Court Of Appeals Rules 21-Year Minimum Age For Gun Purchases Is Unconstitutional


An appeals court ruled on Tuesday that a 21-year minimum age restriction for handgun purchases is unconstitutional.

A three-judge panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit determined that regulations preventing firearm dealers from selling handguns to individuals younger than 21 years old violated the Second Amendment.

Judge Julius Richardson, who was appointed by former President Trump, wrote the majority opinion, contending that the protections provided by the Second Amendment should apply “whatever the age.”

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