If it starts here in MA, and becomes law, don't think for a minute that YOUR State wont be next. This is one of the most important topics that as an airgun community that we not only make people aware of but doing whatever we can to protect our sport. I agree with GungaDin, if someone gets out of line handle it on a one on one basis. This is to important to ALL of us to even think of locking.
Received this response the other day and I thought you might be interested in calming some nerves. Dwyer, James J. - Rep. (HOU) <James.Dwyer@mahouse.gov> Jul 18 at 10:04 AMTo Dan K. Message bodyHi Dan:Thanks for reaching out. Please know that I am very sensitive to this issue. While I co-sponsored legislation on toy guns, I appreciated the many constituents that reached out with concerns about bb guns and airsoft sporting enthusiasts that I made sure to advocate for provisions to protect those types of activities. The bill has been sent to study which effectively kills it for this legislative session. This will give an opportunity to change the bill to protect those who are active in bb gun and airsoft sporting.Best Regards,Jim Dwyer