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Thanks! Downloaded to ‘puter and dozens of portable jump ‘n flash drives for ease of distribution, education, and edification.
No IBA? No IOTV? No ACH? No standard issue “eye pro” or standard issue “ear pro”? No reflective PT safety belt? What version of the US Army is this guy in? Let me know and I’ll sign right back up!
This probably deserves its own post:
“Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California Morrison C. England, Chief District Judge, Presiding
Argued and Submitted En Banc June 16, 2015 San Francisco, California
Filed June 9, 2016
The en banc court affirmed the district courts’ judgments and held that there is no Second Amendment right for members of the general public to carry concealed firearms in public.
The en banc court held that the history relevant to both the Second Amendment and its incorporation by the Fourteenth Amendment lead to the same conclusion: The right of a member of the general public to carry a concealed firearm in public is not, and never has been, protected by the Second Amendment. Therefore, because the Second Amendment does not protect in any degree the right to carry concealed firearms in public, any prohibition or restriction a state may choose to impose on concealed carry — including a requirement of “good cause,” however defined — is necessarily allowed by the Amendment. The en banc court stated that there may or may not be a Second Amendment right for a member of the general public to carry a firearm openly in public, but the Supreme Court has not answered that question.”
Now you people do realize this opens up things for a FEDERAL law or a POTUS EO to ban concealed carry nationwide? Think it can’t happen? Look at how the 1968 GCA changed things. All they have to do is claim jurisdiction via interstate commerce and you can’t even drive down a highway with any kind of firearm.
Assuming that the light in the loafers current Army has good insight, I’ve spread this manual around.
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