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Throughout our grand nation, there is a war raging over the efficacy and necessity of the Second Amendment, and, in particular, what specific equipment is covered by the inalienable right.

For supporters of the Second Amendment and for Constitutional scholars, the answer is fairly clear:  The right to bear arms must never be compromised to the point in which We The People would be unable to retake our government.  Given the enormous gap between military technology and legal civilian arms, there is certainly room for discussion as to whether or not we’ve already surpassed this point.

In the wake of last year’s Las Vegas massacre, a specific piece of equipment came under harsh scrutiny in such a way, as “bump stocks” were suddenly thrust into the spotlight.

These devices are designed to harness the energy of a firearm’s recoil for the purpose of faster trigger pulls.  While “bump stocks” still necessitate that all rounds expelled come after a trigger pull, the rate at which the user can reset his finger becomes far less cumbersome.

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As cities around the nation continue to pass anti-bump stock ordinances by the handful, a number of pro-2A organizations are fighting back against the tyrannical move, including in Cincinnati where the fight is headed to the courts.

Two Second Amendment advocacy groups have told Cincinnati they could sue over the bump stock ban passed by City Council Wednesday.

Ohioans for Concealed Carry (OFCC) and the Buckeye Firearms Association have both sent letters to the city suggesting it could face expensive litigation.

On Wednesday, City Council passed an ordinance making it a misdemeanor to use, own or possess “trigger activators” defined as devices that accelerate the rate of fire of guns. Bump stocks are named specifically.

Both firearm groups argue that the ordinance violates Ohio’s so-called preemption law enacted in 2007.

The state law states Ohio residents “without further license, permission, restriction, delay, or process, may own, possess, purchase, sell, transfer, transport, store, or keep any firearm, part of a firearm, its components, and its ammunition” in accordance with state and federal law.

Of course, the argument we hear from the left is that “no one needs” a device that can shoot so quickly, but that statement is beyond blatantly false.

The Second Amendment is a non-negotiable insurance policy against a tyrannical government or invading force.  There isn’t an American alive today who understands what it will be like when the Second Amendment truly is needed, and, as such, there are no Americans alive today who can refute the God-given right.


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