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I wonder if there has been consideration made for the AG'S office responding with a written requirement that makes none of the current pistols from any MFG complaint in terms of a loaded chamber indicator
That's not going to hold up really well when the manufacturer shows a receipt for a certified letter sent to the AG years ago stating that they believed their handgun to be CMR940 compliant, so the AGs office can't reasonably say "oh well we didn't know about these guns" or anything like that.
Even if it did happen, you know what I say to that? "Bring it on bitches. " That would amount to a de facto gun ban and she'd get bitchslapped for it by the feds.
Not trying to be negative, just remembering how the CLEO sign off "going away" ended up being spun into cleo sign off for everyone involved.... totally different situation and circumstances I know....
Let's say Comm2A wins, then what? Can we buy new Glerks in MA from a dealer for MSRP? Isn't there an issue of trigger pull weight?
Donated, and will donate again, however (stating the obvious):
I'm thinking its a really sad state of affairs when you cannot get an answer out of your attorney general regarding the specifics of a load indicator so you have to haul her butt into court to get one.
"...the perpetual danger of arbitrary enforcement action based upon a regulation that is unconstitutionally vague and ambiguous"
Sounds like all Mass laws and regs.