Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Monday, June 3, 2019
This is one to watch. The Supreme Court is set to rule on U.S. Army Veteran's "unconstitutional gun/suppressor" case early this month. Jeremy Kettler was convicted in 2016 for failing to register and pay the $200 tax stamp on a "suppressor" he purchased from an army surplus store to the BATFE. The owner of the store, Shane Cox , was also convicted for selling the suppressor. Both are contending that the federal government has no jurisdiction on a NFA items made in Kansas and possessed by a Kansas resident.
This only a stock photo. I'm not sure what kind of pistol or suppressor Mr. Kettler bought. To read more about the story, click HERE.
H/T to reader Bob in Kentucky