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Nevada Governor Vetoes Background Check Gun Bill and Signs Pro-Gun Bill into Law –

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We who support the 2nd amendment have seen another victory for our cause, and it’s good to know there are still governors out there willing to put the constitution first.

Yesterday, Governor Brian Sandoval (R) of Nevada vetoed Senate Bill 221 which would have banned and criminalized all firearm private transfers.

This overreaching gun control bill would have brought heavy penalties to anyone who transferred a firearm even between CCW permit holders. Even if a father decided to give his son one of his firearms that was passed down to him the penalty could have been temporary or permanent disarmament. Confiscating guns from gun owners simply for doing what has always been legal and which is done every day by law abiding Americans is simply wrong, and Governor Sandoval agreed.

What makes this an even bigger victory for 2nd amendment supporters is that Michale Bloomberg, mayor of NYC, has poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into the state trying to influence the outcome of the gun control law, and all that money has been wasted. Bloomberg has been an arch enemy of the 2nd amendment and anyone who supports the right to bear arms, and he expressed his disappointment of the bill being vetoed by making the following statement:
– See more at: http://gunsnfreedom.com/nevada-governor-vetoes-background-check-gun-bill-and-signs-pro-gun-bill-into-law/#sthash.E01Uek8C.dpuf

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