Ammunition

  • District Attorney Stedman Issues Firearm Preemption Letter

    … Today, I obtained a copy of a letter that Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman issued regarding unlawful ordinances in violation of Pennsylvania’s preemption statute, which was sent to all the police departments in Lancaster County, as a result of my recent success in Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC) v. Lower Merion Township…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 17 readers -
  • Firearm Preemption Passes Senate With Veto-Proof Vote

    … Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Senate passed Senate Bill 5 with a vote of 34 to 16, which is a 2/3rds majority veto-proof vote; however, the vote could have been even stronger if three republicans – Senators Greenleaf, Killion and McGarrigle – had not voted against it. At the last minute, there were five amendments proposed to Senate Bill 5 of which…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 10 readers -
  • Firearm and Ammunition Preemption Needs YOUR Immediate Support!

    … to the Senate floor for consideration. We can pass preemption with a veto proof majority, but we need YOUR help! Please contact your state Senator and urge them to support Senate Bill 5! Please take the time to email, fax or call your Senator and do not use form letters/requests, as they are generally ignored. Our Representatives know when an issue is so important to you that you take the time to personally and respectfully contact them. Together, we can ensure that our rights under Article 1, Section 21 are not questioned! …

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 16 readers -
  • ATF Just Banned Ammunition – Well Not Really…

    … The internet is a blaze with articles declaring that ATF just banned ammunition sales as a result of a June 2016 Explosives Newsletter; however, it isn’t exactly true (at least, not anymore). The ATF publishes newsletters which provide insight into complex subjects, shifting policies, and guidance on ATF’s plans to enforce regulations…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 8 readers -
  • Justice Thomas’ Overlooked Second Amendment Statement

    …) (discussing the implicit right to possess ammunition)); Andrews v. State, 50 Tenn. 165, 178 (1871) (discussing both rights). Without protection for these closely related rights, the Second Amendment would be toothless. (Emphasis added). This statement is so profound and logical; yet, many judges overlook it…or, possibly, their political views…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 16 readers -
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