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The second amendment at the Supreme Court

Dave Kopel has a detailed look at the upcoming case.

4 Responses to “The second amendment at the Supreme Court”

  1. blounttruth Says:

    H.R. 8

  2. ExpatNJ Says:

    H.R. 8 fails to define the word “‘temporary’ transfer”.

    So, if I TEMPORARILY transfer a firearm – even without a verbal statement or unwritten expectation that such transfer is not necessarily permanent, and that the firearm may be repossessed/recalled at some arbitrary point in time in the future – then HR8 no longer applies?

    So, what do I NOW think of their HR8?

    “The more they overthink the plumbing, the easier it is to stop up the drain.”

    – ‘Montgomery Christopher Jorgensen “Scotty” Scott’
    (played by actor James Doohan)
    “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock”, movie, 1984
    https://www.quotes.net/mquote/90450.

    Note: This is NOT legal advice; you have to pay for that.

  3. blounttruth Says:

    I think it is more about the federal registration that is more of a concern than the actual bill they are pushing and selling to the left as a simple “increased background check”. As soon as it passes, anyone caught with a gun they have not notified the government about, they are a felon, registration is the first giant leap to confiscation, and it seems the man that is going to “protect your 2nd amendment so good” is a fool.

  4. Old NFO Says:

    Getting more popcorn for this one! 🙂

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