In a stunning decision and a defeat for gun-grabbing socialist Democrats, the US Supreme court issued an unanimous ruling that warrantless seizures of firearms, as in private property, violates the 4th Amendment to the US Constitution.
The AFT is at it again. This the unelected bureaucracy is seeking to put more restrictions on citizens liberty by redefining terms. Are you tired of arbitrary and unconstitutional behavior from a group of elitists in DC?
For our Duracoat Finished Firearm of the Week, Professor Paul will consider the NAK9, a 9mm pistol based upon the Kalashnikov design from Century Arms. What modification and additions were made to improve this gun?
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• [0:01:30] Definition of “Frame or Receiver” and Identification of Firearms www.federalregister.gov
• [0:07:20] DuraCoat Finished Firearms – DuraCoat University
• TOPIC: NAK9 Tricked Out – WWII OD Green
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• [0:24:55] Supreme Court rules warrantless home gun confiscation is unconstitutional in 9-0 vote americanmilitarynews.com
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The Supreme Court ruled Monday that warrantless gun confiscation from Americans’ homes is unconstitutional, voting unanimously on the side of a Rhode Island man whose firearms were taken by law enforcement without a warrant after his wife expressed concerns that he might hurt himself.
According to Caniglia v Strom, a lower court had previously determined that police confiscating the guns without a warrant fell under the Fourth Amendment’s “community caretaking” exception, but a 9-0 vote from the nation’s top court struck down that ruling.
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