Federal Gun Control: How It All Started With the NFA

Apr 21, 2016 | 0 comments

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The National Firearms Act (NFA) passed June 26, 1934 was the first piece of federal gun control legislation passed in The United States of America. It was basically a feel good piece of legislation that Congress passed to give the illusion of “fighting crime.” In order to understand the roots of NFA’s inception we need to take a look back in time to almost a century ago.


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