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gunsHouse Bill 2162, introduced by state Representative Eddie Armstrong (D-37), seeks the destruction of any firearms seized by law enforcement.  nbsp;Current law stipulates that all unclaimed seized property, with only minor exceptions, be sold at public auction.

HB 2162 would not only allow seized firearms to be destroyed (currently not part of the exceptions), but would also allow only federal firearms license (FFL) holders or another law enforcement agency to acquire any firearms not destroyed but allowed to be sold.