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PA Supreme Court – PSP Must Prove Firearm Moved in Interstate Commerce to Deny Individual under Federal Law

Thu, 07/18/2019 - 10:16

In a surprising and unanimous decision issued yesterday in Navarro v. Pennsylvania State Police, 72 MAP 2018, 2019 WL 3209478, at *1 (Pa. July 17, 2019) - continuing a line of decisions from the Court where it has breathed new life into constitutional rights - the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that for the Pennsylvania State … Continue reading PA Supreme Court – PSP Must Prove Firearm Moved in Interstate Commerce to Deny Individual under Federal Law →

Categories: Pro-gun rights

ATF Rescinds Prior Methods to Measure a Firearm’s Overall Length when Equipped with a Stabilizing Brace

Fri, 07/05/2019 - 08:30

Late yesterday, I received an email from an individual containing a letter from ATF which was a response to a correspondence requesting the correct method to "measure a firearm with a 'stabilizing brace' and folding adaptor." It was explained that the correspondence was sent in the form of an email over a year ago and … Continue reading ATF Rescinds Prior Methods to Measure a Firearm’s Overall Length when Equipped with a Stabilizing Brace →

Categories: Pro-gun rights

MONUMENTAL Determination from ATF – Grant of State Relief Relieves Federal Prohibition Relating to Mental Health Commitments

Wed, 07/03/2019 - 14:44

I am honored to announce, after fighting the U.S. Government over this issue for several years, that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has conceded that a grant of state relief in relation to a prior mental health commitment is sufficient to relieve the individual of any prohibition under federal law. In … Continue reading MONUMENTAL Determination from ATF – Grant of State Relief Relieves Federal Prohibition Relating to Mental Health Commitments →

Categories: Pro-gun rights