Skip to comments.Governor Corbett Signs Self Defense Bill Into Law
Posted on 06/28/2011 12:56:34 PM PDT by JohnPierce
Moments ago, in a private ceremony in his office, Governor Tom Corbett signed House Bill 40 into law, significantly expanding the self-defense rights of the law-abiding citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
(Excerpt) Read more at monachuslex.com ...
I am an NRA-ILA volunteer in Pennsylvania and we have been working for a long time on this one. HOORAY!
I just find it hard to believe that a law should even be required for this.
Let me be the first to say THANK YOU! ... for helping to make this happen.
It sure us Lazlo ... It sure is. :)
First point of use, the boroughs outside Philly and Harrisburg where white on black racism is occurring. No stinking curfew’s, shoot on site.
black on white...apologies..
Thank you, but I am one of thousands. My next dilemma will be deciding between a Remington 870(7 shot capacity) or a Mossberg 590 A1(I thnik 9 shot capacity) to supplement my old Mossberg 500.
Stick with the Mossberg, especially if you already have one. There is a lot to be said for familiarity with a particular firearm. The 500 and 590 have identical controls.
If you do get the 590A1, you MUST put a bayonet on it. :^)
Encompasses a wide definition of dwelling, and a right to stand your ground in public.
Both very important to defeat the legal trickery of anti-gun prosecutors.
At the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia on June 3. Really good interview with the Gov.
There was a video link but I can't find it.
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