During our Brownells Bullet Points segment, we will consider Eastern rifles versus Western rifles? When it comes to the new .350 Legend cartridge where does it fit? What is the difference between east and west when it comes to rifles?
Also, we have an SOTG Homeroom from CrossBreed Holsters. We continue with our topic of being dangerous on demand and self-defense. The Second Amendment Foundation through the Firearms Policy Coalition has filed suit against New York City for their electronic subject control or “Taser” ban. Is a handheld electronic self-defense tool protected under the 2nd Amendment as “arms”?
Where does the name “TASER” originate? Also, what did our friend Nicholas Orr have to say about the TASER and how they are portrayed by Hollywood?
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TOPICS COVERED THIS EPISODE
• [0:06:50] Brownells Bullet Points – Brownells.com
– TOPIC: .350 Legend Eastern rifles vs Western rifles – https://bit.ly/3ahnXgW
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• [0:24:52] SOTG Homeroom – CrossBreedHolsters.com
– TOPIC: Are Tasers “Arms”? www.ammoland.com
– Court Overturns Nunchuck Ban (2018) apnews.com/article
Questions & Answers
Q: What is the difference between a stun gun and a taser?
A: Stun gun is a square looking hand-held item. Called electronic subject control items when Professor Paul was a cop. Generic name for the item with the blue sparks. It is a pain-compliance tool.
– TASER stands for Thomas A Swift Electric Rifle, it’s a company. It uses a propellant powder to shoot the probes out. Original TASERs were classified as “firearms’ ‘. The old TASER had to be charged. Rodney King was tased and he ripped the wires out, the reason the new x26 taser came about. The TASER is not a pain-compliance tool.
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With the financial backing of the Second Amendment Foundation the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced its part in a new federal Second Amendment lawsuit challenging New York City’s ban on electronic arms, such as stun guns and tasers.
The lawsuit seeks a judgment declaring the City’s ban unconstitutional, a preliminary or permanent injunction against enforcement of the law, and attorney’s fees and costs. Case documents in Calce v. New York City can be found at FPCLegal.org.
“Stun guns and tasers are bearable arms, and further, they are in common use for the purpose of self-defense,” the complaint states. “Indeed, the Superintendent of the New York State Police stipulated in litigation that hundreds of thousands of tasers and millions of stun guns are owned by private citizens in the United States.”
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