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Monday, March 9, 2015
Post 1986 machinegun ban illegal?
Long story short. In 1934, a $200 transfer tax was imposed on purchases of machineguns. Sales of newly manufactured machineguns were banned in 1986.
Can the government show that one can be denied the unalienable right to such a militia firearm?
Can the law pass the strict scrutiny test? I think not.
Gun Rights Examiner David Codrea reports
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