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  1. Iím not, but I havenít done enough comparison...

    Iím not, but I havenít done enough comparison with light on/off shooting to be sure if I prefer the light or not.
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    I don't think it would have to wait under Clinton...

    I don't think it would have to wait under Clinton v. Jones.

    The Court held that unofficial acts prior to taking office are not subject to temporary immunity, and that absent a federal statute...
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    There's no federal prohibition on nonlicensees...

    There's no federal prohibition on nonlicensees transferring firearms other than handguns (and ammo other than "ammunition that is suitable for use only in a handgun") to persons under 18. I've...
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    No, but I'm not aware of an attempt to apply...

    No, but I'm not aware of an attempt to apply 922(a)(5) to an intrastate transfer to a nonprohibited person. I'll have to see if there are any reported cases.
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    If you don't get a CNS hit or a psychological...

    If you don't get a CNS hit or a psychological stop, how many rounds can you fire at inside a home distance with an AR before you're likely to get enough visual feedback to realize you can stop...
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    What does being in a house have to do with...

    What does being in a house have to do with 922(a)(5)? The hypothetical was just designed to show the absurdity of construing (a)(5) strictly. If you admit that there are some situations where a...
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    Both situations A and B have been sustained under...

    Both situations A and B have been sustained under 922(g) as far as I know. But, I'm talking about 922(a)(5).

    As you point out, you don't think this would be a transfer for nonprohibited persons,...
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    Right, I edited my post because I think that's...

    Right, I edited my post because I think that's the more important issue. Clinton v. Jones would seem to allow such a suit, but I'm pretty sure that some of the proceedings were stayed for the...
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    Wasn't the statement made when he was a candidate?

    Wasn't the statement made when he was a candidate?
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    You're drawing a line that isn't in the statute....

    You're drawing a line that isn't in the statute. Why isn't it a transfer when I simply hand it to you? That's certainly enough "possession" for a violation of 922(g). (922(d) clearly requires...
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    That depends on what you mean by "federal law."...

    That depends on what you mean by "federal law." The "actual buyer" question on the Form 4473 has no basis in federal statutes.

    I'd also recommend reading Abramski (specifically Scalia's dissent),...
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    The 407CO reticle seems like a pretty good...

    The 407CO reticle seems like a pretty good compromise. I don't have any issues seeing the spot where the reticle lifts on a target, but it still works great when it's not on the perfect intensity. It...
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    Quite a few states have a presumption of...

    Quite a few states have a presumption of reasonableness for the use of deadly force to stop a forcible felony (including arson). Mitch Vilos covers them in his 50 state self defense laws book. I...
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    I haven't had time to listen to the instructions,...

    I haven't had time to listen to the instructions, but weren't they just Wisconsin's standard jury instructions? https://wilawlibrary.gov/jury/criminal/subjectindex.html The discussion I saw on...
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    The state had the opportunity to put on evidence...

    The state had the opportunity to put on evidence that the exception to the statute didn't apply. They didn't do that. It wouldn't have been appropriate to dismiss that charge before trial.
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    Since the rifle provision is an exception to the...

    Since the rifle provision is an exception to the general prohibition on minors possessing dangerous weapons, the prosecution likely was trying to say that the exception was effectively an affirmative...
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    Yeah, I was a huge AGD fan and never got the Y...

    Yeah, I was a huge AGD fan and never got the Y frame. Paintball grip angles evolved to be pretty similar to modern AR grip angles.

    On an AR where you can still shoot with your face on the receiver...
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    Most states require some form of "withdraw and...

    Most states require some form of "withdraw and communicate" if you are the initial aggressor (some states use provocation instead of initial aggressor language), and seek to regain your right to...
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    But they aren't individual distinct events. If...

    But they aren't individual distinct events. If the first shooting is unjustified, then, hypothetically, Kyle could reasonably appear to be a murderer who needs to be stopped and hitting him in the...
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    I think they're making the right argument for the...

    I think they're making the right argument for the people that they need to be on the jury (I'll admit that in some ways they've done that poorly). For the prosecution, this case was never going to be...
  21. I still consider that reactive, you're seeing the...

    I still consider that reactive, you're seeing the sight lift, then making your decision. I'm also only talking about shooting based on vision, no "one sight picture two trigger presses nonsense."
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  22. I think being able to blend both is really...

    I think being able to blend both is really important for high level competitive shooting, but defensive shooting should be 100% reactive. The only way to .1x spits is definitely through...
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    It looks like there is an applicable exception to...

    It looks like there is an applicable exception to the statute that should either apply to Rittenhouse or make the statute so vague that it is void for vagueness.



    I did see an analysis...
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    So, a lot of people don't seem to be reading the...

    So, a lot of people don't seem to be reading the whole statute. There is an exception for long guns.

    "This section applies only to a person under 18 years of age who possesses or is armed with a...
  25. Right, but that effect doesn't seem to occur in a...

    Right, but that effect doesn't seem to occur in a linear way, also, of the three pistols described in my first post, the P365XL has the lightest trigger (all are factory).

    I also tend to think...
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