The Gun Company Willing to Put Their Mouth Where Your Rights Are

Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, discusses all the Amicus Briefs filed in Cargill v. Garland, a challenge to ATF’s bump stock ban. This case involves a lot more than just bump stocks, rather it is a challenge to ATF’s entire playbook. Now is the time for the Amicus to fly in and today we noticed a new player in the game, Palmetto State Armory. They, along with the Firearms Regulatory and Accountability Coalition have filed an outstanding brief in support of Garland, but this marks the first time since we had this channel that a major firearms manufacturer has thorwn in on something like this. So today we give them an "Atta-Boy" so that you can arm yourself with education.

Read the Memorandum here. https://www.supremecourt.gov/DocketPDF/22/22-976/299042/20240129130325469_22-976%20Amici%20Brief.pdf

Read the Docket on Cargill v. Garland. https://www.supremecourt.gov/docket/docketfiles/html/public/22-976.html
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