Fiamingo said he personally believes Christie will veto the measure and since the Democrats do not have enough votes in the legislature to override a governor’s veto, the bill may not pass; however that will not stop NJ2AS from staying active and keeping people informed.
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Garden State advocates for restoring gun rights are white knuckling as Republican Gov. Christopher J. Christie decides how to game harsh gun legislation Democrats dropped in his in box.
“Over 100 pro-gun right supporters attended the Assembly Law and Public Safety committee hearing on March 13 and over 80 of us testified in great detail against the magazine capacity ban,” said Frank Jack Fiamingo, president of The New Jersey Second Amendment Society.
“We made our pleas, used our logic, used our reasoning, and they completely ignored us,” he siad. The legislation regulations on magazines makes thousands of gun owners a new clase of felons.