Please mark your calendar and join the Sportsmen’s Association for Firearms Education for its 2016 Firearm Civil Rights Conference. Here are the details.
The homeowner told the sheriff’s office a male was attempting to enter his residence while threatening to cause him harm…
Legal New York residents pay thousands in bribes to exercise Second Amendment Rights. Corrruption has a long history in New York City.
Knife Rights’ Bill to Fix Bogus NYC Gravity Knife Arrests Passes NY Senate 61-0. Already passed Assembly 99-12. Now the bill moves to Governor Cuomo.
Somewhere, Big Tim Sullivan might be laughing. Over 100 years after the enactment of New York City’s handgun licensing law (commonly referred to as the Sullivan Act), the measure is still…..
We apologize for the one week delay in our newsletter, but that means we have a TON of interesting news stories both state and national to deliver to you.
STOP the persecution of knife owners in New York City. If you live, work or travel in New York or New York City, please CALL or EMAIL NY Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan TODAY!
The New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame proudly announces that it has inducted eight new members, including two posthumously in the Pioneer Category.
Let me start by saying THANK YOU! The feedback from our first NY2A Weekly News Roundup has been simply amazing.
There is an ancient saying that “knowing is HALF the battle,” and as you know, NY2A is on the front lines in the fight to preserve our natural, inherent right to keep and bear arms in defense of…..
Your NRA-ILA has been working the halls of the Capitol this year to make sure no funding is appropriated for the draconian SAFE Act of 2013.
The September appeals court decision in Knife Rights’ civil rights lawsuit against New York City and New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr., was cited last week in a California appeal of…..
Two companion bills, A 9042 and S 6483, have been introduced in New York that would add bias-towards closure language to the state switchblade and gravity knife definitions, sponsored by…
Two New York legislators have announced that they are introducing legislation in 2016 that would severely limit ammunition purchases.
We’ve raised concerns before about how proposed “gun violence restraining orders” and similar firearm surrender orders can be abused and issued in cases where the police lack sufficient…..
NY Democrat Senator Jeff Klein proposes seizure of weapons from those on secret watch lists.
American citizens who reside in NY are demanding their Second Amendment rights be respected & protected. We will be in the streets & in the courts to see this fight through.
Three men who created the infamous SAFE act in New York have been accused of extortion and corruption. One of them, Sheldon Silver, has been convicted.
Allstar Tactical, LLC, has been chosen by the Rochester, NY Police Department’s Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team for their rifle refresh.
Pennsylvanians who hunt deer, elk or other cervids out-of-state might be affected by newly updated rules that prohibit the importation of specific high-risk cervid parts into Pennsylvania from…..
Nonsense such as this, along with Mayor Warren’s support of the failed SAFE Act, are the reason the City has seen a dramatic spike in shootings…
Warning in advance that this article is long. But it reflects the convoluted and infinitely complex, privacy invading, application that is NYC’s way of restricting a natural right…
There have been many comments made about the decision on NYSRPA v. Cuomo by the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. Make no mistake about it, this was a victory…
If any further evidence were necessary of what’s at stake with the 2016 general election, a ruling issued today by the U.S. District Court for the Second Circuit should provide it.
The Court upheld Judge Skretney’s decision that the seven round magazine limit was an arbitrary number and unconstitutional limit.
In this series, we illustrate the travails encountered by one individual as he attempts to secure a number of concealed handgun carry licenses from multiple jurisdictions to protect his life…
Last week, law professor and Washington Post blogger Eugene Volokh, exposed how the District Attorney’s Office in Nassau County, New York, was unconstitutionally prohibiting its prosecutors from…..
Madeline Singas, Acting District Attorney for Nassau County, New York, is a hypocrite.
Occupation-based gun bans create an opportunity for a dangerous slippery slope.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is celebrating new successes in advancing fair chase hunting following recent decisions in Minnesota and New York to ban the use of drones while hunting and scouting.
But the real crux of the matter is in the time-to-crime number … The New York average is 14.8 years. Compare that to the national average of 10.88 years.
Last week, a federal court ruled that the Nassau County Sheriff’s Department could not rely on its “retention policy” to keep guns seized from a woman without providing her with a due process hearing.
At the recent IBO World Championship held in Ellicottville, NY this past weekend seven members of the Carbon Express Pro Staff received special recognition for their outstanding performances this…
Understanding The Second Amendment is both good legal analysis and a proper role for a bar association to play: educating the profession and the public about what U.S. law requires..
Barabara Fiala is listed as a member of County Executives Against Illegal Guns, an organization whose goal is to prohibit the private ownership of common firearms..
Most Americans, by now, who keep abreast of the news, especially in matters concerning their inalienable right to keep and bear arms as codified in the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution…
Gun rights advocates may recall that New York’s “SAFE Act” was passed only 24 hours after it was introduced, with no debate or public scrutiny, and with Governor Cuomo signing the bill an hour…..
Legislators who voted for the New York SAFE Act should admit their mistake, says New York State Rifle & Pistol Association.
Background checks for ammunition purchases, a centerpiece in New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2013 SAFE Act, have been scrapped for now…
The SAFE Act ammunition database and background check has been stopped by a signed AGREEMENT between Governor Cuomo and State Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan…