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Link Posted: 7/16/2022 8:37:34 AM EDT
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I seriously doubt they will figure out training anytime soon. Just too many people and not enough ranges or instructors.

It'll get struck down before they figure it out.
Link Posted: 7/16/2022 9:00:32 AM EDT
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I seriously doubt they will figure out training anytime soon. Just too many people and not enough ranges or instructors.

It'll get struck down before they figure it out.
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I hope.
Link Posted: 7/16/2022 4:56:25 PM EDT
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I seriously doubt they will figure out training anytime soon. Just too many people and not enough ranges or instructors.

It'll get struck down before they figure it out.

I hope.
The question is, if it is eventually struck down, how long with that take? It will be interesting to see the Maryland and California AWB cases and how the 4th and 9th circuit courts, respectively, handle them having been vacated by SCOTUS. Will they slow walk them or move at lightning speed? I cannot help but think the circuit courts, being rather unhappy with the Bruen ruling, considering all of them have upheld AWB's so far, will use every legal means possible to delay a ruling compliant with Bruen hoping for an ideological change in SCOTUS. California wants a total reset on the case Judge Benitez had in order to start the whole thing over at day 1 as though the previous case never existed. How many years would that take?
Link Posted: 7/16/2022 8:14:06 PM EDT
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The question is, if it is eventually struck down, how long with that take? It will be interesting to see the Maryland and California AWB cases and how the 4th and 9th circuit courts, respectively, handle them having been vacated by SCOTUS. Will they slow walk them or move at lightning speed? I cannot help but think the circuit courts, being rather unhappy with the Bruen ruling, considering all of them have upheld AWB's so far, will use every legal means possible to delay a ruling compliant with Bruen hoping for an ideological change in SCOTUS. California wants a total reset on the case Judge Benitez had in order to start the whole thing over at day 1 as though the previous case never existed. How many years would that take?
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I seriously doubt they will figure out training anytime soon. Just too many people and not enough ranges or instructors.

It'll get struck down before they figure it out.

I hope.
The question is, if it is eventually struck down, how long with that take? It will be interesting to see the Maryland and California AWB cases and how the 4th and 9th circuit courts, respectively, handle them having been vacated by SCOTUS. Will they slow walk them or move at lightning speed? I cannot help but think the circuit courts, being rather unhappy with the Bruen ruling, considering all of them have upheld AWB's so far, will use every legal means possible to delay a ruling compliant with Bruen hoping for an ideological change in SCOTUS. California wants a total reset on the case Judge Benitez had in order to start the whole thing over at day 1 as though the previous case never existed. How many years would that take?


i don't have much faith on anything moving fast.  I do believe that this new "training" class won't be available anytime soon and not in any quantity to be provided to all permit holders before the deadline.  If local judges start revoking permits by the hundreds, they will never get re-elected, so I don't see most of them doing that.  I have zero problem with training, but I am not a huge fan of the mandate.  If I am going to sign up for a pistol course, I want to take the training I choose especially if I am footing the bill.  Not to even mention every place being sensitive.  It's almost not worth worrying about anymore.
Link Posted: 7/18/2022 2:30:47 PM EDT
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Deomcrat language is acceptional. They make ccw worse and call it, improvement. Anytime they put better, improved, helping, or any other positive word on anything, rest assured it's the oppositem
Link Posted: 7/18/2022 3:23:35 PM EDT
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I bet it takes 3+ years for any of these lawsuits to get sorted out. By then who knows if they still go in our favor. I'm clearly no longer an optimist. I can't wait to leave this state.
Link Posted: 7/21/2022 9:44:06 AM EDT
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Have any county clerks or issuing authorities released their process for current holders of any license?
Link Posted: 7/21/2022 10:03:23 AM EDT
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All I've heard is "No new licenses after 9/1/22"
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