Just finished listening. Government attorney did well, but i don't know how she can escape the irrefutable logic that, in an age of instant background checks, and pre-authorized pistol purchases, there can be no rational basis or narrowly tailored government interest in making a consumer use an additional FFL in his or her own state. If one wishes to purchase a firearm for self-defense while 2,000 miles from home, the inability to do so regardless of the ready availability of qualifying background information from law enforcement is CLEARLY an injury that lacks justification.
Al, I look forward, as always to your analysis. Krucam, and Esquapellate (from Maryland Shooters) also provide fascinating insights. This case and Woolard (oral MP3 up tomorrow, IIRC) will provide ample fodder for the weekend reading/listening.
Last edited by maestro pistolero; October 26, 2012 at 05:09 PM.