Firearms Freedom Acts

Evan Nappen takes a look at the problems with the various Firearms Freedom Acts from a legal point of view. I can understand why the FFA’s are a useful tool for politicians to please an important constituency, and are useful symbolism, but I think time and energy is best spent actually expanding gun rights.

4 Responses to “Firearms Freedom Acts”

  1. I’m not sure I disagree on them being ineffective, but they would be an expansion of gun rights if they stuck.

  2. MicroBalrog says:

    There’s been at least 4 legal decisions that overturned laws based on the 10th Amendment, not 2.

  3. Sebastian says:

    What were the other times?

  4. Matthew says:

    I am still waiting for one of these FFA’s to state that if the Federal government brings charges against a citizen for doing something that the FFA says is okay to do that they will back the citizen which the full power and force of the State.