Senate Passes Bill That Could Change Private Gun Sales

The Senate spent nearly two hours debating whether or not Senate Bill 221 should pass and advance to the Assembly. The bill would change the way private gun sales are done in the Silver State.

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nubgnngs42 - 5/22/2013 7:30 PM
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Time for a lawsuit and Dem recalls as Colorado is doing now. Where's that story?

Deadmeat99 - 5/22/2013 6:29 PM
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There is no way to enforce this bill without registration of all firearms in Nevada. Ownership is impossible to prove without registration, therefore determining who has illegally transferred a weapon will be impossible to prosecute. The Democrats will push for California-style registration next session in order to give this law teeth.

sonny89447 - 5/22/2013 6:24 PM
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Why didn't the story that was aired about Senate Bill 221 explain that if this bill passes the seller would have to go to a firearm shop and pay for the background check? We will not be able to access this information on our own or through a state/ city agency. I think Senator Jones has been gettin his info from the same place Nevada has been getting their Unemployment numbers because I am sure that "86 percent of Nevadans who support background check" is a made up number just to pass this law. As for the people from AZ, I feel sorry for them.....but this is Nevada, Not Arizona.

nubgnngs42 - 5/22/2013 5:57 PM
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Where's he getting this 86% from? Not in Nevada he didn't. This won't make any difference in anything except give a warm fuzzy to Dems so they can claim next election that they did something which amounted to nothing.

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