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Everytown’s “Grandad” Misses the Mark

Proponents of Maine’s Question 3, regulating every firearm sale and “transfer” (a change in possession, without a sale or change in ownership) have released a television ad urging voters..... This post Everytown’s “Grandad” Misses the Mark appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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Mandatory Gun Ownership Rejected In Maine Town

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Byron, Maine rejected mandatory gun ownership. About 50 registered voters in Byron on Monday voted against an article that read: “Shall the town of Byron vote to require all households to have firearms and ammunitions to protect the...

Maine Town Unanimously Rejects Mandatory Gun Ownership

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A Maine town has rejected mandatory gun ownership by a unanimous vote. The town, Byron, saw all voters reject the proposal, which would have required every household to own a firearm and ammunition. More than 60 residents of the sma...

NRA Attacks Question 3 Ballot Initiative in Maine

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NRA-ILA's Chris W. Cox, warned voters that Question 3 would not prevent criminals from obtaining firearms but would criminalize common practices of law-abiding gun owners. This post NRA Attacks Question 3 Ballot Initiative in Maine ...

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