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VT: Ghost Gun Serialization Bill Reaches Governor’s Desk


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Vermont’s S 209 — the un-serialized/ghost gun ban — is headed to the Governor’s desk.

This bill prohibits the possession, sale, transfer, or manufacture of un-serialized firearms and parts. American’s have had the right to make our own firearms since long before the founding of our Republic. This bill would prevent Vermonters from expressing their Second Amendment rights by making them seek government permission to manufacture homemade firearms. S 209 would necessitate compliance with federal serialization requirements that involve providing your firearms to Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) for serialization, something that could cost collectors and homemade firearm enthusiasts a lot of time and money.

S 209 purposely violates and infringes on your right to keep and bear arms.

Take action in the form above by informing Governor Scott on why S 209 deserves a VETO.

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