The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act was introduced again this year as S.B. 397 in the U.S. Senate and H.R. 800 in the U.S. House. The NRA-backed legislation would protect law-abiding firearm manufacturers from reckless, predatory, and potentially bankrupting lawsuits. Any gun that is misused, including common sporting arms like a Mossberg 835 or Winchester 70, could trigger a lawsuit that would bankrupt all involved with the firearm from the manufacturer down to the local gun shop.
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