Armed citizens have often aided police officers, as noted in these accounts. An academic study shows that more armed citizens result in lower police deaths.
San Francisco is posed to pass an ordinance to require all guns not carried on your person to be unloaded and locked up.
Arkansas online is running an online poll asking if the University of Arkansas should allow concealed carry at its schools.
The Washington Post writes that the purpose of Gun Registration is Gun Confiscation, in an official Post editorial.
The Secret Service is screening for knives at the NRA Leadership Forum in Louisville, 2016. Knife Rights is providing a free knife checking service.
Wisconsin has voted to eliminate the deer hunting backtag after 73 years of use. It is one of many reforms enacted by the State.
A District Court Judge in a civil case against the District of Columbia has granted an injunction against its unreasonably restrictive carry permit law.
Permitless or “Constitutional” carry has passed the Missouri legislature as part of SB 656. It will now be sent to Governor Nixon for signature or veto.
Oklahoma Governor Fallin has signed the SB 1159. It removes a ban on the carry of certain knives that has existed for over 100 years.
A sneak theif stole a gun from a man’s back pocket in a Phoenix McDonald’s. It was all caught on video.
There will be a gun turn-in or “buy back” event in Detroit on 11 June, 2016. These events are often opportunities of obtain valuable guns inexpensively.
Experience and research show that violent criminals seldom use holsters.
The Henderson Nevada kidnapping of an armed victim did not end well for the kidnappers. It was a “setup” by a “friend”.
The reform of local bans on the exercise of the Second Amendment in public buildings has been stopped with a tie vote in the Arizona Senate.
Oklahoma legislation to restore permitless or “Constitutional” open carry to the state is almost ready to be sent to Governor Fallin.
When the Second Amendment March was held at the Michigan Capitol, someone took the opportunity to vandalize the Truck used to haul the MGO trailer.
“Smart” guns are “stupid” guns. Firearm owners, police and the military do not want them, for reasons demonstrated by an 11-Year-Old and an 80-Year-old.
Governor Deal has vetoed HB 859, the campus carry bill that passed the legislature with wide margins. Deal explained that the campus ban was Constitutional.
NOVA Armory opens in Arlington, VA, and files lawsuits against politicians for intimidating tactics and misuse of office.
Connecticut store owner wins his third gunfight. A passerby with a permit assists. No one was hit.
New Hampshire Democrat Governor Maggie Hassan promises to veto permitless or “Constitutional” carry legislation. Again.
Conservatives, Liberterians, and Constitutionalists are winning the culture wars on weapons bans. Recent victories in Wisconsin confirm this.
A reform of Oklahoma Knife law has been sent to Governor Fallin for action. The bill, SB 1159, passed the legislature with large margins.
Eddy County, New Mexico, is the latest local government to restore the right to bear arms to its employees.
In Dallas, there are few 30.06 and 30.07 signs that ban legally carried guns from premises. In Arizona, “no gun” signs have dwindled.
A Tennessee bill to grant immunity to those who tolerate Second Amendment rights is on its way to Governor Haslam.
Open carry in Dallas, Texas has become an accepted part of the landscape. There is no blood in the streets or waste of police resources.
Local governments are defying Texas law to maintain local gun bans. They may challenge the law in court.
.22 rimfire is starting to show up in a few Wal-Mart stores. Could the supply of .22 finally be catching up to demand?
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has signed HB 786 into law. Mississippi has become the 10th “Constitutional” or permitless carry state.
Using a new turkey hunting technique results in a successful hunt for a trophy tom turkey in Northern Wisconsin.
Governor Christie of New Jersey has acted administratively to make the gun licensing scheme in New Jersey more transparent and less burdensome.
The Alaska campus carry bill, SB 174, has passed out of committee and may be voted on in the Senate this week.
A bill restoring permitless or “Constitutional” carry has passed both houses of the Mississippi legislature and is headed to Governor Bryant.
A rifle embedded deeply in a tree in a Russian forest is not a Mosin Nagant. It was likely carried by an Austrian or other conscript.
Florida has repealed an antique law banning the possession of slungshots. The acceptance of the concealed carry of pistols has made the law obsolete.
The Alaska campus carry bill, SB 174, as amended, gives the Board of Regents unprecedented power and immunity as ammended, but the Board wants more.
Open carry will be legal at the NRA Annual Meeting in Louisville, Kentucky. It was legal last year in Knoxville, and many members used it to support the Second Amendment.
Arizona has enacted a statute to punish subunits of the State government who violate the Constitution and state law. The law would stop revenue sharing.
The District Court of the Northern Mariana Islands has ruled the Second Amendment applies in the Islands. It found the ban on handguns unconstitutional.