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Old March 22nd, 2020, 10:08 PM #1
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New Jersey governor stops all gun sales

Due to the New Jersey shut down, the governor has declared FFL dealers to be non-essential so they will be closed. He has also directed the vendor of the NICS to turn off the ability to submit new requests. Since all gun transfers in New Jersey must have a background check, he has basically halted all gun sales.

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Old March 22nd, 2020, 10:14 PM #2
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That'll teach that meanie head virus to come to new Jersey!
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Your 2A just thrown out the window. Along with the 1st. Go figure right? Nothing like an emergency to chuck everything out the window.
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My initial reaction is "there are gun sales in NJ"?

My second reaction is that honestly if you waited this long you deserve to be weeded out of the population.
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This is the type of thing that Alan Gottlieb and SAF love to challenge in court!
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This is the type of thing that Alan Gottlieb and SAF love to challenge in court!
Unlikely to win. Been a very long, long tradition that your rights, even constitutional ones, can be limited by states of emergency.
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Unlikely to win. Been a very long, long tradition that your rights, even constitutional ones, can be limited by states of emergency.
I don't think that worked in New Orleans. It took some time, but confiscation was found to have been wrong.
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And the Illinois Gubbner stated the following about gun stores being on the list of essential operations
https://www.ammoland.com/2020/03/ill...#axzz6HU32uWLZ


The Second Amendment Foundation today applauded Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker for including firearm and ammunition suppliers on the list of “essential businesses and operations” that will remain open during the Prairie State’s “Shelter-In-Place” emergency due to the ongoing COVID-19 Coronavirus emergency.

“When an anti-gun Democrat governor declares that essential businesses include firearm and ammunition suppliers and retailers for the purposes of safety and security, that is a really big deal,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “Every governor should copy the Illinois example when issuing ‘shelter-in-place’ and business closure orders in the face of the Coronavirus.”

Three other states are already under sweeping emergency orders as the nation copes with the Coronavirus pandemic. They are New York, Pennsylvania, and California.

“Depending upon how long this emergency continues,” Gottlieb observed, “many Americans may find themselves facing situations where they will need to be their own first responders. Gov. Pritzker obviously understands this, and we encourage the governors of all other states to recognize this isn’t an issue of party politics but of personal and community safety.”


sorry quoted wrong part. fml

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Unlikely to win. Been a very long, long tradition that your rights, even constitutional ones, can be limited by states of emergency.
I think it depends on how it gets argued. https://www.saf.org/federal-judge-ha...-gun-seizures/

While certain rights are more limited in states of emergency, not all rights are affected the same way. In an emergency, the need for an individual to protect themselves is increased, while the ability of the government to provide public safety is decreased.
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