Hello everyone and welcome back to This Week in Guns, brought to you by Patriot Patch Company and Primary Arms. This show offers commentary on the latest firearms industry news, information and buzz. I’m your host Matthew Larosiere and I’m here with my co-host Shawn Herrin.
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Jstark worked tirelessly towards two simple goals: freedom of expression, and an individual right to keep and bear arms. After being raided by German police, he died of cardiac arrest.
Labeled as a “gun crime” prevention measure, the veneer is pretty thin in practical effect.
A report available on the Reload details this massive spike, and it’s very interesting to see what countries have been the top players.
[A] new lawsuit argues that the city’s law [banning “ghost guns”] is overly broad and outlaws all polymer-based guns, including the top-selling handguns made by Glock — which are issued to most D.C. police officers. (The law makes an exception for military and law enforcement users.)
The present permanent and irrecoverable federal ban on gun ownership for anyone convicted of a felony (which includes a whole host of very benign activity) has once again slipped past Court review, with the Supreme Court refusing to take Roundtree v. Wisconsin, a case where a man was prohibited from owning guns because he missed child support payments almost two decades ago.
Are you surprised, anyway?
Years ago, S&W saw an existential threat due to the then-new concept of gun maker products liability lawsuits. To dodge this threat, Ed Shultz agreed to work with the Clinton administration to put in a host of voluntary gun control measures.