In This Episode:
- Weer’d has technical difficulties, but overcomes them!
- Erin and Weer’d discuss some attempts to run around the Protection in Lawful Commerce in Arms Act;
- David talks about the Gun Control Act of 1968 and how it affected the gun industry;
- and Weer’d interviews Phillip Smith of the National African-American Gun Association to talk about this fast-growing organization.
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- Gun-Maker Offers Sandy Hook Families $33 Million. Here’s What They May Be Considering
- Shall Not Be Questioned: Remington Settlement
- Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers For Contributing To Arms Trafficking Deaths
- OSD 129: The lawsuit accusing gun makers of complying with the law
- Military presents plan to manufacture replica of 50-caliber Barrett
- Where did they go? The missing soldiers
- Billboards near Smith and Wesson display reminder of gun violence
Gun Lovers and Other Strangers:
- Gun Control Act of 1968 ***PDF Warning***
- National Firearms Act of 1934 ***PDF Warning***
- Federal Firearms Act of 1938 ***PDF Warning***
Philip Smith Interview: