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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In Michigan?

For hundreds of years, it has been legal for Americans to manufacture their own firearms. Let’s address a recent debate in the media: “ghost guns.”

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In Tennessee?

For hundreds of years, it has been legal for Americans to manufacture their own firearms. Let’s address a recent debate in the media: “ghost guns.”

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In New Mexico

What Is A Ghost Gun? A “Ghost Gun” is a term created by the media to refer to a firearm made by a private individual and not purchased via a federal firearms dealer. The common characteristic (or lack thereof) that brands a firearm with the title “Ghost Gun” is the absence of a

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In New Jersey

Hi, Evan Nappen here, U.S. LawShield Independent Program Attorney for New Jersey, and today I want to talk to you about, ooh, ghost guns. New Jersey has a ban on ghost guns. Now one question is, what is a ghost gun? Well it's not a gun that is possessed by a ghost,

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In Illinois

When you hear the term “ghost guns”, it sure sounds scary, but don’t be afraid, it’s not that horrible. The term ghost gun was created to cause fear and push a certain agenda by the mainstream media and anti-gun crowd.  A “ghost gun” is nothing more than a firearm made by an

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In Pennsylvania

Hi I’m Mike Giaramita, Independent Program Attorney for U.S. LawShield of Pennsylvania. Today we’re going to talk about what some people call “Ghost Guns.” If you’ve never heard the term “Ghost Gun” you have to understand it’s not legally defined under either federal law or Pennsylvania law. It is a term created

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In Kansas

In today's sociopolitical climate, we all need to do our best to be informed on the laws and issues surrounding Second Amendment rights.  Further, due to the fluctuating supply and demand of firearms, many of you may be considering alternatives to their traditional acquisition. From that perspective, let's talk about an issue

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In Ohio

Hello, Ohio LawShield members. It's Wilkes Ellsworth, your Independent Program Attorney here today to discuss a highly debated topic and one I get asked about quite a bit. Now, some of you more versed in firearms than others might've already heard of or know about my topic today, but there are many

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In Missouri

Let’s address a debate that has been raging over the years, intensifying recently in the media: “Ghost Guns.” “Ghost Guns” are very controversial.  Some people believe that the government’s inability to trace a “ghost gun” to the first retail purchaser, due to the lack of a serial number, hinders gun crime investigations

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In North Carolina

Hello everyone. This month we want to talk about a topic that gets some interest in the media and that is the topic of ghost guns. Ghost guns are guns made from individually obtained parts, but they do not have serial numbers and can’t be traced.  Companies sell parts that you can

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In Oklahoma

What exactly is a "Ghost Gun"? A “ghost gun” is a term for a privately assembled firearm or a homemade gun not made for commercial purpose or distribution. Ghost guns lack a commercial serial number or identifying trademark used to identify firearms made by a federally licensed firearm manufacturer. The “scary” term,

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What Do They Particularly Hate About “Ghost Guns” In South Carolina

Let’s address the issue of “so-called” Ghost Guns here in the State of South Carolina. There has been a debate raging though-out the United States about ghost guns over the past several years. What Is A Ghost Gun? First let’s start with what a ghost gun is. A ghost gun is a

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