Tennessee Firearms Association Supports Litigation To Challenge California’s Large Capacity Ban

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Published May 25, 2021

By John Harris, Executive Director of Tennessee Firearms Association – 

Tennessee Firearms Association supports an amicus brief filed with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Duncan v. Bonta, No: 19-55376, a matter involving California’s magazine capacity law.  

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In this appellate mater, one of the real issues underlying the case is whether a court-made “two step analysis” that has been used by lower courts since shortly after the United States Supreme Court released its 2008 opinion in District of Columbia v. Heller to narrow and some instances blatantly circumvent the holding in Heller as a valid means of analysis when statutes or state action are subject to a 2nd Amendment challenge.

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It is important for TFA and Tennesseans to be involved in cases across the nation, particularly in the federal appeals courts and the United States Supreme Court, if those cases are likely to have defining impact on the scope and application of the 2nd Amendment.  

Tennessee Firearms Association depends on your support to be able to engage and support significant state and federal litigation that is sadly necessary to restore and defend the rights protected by the Second Amendment. 

You can support this and similar efforts by joining TFA and, if you are already a member, making additional member donations to the ongoing efforts such as this. 

Joining and supporting TFA is an investment in the fight to restore our constitutional rights and to fight against politicians who are willing to sell their votes and your rights to whichever business interest gives them the most money! 

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