The Beginning of the End of the National Firearms Act

In the Post-Bruen World, is there any historical analogue that would justify the existence of the National Firearms Act? Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, discusses the case of Paxton v. Dettlebach, a challenge to defend Texas Gov’t Code 2.052(a), which stated that Texans who built, owned and possessed suppressors inside the State of Texas, would not have to comply with the National Firearms Act. Problem is that ATF flipped out and now we have ourselved a lawsuit. After dismissing the plaintiffs claims the trial court’s order is now being appealed by the State of Texas and 3 other plaintiffs in the 5th Circuit. But this argument represents much more than some obscure Texas suppressor law. This is the roadmap for how the NFA can be taken apart in the Post-Bruen World. So, arm yourself with education today.

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