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.
Such incentives, including the potential for the top spot at BATFE, could be factors.
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.
A 2016 Pew poll shows that 74% of urban police officers favor the right of people to have arms. The number is higher than those for the general population.
Students at the UW Madison plan to repeat failed UT Austin sex toy protest over the exercise of Second Amendment rights on campus.
The Industry Day at the Range was well attended, a bit breezy, and fun. I briefly discussed Prime Minister Trudeau with some Canadians.
The Armed Good Samaritan that shot the wounded AZ State Trooper’s attacker was assisted by at least two other good Samaritans.
The legal team of the Peruta case has petitioned the Supreme Court to hear their appeal about whether the Second Amendment applies outside the home.
2016 set the record for the firearm sales. 27,538,673 background checks were done in NICS, over 4 million more than the previous record in 2015.
Milwaukee Police Chief claims concealed carry permits add to homicide numbers. It does if you include justified self defense shootings.
A New York woman has initiated a lawsuit to require due process of law when Second Amendment rights are being denied.
A large percentage of homicides remain unsolved. We cannot know how many of them are jusiified homicides, but we can be sure that some are.
Miss Sloane, the gun hater propaganda movie, has been a bomb at the box office. Receipts have been less than 3.2 million, with expenses about 34 million.
Finish First Tactical has filed a lawsuit against Kalashnikov USA and Premax Manufacturing. Finish First Tactical asks for a million dollars damages, each.
Governor Kasich of Ohio signs SB 199 that reforms gun free zones, allows University administrations some choice in campus carry.
In Georgia, a black man is attacked by four white men. He shoots one. The Sheriff who was there defends the black shooter.
Campus carry reform of gun laws has been advancing across the U.S.A. The 2016 election results mean that the reforms will continue to spread.
The Ninth Circuit has overturned the District Court decision in Silvester v. Harris. The Ninth held that waiting periods were reasonable safety precautions.