Supreme Court declines to hear Peruta case

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Supreme Court declines to hear Peruta case

Post by g-man » Tue Jun 27, 2017 9:37 pm

Linky

Thomas and Gorsuch dissented the decision to not grant cert. What's the next case percolating up to get the rogue 9th circuit back under control on this topic? With the Peruta case dead, my chances of getting a CCW while stationed in CA just went to zero. Yay.
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Re: Supreme Court declines to hear Peruta case

Post by Vonz90 » Tue Jun 27, 2017 10:01 pm

g-man wrote:Linky

Thomas and Gorsuch dissented the decision to not grant cert. What's the next case percolating up to get the rogue 9th circuit back under control on this topic? With the Peruta case dead, my chances of getting a CCW while stationed in CA just went to zero. Yay.
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Re: Supreme Court declines to hear Peruta case

Post by g-man » Tue Jun 27, 2017 10:05 pm

Yeah... I'm just happy that being active duty means I don't meet the criteria for being a 'firearm importer' under CA law, so I don't have to tell the CA DOJ jack or sh*t about what I'm bringing into the state, and my 'off list' handguns are okay, as long as I only have 10-round magazines for them. Which does mean I need to pick up some ten-rounders for the XDm, but that's doable.
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Re: Supreme Court declines to hear Peruta case

Post by Netpackrat » Wed Jun 28, 2017 5:25 am

Justice Kennedy can never be sufficiently damned for these kind of chicken shit games played with our rights...
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Re: Supreme Court declines to hear Peruta case

Post by Jered » Thu Jun 29, 2017 12:05 am

Congress needs to split the 9th Circus so that it can only fuck up Commiefornication.
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