‘Assault weapons’ deemed not protected by 2nd Amendment according to 4th circuit court

On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit upheld Maryland’s ban on so called “assault weapons” in a 10-4 ruling.

The court stated that 81 weapons, as well as semi-automatics that use detachable magazines, and can sport two or more features such as a flash suppressor, or a folding stock as “dangerous and unusual” and being “exceptionally lethal weapons of war,” by majority opinion writer Judge Robert B. King.

The majority is of the opinion that such weapons that...

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