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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by dev View Post
    The Supreme Court does not take every case presented to it. Not taking a case like this is normal. They decided not to take the case...... they did not rule on the case in anyway. There are dozens to hundreds of cases every year that the Supreme Court chooses not to hear. All their decision means is the case can proceed at the state level.

    I think that the law will help keep the parents from winning anything in regards to Remington.
    Ok I came back to say something similar after doing some digging. This isn't the big deal the headlines are making it out to be.


    "There is an exception in the law if the manufacturer violates it through marketing practices. They can make and sell guns, but if their marketing convinces people to use them illegally they can still be liable."

    If Remington wins this is very good, but it has to go to court first.

    This is SCOTUS staying in its lane.
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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    So Remington will be sued for a rifle I am pretty sure they did not even market or manufacture since it was made pre purchase of Bush Master if I am remembering correctly.

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    So Remington will be sued for a rifle I am pretty sure they did not even market or manufacture since it was made pre purchase of Bush Master if I am remembering correctly.
    Outside of liberal judicial activism and feels, there's no way Remington loses this.

    The plaintiffs are testing the exception to the protection law, and they should lose.
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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/br...ll-go-forward/

    Some good discussions after the article. Sheds some more light on refusing to hear the appeal. Of course, none of the major news outlets get into the substance. Those are just masturbatory fantasies written for the gun haters.
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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    My memory is really bad but...wasn't a case just like this tossed by SCOTUS a couple of months ago?
    I know where Hunter's been.

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by unclejumbo View Post
    https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/br...ll-go-forward/

    Some good discussions after the article. Sheds some more light on refusing to hear the appeal. Of course, none of the major news outlets get into the substance. Those are just masturbatory fantasies written for the gun haters.
    Good find. That's why I believed the media was mistaken, or at least twisting this to be in the best light possible.
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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Arms Unlimited ad looks risky to me. Seems it could bite 'em in the ass if that model is used similar to the Remington suit:

    FN SCAR 17-S
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    SALE: $2,995
    List Price: $3,349
    Legislating to prevent people's acts is fantasy

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    I'm confused as to how the case relates at all to marketing and advertising since the shooter never purchased the firearm.

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Quote Originally Posted by eyecanshoot View Post
    I'm confused as to how the case relates at all to marketing and advertising since the shooter never purchased the firearm.
    Ditto. Scratching my head. Apparently logic is not required in this bizarro world I live in

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    Default Re: Supreme Court to allow suit against Remington

    Which is why the should be an easy win for Remington.
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