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Old December 31, 2012, 02:30 PM   #3
Alabama Shooter
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The first post clearly answered most of your questions.


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If the act of shooting an AR-15 is protected under the 1st,
I don't know of any case that has been brought under first amendment rights. I don't imagine one ever will be.

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how far can the government go in restricting my access to equipment necessary to exercise my freedom of expression?
Quite a ways if you are a proven threat or a criminal. Child molesters and computer hackers are not allowed access to the internet and have other restrictions based upon them for one example. This is the same argument that is used to keep felons from buying guns, it is just not targeted in this way and is more a general prohibition.
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