Author Topic: GOA scores first bump stock win in 6th Circuit Court of Appeals  (Read 84 times)

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Online Doublebass73

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GOA, GOF, and VCDL score a win. The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has declared that a bump stock is not a machine gun. It's now a waiting game to see if the lower court will issue an injunction. If that's the case then bump stocks could become legal again in the 6th district (Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee). This case is important not because bump stocks are important but because  it's important to reign in to unelected bureaucrats and also presidents from changing laws on their own.

https://www.gunowners.org/wp-content/uploads/Gun-Owners-of-America-v.-Garland-Bump-Stock-Victory.pdf


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Re: GOA scores first bump stock win in 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2021, 09:54:31 AM »
These are the people you want to send your money to if you want someone to fight for the second amendment.The GOA walks the walk. Unlike the big one, that talks the talk.
In a republic, an official set of fundamental laws, like the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, prohibits the government from limiting or taking away certain “inalienable” rights of the people, even if that government was freely chosen by a majority of the people. In a pure democracy, the voting majority has almost limitless power over the minority.

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Re: GOA scores first bump stock win in 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2021, 02:34:00 PM »
I agree, I switched to the GOA a couple years ago. I'd rather my money go towards fighting for our rights than silk suits for Wayne.
"A bill of rights is what the people are entitled to against every government on earth, general or particular, and what no just government should refuse."

--- Thomas Jefferson December 20, 1787