One State’s Trigger Modification Bill Set For Hearing Today

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Bearing Arms

Following the atrocity in Las Vegas, many lawmakers throughout the nation have been preoccupied with banning not just bump stocks, but anything which may allow for a higher rate of fire. One of the latest is the state of Hawaii, which will be holding a hearing on their bill today.

On Tuesday, February 13 2018, the House Committee on Judiciary has scheduled to hear House Bill 1908, legislation prohibiting certain trigger modifications. Contact members of the Committee and urge their opposition to HB 1908 by clicking on the take action button below.

Also, please consider submitting testimony to the committee through the Hawaii Legislature website. In order to submit testimony, you will need to create an account. For help creating an account and submitting testimony, click here.

House Bill 1908, introduced by Representative Gregg Takayama (D-34), would make it a felony for any person who “manufactures or causes to be manufactured, imports

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