Adam Kraut was born and raised in Chester County, PA. Active in scouting since kindergarten, Adam achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in 2004. After graduating high school, Adam attended SUNY Binghamton where he graduated in 2009 with a major in Political Science concentrating in politics and law. After taking a year away from academics, Adam attended Widener Law School at night while maintaining a day job and graduated in 2014.
Adam is an avid firearms enthusiast, whose love for firearms began in Boy Scouts at Camp Horseshoe. Adam’s experience in the firearms industry as the general manager of a Federal Firearms Licensee, who is a Class 3 dealer, gives him a working knowledge of the challenges the industry, licensees and individuals face on a daily basis. Having worked with industry leaders, individual licensees and individuals both from behind the counter and in a legal context, Adam is in a unique position to give advice with insight others may not have.
In addition to being active in the courtroom, Adam is politically active to ensure that the Second Amendment rights of future generations continue to be protected. He is the host of The Gun Collective‘s show, The Legal Brief, where he dispels the various legal myths and misinformation in the gun world. Adam is also a frequent guest on on podcasts and started The Gun Collective Podcast. Adam is also running to be elected to the NRA Board of Directors in 2018. In his free time, Adam volunteers with his old Boy Scout troop, cranks out ammunition behind the reloading press, can be found at the range training, enjoys hiking through the woods and cares for his small pack of dogs.
Adam lives in Chester County, PA with his girlfriend and three rescue dogs.
Widener Law School 2014
SUNY Binghamton 2009
Pennsylvania Supreme Court
District Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania – 2015
District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania – 2015
District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania – 2016
United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit – 2017
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit – 2017