Thursday, May 24, 2012

Hunting with a suppressor may soon be legal in Oklahoma. (updated)

Who would be against noise pollution and protecting one's hearing? Not any rational person, that's for sure. That's why SB 1743 passed both the House and Senate relatively unopposed. via NRA-ILA:
Today, the Oklahoma House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to legalize the use of suppressors while hunting through passage of Senate Bill 1743 by a 78 to 3 vote. Last week, SB 1743 passed in the state Senate by a 44 to 0 vote. This bill now heads to Governor Mary Fallin for her consideration and approval.
Another good pro-gun bill is soon to hit Governor Fallin's desk. Hopefully she keeps up her winning streak and signs this one as well.

BTW, these are the 3 house representatives who are in favor of noise pollution and ruining your hearing:
Paul Roan*
Mike Shelton*
Ben Sherrer

* These two also voted against the recently passed open carry bill. Make sure when election day comes, you alter your vote accordingly.

UPDATE (5/25/12)
Governor Fallin signed SB 1743.

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