The NRA has put its stamp of approval on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch.
FOX's Eben Brown has this week's "Bullet Points":
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A controversial Kansas State law aimed at protecting people from federal prosecution on certain gun crimes is now ruled out-of-bounds. A federal court says a gun shop owner can't claim to be protected by the state for violating the National Firearms Act by building his own short-barreled rifles and suppressors.
Next time you go deer or bear hunting in Pennsylvania, you can take a semi-automatic rifle with you! The state's game commission approved it this week.
And President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court gets a big nod from the National Rifle Association. The nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch was barely announced when the NRA called Gorsuch an 'outstanding choice', citing rulings the judge has made in support of self-defense protected by the Second Amendment. Gorsuch also gets a thumbs up from the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
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