How This Will Be the Most Important Case for Homemade Firearms

There is no historical tradition of regulating firearms, and yet there are many states that are bound and determined to ban them at all costs. Is that Constitutional? Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, dicusses that exact issue and just how many Constitutional deficiencies there comes with total bans such as what Delaware instituted, which is now the subject of today’s case, Rigby v. Jennings. This case, brought to us by our good friends of Firearms Policy Coalition is brilliantly laid out in this memorandum so learn more and arm yourself with education today.

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If you’re ready to jump into the fight with the Firearms Policy Coalition, who have been fighting like crazy to preserve your rights, visit them today at: https://www.firearmspolicy.org/
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