The Pennsylvania Court Decision That Could Gut the 2A

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Bearing Arms' Cam & Co
September 29, 2020

A Pennsylvania Superior Court declared on Monday that the federal Protection of Lawful Commerce In Arms Act is unconstitutional, clearing the way for a lawsuit against Springfield Armory and a Pennsylvania department store that sold a handgun a 14-year old used to accidentally shoot and kill his friend. Larry Keane of the National Shooting Sports Foundation joins Cam to discuss the flaws in the court's decision and what it could mean for gun owners and the firearms industry.