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ZERO: The Number of Federal Gun Control Measures that are Constitutional

The Constitution of the United States does NOT give the federal government the power to restrict guns or gun ownership. The only congressional power relating to weaponry is found in Article 1, Section 8 where Congress is given the power “To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the Militia.”

Furthermore, the 2nd Amendment expressly prohibits the feds from “infringing” on the people’s natural right to keep and bear arms.

This means that exactly ZERO federal gun “laws” are constitutional.

None! Nada! Zilch!

WATCH THIS VIDEO from our friends at the Tenth Amendment Center:


Will your state legislature HELP the feds implement and enforce new federal gun “laws”? Or will they say NO! to further constitutional violations?

The 2nd Amendment Preservation Act – already passed in Idaho – bans a state and all its subdivisions from using any resources to help enforce any new federal gun control programs, whether they come from Congress or an executive order.

This is a powerful first step against gun control – and sets the stage for bringing down all such programs, from 1934 forward.

Don’t wait for more gun control to get shoved down our throats. Contact your state Representative and Senator today and encourage them to introduce this important bill designed to protect & preserve the 2nd Amendment. Get the model legislation here.