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Are there any notable 2nd Amendment cases not involving (then) modern firearms?

You are conflating two issues The Second Amendment limits the restrictions governments can place on the weapons citizens can own and carry. It applies to all weapons, not just firearms. Teter v. Lopez ...
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What happens if an illegal substance or an item that belongs to my housemate is caught in my house?

united-states In the US, criminal prosecution is possible if you possess illegal drugs. Presence of drugs in a house that you own or reside in it not per se illegal, so the prosecution would have to ...
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Can I give my gun to a friend with no paperwork in any state?

First, one must comply with Federal law: 18 U.S.C. §922(a)(5)(A) which makes it unlawful to transfer a firearm when the transferor and transferee are not both residents of the same state. "It ...
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Are there any notable 2nd Amendment cases not involving (then) modern firearms?

It is not settled yet, but Commonwealth vs. Canjura is being argued in the Massachusetts courts with the argument being that the 2nd Amendment protects the right to own and carry a switchblade knife. ...
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What would be different if Kyle Rittenhouse were 9 instead of 17?

To thelawnet's outstanding answer I would add one very fine detail: While it seems fair to say the purpose of 29.593 is to prevent hunting without safety training, it achieves the goal indirectly, via ...
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Selling firearms for another person in another state

Non-licensed individuals cannot sell firearms in the US across state lines. Only licensed dealers can do this, and transfers to another state must be through another licensed dealer in that state. The ...
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Selling firearms for another person in another state

You would first consult §4019 of the Vermont statutes. The transfer is legal to transfer from unlicensed person to unlicensed person if they are an "immediate family member", which is a ...
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Can I bring a firearm into NJ?

From Firearms Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) | New Jersey State Police 25: Can I travel through New Jersey with my firearms? Yes. With no unreasonable deviations from your travels you may drive ...
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