Superior Court of Pennsylvania Rules PLCAA Unconstitutional

In a shocking ruling issued Monday, September 28th, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania issued an opinion holding that the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) of 2005 is unconstitutional under the 10th Amendment. This ruling comes from a lawsuit that emerged after the tragic death of 13-year-old J.R. Gustafson. It may have wide-reaching consequences, but it is not over yet.

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The Legality of Selling Your SlideFire/BumpFire Stock According to Gunbroker & the PLCAA

When Gunbroker changed their stance on whether or not to allow the sale of SlideFire, BumpFire and similarly related stocks this weekend, it caught many people by surprise. They sent out an e-mail detailing this new position. If you have not read our previous article covering this surprising move, here is the exact message Gunbroker sent out:

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Missouri Gun Shop Settles Lawsuit for $2.2 Million

Much ado is made about the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, or the PLCAA as commonly known. The legislation provides broad protections of arms manufacturers and sellers similar to those in other industries like aerospace and automotive. Basically, so long as a manufacturer sells their wares in compliance with Federal Law, they are immune from frivolous lawsuits.

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BREAKING: Sandy Hook Lawsuit Against Remington, Camfour Inc., and the East Windsor Gun Shop Allowed To Move Forward

Judge Barbara Bellis of the Superior Court in Bridgeport, Connecticut rejected a bid by Remington, Camfour Inc., and the East Windsor Gun Shop to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the families of the victims killed in the Sandy Hook massacre.  The original argument from Remington, Camfour Inc., and the East Windsor Gun Shop was that both the  Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA) and the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act denied the Connecticut jurisdiction the ability to hear and decide the case.  Specifically that is one point in the language that the judge rejected–that the state court could not handle the case.

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