Several Gun Bills Introduced in the Louisiana Legislature! Urgent Action!


Louisiana Carry
March 21, 2008, 04:37 AM
Ok, folks- this is very serious. We have a couple good bills and several very bad ones. We need to get rolling on this stuff.

There is too much info to post is all here (took me 7 hours to track it all down), but I formatted a web page just for this update:

LA ALERT March 20th, 2008 (

HB68 (Vote NO!) Richmond has re-introduced his assault weapon ban that we defeated last year.

HB199 (Vote YES!) Wooten has introduced a bill that authorizes concealed handgun permit holders to carry concealed handguns on college campuses.

SB142 (Vote YES!) Scalise has introduced a bill that Provides for the confidentiality of certain information submitted to the deputy secretary of public safety of the Department of Public Safety and Corrections to obtain a concealed handgun permit.

HB399 (Ambiguous) Wooten has introduced a bill that amends the concealed carry statute regarding training requirements and reciprocity.

HB78 (Vote NO!) Richmond has introduced a bill that prohibits certain offenders from possessing an assault weapon.

HB72 (Vote NO!) Badon has introduced a bill that bans the selling of knives in convenience stores.

HB75 (Vote NO!) Badon has introduced a bill that establishes a state ballistic fingerprint database and databank.

HB76 Badon has introduced a bill to send more information to the FBI.

HB529 (Vote NO!) Monica has introduced a bill creating the crime of unlawful possession of a handgun while riding a motorcycle.

All of the committee contact info is available on that link I posted above.

Folks, we need to stay on top of our legislators. Laws do not happen by accident. They happen because our elected officials vote for or against them. THIS is your chance to affect what passes and what doesnít. Please take the time to call or write your representatives and the people on these committees. There are only so many people who care about your rights- donít assume someone else will do this for you.

If you are not subscribed to the LA ALERT email list (, please do so now, that you might be informed of these types of things when they occur.

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March 23, 2008, 03:56 PM
I sent an email to Lorusso on the bills.

Louisiana Carry
March 23, 2008, 08:59 PM
I forgot to update this thread, thanks for reminding me.

There is another bill, as well- parking lot protection... click the LA ALERT link in the OP for info.

April 1, 2008, 09:30 AM
HB72 (Vote NO!) Badon has introduced a bill that bans the selling of knives in convenience stores. The convenience store loophole?

HB529 (Vote NO!) Monica has introduced a bill creating the crime of unlawful possession of a handgun while riding a motorcycle. How is having a handgun while riding a motorcycle any worse than say having a handgun while walking down the same street?

Where do these politicans come up with this stuff?

April 2, 2008, 07:20 AM
Alot of those politicians are from the New Orleans area and always blame guns for just about anything. My favorite was when New Orleans became one of, if not the first cities to sue gun manufacturers. Ah the memories of watching the New Orleans mayor get embarrassed by the PR guy from Glock when he said the largest handgun seller in Louisiana was the city of New Orleans and was found selling guns confiscated from criminals. Yep those politicians. :cuss:

Louisiana Carry
April 4, 2008, 01:04 AM
There is one more bill to call in about.

Badon has introduced a bill creating the crime of illegally supplying a felon with ammunition. At first glance, this may not seem too objectionable to some members. However, we do need to oppose this. There are already laws in place regarding felons owning firearms. This simply duplicates existing results, and is a potential stepping stone to many more obstacles to law abiding citizens. This current law does not currently clearly require background checks on ammunition purchases, but it is certainly the next logical step for gun control advocates. The anti-gun lobby has begun heavily attacking ammunition sales lately, and we need to defend ammunition as heavily as firearms in order to keep our Second Amendment rights strong.

HB73 Author: A.BADON Summary: Creates the crime of illegally supplying a felon with ammunition

Links to complete info about this bill are available at the same address:

If you are willing to put some extra effort into seeing these bills through, we have fliers available for you to print out and bring to your local range, gun shops, etc. We need to get the word out to as many people as possible.
Gun bill flier in MS Word format (
Gun bill flier in Adobe PDF format (

April 9, 2008, 07:17 PM
How is LA in regards to ownership of the below items:

Short Barrelled Rifle



Louisiana Carry
April 9, 2008, 08:09 PM
You can have them, but must register them. We would like to get that law repealed.

