If fed enforcers, with near-unlimited resources and armies of lawyers, can’t proceed with certainty, how the hell are citizens supposed to know what they can do…?
If plaintiffs do not surrender or destroy their property by that time, they will be considered felons and subject to life-destroying fines, imprisonment and being designated “prohibited persons”…
An application to stay implementation and enforcement of the “bump stock” ban pending a writ of certiorari was filed Tuesday in the Supreme Court…
The court has scheduled a hearing next Tuesday for oral arguments on the motion for a preliminary injunction in that case.
If I don’t obey the order to rid myself of my twice-confirmed “legal” property, I’ll be branded a felon and subject to life and freedom-destroying punishments.
FPC announced today that attorneys Thomas C. Goldstein and Daniel Woofter of Goldstein & Russell, P.C., have filed a new federal lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration’s bump-stock ban.
With Trump’s bump stock ban set to go into effect, the end of hostility towards the Second Amendment doesn’t seem to be at an end.
For destruction, regardless of manufacturer or model, a bump stock must be made incapable of being readily restored to its intended function by, e.g., crushing, melting or shredding the bump stock.
Attorneys for an owner of a “bump-stock” device and three constitutional rights advocacy organizations filed a federal lawsuit against the Trump Administration’s new confiscatory ban on firearm parts.
Did the “bump stock” ban memo go out as reported and who signed off on the rule? Acting AG Whitaker? And what happens to rules he signs if the Democrat lawsuit disqualifies him as ineligible?
The Ohio statute is a good example of a strong preemption statute. Bump stocks are included because they are components and parts of firearms. The statute is specific. It also protects ammunition.
While bump fire stocks were reported found in the suspected shooter’s hotel room, where are the official reports that the devices were used?
Proposed Rule on Bump-Stock-Type Devices Officially Published; Comments Accepted Until June 27, 2018
If the object is to protect Americans from those who wish to do them harm, the “solution” will never be in a piece of paper with a disarmament order.
At this writing, fewer than 8,000 comments have been submitted and time’s almost up.
Whether or not bump stocks will be banned will depend on if Congress looks at this from an analytical standpoint or an emotional standpoint.
The Bill punishes individuals that purchased a legal product and does nothing to reduce violent crime or target real criminals..
The media frenzy over the mass murder in Las Vegas has died down faster than any other such story I have seen in the last two decades.
There’s no excuse for CNN or any professional news outlet to continue getting gun reporting so wrong.