New Mexico Sheriff Blasts "Universal Background Check Laws"

On today’s episode of Bearing Arms’ Cam & Co. Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace joins me to talk about the first month of New Mexico’s “universal background check” law and the problems inherent in the new mandate. As it turns out, despite the howls from anti-gun lawmakers about the need for such a law, it will be almost impossible to enforce the law, even if police wanted to (and most of them don’t).

We also cover Remington asking SCOTUS to hear their request to dismiss a lawsuit brought by some of the families who lost loved ones in the Sandy Hook Elementary shootings, trouble with New Zealand’s “compensated confiscation” program, and an armed citizen story out of Nashville, Tennessee involving a suspect who should’ve been behind bars instead of out on the streets.