Louisiana Carry
April 19, 2008, 10:20 PM
According to the NRAILA, on Thursday, April 24, the Senate Transportation, Highways & Public Works Committee will consider Senate Bill 51.

April 30, 2008, 08:21 PM
Specifics on HB68 look pretty scary. Hope you guys can beat it down:

HB 68 has been introduced in the Louisiana house - the text of the bill would make it one of the most draconian gun bans this side of of Washington DC. Here is a partial list of firearms which would banned under HB 68:

Center Fire Rifles: Benelli R1; Browning BAR, Mark II Safari autoloaders, Browning Pump Rifle; Colt, Armalite, Les Baer, etc. Match Rifles; DSA Model SA58; Fabrique Nationale FAL; Harrington and Richardson Models 340, 360; H&K 770, 2000, SL6, SR9, 300, 630, 91, 93; Marlin Camp Carbine, Model 992; Mitchell Model LW-9; M-1 Carbine, all makes and models; Reising Model 60; Remington 7400, 740, 74, 4, 8 semi-autos; Remington Model 7600, 760 pump-actions; Ruger Deerfield, Mini-14, Ranch Rifle, Mini-30; Springfield M1A, Match, Super Match, SAR-48, SAR-4800, SAR-8; Valmet Hunter; Winchester Models 100, 1905, 1907, 1910; .22 Rimfire Rifles AMT Hunter; Anschutz Model 525 Deluxe; Armscorp Model 20C; AR-7 Explorer and Henry U.S.; Beretta Neos; Browning Buckmark; Charles Daly Field Grade, Superior Grade; CZ Model 511, 611; Daisy Models 2203, 2213; Harrington and Richardson Model 700; Ithaca X5-C, X15; Iver Johnson Trailblazer; Mauser Model 105; Mossberg Models 152, 350, 352; Reising Leatherneck; Remington Models 597, Nylon 77, 522; Ruger 10/22; Savage Models 64, 7, 1903, 1909; Marlin Models 522, 7000, 795, 795SS, 70; Thompson/Center Classic Benchmark; Weatherby Mark XXII; Winchester Models 77, 490.

Louisiana Carry
May 5, 2008, 06:43 PM
Hello Fellow Gun Enthusiasts,

This is an important week for gun rights in Louisiana. As some of you may be aware, two pro-gun bills have passed their respective committees, and the floor vote for HB 199 in particular will likely be VERY soon (early this week).

NOW is the time to CALL (not email) your representatives and urge them to vote in FAVOR of HB 199, the bill that allows lawful concealed carriers to have their weapon in Gun Free School Zones, AKA Defense-free Criminal Safe Zones.

The man who originally wrote this bill sent this to us:



Be aware for floor debate that HR 199 has the approval of the Student Senate at LSU! See the article in LSU campus newspaper:

Apparently the student body president at LSU tried to veto the resolution. How one can veto a resolution (as opposed to a bill) is beyond me. A resolution simply expresses the view of the quasi-legislative body (in this case, the student senate). That body has spoken, and their view remains the same. No veto can change that.

Please be aware also that Utah has for several years permitted concealed-carry on campus, and the university has not erupted into "the wild, wild West." I am unaware that there have been any incidents in Utah.

How many more students must die before the legislature hears the logic of HB 199?


He also sent these links for your consideration:

The concealed-carry experience in Utah:

Arguments for concealed carry:

TV coverage:

To find our who your state representative is:

To find out how to contact that state representative:

Now is the time to call, folks. Our representatives need to hear from us.


Micha Petty

Webmaster & List coordinator, Louisiana Carry

May 5, 2008, 06:53 PM
Hopefully you guys can get campus carry passed soon! We need that to get the idea of lawful carry introduced to people rather than having liberal professors poison the voter base right when they get started.

May 6, 2008, 10:46 AM
Where does your Gov stand on guns?
There a rumor running around McCain wants him as his VP.


Louisiana Carry
May 6, 2008, 12:16 PM
Ostensibly, he is very pro-gun.

He was heavily endorsed by the NRA during his campaign. Naturally, I do not think he has been anywhere near as proactive as he should be, but he is better than many.

May 6, 2008, 02:51 PM
Ruger 10/22;

What is wrong with those people???

I guess no gun is safe from the evil lib gun grabbers!

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