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  1. I was in one of my LGS's this past Saturday, and a customer was inquiring about purchasing hi-cap mags.  Both the customer and the LGS were plaintiffs in one of DeVores cases.  The LGS declined to sell, and explained that upon advice of their attorney, they should just wait awhile and see how this works out.  I'm not going to second guess them, but wonder why they spent the money to get a tro if they weren't going to use it.  

  2. Some interesting reading in this article.  I hope it hasn't been previously posted.





    “Because the ban is so all encompassing and uses a great many vague terms that I’m not even sure that exactly what is banned and that’s probably why judge McGlynn ordered the state to do that so that we could find out what exactly we are arguing about,”      







  3. DeVore case three registration is closed.  I suppose some one here will keep us informed when case four registration opens up.  I'll probably get on board that one.


    But still, I can't help but be curious how long this is going to take for the rest of the citizens of this state to get relief from this nonsense.

  4. If we don't get a full injunction, how will this take to work its way through the courts?  My guess is 3 to 5 years, and I am basing that guess on the law suit over the FOID law.  I am interested in the opinions of you who follow this sort of issue in other states as well.

  5. On 2/2/2023 at 12:21 PM, Dumak_from_arfcom said:


    This is true.  I have a friend who owns guns but works for a crazy liberal establishment.  

    He is scared to death that someone will see him at the range or at a gun store or he'll get on a list, the list will get shared to people who know him, and then they'll try to get him fired.  Which he is correct, they would attempt to fire him.  

    He won't fill out any witness slips or make any calls or join any organizations.  


    I used to call him paranoid, but it was confirmed that the parents that went to school board meetings to protest CRT ended up on an FBI list as terrorists.   


    Yes, but some would say he lacks courage.  I think I recall something about some old long haired white dudes who pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor, and most of them lost it all but their honor.   



  6. I'm gonna bet that if we don't get an injunction this is going to be in the courts for at least three years before we see the end of it.  And I'm not confidant the the final outcome is going to be in our favor.  A lot of good people can be harmed it that amount of time.  Who wants to take my bet?

  7. On 1/15/2023 at 6:26 AM, Ranger said:

    Good job on not having location data on your picture. Lot of people use their phones for cameras and don't know to disable location data before taking pictures (allowing bad guys to know where to find whatever they posted).


    Hmmmm... I never considered that.  Who'd a thunk?

  8. On 1/12/2023 at 10:09 PM, nulloverride said:

    Unless I misunderstood your post, that's just another sheriff who is trying to walk the fence just like Tazwell Co. Sheriff.  No where did he say he would not enforce an unconstitutional law.

  9. On 1/10/2023 at 8:55 AM, BeardswithoutOperators said:

    I’m trying to not be blackpilled on this because we’ve seen some extremely favorable outcomes for 2a in the past 12 months. My money is on a lower circuit smacking this down, I doubt it will have to reach SCOTUS.

    I agree, but they will be back just like New York state has come back with even worse legislation.

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