Gun Group’s Legal Defense Fund For Disabled Vet Convicted Of Violating NFA Laws

Gun Group’s Legal Defense Fund For Disabled Vet Convicted Of Violating NFA Laws

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Opinion Jeremy Kettler, who is a disabled combat veteran Washington, D.C. – -(Ammoland.com)- Kansas resident, Jeremy Kettler, served his country with distinction. While fighting for the United States, he experienced hearing loss. In 2016, the disabled U.S Army vet purchased a suppressor to use on his firearms during target shooting to prevent further damage to his hearing. Kansas has a law called the Second Amendment Protection Act. The law states that firearms made within the borders of the state and kept only within Kansas are exempt from national firearms regulations. Kettler purchased a suppressor from a military surplus store ran by Shane Cox. Cox started producing and selling suppressors marked with “ Made in Kansas .” Cox insured Kettler that Second Amendment Protection Act shielded both parties from the National Firearms Act which requires a long waiting period and a $200 fee to buy a suppressor. States have been making their own immigration and drug laws that directly contradict federal laws for several years. The federal government seems to be turning a blind eye to states like Colorado, California, and even the District of Columbia for their decriminalization of marijuana and sanctuary state statuses, but the Bureau of Alcohol Firearms and Tobacco (BATF) was not going to extend the same flexibility of enforcing the law to gun owners. Kettler believed he complied with the law when it came to owning the suppressor. He uploaded a video to Facebook about the purchase of the unregistered suppressor. The ATF would use […]

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