But, the portion of the law that defines a "semi-automatic assault rifle" doesn't go into effect until July of this year.
Cue autistic shrieking from the moonbats.
In this one, the gun banners sound more autistic.On the other side, Kristen Ellingboe, the Alliance for Gun Responsibility’s communication manager, said the gun store owners are trying to find a loophole, and aren’t really concerned about a lawsuit.
I think the article misquotes the FFL.
So, gun banners are butthurt that people are following their law as it's written. These people are blaming the FFLs for complying with their shitty law. If you write a shitty law and people follow it the way that it was written, you have absolutely no reason to get butthurt about it, especially if you pulled all sorts of fucking fraudulent bullshit in order to even get it on the ballot.“It is no mystery which gun sales are affected by the change in purchase age included in the initiative, regardless of the effective date of the definition of semi-automatic assault rifle. Defying the law is a disingenuous attempt to thwart the will of the people and undermine the rule of law in our state.”
IIRC, the gun banners in these articles are backed by a group partially funded by Paul Allen. Paul Allen (piss be upon him) owned a company called "Vulcan Warbirds, LLC or something like that. Vulcan Warbirds, LLC has a federal firearms license. Not just an 01, either. It's the type that allows them to be dealers in destructive devices. So, once again, gun banners are hypocrites because the guy who funded them is "required" to be a seller of guns.