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Friday, February 24, 2012

Gun Ownership 'Very Difficult' Despite Supreme Court Rulings

In 2008, after hearing a case challenging the restrictive gun laws in Washington, D.C., the Supreme Court ordered local officials to make it possible for law-abiding citizens to own a gun.

It was a landmark Second Amendment win for gun rights advocates, but there is growing disagreement about what's happened in the wake of that ruling from the nation's highest court.

Emily Miller, a senior opinion editor at The Washington Times and also a crime victim, decided to get a gun following the Supreme Court's decision, but says she had no idea how "frustrating" it would be.

She began the process in October 2011, and soon found there were plenty of unexpected expenses and delays



Anonymous said...

Just buy one off the street.

Anonymous said...

try buying one in Maryland... If Obmam gets re-elected forget it..