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The Resistance Library Podcast: Gun Background Checks

Started by ammodotcom, June 30, 2021, 09:24:18 AM

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On this episode of the Resistance Library Podcast, Sam and David discuss gun background checks. Prior to 1968, most adults in the United States could purchase a firearm without state interference. Guns were available in local retail stores, as well as mail-order catalogs, and as long as you hadn't been convicted of a felony and you had the funds, there weren't any questions asked.
Things are different now. Depending on where in America you are and what type of gun you want to buy, there's a good chance you'll need to pass a NICS-mandated background check to complete your purchase.
Although many people hold a strong opinion for and against gun background checks, they've proven to be an integral part of the state's gun control apparatus – and they don't appear to be leaving anytime soon.
Since background checks are such a requirement for today's gun enthusiasts, it's important for gun owners (and those who may someday be gun owners) to understand everything they can, including how the current system works and how it came to be.
You can read the full article "Gun Background Checks: How the State Came To Decide Who Can and Cannot Buy a Firearm" at Ammo.com.
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Here chew on this ammodot.com

The judge actually put 40% of the blame on the killer and 60% of the blame on the Air Force............. :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

Now there is a story for your website........ :thumbsup:

Court Rules Air Force Is More At Fault For Mass Shooting Than The Shooter

There was a remarkable decision by a Texas federal judge this week when U.S. District Judge Xavier Rodriguez for the Western District of Texas ruled that the Air Force was legally at fault for the 2017 mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas by Devin Patrick Kelley.  The Air Force failed to enter a prior offense into the federal background check database to bar him from purchasing a firearm. The liability alone is notable but Rodriguez found the Air Force more at fault that Kelley for the killing of 26 people and wounding of 22 others in the massacre at the First Baptist Church.

Judge Rodriguez found that Kelley was 40 percent responsible for the shooting while the U.S. government was 60 percent responsible.

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