By Tom Knighton
Gun control advocates thought they were reasonable when they started pushing to ban the sale of long guns to anyone under the age of 21. After all, didn’t the killer in Parkland buy an AR-15 when he was just 19? Surely, they argued, this is proof that maybe young adults shouldn’t be able to buy “weapons of war.”
However, there was a problem in their logic. You see, the issue is that the Second Amendment is a constitutional right, yet now in some states, legal adults are barred from exercising that right despite having done nothing wrong their entire lives. After all, federal law already bans them from owning handguns.
Now, a crowdfunding effort to combat this ban on handgun purchases is seeking to raise money to fight against this travesty.
We are young adults in Virginia seeking to challenge the United States federal ban which infringes on our right to purchase common handguns and ammunition from federally licensed firearm dealers (FFLs). We are college students and recent high school graduates between the ages of 18-20 residing in Central Virginia. The federal laws currently allow us to purchase rifles and shotguns from FFLs, but not pistols. Several states are now …Read the Rest
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