BREAKING: Supreme Court Rules Hollow Point Ammunition Ban To Stand #2A #NRA

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This is a troublesome decision for gun owners and freedom lovers…

Dean James AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

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The Supreme Court of the United States of America has just announced that they would not hear the NRA’s appeal against two San Francisco gun laws.

One law requires handgun owners to secure weapons in their homes by storing them in a locker, keeping them on their bodies or applying trigger locks. A second ordinance bans the sale of ammunition that expands on impact, has “no sporting purpose” and is commonly referred to as hollow-point bullets.

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The 9th Circuit Appeals court ruled both laws were constitutional and were not an infringement on San Francisco residents’ Second Amendment rights.

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Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas said they would have heard the appeal from the NRA and San Francisco gun owners.

But of course you have the anti-gun liberal a holes involved.

By declining to hear an appeal filed by gun owners and the National Rifle Association, the court left intact a March 2014 ruling by the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that upheld the measure.

Reagan Wilson at Controversial Times reports:

Lower courts ruled that due to modern quick access safes, the storage law was not an infringement on the right to keep and bear arms. The court said that with the proper safe, guns could still be made quickly available for emergencies.

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This move only directly affects the city of San Francisco, however, this move could embolden other municipalities to pass stronger gun control laws without the fear of lengthy and costly Supreme Court cases.

This is the latest gun rights case that the court has refused to hear in recent years. The court has also turned down several cases that deal with “shall issue” vs “may issue” carry permits.

This comes after the court handed down two landmark Second Amendment decisions in Heller v DC (2008) and McDonald v Chicago (2010). Both of those cases affirmed and strengthened Second Amendment rights.

Source: ABC News/Associated Press

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