By Dean Weingarten
Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- In the spring of 2017, a five year long lawsuit against a Florida gun shop owner was finally settled. It appears the shop owner was able to sell the shop and retire, while the anti-Second Amendment group ended up with a face saving statement.
The Brady lawsuit alleged that Bishop attempted to buy a gun at the shop before his friend purchased the shotgun for him.
There does not appear to be any evidence that Bishop had been turned down for a background check at the store.
Tanso vehemently denied Bishop ever tried to buy a gun in his store. He said there is no record his name was ever submitted for a background check from the store, and added that Bishop was 17 at the time and could not have been sold a firearm.
Bishop asked an 18-year-old neighbor to buy a gun and went …Read the Rest