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TWIG 393 – The Soupreme Did It

Hello everyone and welcome back to This Week in Guns, brought to you by Patriot Patch Company, VZ Grips, 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 standard co-host Shawn Herrin.

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The Soupreme Did It

Of course, we all know about Bruen, but what came next is fascinating.

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The Feds Passed the Bad Law

Fifteen GOP senators voted to pass the “Bipartisan Safer Communities Act,” fascinatingly, right after Bruen.

Flailing & Desperate: The Retaliation Era

-The US Dept. of Justice whined about the ruling.

-California politick lizard introduced a bill to “respond” to the ruling.

-New York freaks out, announces lawsuit against random small shops for selling gun parts, and holds a special session exclusively for passing gun control to combat Bruen. (P10)

-New York’s Suffolk County “will openly deny anyone that applies for full carry. Said the court decision has no effect on them.”

-New Jersey Gov Murphy holds his own press conference and executive order to combat “gun violence” in response to Bruen. (P16)

-NJ Senator Cryan: “It’s my opinion that it’s actually a privilege these days. That somewhere between AK and 47 it became a privilege.”

-CA doxxed the hell out of gun owners, then began preparing a package of turbobills. (P11)

-New York slams through deluxe gun law. You may be able to carry a gun “on some streets.”

-Delaware signs a package of turbobills, one of which saying you can’t carry unless there’s a sign on the business saying weapons are welcome. (P4)

-Highland park shooting is being used by NJ and IL governors to somehow be mad about Bruen.

Some Good, Though?

-Interest in gun ownership soars in New York.

-Cops are deluxe mad.

-Indiana AG announces “Gun Owners Bill of Rights
-Massachusetts working with gun groups to fix their crap.

-Hawaii mulling over it, may go open carry route.

-Gov Hogan directing Maryland police to knock it off with the “good and substantial reason”