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Any Licensing cases post Heller?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by TargetTerror, Jul 15, 2009.

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  1. TargetTerror

    TargetTerror Member

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    Does anyone know of any cases, articles, etc that deal with the issue of firearms licenses post-Heller? I'm curious about states that require a license simply to possess (NOT carry issues).
     
  2. Frank Ettin

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    I'd expect any serious activity of this sort is on hold until incorporation is resolved.
     
  3. Yellowfin

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    Once incorporation is resolved, NYC and NJ need to get hit like a mosquito by an 18 wheeler regarding carry licenses.
     
  4. HardKnox

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    ill second that, nys not just nyc needs to be dealt with, in order to posses a pistol you need to spend $400 and wait 6 months for your "restricted" carry permit. its insane!
     
  5. HardKnox

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    edit to add: btw has anybody noticed how different our outlook is on possible gun control compared to pre heller? i mean when heller was being decided there was a LOT of people here claiming it was too early and this could cripple our 2a for ever, now there has been significant legal changes made already, incorporation is being decided, a few states are challenging the fed, and who knows what will follow.

    is it just me our have we really really made a lot of progress since say 07?
     
  6. Quiet

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    Well the pro-MG people are not happy with Heller, since the Heller decision pretty much said the National Firearms Act was constitutional.
     
  7. HardKnox

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    im pro mg, heck i think we should be able to ccw glock 18c's if we choose.
    I didn't see where Heller hurt us, it stated that they didn't do a full review on the scope of Heller and how it applies to felons, and school's etc. I think that mg's will be allowed soon enough, as long as we keep pushing forward.
     
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