Feinstein bill targets parents for owning guns

Monday, January 28, 2013 | Drew Zahn | WND
Once semiautomatic “assault” weapons are banned, according to the controversial bill reportedly being offered by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., if a juvenile gets his hands on one, his parents could be held responsible.

Writer David Codrea has published a copy of what he says is the proposed bill, S.150, before it has been formally posted on the Library of Congress THOMAS database.

Read the proposed bill here.

Not only does the proposed legislation outlaw the sale or manufacture of semiautomatic weapons with certain features, reclassifying them as “assault” weapons, it also restricts how such firearms already in existence – or “grandfathered in” – are stored.

Specifically, the bill makes it unlawful for a gun owner to store the weapon in a place he or she “has a reasonable cause to believe” a child – or a host of other prohibited individuals – might be able to access it.


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