The American gun control movement has become a gun prohibition crusade, and proponents are finally admitting it.
The Second Amendment Foundation has joined in an amicus brief to the Colorado State Supreme Court in support of a case that challenges Centennial State gun control laws including the ban on mags.
The policy also precludes customers from selling some firearm parts, such as “magazines capable of accepting more than 10 rounds” and “multi-burst trigger devices.”
In their brief, prepared by attorneys the amici organizations contend that strict scrutiny should apply to this case, which amounts to a ban on self-defense for law-abiding citizens.
The Brady Campaign should apologize to all American gun owners for allowing the attempted exploitation to happen.
Democrat presidential aspirant Cory Booker’s far-ranging gun control scheme that calls for five-year licensing, invasive background checks, bans on semiautomatic rifles and original capacity magazines
Superior Court judge will allow a lawsuit challenging a so-called “safe storage” ordinance to proceed, ruling that all plaintiffs in the case have standing to challenge it as a violation of WA preempt
In a 4-3 split decision the Connecticut state Supreme Court reinstated a lawsuit against Remington Arms over how it marketed the Bushmaster rifle used in the tragic 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting.
This was a reaction to the announcement from anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg that he would finance his own presidential campaign. Advising the former New York mayor that “the White House and ou
The SAF & Calguns Foundation have petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for a review of their challenge to California’s “Unsafe Handgun Act,” that violates the Second Amendment by banning handguns.
The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep & Bear Arms has petitioned the Supreme Court for a review of its case challenging the ban on interstate handgun sales to citizens from other states.
In July, the appeals court ruled that the Second Amendment protects the right to openly carry a firearm for self-defense.
The Second Amendment Foundation and National Rifle Association have filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging gun control Initiative 1639 in Washington State, on several grounds.
The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today congratulated three new pro-Second Amendment senators who replace anti-gunners and strengthen the Republican majority.
The friend of the court brief is challenging Maryland’s process to obtain a license to possess a handgun in one’s home, contending that this violates the Second Amendment.
The Second Amendment Foundation & Defense Distributed have amended a lawsuit to include 4 more state & local officials, accusing them of “unconstitutional prior restraint” relating to 3D gun data file
Headlining the annual Saturday awards luncheon will be teen Second Amendment champion Kyle Kashuv, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
The Massachusetts semi-auto rifle ban case centers on a simple question: Can a state ban arms that are in common use by law-abiding citizens?
The Second Amendment Foundation has filed a lawsuit in federal court on behalf of the owner of a local gun club in western Pennsylvania against Robinson Township and its zoning officer.
The groups have filed an amended complaint against California AG Xavier Becerra, seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent enforcement of a new law restricting possession of so-called “bullet button
Another Washington state city is now being sued by the Second Amendment Foundation and National Rifled Association for violating the state’s 35-year-old preemption statute.
The lawsuit alleges that Flohr called Madison and her group “troublemakers.” After the walkout, Dougherty allegedly “subjected Madison’s group to the taunts of their classmates.”
The Second Amendment Foundation and Defense Distributed took the necessary action of accusing them of “unconstitutional prior restraint” by attempting to prevent online sharing of 3-D firearms printi
A lawsuit challenging the validity of anti-gun-rights Initiative 1639 has been filed in Thurston County Superior Court by nationally-recognized Second Amendment advocate Alan Gottlieb.
It is time for the court to examine the constitutionality of various state laws that restrict the right to carry, for example, and make arbitrary decisions about who can exercise that right.