Gun Reform


Monstah PAC's Petition to Amend the Second Amendment : 

Article [II] (Amendment to Second Amendment to remove antiquated and confusing language about a "well regulated Militia")

The right of the people to keep and bear a firearm shall not be infringed, except that:

Carrying or transporting a concealed firearm in public is prohibited;

All semiautomatic and automatic weapons are banned for civilian use or possession;

No magazine containing ammunition shall hold more than ten rounds;

Dangerous and unusual weapons and those not typically possessed by law-abiding citizens for lawful purposes are prohibited;

No delivery to an intended transferee of a firearm shall be made until six months after a thorough background check and psychological examination is completed by an agency in the State where the intended transferee is located which certifies the intended transferee would not pose a danger to themseleves or others, and has never been convicted of a violent crime whether it be a misdemeanor or a felony; 

Before a transfer by sale, gift or inheritance, the intended transferee must obtain a license from the State to possess the firearm, which is identified in detail in the license, based upon proof of effective training in the safe possession and use of the firearm intended to be transferred, and the intended transferee and the firearm intended to be transferred must be registered in the public records of the United States; and

No transfers by sale, gift or inheritance shall be made to anyone under 21 years of age.


Monstah PAC seeks to highlight the political position of candidates and compare them to each other on the issues of gun reform in America, especially those involving the United States' mass killings at the point of a barrel, which have sadly become iconic of our culture.

Gun Reform notes

CDC did do gun violence study in 1990s, but NRA/Congress stepped in to stop further work

In case you’re wondering why the U.S. Congress has barred CDC from conducting gun-violence research since 1996, wonder no more...continue on next page





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