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If you're an American gun owner, then June 26, 2008 was a very good day indeed for you.
There can be little doubt that the case of the District of Columbia v. Dick Heller is, and will remain for some time, the most important SCOTUS ruling on the subject of gun rights in American history.
"Gun control" advocates had long argued that the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution was a state right and not an individual one, but in this landmark legal case, the Supreme Court of the United States held that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to possess a firearm for private use. Let's say that again, just because it sounds so good:
The RIGHT belongs to the INDIVIDUAL CITIZEN and NOT to the government!
For the first time in its history, the Supreme Court of United States directly addressed whether the right to keep and bear arms is a right of individuals or a collective right that applies only to state-regulated militias.
To the utter shock, awe, horror, dismay and (God only knows how many) other reactions of gun-grabbers across the nation, the Court found in favor of the side of true rights and true liberty — the side of the individual. (Click here to find out more)
2004 — Two days before a federal election, Canadian Liberal PM Paul Martin dropped all fees for transferring firearms. Canadian gun owners weren't fooled and, sure enough, 18 months later, the Liberals would start promising a handgun ban.
2008 — The US Supreme Court, in the case of DC v. Heller, struck down the 30 year-old Washington D.C. gun ban and held that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to possess a firearm for private use.
Leroy James Sullivan, is an American firearms inventor. Going by Jim Sullivan, he is noted as the designer of several 'scaled-down' versions of larger firearms. He is largely responsible for the M16, Stoner 63, and Ruger Mini-14 rifles (scaled from the AR-10, Stoner 62, and M14 rifle respectively) as well as the Ultimax 100 light machine gun and Ruger M77 rifle. Sullivan has recently become very critical of the M16 and M4 rifles that he co-designed.