By Greg Camp
Fayetteville, AR – -(AmmoLand.com)- For the first time since 2010, the United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case about the constitutionality of a gun law, specifically New York City’s restrictions on where a person with a license for a firearm in one’s residence can take that gun outside. Under current rules, such owners may only go to shooting ranges within the city limits. Transportation to a range elsewhere or even to property in other parts of the state is illegal. According to a three-judge panel of the Second Circuit, this law complies with the Second Amendment as interpreted by the Heller decision.
The city argues that it’s too hard to determine whether someone with an unloaded firearm locked in one case and ammunition in a separate container is going to a local range or somewhere else. In my state of residence, this would never be a question, since we understand that transporting one’s personal property in a manner that is not overtly a threat to others is no one else’s business.
The idea of letting go is a horror to those who yearn for control.
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