We’re attending the Firearms Law Seminar today. This is an annual event that is organized by NRA’s Office of General Counsel, and counts for CLE credits for all the lawyers in the room. Sarah, who is one of the organizes and presenters today, said about 200 or so people were expected. The topics covered today:
- The Justification of Self-Defense
- Protection of Sport Shooting Ranges
- Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Convictions
- Advising and Representing FFLs
- New State and Federal Legislation
- The NFA and Gun Trusts
- Federal Firearms Disqualifications and the Restoration of Rights
- International Treaties and Agreements
Dave Hardy won’t be presenting this year, so we won’t have any Carthaginian war elephants in the presentations, as an example of what might be a “dangerous and unusual” weapon. At least I don’t think.
4 thoughts on “The 16th Annual National Firearms Law Seminar”
The war elephants were nothing compared to the (supposed) counter-measure: flaming pigs.
It’s all a matter of perspective. You call a Carthaginian war elephant a “dangerous & unusual weapon”, I call it a service animal. :D
I’ve always wanted to see an Oliphaunt.
Do they have the materials and/or presentations available on line anywhere? In particular, if its not too late, I’d love to see what they had for these
Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Convictions
Advising and Representing FFLs
The NFA and Gun Trusts
Federal Firearms Disqualifications and the Restoration of Rights
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