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  • Seminar: What Happens After You Use Your Firearm In PA

    On January 7, 2017, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince and Attorney Adam Kraut of Firearms Industry Consulting Group (FICG), a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., in conjunction with former JAG E. Allen Chandler of Firearms Legal Protection and King Shooters Supply, will provide an hour and a half seminar on what happens after you use your firearm in Pennsylvania.

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  • Major Pennsylvania Firearm Cases of 2016

    As the year is coming to a close, I thought it important to document some of the monumental court decisions that Firearms Industry Consulting Group® (FICG®), a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., obtained in 2016, as well as, some other cases of importance. We were successful in a monumental case of first impression in obtaining a decision from the Commonwealth Court holding ...

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  • 9th Annual Prince Law Offices, P.C. Community Meal!

    Tomorrow, December 10, 2016, Prince Law Offices, P.C., will host its 9th annual Community Meal at its Reading office, located at 42 S. 5th St., Reading Pa. (the Community Meal will actually be held behind the office, off of Wood St.). Every year, between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Prince Law Offices hosts this community meal for anyone who wants a hot, home-cooked, meal with all the fixings.

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  • Can You Lend a Firearm to Another Person under Federal Law?

    From time to time, individuals inquire as to whether they can lend a firearm to a friend. While state firearms laws vary on this subject (for instance, in Pennsylvania an individual can lend shotguns and rifles but not handguns, unless the person receiving the handgun has a license to carry firearm), Federal law specifically allows one to lend a firearm to another individual, p ...

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  • As an FFL, Can You Sell an NFA Firearm Through the Mail?

    Often times, Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) inquire as to whether they can sell a National Firearms Act (NFA) firearm through the mail, without the buyer needing to be present. To the surprise of most FFLs, you actually can sell NFA firearms through the mail, provided the purchaser is not otherwise prohibited and is a resident in the same state as the FFL. 27 C.F.R. § 478.

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  • Numerous Verified Reports of Voting Machine Issues in Pennsylvania

    As some of you are aware, I am serving in Berks County as a Poll Watcher. Prior to today, I had little concern over the voting machines used by Pennsylvania, as they are 30+ years old and not connected to the internet. However, today my concern has changed. I have seen numerous verified reports from across the Commonwealth of voting machine specifying the Democratic candidates ...

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  • VA Actively Depriving Veterans of Second Amendment Rights

    Today, I met with a client who was denied by FBI / PSP because of, as stated on the denial, “Veterans Affairs Administration.” Although I’ve vociferously spoken out against the VA being able to strip individuals’ Second Amendment rights, in all honesty, until today, I had not seen a case where a veteran had actually been denied in the absence of an actual involuntary mental he ...

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  • PSP Illegally Disclosing LTCF Information Through NCIC

    Over the past couple days, I have received several reports, one from a 911 dispatcher, that approximately 3 days ago, an update was completed to the NCIC system, whereby when an officer in Pennsylvania runs an individual’s driver’s license, if the individual has a license to carry firearms (LTCF), the information relating to the individual’s LTCF is disclosed to the officer and everyone in the c.

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  • Allentown RTKL Response to Illegal Firearm Regulation Proposals

    As many of our viewers are aware, I frequently submit Right to Know Law (RTKL) requests to municipalities in relation to firearms law matters. After the City of Allentown noticed its intent to propose and adopt new firearm ordinances, in violation of 18 Pa.C.S. § 6120, I filed a RTKL Request seeking information relative to the proposals, including communications related thereto.

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