Breaking: SCOTUS Issues Ruling in Critical Second Amendment Case

The ceaseless debate over Second Amendment rights in the U.S. took another swerve on Friday after the Supreme Court issued a critical ruling in the highly publicized Garland v. Cargill case.
That case, which saw U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland going against Texas gun shop owner Michael Cargill, centers on the legality of bump stock gun attachments.
(Bump stocks replace the stock — the part that rests against the shoulder — of a semi-automatic weapon. Bump stocks harness recoil energy and allow the user to fire bullets more rapidly than with a standard stock.)

A ruling stemming from former President Donald Trump’s administration banned the sale of bump stocks in 2017.
Cargill had to give up his Texas store’s bump stocks to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives before ultimately filing the suit.

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