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skijunkie55
10-30-13, 07:42
"LANSING, MI -- The Michigan Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved legislation that would lift the state's ban on short-barreled shotguns and rifles.

Sponsoring state Sen. Mike Green, R-Mayville, said that Senate Bill 610 would align Michigan with more than 40 other states that allow residents to own such guns if they meet federal requirements."

http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2013-SB-0610

http://www.mlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2013/10/michigan_senate_panel_approves_2.html


bout damn time :D

sva01
10-30-13, 08:14
I wrote to my State Senator, Dave Hildenbrand, and he replied, within a few hours, that the bill would have his support.

I'm concerned about a veto from Snyder if it gets that far...

britishtq
10-30-13, 15:36
Well that's awesome. Would never happen here in CA.

Don Robison
10-30-13, 15:52
That would be great. I grew up in MI and still go back to visit and it would be nice to be able to travel with an SBR like I do when I travel to other places.

brown3345
10-30-13, 16:39
Wow! I didn't even know this was in the works. I shall be watching this with baited breath.

Hot Holster
10-30-13, 17:07
That would be great. I grew up in MI and still go back to visit and it would be nice to be able to travel with an SBR like I do when I travel to other places.

Same here, I hope it passes.

Clint
10-30-13, 23:16
Things are looking good so far.

I'll forward my support to the Senator, Rep and Govenor.

AlphaKoncepts
10-31-13, 08:46
Fingers crossed for you guys! We just got SBR in Illinois last year. Now we have to work on suppressors.

Bearded_Brometheus
10-31-13, 08:49
This would be glorious. I'll be sending a letter to my elected officials today.

boomer_7_99
10-31-13, 09:33
this will be great!

brown3345
12-30-13, 09:59
Looks like this bill has passed the Senate 538 yeas to 36 nays on 11/14/2013 was referred to House Committee on Judiciary.

I may be wrong but I think it just needs to go before the House for a vote.

I wonder how long that will take? Any Ideas or guesstimates?