San Diego County Gun Owners Files Amicus Brief in Young v. Hawaii
November 21, 2018
Aug 14, 9:55am
“The record shows that firearms capable of holding more than ten rounds of ammunition have been available in the US for well over two centuries.” Duncan v. Becerra, 9th Cir. Court of Appeals #2A#Duncan#gunstwitter
Aug 14, 9:51am
When the 9th Circuit acknowledges “rapid fire guns” that hold more than 10 rounds have been around since approx. 1650. #Duncan#guns#2Atwitter
May 13, 3:05pm
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Last Friday, on behalf of the San Diego County Gun Owners, we had the pleasure of filing an amicus brief in the Young v. Hawaii open carry case.
Our brief opposed the State of Hawaii's petition for rehearing en banc and focused on the historical analysis of the Second Amendment's protection of the right to open carry firearms in public. This analysis went as far back as English common law predating the English Bill of Rights. The history is clear, the ability and right to carry a firearm openly has always been permitted and even favored in the United States.