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Old September 1st, 2018, 02:08 PM #351
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While this is true, if you get an answer from atf saying they won't, you are not ok until 2019 imo.

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Where is that written in the law? If you are dissaproved how long do you think you have to dispose of your property?

According to what is written, the answer is October 2019.
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Where is that written in the law? If you are dissaproved how long do you think you have to dispose of your property?

According to what is written, the answer is October 2019.
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Here is the link to Opposition to State's motion to dismiss, as filed in the Bump Stock Case on Friday 8/31/2018
https://www.marylandshallissue.org/j...n-takings-case
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Here is the link to Opposition to State's motion to dismiss, as filed in the Bump Stock Case on Friday 8/31/2018
https://www.marylandshallissue.org/j...n-takings-case
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Tac- Con 3mr

OK, bumpstocks and echo triggers clearly spelled out in the bill. Same with hellfire.

Anyone want to venture a guess on the Tac-Con? My read it's just another drop in replacement trigger. Or is it like hellfire in function? This is why we can't have nice things.

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After reading that I cant help but wonder if Frosh has failed his duty to keep up with SCOTUS rulings which goes against his personal beliefs that he is forcing upon the people of Maryland. He does not want to read and or know of said SCOTUS rulings because it will show that he is wrong and he can not accept the fact that he is wrong and force him to admit due to SCOTUS rulings in the past he can not force upon the people his personal views to make things go his way all the time.
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What are the chances that the judge is as dense as Frosh? Even the arguments against FSA 2013 were shot down due to a biased judge. Although this case has a stronger footing, it seems like judges are usually anti with these cases.


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Here is the link to Opposition to State's motion to dismiss, as filed in the Bump Stock Case on Friday 8/31/2018
https://www.marylandshallissue.org/j...n-takings-case
I'm no legal expert, but that filing seems extremely well thought out, researched and annotated. Thank you.

It will be interesting to see if the court will somehow rule that the State's police powers will indeed trump the State's constitutional rights guaranteed in the Takings clause.
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Thanks for the link. Itís pretty comprehensive. After reading our arguments it seems totally inconceivable that the petition for a hearing could be denied, then I remembered this is Maryland.


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Come on ... we need to be rational and reasonable and pick our battles. A bump stock isnít the same as, say, a magazine. Itís not an integral component of a firearm thatís necessary for its operation. Itís an accessory, plain and simple. Itís the same as a red dot sight. There is no way in the wide world of sports that we are going to convince even the most conservative court that the 2A protects the right to own a device that isnít integral to, or necessary for the operation of, a firearm, especially a device that actually makes, in general, a firearm less useful. There is no way that there will ever be 2A jurisprudence that is even remotely similar in scope to 1A jurisprudence.

People want to spend - and waste - political capital on bump stocks. IMHO, thatís a stupid and useless waste of effort, time, money, etc. Not everything ďgunĒ is important, and thatís one of the issues I have with the gun world in general - everyone thinks that God and Country should prevail because Guns and Murica. This accessory is not important, other than with respect to the idea that what was once legal cannot be made illegal without paying owners for the termination of that right.

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act so as to limit or undermine (something); encroach on.
"his legal rights were being infringed"
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Do as you wish, but I will not sit idly by while the "progressives" eat the 2A elephant one bite at a time.
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