Heller spanks DC again: District folds on arbitrary ammunition limitations while carrying

The confetti was hardly swept up from Justice Thomas’s 74th birthday extravaganza and another folk hero of Americana lore, Dick Heller, took a shot at dismembering more of the District of Columbia’s hydra-like laws.

On June 30th Dick Heller filed another Heller v. DC suit, with having his sights set on magazine capacity limitations and how much ammunition a private citizen may carry on their person when bearing an arm in public. At the time, the District capped that amount to 20 rounds. Heller shared some news recently that the matter is being settled and he’s able to mark up another hash in his win column.

The original complaint embraces some of the high notes from NYSRPA v. Bruen and we can assume contributed to the victory Heller obtained.
Source: Bearing Arms
Macro shot of ammo by Kool C is licensed under Unsplash unsplash.com

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