Texas News: Texas Challenges the NFA with HB957

Texas Challenge to the National Firearms Act might Succeed with HB957


Little by little my Home State is inching away from Federal Tyranny through very tactful Lawfare.

If you know your 2A History you know the National Firearms Act (NFA) was one of the most unconstitutional pieces of legislation ever passed by the criminals in D.C.

Keep on Truckin’ AG Paxton, this Proud Texan is behind you all the way!

NFA Weapons Now Legal in TX?

To me, it is a sad state of affairs when the STATES have to pass laws to protect their citizens against the laws of the Federal Government. Just more proof that the SOVEREIGNTY of the State is the last refuge of the citizen who desires True Constitutional Government.


Capping A Remarkable Inagural Session For The NFA Freedom Alliance.

NFA Weapons Now Legal In Texas
NFA Weapons Now Legal In Texas
NFA Freedom Alliance
NFA Freedom Alliance

AUSTIN, TEXAS –-(Ammoland.com)- In a major advance for owners of guns and accessories regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA), most notably silencers or suppressors, Texas Governor Greg Abbott on May 22 2015 signed Senate Bill 473, reforming the state’s so-called “Defense to Prosecution” (DTP) law.

Texas is the second state this session, following Tennessee, to reform DTP laws at the request of the NFA Freedom Alliance.

Todd Rathner, executive director of the NFA Freedom Alliance, commented, “Because Texas has one of the nation’s highest rates of NFA ownership, this bill was a top priority in our inaugural session. Now, Texans who own NFA weapons will be able to rest easy knowing they aren’t going to be arrested because of a poorly worded law.”

The NFA Freedom Alliance’s other legislative victories this session include:

  • Montana – Passed a law legalizing hunting with suppressors.
  • Arkansas – Passed “Shall Certify” legislation compelling law enforcement to certify NFA forms if the applicant is not a prohibited possessor.
  • Tennessee – Passed DTP reform, fully legalizing NFA weapons possession

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