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More on unusual

Sebastian looks at my questions: I’ve also advocated that the courts should consider police use when making a determination about “common use.”

3 Responses to “More on unusual”

  1. mikee Says:

    An even better method is, common use means a company sells it, or wants to sell it, for a profit to the public.

    That way, new technology is not subject to being banned in advance based on a prototype.

  2. TigerStripe Says:

    I don’t see how either “in common use” or “dangerous and unusual” negate “shall not be infringed.”

    TS

  3. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Well, considering the number of Firearms sold over the past year, and the M4 Semi-Autos in particular, if the standard is “In Common Use,” I could make a case that,if anything should be Banned, they should START with Trapdoor Springfields, thus leaving the M4s and Glocks to the Tail End.

    But none of it matters, since the Anti-Gunners just want ALL Guns Banned anyway.

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