Friday, April 24, 2009

NRA files suit to overturn Pittsburgh's stolen gun law

Told ya.
NRA files suit to overturn Pittsburgh's stolen gun law: The National Rifle Association and four individuals filedsuit today against the city of Pittsburgh, its city council and Mayor Luke Ravenstahl to overturn legislation passed in December that compels gun owners to report the loss or theft of their firearms to law enforcement within 24 hours of becoming aware that the weapon is missing.
Ignorance is bliss.

2 comments:

Heir to the Throne said...

Link to the Law?
December that compels gun owners to report the loss or theft of their firearms to law enforcement within 24 hours of becoming aware that the weapon is missing.And you believe that the anti-Second Amendment Post-Gazette would accurately report what the law actually says and how it could be used.

Anonymous said...

What's to prevent any one from selling or giving a firearm away and months or years later report it missing or stolen? This is a useless law.