with mandatory "psychological evaluations", enacts extreme ammunition restrictions, and, if any of the provisions are violated, it could lead to a prison sentence of up to 40 years and a fine of up to $150,000. -GEG
Members of Congress are seeking to pass an extreme and unconstitutional gun control bill that would effectively nullify the Second Amendment.
Here are the highlights of H.R. 127's provisions:
It creates a national firearm registry that anyone – including every level of law enforcement and the military – can access.
The registry would require one to tell the government exactly where one's firearms are stored.
One would need a license simply to own a firearm.
Mandatory "psychological evaluations" are required receive this license.
One would need to pay $800 for "firearm insurance."
It would enact extreme ammunition restrictions, including a ban on magazines more than 10 rounds.
Violating the above provisions could lead to a prison sentence of up to 40 years and a fine of up to $150,000.