Legal Battles, Training with a Champ, Self-Defense Lights, and a 2A Sheriff

July 9, 2021

It's a challenge to New York's public nuisance lawsuit law, the problem with common use in restricting firearms, a secret ATF memo warning about citizens that make homemade firearms, a new training guide and website from a champion, lights for self-defense, an LA Sheriff stands upfor the 2nd, and more, this week on Tom Gresham's Gun Talk® Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.

This Sunday, Tom is joined by National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Mark Oliva to discuss New York’s latest attempt at restricting the Second Amendment and another showdown for PLCAA with the public nuisance lawsuit law. Read more at Also on this week are journalists David Codrea to discuss the issue with using “common use” to restrict which guns and ammo are legal, and Lee Williams with info on the ATF’s internal memo that deems citizens who make homemade firearms as extremists. Plus, world champion shooter and Team SIG captain Max Michel has a new training website ( training guide, SureFire’s Andrew Wright talks self-defense lights, and Bossier Paish's top lawman, Sheriff Julian Whittington, offers his thoughts on constitutional carry and why it should be legal in Louisiana.

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