The private marketplace of firearms can be a tricky and sometimes arduous adventure, based on inconsistent state to state law and the prevalence of unnavigable legalism and policy.
Thanks to the efforts Arizona legislatures, the headaches of buying and selling guns at the show circuit or person to person transactions could be a thing of the past if the measure shows up on the Fall ballot. Apparently, citizens will not have to resort to blindly tossing unwanted firearms into the depths of the Grand Canyon, along with the possible monetary proceeds.
According to KSAZ-TV, Senate Bill 1122 passed through the house with a resounding majority in a 32-23 vote. Author of the proposed legislation, Republican Gail Griffin, is adamant that residents should be set free of the burden of state and local governments requiring third party approval or the use of background checks when approving the transfer of personal property.
Before reaching the ballot, the bill has to be approved by Governor Doug Ducey. Proponents of the measure believe that the verbiage relieves the traffic jam of bureaucracy not only burdening individuals selling privately owned firearms, but those attempting to market personal property.
Read the full KSAZ-TV story here.