Arma Borealis updates on a case under the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act. It’s a really interesting case if you read through all the facts. Essentially the dealer showed what he thought was a potential customer a gun, the customer wavered, and he left the room. The customer then “stole” the gun, by taking it and leaving 200 dollars on the table. The Brady Center alleges this was a setup for an unlawful transaction that the dealer was a part of, which would waive any immunity under the PLCAA. Of course, a legitimate theft would still leave a dealer immune. The media is spinning this as the death of the PLCAA, which it is most decidedly not. See Chris’s post for the details.