Texas Gun Dealer Sues Feds Over New Gun Law
Article from The Daily Wire by Josh Hammer.
As The Daily Wire has reported, the Trump Administration recently enacted — unilaterally, via executive fiat, and without congressional legislation — a full-out ban on so-called “bump stock” devices that can be affixed to modern sporting rifles. The Daily Wire’s Kassy Dillon reported on March 26:
Last Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied a last-minute request from gun rights groups to halt the “bump stock” ban from going into effect. The groups had argued that when the Justice Department unilaterally reinterpreted existing statutory law to categorize “bump stock” devices as machine guns, it violated the Administrative Procedure Act. CNN reported:
Now, one leading retailer of “bump stocks” is initiating fresh legal action against the Trump administration.
As Dillon reported for The Daily Wire, “RW Arms, a leading retailer of bump stocks in Fort Worth, Texas, turned over its inventory of 60,000 bump stocks to ATF to be ‘shredded and recycled under the supervision of ATF agents.'”
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