Posted November 15, 2022 10:00 am by Comments

By Dan Zimmerman

To be sure, Massachusetts’s prohibition on the commercial sale of common handguns qualifies as a ban. Massachusettsans—including Plaintiffs—are left only with the hopes of finding such arms through a secondhand market, where they lack knowledge of the seller or control over the price or condition of the firearm, if the firearm is available at all.
Because the Handgun Ban affects conduct covered by the Second Amendment’s plain text, it is presumptively unconstitutional.
Continue reading FPC States Its Case in Challenge to Massachusetts’ Approved Handgun Roster at The Truth About Guns.

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