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This Week in Guns 398 – Serial Numbers Toasted?, NY Nonsense, & More

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Hello everyone and welcome back to This Week in Guns, brought to you by Patriot Patch Company, VZ Grips, TacPac, 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 Otis.

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District Court Rules Serial Obliteration Ban Unconstitutional
While finding that the law barring convicted felons from possessing guns was justified under Bruen, the court found that the laws against removing the serial number on a firearm, or possessing a firearm with an obliterated serial number were not.

Tennessee Court Rules Against Ban on Firearms in Public Housing

In a fascinating decision, the Court of Appeals of Tennessee reversed a lower court who upheld a lease restriction on firearms ownership.

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Will Sheriffs Enforce NY Carry Laws?
About half a dozen upstate new york sheriffs are kinda sorta waffly about maybe kinda not enforcing the new carry laws.

New Jersey Planning to Pass Nation’s Strongest Carry Law

Of course, right after Bruen. For whatever reason. 

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Nikolas Cruz Avoids Death Penalty in Florida

The jury found both aggravated and mitigating circumstances and thus could not unanimously reach the death penalty.

The Army Lost an M2, Lol.

Turns out some dude just threw it in the dumpster.

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