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Russian Weapons Law: Admit it, You’re Curious

Posted by on Jun 12 2012 | guns, PPC, Regulation, Second Amendment, Self-Defense, stun guns

Put down your Dostoyevsky novel and your vodka glass because we’ve got the Issue Paper for you. If you’ve ever wondered about weapons law in Russia, look no further than this Independence Institute Issue Paper titled, “Weapons Laws of the Russian Federation.” If there’s a small space in your heart for the finer things in Russian life (and a hatred of Stalin), we urge you to brush up on some Russian weapons law now!

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Stun gun prohibition violates Second Amendment

Posted by on Apr 22 2011 | Non-firearms Arms, Second Amendment, stun guns

(David Kopel)

So rules a state judge in Bay City, Michigan. According to the ruling, the regulation of stun guns would be constitutional, but not their prohibition. Other than Michigan, the only states that prohibit stun guns are New Jersey and Rhode Island.

Eugene Volokh’s Stanford Law Review article, Nonlethal Self-Defense examines the Second Amendment issues involving stun guns, chemical sprays, and the like, concluding that they are protected by the Second Amendment.


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