Michael Cargill is back again with a new proposed 2A lawsuit which seeks to push back against the ATF FFL revocation for its aggressive shutdown attempts on FFLs for minor Form 4473 errors. Should FFLs be penalized when there is a typo on their forms which is completely irrelevant to whether an individual is prohibited from purchasing? Armed Attorneys Richard Hayes and Edwin Walker discuss the proposed lawsuit, legal standing, and the issues surrounding Biden’s “zero tolerance” towards FFLs.
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