Sarasota Commission to Vote on “Assault Weapons” Ban

by NRA-ILA  |  published on June 19, 2016

On Monday June 20, 2016, the Sarasota City Commission will meet at 2:30pm and will vote on a resolution asking Congress and/or the Florida Legislature to:

“strictly limit the availability and use of military grade-high capacity assault weapons to bona fide law enforcement agencies and to do so with the sense of urgency and commitment which is warranted in the face of the ongoing, tragic and unnecessary loss of life triggered by mass shootings with high powered, military grade, high capacity magazine assault weapons.”

They are going to vote on whether or not to formally ask Congress and the Florida Legislature to discriminate against certain semiautomatic firearm because of the way they look.

Clearly, the Commission doesn’t even recognize what they don’t know. I guarantee you they don’t have a clue what their contrived term “military grade-high capacity assault weapons” even means because I don’t know what it means and neither will anyone else. It’s an open door to ban any guns they choose.

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