The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the separation of powers in immunity hearings on self defense cases…
Colorado is on the verge of enacting rational knife law reform. The bipartisan bill is on the Governor’s desk, ready for his signature.
The “popcorn” shooting in a theater in Florida three years ago is far more justifiable than originally portrayed in the media.
A Pennsylvania court has found automatic knives are not protected by the Second Amendment, because they are offensive weapons that have no common purpose.
An Alaskan company that sells magazine repair kits, 7.62 Precision, is being sued by the City of San Francisco. They have set up a Go Fund Me account.
The “bullet hole” in the synagogue in Indiana was not a bullet hole at all. The story that it was a bullet hole was fake news.
Senator Bill Nelson of Florida has filed a bill, the “Undetectable Firearms Modernization Act of 2017. The bill would outlaw Glocks and many Rifles.
NICS checks for February, 2017, are the third highest February on record. It is a strong start for the number of checks done during the Trump Presidency.
The Florida Supreme Court has interpreted the Second Amendment to mean that the open carry of firearms may be banned by state law.
An article in the Guardian claimed that 3D printers were used to make parts of illegal Australian submachine guns. 3D printers were not used.
The North Dakota House has passed a Constitutional or “permitless” carry bill, 83-9. The next stop is the Senate.
Senator Cornyn of Texas has introduced a national concealed carry reciprocity bill. A similar bill got 57 of the 60 votes necessary for passage in 2013
Governor McAuliffe has vetoed knife law reform in Virginia. The law would have removed the antiquated and irrational ban on automatic opening knives.
The Fourth Circuit invents a new exception for the Second Amendment to remove common rifles from the category of weapons protected by the Constitution.
Daniel Crowninshield pled guilty in the 80% receiver/machine shop case in Callifornia. Crowninshield is a prohibited possessor.
A terror attack in Israel fizzled when an improvised submachine gun repeatedly jammed. The submachine gun, known as a “Carlo” is common in Israel.
The 11th Circuit, en banc, has partly reversed a three judge panel ruling that held the Florida Firearms Owners’ Privacy Act to be Constitutional.
A federal lawsuit has been filed against Massachusetts AG, Maura Healy, to prevent enforcement of the unconstitutional ban on stun guns.
Iowa has started the process to add an amendment to their State Constitution to protect the right to arms. Only six states lack that protection.
The failures of the gun permit system in Trinidad and Tobago are causing a push for reforms of the law.
A “white paper” written by the ATF Second in command, outlines common sense gun law and regulatory reforms for the agency.
SB 12, the bill for permitless or “Constitutional carry” in New Hampshire, has passed the House Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety.
2017 has barely begun, and Knife Rights has knife law reforms advancing in several states.
The new Hearing Protection Act is the same as the HPA of 2015. Both bills are in the top ten in viewing at the Congressional web site.
The 20 Million spent by Michael Bloomberg to buy a Nevada gun control scheme has failed. It has been ruled to be unenforceable.