Calguns Foundation Seeks Help In The Fight to End the Handgun Roster


Calguns Foundation

USA -( The Calguns Foundation and our attorney Alan Gura (who won the landmark cases of D.C. v. Heller and McDonald v. Chicago at the Supreme Court) recently argued the case of Peña v. Supernor before the Ninth Circuit.

As you know, this case is our Second Amendment challenge to the State of California’s Handgun Roster and “microstamping” laws.

These are unconstitutional and essentially act as a ban on modern handguns. Even though the oral arguments have already been presented, this case if far from over.

Please chip in and help us meet our goal to continue this and other important pro-2A legal work.

$25, $50 or more goes a long way.

This critical case has a very real chance of going up to the Supreme Court. We’re going to need all the resources we can get in order to push it forward.


About The Calguns Foundation:

The Calguns Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves its members, supporters, and the public through educational, cultural, and judicial efforts to defend and advance Second Amendment and related civil rights.

Supporters may visit their website to join or donate to CGF.

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Steve le

After reading your comments and suggestions this makes sense.
You have a better understanding and broader approach to solving the inequality of California gun owners. Why not publish your suggestions to more media sites?

Civil Rights We Stand Together

Judge Thomas spoke out loud in 2016 about a court case dealing with a lautenberg amendment infringement to bear arms. What does not make sense is they allow a felony to restore 2A civil rights but not a misdemeanor domestic violence. Something doesn’t smell right. My understanding, a felony record is more severe than a misdemeanor right? Wrong? Whoever allowed such BS to occur is an I d i o t and totally disrespected the American civil rights of freedom.


Lautenberg Amendment has violated the people’s second amendment civil rights. Can anyone hear me? Repeal and restore.

Silence Dogood

Gutting or repealing the Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA) would include excising the Lautenberg Amendment, and all the other legislative and regulatory actions that modified the original GCA. Why spend the political energies and monetary resources chipping away one part at a time of an illegal act, when copping off it’s head in one fell swoop resolves the entire issue? Don’t get sucked into the “political game,” much like what the NRA has done, and go for the jugular. Kill the beast, and it will spawn no further ill-conceived progeny.

Silence Dogood

This is a noble goal and should be pursued. The Handgun Rooster and micro-stamping need to be eliminated. However, there is a bigger picture. CalGuns has worked hard to defeat the gun-haters here in California, but much more is needed. The truth is, only a few have fought vigorously against the passage of every one of the gun-hating laws passed in California over the last 35 years, especially since the passage of the Roberti-Roos Assault Weapons Control Act of 1989. The best tactic proved to be using the “recall election” method, as was used against co-author Senator David Roberti (D;)… Read more »