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The legislation sponsored by Sen. Bryan Townsend, D-Newark, seeks to block the sale, transfer or import of about 60 specific makes and models of semi-automatic rifles and handguns, along with so-called “copycat weapons” defined by features such as folding stocks, flash suppressors and grenade launchers.
Violation of the proposed law would be a felony punishable by up to three years in prison for a first offense and a five-year prison term for a second offense.
The list of banned weapons would include rifles commonly referred to as AK-47s and AR-15s, along with a variety of semi-automatic shotguns and “assault pistols,” such as UZIs and the rapid-fire Beretta 93R.
Anyone who currently owns one of those weapons would be allowed to keep their guns, although using and transporting those grandfathered firearms would be strictly limited.
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