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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #210 on: March 31, 2023, 05:18:57 AM »
It's in the second reading now.  Hopefully someone makes and amendment and it has to go back to the house.....anything to delay this bill would be about he only way it doesn't get signed this year.
There was an amendment made about leaving Washington with mags and when you come back with them itís not considered importing them so it is going back to the house looks like a possible couple more weeks  before it would get to inslee and we might get millers decision before then
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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #211 on: March 31, 2023, 04:47:37 PM »
Any updates on this?

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #212 on: March 31, 2023, 04:56:56 PM »
It's in the second reading now.  Hopefully someone makes and amendment and it has to go back to the house.....anything to delay this bill would be about he only way it doesn't get signed this year.
There was an amendment made about leaving Washington with mags and when you come back with them itís not considered importing them so it is going back to the house looks like a possible couple more weeks  before it would get to inslee and we might get millers decision before then

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #213 on: March 31, 2023, 05:25:57 PM »
It's in the second reading now.  Hopefully someone makes and amendment and it has to go back to the house.....anything to delay this bill would be about he only way it doesn't get signed this year.
There was an amendment made about leaving Washington with mags and when you come back with them itís not considered importing them so it is going back to the house looks like a possible couple more weeks  before it would get to inslee and we might get millers decision before then

 I sent a couple out to be cerakoted and the company that did the work couldnít ship them back.

They can ship them back but they are choosing not to in fear that theyíll come for them next
I canít say I blame them

It sucks that they wonít send back your stuff
« Last Edit: April 01, 2023, 09:36:16 AM by huntnfmly »
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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #214 on: April 01, 2023, 06:11:20 PM »
It's in the second reading now.  Hopefully someone makes and amendment and it has to go back to the house.....anything to delay this bill would be about he only way it doesn't get signed this year.
There was an amendment made about leaving Washington with mags and when you come back with them itís not considered importing them so it is going back to the house looks like a possible couple more weeks  before it would get to inslee and we might get millers decision before then

 I sent a couple out to be cerakoted and the company that did the work couldnít ship them back.

Itís not a law.

Tell them to send your stuff.

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #215 on: April 02, 2023, 07:31:55 PM »
It's in the second reading now.  Hopefully someone makes and amendment and it has to go back to the house.....anything to delay this bill would be about he only way it doesn't get signed this year.
There was an amendment made about leaving Washington with mags and when you come back with them itís not considered importing them so it is going back to the house looks like a possible couple more weeks  before it would get to inslee and we might get millers decision before then

 I sent a couple out to be cerakoted and the company that did the work couldnít ship them back.

Itís not a law.

Tell them to send your stuff.

 :yeah:

Local or out of state? If it's the latter, possibly just an uneducated or ill-informed employee? Name and shame either way

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #216 on: April 02, 2023, 07:49:41 PM »
It's in the second reading now.  Hopefully someone makes and amendment and it has to go back to the house.....anything to delay this bill would be about he only way it doesn't get signed this year.
There was an amendment made about leaving Washington with mags and when you come back with them itís not considered importing them so it is going back to the house looks like a possible couple more weeks  before it would get to inslee and we might get millers decision before then

 I sent a couple out to be cerakoted and the company that did the work couldnít ship them back.
Itís not a law.

Tell them to send your stuff.
:yeah:

Local or out of state? If it's the latter, possibly just an uneducated or ill-informed employee? Name and shame either way
So if they're simply uneducated or ill-informed on the law he should "name and shame" them?

Man if that's the case a large majority of the people on here would be put on blast for their wrong interpretations of laws/regs.

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #217 on: April 02, 2023, 08:21:28 PM »
We need to find and fix the root of the problem.
Our so called leader donít try to fix that.

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #219 on: April 03, 2023, 05:01:13 PM »
So if they're simply uneducated or ill-informed on the law he should "name and shame" them?

Man if that's the case a large majority of the people on here would be put on blast for their wrong interpretations of laws/regs.

If you work for a local company in the industry you should absolutely know the status of this bill. If it's an out of state company I don't want to support them if they won't ship here because of a bill that isn't passed yet. So yes, name and shame either way.

I didn't say anything about non-industry people knowing the status of the bill.

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #220 on: April 07, 2023, 05:58:35 AM »
This bill has been sitting stalled for over a week now. I thought I read here somewhere that they have till the 12th or it dies. Do you think that's what they are doing? Or.....are they waiting till the last minute to rake in as much tax revenue as they can before having to pass it?
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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #221 on: April 07, 2023, 06:37:13 AM »
Likely to happen April 17-18 according to Washington gun law:

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #222 on: April 07, 2023, 06:44:19 AM »
I thought the legislative session ended on the 28th???  They still have a couple weeks.  It has gone to the second reading in the senate.  If nothing changes, it will go to a a third reading / vote and then to the governors desk for signature.  Point being, when it starts to move at this point, it will move fast. 

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #223 on: April 07, 2023, 06:48:41 AM »
I thought the legislative session ended on the 28th???  They still have a couple weeks.  It has gone to the second reading in the senate.  If nothing changes, it will go to a a third reading / vote and then to the governors desk for signature.  Point being, when it starts to move at this point, it will move fast.

An amendment was adopted in the first Senate floor reading. It will go back to the House before Inslee's desk.

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #224 on: April 07, 2023, 08:44:29 PM »
Did SB 1143 pass the Senate today? Just needs Insleeís signature I think.
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