MT gunmaker aims to use 10A to kill interstate commerce laws and free the 2A

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    MT gunmaker aims to use 10A to kill interstate commerce laws and free the 2A

    A Gun Activist Takes Aim at U.S. Regulatory Power - WSJ.com

    MISSOULA, Mont.óWith a homemade .22-caliber rifle he calls the Montana Buckaroo, Gary Marbut dreams of taking down the federal regulatory state.

    He's not planning to fire his gun. Instead, he wants to sell it, free from federal laws requiring him to record transactions, pay license fees and open his business to government inspectors.
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    He will be fighting the ATF IRS and current DOJ. Best of luck to him.

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    That's an uphill battle, for sure.

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    Very interesting. The Wikard case brings up some important questions.
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    Interesting. It will be very, very difficult. but I wish him the best. I'd like to see him prevail.
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    This administration and its appointed civil servants will not let this pass

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    Montana has a lot going for it. Vast pristinee wilderness great political climate to bad it is so freaking cold. I really like that Montana passed that resolution to cede from the United States if the feds try to impose another assault weapon ban. If they do cede I am open to becoming a Montana citizen cold or not
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    I believe the premise is that the Feds have no right interfering with intrastate commerse. The firearms will be made in and only sold in MT.

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    Montana - Gotta Love it!! Best of luck to you!
    I may become a Montana citizen to get a Little Buckaroo.
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    The Feds have (over)used the ICC forever. I assume that they will claim that certain parts, even certain raw materials that were used to MAKE the parts, came from states outside of Montana. In other words, at some point going from being ore in the ground into being a completed firearm, something came from outside of Montana and is thus subject to the ICC. Seriously, more malicious legislation has been passed based on that seemingly innocuous clause than any other part of the Constitution that I can think of...
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