A few weeks ago I made the article titled “Is It Reasonable? The National Firearms Act”. At the end of that article I made the comment that I might make a follow-up article going over some changes that I’d make to the NFA if we couldn’t get it abolished.
Firearm regulations haven’t worked in the past and they haven’t worked today. The National Firearms Act of 1934 was designed to be the “end all, be all” to “gun violence”. It heavily restricted several kinds of firearms under the illusion that criminals would follow further laws; surprise! They didn’t.
Have we already lost the fight for the Second Amendment, or do we still have a chance to win?
NRA board director and FFL dealer imparts a unique perspective concerning the motives behind gun control laws that seek to control, rather than protect good citizens from dangerous criminals and corrupt government.
In light of recent events, I felt it was time to bring out an article that I wrote back in May about bumpstocks. Oh bump stocks… Bump stocks are stupid …