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Litigation, CCW, Enemies, Only Ones

Housekeeping No newsletter next week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. I will be giving thanks for you good folks with whom I figuratively share a tent. Election So, did I miss all of the predicted right-wing violence following the election? Litigation More on the unconstitutional gun serial number requirement In Wade v Univ. of Michigan, the Michigan Supreme Court last …

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Litigation, Study

Veterans Day A very sincere Thank You. Litigation U.S. District Judge John Sinatra, Jr. has again issued a preliminary injunction against New York’s ban on guns in churches. The order in the case Hardaway v. Nigrelli is effective immediately and comes two weeks after a temporary restraining order was issued in this case. Read the judge’s comments. Another federal judge …

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Election, Litigation, Only Ones, Tactics

Tuesday Don’t forget to vote. “They call people like me one-issue voters. No, we are litmus test voters. We take an issue we know both sides of very well, and use the candidate’s position on it to rate their judgment on other issues we trust them and their advisors to decide correctly for us.” – Mas Ayoob Litigation U.S. District …

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Litigation, enemies, Only Ones

Litigation Last Thursday U.S. District Judge John A. Sinatra, Jr. granted a temporary restraining order prohibiting law enforcement agencies in the state of New York from enforcing the ban on concealed carry in churches and other places of worship in the case Hardaway v. Nigrelli (formerly Hardaway v. Bruen), saying the law is clearly unconstitutional and impermissibly infringes on Second …

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Litigation, ATF, NRA, Tactics

Litigation The Second Amendment Foundation, joined by the Firearms Policy Coalition, Inc. and two Baptist church ministers, filed a new suit in federal court challenging the new concealed carry statute in New York State that among other things prohibits concealed carry in churches. The case is Hardaway v. Bruen. Also in New York, officials are advising crime victims not to …

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Force, Protection, Litigation

Disparity of force chart Chances of survival (see pdf document below). The real importance here is that if you are involved on the small side of a disparity of force incident and have to resort to use of a weapon to survive the encounter, if you can prove that you knew about this information at the time of the incident, …

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Litigation, Legislation, NRA, Only Ones

Litigation Mexican $10 billion lawsuit against U.S. gun makers dismissed. All of the claims are either barred by federal law (PLCAA) or fail for other reasons. Mexico says it will appeal. No word on U.S. suits or charges against Mexicans breaking all sorts of U.S. laws. The families of three students who survived the Uvalde, TX, school massacre have filed …

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Litigation, Feds, Enemies, Tactics

Housekeeping My time conflict was resolved early in the week, so you still get the newsletter today. Litigation Follow-up clarification on case concerning gun bans for folks under felony indictments: West Texas U.S. District Court Judge David Counts, who ruled in US V. Quiroz that the ban on those under felony INDICTMENT receiving guns is NOT constitutional, also said the …

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