Some things slipped through the cracks, and MSI does not have a table at the Chantilly show this weekend. If anyone is planning to attend both the show and our upcoming membership meeting, if you could stop by the registration desk on your way in and pick me up a registration form for their next show in February it would be greatly appreciated.
Dang. I just got my schedule cleared and was gonna offer to be there all day on Saturday. Oh well -- the best laid plans of mice and men....
I'll drop by the show and should be able to get the form for you Howard.
Also, I should have some swag for the table for us to try out by the Feb shows. A dozen MSI-engraved self-defense/glass-breaker pens. And several MSI-engraved tactical flashlights. Whattya think?
We're just trying these out for now. But if they prove popular then we can order more.
In a huge decision authored by Judge O'Scannlain, a split panel of the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has ruled that Hawaii's ban on open carry outside the home in that state violates the Second Amendment under any level of scrutiny. The decision, Young v. Hawaii, can be found here. The decision is very scholarly, carefully reasoned and a powerful statement that the Second Amendment is not a "second-class" right or a constitutional "orphan."