The National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934 was enacted to give the federal government a loophole, outside of the US Constitution’s Second Amendment, to try to control and limit firearm ownership by US Citizens. Its was meant to enact a $200 tax on all firearms, especially handguns. $200 in 1934 is nearly $4000 in 2020: (linked to source: Saving.org) and out of the reach of most people. It was the federal government’s knee-jerk response to the overstated, and under-researched, media headlines brought to us by “Yellow Journalism”. While Yellow Journalism is still fully in practice, this outdated National Firearms Act is attempting to restrict the mafia which grew from the federal government’s banning of alcohol. This further proves that one’s incompetence is not usually resolved by doubling one’s efforts.
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