Everytown files amicus in NY Taser case...

You can read it here. They appear to be arguing against the common use test (which, if you recall, we argued in Hollis and Watson that common use could not be a test because it yielded absurd results). They also argue that the categorical approach we took with regard to the complete ban on Tasers/Stun Guns is "illogical, dangerous and inconsistent with Second Circuit precedent."

It's a shame that no pro-gun organizations filed in support of our position, but we will see what happens when we go to the Second Circuit. After all, the Second Amendment applies, prima facie, to all instruments that constitute bearable arms. That was plainly stated in Heller and Caetano. A Taser/Stun Gun is a bearable arm that receives Second Amendment protection.


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