During our Brownells Bullet Points, we will consider more hardware; rifles and optics. The Professor installed an MPO scope onto a .260 Remington chambered rifle.
The People’s Republik of New Jersey has attacked lawful commerce again with a backdoor gun control scheme that allows them to sue gun companies when criminals use guns. Will the firearms industry fight this or just lie down and comply?
Also, for your SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters, we will consider a new organization; The Rittenhouse Foundation. What is that all about?
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- [0:09:46]Brownells Bullet Points – Brownells.com
- TOPIC: MPO on a Savage Model 11 .260 Remington – Geeking Out with Rifle Cartridges
- [0:30:46] Good Reading: AK47 Survival and Evolution of the World’s Most Prolific Gun amzn.to/3sd0qK7
- [0:56:33] SOTG Homeroom – CrossbreedHolsters.com
- TOPIC: Kyle Rittenhouse Starts Up a New Gun Rights Org Focused on Supporting Individuals Who Have Defended Themselves www.thetruthaboutguns.com
- [1:06:23] New Jersey can sue gun companies under public nuisance law, federal appeals panel rules www.politico.com/news/2023/
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New Jersey can sue the gun industry under a “public nuisance” law, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday, handing a major victory to the state after last year’s U.S. Supreme Court decision loosening public carrying restrictions.
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals’ dismissal of a challenge brought by the National Shooting Sports Foundation last year comes as New Jersey and other states look for novel ways to balance public safety with gun rights under the high court’s June 2022 ruling in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen.
New Jersey’s public nuisance law, signed by Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy a month later, may offer a template to other states following Thursday’s ruling, which said the shooting foundation “jumped the gun” in its challenge and did not justify the court’s intervention. Other blue states, such as Delaware and California, have enacted similar measures designed to open the gun industry to legal action.
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