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    Default Federal Court Rules 302 Commitment Insufficient to Trigger Federal FirearmsDisability

    Joshua Prince, Esq. - Firearms Industry Consulting Group - www.PaFirearmsLawyer.com

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    Default Re: Federal Court Rules 302 Commitment Insufficient to Trigger Federal FirearmsDisabi

    Quote Originally Posted by SigForLife View Post
    Finally some due process!

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    Default Re: Federal Court Rules 302 Commitment Insufficient to Trigger Federal FirearmsDisabi

    This sounds like it would translate pretty well into the red flag law arena.
    To disarm the people...[i]s the most effectual way to enslave them."

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    Default Re: Federal Court Rules 302 Commitment Insufficient to Trigger Federal FirearmsDisabi

    Quote Originally Posted by Handyandy View Post
    This sounds like it would translate pretty well into the red flag law arena.
    But your guns get taken first, so in a few years, you'll win (maybe), which means you then get to sue again for the return of the guns that have now been deemed to have been unlawfully seized in the first place.

    No wonder folks are opting for armed resistance on the front end.

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    Default Re: Federal Court Rules 302 Commitment Insufficient to Trigger Federal FirearmsDisabi

    Quote Originally Posted by gnbrotz View Post
    But your guns get taken first, so in a few years, you'll win (maybe), which means you then get to sue again for the return of the guns that have now been deemed to have been unlawfully seized in the first place.

    No wonder folks are opting for armed resistance on the front end.
    And half of them will be missing/destroyed and the rest will be dammaged

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    Default Re: Federal Court Rules 302 Commitment Insufficient to Trigger Federal FirearmsDisabi

    It'll still get denied by PICs though.

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