Nevada home-built firearm ban challenged

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Palmer v. Sisolak.
https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap ... 73.1.0.pdf
12. But Nevada’s Ban completely and categorically prohibits individuals not
prohibited from exercising their Second Amendment rights from possessing, acquiring, and
self-manufacturing firearms that are of types, functions, and designs, and are themselves,
commonly owned and possessed firearms—self-made firearms that do not bear a
manufacturer’s serial number—by law-abiding citizens for lawful purposes.
13. Plaintiffs therefore bring this challenge because they unquestionably face “a
realistic danger of sustaining a direct injury as a result of the law’s operation or
enforcement,” Skyline Wesleyan Church v. Cal. Dep't of Managed Health Care, 968 F.3d
Case 3:21-cv-00268 Document 1 Filed 06/10/21 Page 4 of 38
COMPLAINT FOR DECLARATORY AND INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
738, 747 (9th Cir. 2020), seek to vindicate their rights, and to immediately and permanently
enjoin enforcement of Nevada’s Ban as required to conform the law to the Constitution’s
text, our Nation’s history and tradition, and the Supreme Court’s binding Heller, McDonald,
and Caetano decisions.

Re: Nevada home-built firearm ban challenged

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Meanwhile, Nevada's ban on home-built firearms is in effect. As of Tuesday, 6/8, if you own a receiver in Nevada, it supposedly is illegal to use it to build a firearm. If you have a receiver or a firearm you completed using such a receiver, you have until 1/1/2022 to destroy or surrender it.

FPC breaks Palmer down to a 2nd and 14th Amendment claim and a takings claim in their complaint.

MrGunsandGear had Bill Sack from FPC on to explain. Sack is listed as one of the FPC attorneys on the complaint:

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