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CASE AT SUPREME COURT CHALLENGES LEGITIMACY OF THE NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT

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Kettler was found guilty on one count of purchasing the unregistered suppressor and faced a as much as 10 years in prison over his resulting failure to pay a $200 tax to federal regulators. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

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19 hours ago, J. Mark Flint #31954 LIFE said:

I read the underlying case.  Don't count on this one to change anything.

Agreed, I have serious doubts that there would be a favorable decission here if it does not get tossed as it would cause a reversal of to many previous decisions made in the courts over the years.

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