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I don't see that restriction.Sambolijah said:...From what I read on KSL's web site, the bill was modified so that the weapon cannot be chambered, but still with a magazine, and can be placed in a glove box or other container.
I think that's fine, for now. A small concession and compromise that will be fixed down the road.
What say you?
Here is the original bill: S.B. 24 -- Weapons Amendments -- Madsen, M.
Here is the substitute bill: S.B. 24 Substitute -- Weapons Amendments -- Madsen, M.
I've compared the actual text of the two bills side by side. The substitute actually seems to clarify a couple small points, but not add any restrictions. In a few places, the term "property" was replaced by "real property", which I assume means land.
The substitute bill also modifies U.C.A. 76-10-501. Definitions. ( 18 ) in the following way:
Changed:( 18 )"Securely encased" means not readily accessible for immediate use, such as held in a gun rack, or in a closed case or container, whether or not locked, or in a trunk or other storage area of a motor vehicle, not including a glove box or console box.
That's a good change. I think that the substitute bill is not watered down at all.( 18 )"Securely encased" means not readily accessible for immediate use, such as held in a gun rack, or in a closed case or container, whether or not locked.
I'm not a lawyer, but I can read.