Overview of Paxton v Richardson
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed an amended brief in the Texas silencer case. The brief applies the Bruen decision to the Texas case which challenges federal silencer law.
Get this! The ATF is currently arguing in court that a "silencer" is not subject to a recent Supreme Court ruling because they claim a "silencer" is not technically a "firearm", even though if a "silencer" is not classified as a "firearm", it would not fall under the jurisdiction of the ATF in the first place! You can't make this stuff up!
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I personally think the ATF should just be a convenience store.
The tax aspect of NFA might survive Text, History, Tradition analysis. However all the transport and related restrictions that have nothing to do with collection of a tax will probably not survive this case.Definitely sounds like the ATF painted themselves into a corner. Hopefully this double standard will fall in the 2A favor through court appeals.……
Thank God for the state of Texas in fighting the hypocrisy of the elites.
Re-read the first post.This thread is about the suppressor case.
This video belongs and is posted in the thread about the indicted felon case.
Texas judge rules that people under felony indictment have the right to buy guns under the Second Amendment.Obviously the government will appeal. https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.txwd.1165328/gov.uscourts.txwd.1165328.82.0.pdfwww.mdshooters.com