PA Bill Number: SB531
Title: In general provisions, providing for findings regarding firearms and ammunition; and, in preemptions, providing for regulation of firearms and ...
Description: In general provisions, providing for findings regarding firearms and ammunition; and, in preemptions, providing for regulation of firearms a ...
Last Action: Removed from table
Last Action Date: Oct 21, 2020
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This legislation requires modification of a firearm to put a unique ID on each round of ammunition fired by a handgun.
Title: MICRO Act Make Identifiable Criminal Rounds Obvious Act
Subject: Crime and law enforcement: Criminal justice information and records: Firearms and explosives: Fraud offenses and financial crimes: Licensing and registrations: Trade restrictions
Description: MICRO Act Make Identifiable Criminal Rounds Obvious Act This bill requires certain semiautomatic pistols to be capable of microstamping ammunition. A pistol is capable of microstamping ammunition if (1) the characters that identify the make, model, and serial number of the pistol are etched into the breech face and firing pin of the pistol; and (2) these characters are copied onto the cartridge case of the ammunition when the pistol fires such ammunition. Specifically, the bill prohibits a federal firearms licensee (e.g., a gun dealer) from manufacturing, importing, or transferring a semiautomatic pistol that is not capable of microstamping ammunition. Violators are subject to fines. The bill also makes it unlawful for any person to remove, obliterate, or alter the microstamped code or microstamping capability of a firearm that has been shipped or transported in interstate or foreign commerce. Violators are subject to fines and suspension or revocation of any firearms license.
Session: 116th Congress
Last Action: Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.
Last Action Date: March 4, 2019
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40 sponsors: Anthony Brown (D); Alma Adams (D); G. Butterfield (D); Andre Carson (D); Gil Cisneros (D); Yvette Clarke (D); Lacy Clay (D); Emanuel Cleaver (D); Gerald Connolly (D); Danny Davis (D); Dwight Evans (D); Marcia Fudge (D); Al Green (D); Alcee Hastings (D); Jahana Hayes (D); Sheila Jackson-Lee (D); Eddie Johnson (D); Robin Kelly (D); Al Lawson (D); Barbara Lee (D); Andy Levin (D); Lucy McBath (D); Donald McEachin (D); Gregory Meeks (D); Gwen Moore (D); Joseph Neguse (D); Eleanor Norton (D); Ilhan Omar (D); Ayanna Pressley (D); Cedric Richmond (D); Janice Schakowsky (D); David Scott (D); Thomas Suozzi (D); Bennie Thompson (D); Lauren Underwood (D); Marc Veasey (D); Bonnie Coleman (D); David Cicilline (D); Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D); Ro Khanna (D)
|House||Mar 4 2019||Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.|
|House||Jan 23 2019||Introduced in House|
|House||Jan 23 2019||Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.|
|Introduced||Feb 6 2019||federal bill text||bill text|
|There are no amendments to this bill at this time|
Committee Name: Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security
There have not been any votes on this bill
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