New Jersey Expected To Enact Stringent New Firearm Laws
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is expected to sign six new “gun control” laws this week, which Governor Murphy touts are “sweeping gun safety legislation” that will be some of the “toughest gun laws” in the nation. Here is what you need to know:
Additionally, New Jersey’s Senate has passed a “ghost gun” ban bill. This bill would make it illegal for an individual who is not a licensed manufacturer of firearms to purchase or obtain “any combination of parts from which a firearm without a serial number may be readily manufactured,” or a “firearm frame or receiver” without a federally registered serial number. “Firearm frame or receiver” is defined as “the part of a firearm that provides housing for the firearm’s internal components, such as the hammer, bolt or breechblock, action, and firing mechanism.” This bill will now go to the New Jersey General Assembly for a vote.
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