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Gun control is getting more and more strict – and this new DIY gun technology has liberals terrified.

On Friday, U.S. District of Massachusetts Court Judge William Young issued a 47-page ruling saying AR-15s and large capacity magazines are not protected by the 2nd amendment.

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The judge set the ruling in stone when he said, “The AR-15 and its analogs, along with large capacity magazines, are simply not weapons within the original meaning of the individual constitutional rights to ‘bear arms.’”

Young is not the first to deprive Americans of our Second Amendment rights. For instance, back in 2016 a gun-rights group made the decision to sue Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. That’s because she was attempting to broaden the definition of “copies or duplicates” of AR-15 and AK-47 models.

Healey’s end goal was to not only ban standard AR-15s and AK-47s, but also other versions of these guns. Versions that had been redesigned in order to get around the law’s misguided definition of “assault rifle.”

Unfortunately, following the 2016 Pulse Nightclub shooting, Healey was able to unilaterally change the state of Massachusetts’ interpretation of what defines an “assault weapon.”

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So how does this all relate? Well, Young’s ruling on Friday bans certain firearms that weren’t originally covered by the Massachusetts’ assault weapon ban. This court ruling bans guns that many people in the state have already bought. Which means that, with one stroke of the pen, Young’s choice to uphold the state’s assault weapons ban turns these once-innocent firearm purchasers into instant criminals.

Now, you may be wondering what legal grounds Judge Young had in making the decision to uphold Massachusetts’ assault weapons ban. Well, as it turns out, he was using the Antonin Scalia’s Heller ruling.

According to The Truth About Guns:

Young, nominated by former President Ronald Reagan, backed his decision by quoting the late conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who wrote the majority opinion in a landmark 2008 decision that overturned Washington’s ban on hand guns. The ruling expanded individual gun rights but said the right isn’t unlimited.

“Weapons that are most useful in military service — M-16 rifles and the like” aren’t protected by the Second Amendment and “may be banned,” Young quoted Scalia as saying.

Now Scalia obviously had opinions about limiting the rights to keep and bear arms to weapons that were “in common use at the time.” However, gun-rights activists knew this would come back to bite us in the butt.

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But wait – it gets worst. Young also chose to reject any and all attempts made by pro-gunners to challenge this ban. Even though the point of the challenge was solid: AR-15s are still extremely popular in America.

According to Young, “The AR-15’s present day popularity is not constitutionally material,” Young said. “This is because the words of our Constitution are not mutable. They mean the same today as they did 227 years ago when the Second Amendment was adopted.”

What’s worse, the Massachusetts legislature is overrun with Democrats. And most of them are more than happy to pass stricter gun control – no matter what the cost. And so they’re not going to do a thing to challenge this.

Plus, you may be thinking “this is a great case for the Supreme Court to appeal.” Unfortunately, the Supreme Court has been growing more and more tentative of taking any Second Amendment cases in the past few years. And, as more and more pressure comes upon them to enforce stricter and stricter gun control, pro-gunners with common sense are losing hope. Fast.

Young’s ruling is one of more than a dozen similar rulings in the past 6 months. And each of these further erodes our Second Amendment rights more than ever before.

This is bad. Very bad.

Each time rulings like these are passed, our Second Amendment rights are reduced further than our founding fathers could have ever imagined.

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5 Responses
  • Franklin Barker
    April 12, 2018

    I have already bought them.

  • Doctor Dario Perla
    April 12, 2018

    Hey, I own a gun.. if you can’t kill your prey with a single shot go home and practice. Large magazines are ridiculous. If you have no empathy for all these kids and others just go home. Happy to be the first commentator. Waiting for all the replies.

  • Doctor Dario Perla
    April 12, 2018

  • Jerry Birdwell
    April 15, 2018

    If the people running our government want to take our ability to own guns away from us , they (the politicians or judges) shouldn’t be able to have armed security. Further, when they ( the politicians or judges ) ban a particular gun or type of gun, their ( the politicians and/ or judges) shouldn’t be allowed to use those guns to protect them ( the politicians or judges) either. We have got to get control back under control if that makes any sense. These two faced losers/ liers are going to have to start living by the same rules as the rest of us. No more of this having a set of laws for us and just because those making or passing the laws think they are better and/or smarter than the rest of society getting to egnore their own laws when they have security. If I have to go out in public unarmed or limited in how I am armed they should too. We can see how they feel when it puts the heat on their privileged backside.

  • TrueBeliever
    May 4, 2018

    It’s funny, people on the left don’t insist that we only have free speech if our words are written with a feather quill or spoken with old English eloquence. Our lawmakers are always attempting to keep our 1st amendment rights updated to include all the latest forms of communication such as cell phones, internet, etc. But for some reason when it comes to our 2nd amendment it’s a different story. They’d like to either take our firearms outright or reduce our right to bear arms to only cover muskets and black powder rifles. History shows us that when a country’s leaders remove it’s citizens’ ability to defend themselves, they soon decrease other rights and freedoms. As citizens we need to stand together to defend all of our rights and freedoms. Today the freedom in jeopardy might not be one that you care about. But when the government comes after rights that are important to you there may be nobody left to stand with you to defend it. Antonin Scalia was a great justice with firm convictions in conservative principals, but firearms and our right to bear them obviously wasn’t a priority for him. Republicans need to understand the serious threat to all of our rights once our right to bear arms is gone. We need to vote in every election to ensure our voices are heard in Washington. We need to educate our younger generations about the importance of each and every right our forefathers fought to provide for us. We need to honor their memory and allow future generations to experience the same rights that we enjoyed.