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Subject: SB 220
Date: Fri Mar 07 18:46:24 MST 2014
The practical implication of Sen. Bramble's bill as written are very dangerous for gun owners.
Almost any allegation against you, no matter how baseless, could result in you being charged with a class C misdemeanor simply for openly carrying or displaying your gun.
And if you actually have to use or display your firearm for defense -- you could open yourself to even more legal issues.
Gun owners should be very skeptical about SB-220.
Unfortunately, while lawmakers debate how far to infringe on your Second and Fourth Amendment rights, no one has even proposed Constitutional Carry.
SB-220 would make displaying a firearm in a public place disorderly conduct under certain circumstances.
SB-220 would only encourage law enforcement to harass any gun owner they see open carrying for virtually any reason.
Vote No to SB 220