Vermont governor signs sweeping gun control measures

(CNN) Vermont Gov. Phil Scott on Wed signed sweeping gun control procedures — including limits on the dimension of magazines — that the Legislature passed last month after good debate.

— Raise the minimum age regarding gun buyers to 21;
— Ban bundle stocks, which allow semiautomatic weaponry to fire more rapidly;

Require all gun dealings to be facilitated by a licensed seller who would perform background checks, except for law enforcement or military users acting within their duties, or with regard to gun transfers between immediate loved ones;

— Limit rifle magazines to ten rounds.
State residents will be permitted to help keep larger-capacity magazines they already very own.
When he signed the measures, Scott, the Republican, called himself a Second Modification supporter who owns guns and has sought after his whole life. But he mentioned continued mass shootings in the United States and also a recently foiled school shooting storyline at Fair Haven Union Senior high school in Vermont “forced me to accomplish some soul searching. ”
“I want each student and every school, every dad and mom, every victim of violence in a form to know that today we remain together as we take steps towards producing our community safer for all of us, inch Scott said.
There were boos as well as cheers through people watching Scott as he produced his remarks outside the Vermont Capitol.
The Legislature’s approval of the measures came since other states also consider gun safety limitations since a bulk shooting in February that still left 17 people dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Scott had backed the new firearms basic safety legislation, which came after law enforcement foiled the plot at Reasonable Haven shortly after the Parkland capturing.