Here’s The List: Just 10 Republicans Vote Against Feinstein Gun Control


(Washington, DC) — Moments ago, the U.S. Congress agreed to combine H.R. 38, National Reciprocity, with H.R. 4477, Feinstein’s “NICS FIX” Gun Database expansion.

Despite calls from multiple “no compromise” Second Amendment organizations, only 10 Republicans in the House stood up for gun owners in voting to oppose the combining of Feinstein’s bill into National Reciprocity.

The 10 Republicans who stood up for the Second Amendment are:

Justin Amash (R-MI)

Andy Biggs (R-AZ)

John Duncan (R-TN)

Louie Gohmert (R-TX)

Paul Gosar (R-AZ)

Walter Jones (R-NC)

Jim Jordan (R-OH)

Steve King (R-IA)

Thomas Massie (R-KY)

Scott Perry (R-PA)

The bill will now move on to a vote for final passage in the House.

Then it will get over to the U.S. Senate, where things could get even worse.

Anti-gunners Feinstein, Schumer, and Chris Murphy are doing everything in their power to pass a stand along “NICS FIX” bill and trash national reciprocity all together.

Word on Capitol Hill is that Republicans do not have the votes in the Senate for passage of National Reciprocity, so owners should be aware and ready to take action if the swamp monsters attempt to ram a “bipartisan” gun bill through that’s even worse than the combined bill in the House.

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