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You've probably heard of the case
United States v. Miller, the last Second Amendment case on which the Supreme Court issued a ruling -- in 1939!
BOTH SIDES in the gun rights war have used this relatively short Supreme Court opinion to support its arguments. Want to learn how this can be, what this case was about, why it should be tossed out as precedent, and what SHOULD have happened if the case had gotten a proper disposition?
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This 57-page easy-to-read study includes a harsh, detailed critique of the
controversial 1939 opinion and a clear, extensive, carefully researched, illustrated, and annotated presentation of evidence that short-barreled shotguns -- the focus of the
Miller ruling due to the National Firearms Act of 1934 -- were and are militarily useful, and have been for hundreds of years.
This is the
evidence Miller's attorney could have presented.
United States v. Miller and Short-Barreled Shotguns is printed on high-quality heavy paper and is spiral bound (for easy, lie-flat reproduction of pages) with soft covers. If you order a copy now, Mr. Puckett -- noted gun writer, Second Amendment activist, KeepAndBearArms.com advisor, and former president of Citizens Of America -- will personally sign it.
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