GA2A, the Georgia 2nd Amendment watchdog, has come out in favor of a pre-filed bill from Rep. Michelle Au, D-Johns Creek, that would provide a tax credit of up to $300 for the purchase of eligible gun safes. The credits would be given on a first-come, first-served basis with a total limit of $5 million for the program.  

“GA2A supports incentives for law-abiding Georgians to acquire, maintain, and store firearms,” said Jerry Henry, executive director of GA2A. “Incentivizing good firearms practices is an approach that will work. However, GA2A will continue to oppose efforts to mandate unconstitutional storage practices that impose criminal or civil liability on gun owners.”  

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