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Clarence

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Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« on: June 07, 2022, 11:52:28 AM »
DSSA is highly engaged in this fight.  It is expensive. Please join and consider a donation.  A monthly recurring donation is convenient.   Easy to set up and will provide great help for the fight ahead. 

Thanks to DSSA, we have our rights in the state parks.   

Recently we won a case that ruled that the state cannot ban semi auto rifles for hunting.  This decision will be of great use relevant to Article 20 and any so called “assault weapon” ban they are pushing through.  Big bucks will be needed for this fight.

See the website:

https://dssa.us/

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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2022, 08:19:09 PM »
DSSA was in Dover today.  $50.00 donation made.
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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2022, 10:10:36 PM »
$50 donation made.  Consider that each of us blow more than $25 to $50 a month on unimportant things.  Just do a small sacrifice to keep your guns and freedoms.
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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #3 on: June 08, 2022, 10:20:14 PM »
Don't be so cheap, I kicked in $500.  This is for all the marbles folks.

The opponents agree that much of what they passed is unconstitutional, but they don't care.  It will take years and $$$$ to sort it out.
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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2022, 02:36:54 AM »
Any legislator that votes for a bill that is unconstitutional should be held financially responsible for the litigation.

As it is, we who oppose the bills are paying for both sides of the argument.


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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2022, 10:21:55 AM »
You got that right, sue them!!!  Or here's a novel idea, vote them out of office.  Nah, the NCC gimmees would never do that.  This one-party system has not worked out too well, just like communism.
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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2022, 10:02:18 PM »
I was disappointed at the turnout but it is a work day and you younger guys are all working stiffs so I get it.

I gave a nice donation to DSSA and signed up for a monthly donation autopay.

I know a lot of folks are ticked off at the NRA leadership but Jeff Hague says not to forget the NRA-ILA as they are separate financially and have pumped a lot of money into Delaware.
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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #7 on: June 10, 2022, 12:15:24 AM »
I was disappointed at the turnout but it is a work day and you younger guys are all working stiffs so I get it.

Took a vacation day to be there
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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #8 on: June 13, 2022, 04:03:54 PM »
I donated $25 yesterday. Hopefully I can donate more after bills come out.

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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #9 on: June 21, 2022, 04:50:52 PM »
Here is the latest from DSSA.   Please send them a donation as this will be an expensive fight


HB 450 IS ABOUT TO BECOME LAW




The following is being provided as a service to our members. The following is our opinion and is being provided for your information, only. It MAY NOT BE RELIED UPON AS LEGAL ADVICE. You are strongly advised to seek independent legal counsel BEFORE taking any action concerning the contents of HB 450 or this Alert.

Read HB 450 w/HA 1

Late on the evening of Jun 16, 2022, the Delaware Senate voted to approve HB 450 with House Amendment #1 and sent it to Governor Carney’s desk for signature. As of this Alert, HB 450 has not yet become the law of the land – but it will – probably very soon. Governor Carney, like his fellow Democrats who voted for this bill in both the House and Senate, has nothing but contempt for you, your rights and your guns. Expect him to sign it.
Based upon our reading of HB 450 as amended by HA 1 we believe the following to be true:
1. HB 450 will become law and become effective the moment the Governor signs it.
2. In addition to the 63 firearms specifically listed in the bill, HB 450 also bans
a. All Semi-auto rifles with a detachable magazine – ALL
b. All semi-auto shotguns with a folding or telescoping stock – ALL
c. All pistols with any one (1) of the following – detachable magazine
outside the grip, threaded barrel, barrel shroud.
d. All shotguns with a revolving cylinder
e. All pistols and centerfire rifles with a fixed magazine that can hold more than 17 rounds.
3. You can keep what you currently own at the effective date, but they become worthless – you cannot sell them.
4. You may not transport one of the banned firearms into the State – once it’s out you can never bring it back. No one from outside the State can bring one into the State.
5. You cannot buy one of those firearms in another state and bring it into the State.
6. If you owned one of the firearms but kept it out of state, you may not bring it into Delaware after the effective date.
7. You may not sell, offer for sale, transfer, purchase, receive or possess one of the banned firearms after the effective date – except you can keep what you had on or before the effective date.
8. An FFL can sell or service those firearms to or for a law enforcement agency
9. An FFL can sell out of State – but not in-state – pursuant to federal law
10. An FFL can return a firearm to its lawful owner (meaning (s)he owned it before the effective date) if the FFL had it for repairs.
11. An FFL can keep what (s)he had before the effective date.
12.The burden is on you to prove that you owned the firearm on or before the effective date.
13. If you owned/possessed on or before the effective date you may possess it at home, your place of business, on other property you own or on property where the owner gives you express permission, at a shooting range, other specifically specified events – see the bill.
14.   You may transport the firearm between any of the legally permissible places but you may only do so if the firearm is cased and locked.
15. You may not carry, either openly or concealed, one of the banned firearms for self-protection or for protection of your family.

The list above is just a brief overview of HB 450. There is more to this bill. Again, you MAY NOT rely on this synopsis of HB 450 for legal purposes. You SHOULD seek legal counsel before taking any action with regard to HB 450. Read The bill for yourself.
 
  We sincerely hope that you will find the information which we have provided as a service to our members to be helpful.

CALL TO ACTION

1.     Call or contact Governor Carney and ask him to veto HB 450 – he won’t do it, but ask him anyway. He knows this bill is unconstitutional on a number of issues so he should veto this bill. 302-744-4101 or 302-577-3210; or facebook.com/JohnCarneyDe/ ;or Twitter.com/johncarneyde/; or Instagram.com/johncarneyde/
 
2.     DSSA has retained legal counsel and is preparing to challenge HB 450 in court – WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please donate and help us fight for your rights.


Lawsuits are expensive – and HB 450 isn’t the only unconstitutional bill the Democrats have rammed through the General Assembly this year that must be fought in the Courts.

You must never let tyranny prevail.
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YOUR HELP IS NEEDED – NOW!
 
Never in the past have we used a legislative Action Alert to raise funds – but this time is different. The threat is real. This bill could pass. And if it does pass, DSSA must go to court to stop this bill if it passes. WE NEED YOUR HELP.
      We have already retained legal counsel. We are preparing – we will defend your rights. But you need to help too.
     Please contribute to DSSA’s Civil Rights Defense Fund. Every cent you contribute will go to pay legal fees, in either this suit, or in the next – and we all know there will be more.
       Freedom is not free – do your part.

Click here to donate – please, do it today
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DSSA is funded through memberships and donations. Lawsuits are expensive. The only way DSSA can continue to protect your constitutional rights is with your help. Join or donate today.
 
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Thank you for supporting DSSA and thank you for supporting Firearm Freedom here in the First State.
YOUR VOICE IS IMPORTANT - LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD

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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2022, 09:15:27 PM »
Dssa, has my donation comming, but will be auctioned at fall .

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Re: Delaware State Sportsman’s Association
« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2022, 11:29:06 PM »
DSSA received a $50.00 donation two weeks ago. After July 1 they will get another $50.00. I am on a fixed income but defeating the Communists that are in power have to be beaten. I don't like living in the Peoples Repubilk of DE under Commissar Clarneski. God Bless all fhe fellow Ameicans that are true Patriots.
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