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From today.

Key questions (paraphrased):

What if there were no FFLs in a State, and a Citizen wanted to buy a firearm? Would this law (GCA 1968) not infringe upon the Second Amendment rights of all Citizens in that State?

What if the (only) DC Firearms dealer decided to charge $500, instead of $125 to transfer a firearm? At what point would that become an infringement upon the Citizens’ rights under the Second Amendment?

Problematic Question:

How would (out of State Dealer) possibly know all other State, County, Local regulations to be in compliance?

Uncomfortable truth, how could any dealer (even local FFLs) know this from one day to the next?

Simple answer to uncomfortable truth: This is not an issue that Federal Law should address.

I think Alan Gura did a great job today.

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