A Legislative History: Uniform Firearms Act

I noticed there’s no good summary out there on the legislative history of Pennsylvania’s Uniforms Firearms Act, which is the section of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes that relate to firearms. I thought it would be worthwhile to go through and offer a legislative history of this act from the passage of right-to-carry in 1988 to the present time. I’ll keep updating this post with links to further posts. For the sake of brevity, I will only cover the major revisions to the UFA, and not the more minor ones.

Part 1: Act 158 of 1988 – Right to Carry
Part 2: Act 68 of 1989 – Firearms in Vehicles

One Response to “A Legislative History: Uniform Firearms Act”

  1. James says:

    Outstanding – thanks.


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