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2ANYS Launches statewide pistol permit lawsuit


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#1 Stainless45

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Posted July 27 2020 - 06:38 PM

Just like it says, link is below.  I would encourage donating, I just did.  Now more than ever we need the RIGHT to carry for protection...

 

https://www.2anys.com

 



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#2 cprstn54

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Posted July 27 2020 - 07:10 PM

Almost every legal challenge I have seen on the last 15 years has been deficient in scholarship, particularly as to history.

 

The nunchucks guy did a decent job. The gravity knife case found a good technicality, plus had backing from tradesmen. In CA there was a challenge to the ten-round mag limit on the ground that 15-rd pistols had been in wide use at the time.

 

In any event, the way the [Trump] Supreme Court has been running away from 2A cases leads me to believe that Trump's love of 2A is just for show, and that only 2A stuff that benefits corporate contributors gets a boost.


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#3 mvphilly

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Posted July 27 2020 - 07:16 PM

Almost every legal challenge I have seen on the last 15 years has been deficient in scholarship, particularly as to history.

 

The nunchucks guy did a decent job. The gravity knife case found a good technicality, plus had backing from tradesmen. In CA there was a challenge to the ten-round mag limit on the ground that 15-rd pistols had been in wide use at the time.

 

In any event, the way the [Trump] Supreme Court has been running away from 2A cases leads me to believe that Trump's love of 2A is just for show, and that only 2A stuff that benefits corporate contributors gets a boost.

At this point it looks like Roberts needs replacing not Ginsburg.


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#4 Gort

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Posted July 28 2020 - 04:48 AM

Conservative Justices Declined to Take Up Second Amendment Case after Roberts Signaled He Would Side with Liberals: Report

 

 

https://www.national...als-report/amp/



#5 Stainless45

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Posted August 01 2020 - 07:56 AM

https://www.reddit.c...is_the_protest/



#6 packetloss

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Posted August 03 2020 - 11:08 AM

I'm curious.  How can they ban an 80% lower?  I mean 80% lower isn't a thing, it's just a label.  It's literally just a piece of metal.  Wouldn't that just ban sheets of steel, aluminum, springs, 3d printers, etc.  Everything and anything basically.


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#7 Wowzer

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Posted August 03 2020 - 02:18 PM

I think both need replacing. He was appointed by Bush.
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