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There will be a floor vote on National Reciprocity. But:

However, as predicted by Rep. Tom Massie (R-KY) the Fixed NICS bill has been merged with concealed carry reciprocity. It is now Title II of HR 38. Massie goes on to say that when the bill hits the Senate, carry reciprocity will be dropped and only the Fix NICS portion approved. Then given different bills have passed the House and Senate it will go to a conference committee who will only report out the Fix NICS portion of the bill. Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV) has offered an amendment to the bill being considered in the Rules Committee that would drop the carry portion of the bill.

6 Responses to “Excellent”

  1. Michael Says:

    Kudos to Paul Ryan for merging the two bills and giving reciprocity a real chance at making it. This is good strategy tying it with the Fix NICS bill.

  2. Divemedic Says:

    Why is this good? If the carry part is dropped, all you are left with is the NICS part.

  3. wizardpc Says:

    And the fix nics bill will likely not fix nics, but increase the number of false positives.

  4. Jay Eimer Says:

    The “original” FixNICS (Cornyn version) was beefed up “enforcement” of reporting from state agencies and the feds (military convictions and mental health). The “new” version has add-ons like putting veterans and elderly in NICS like Obama tried. They’re trying to poison pill it (make NICS really bad, then say if you want CCW reciprocity you have to take NICS too). And the RINO leadership fell for it.

  5. Mike Voncannon Says:

    The Rís in Congress are about to let us get screwed (again).

  6. Patrick Henry, the 2nd Says:

    I see nothing in the new Fix NICS bill to be concerned about, certainly nothing like putting vets and elderly in NICS like Obama tried.