NJ Governor Phil Murphy announced a sweeping new package of gun control proposals in an orchestrated press event featuring anti-gun lawmakers, clergy, and civic leaders.
This week Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs joined a broad coalition of firearms rights organizations in a lawsuit seeking to permanently end NJ’s abusive firearms permitting scheme.
Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs warns law-abiding gun owners NOT to participate should they learn of any such activity.
ANJRPC has filed legal papers asking the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit to reconsider our appeal after the recent bad decision of a 3-judge panel which tossed the case on technical..
New Jersey indoor gun ranges have been shut down since a March 21, 2020, executive order by anti-freedom Governor Phil Murphy.
ANJRPC filed a federal lawsuit to force the State of New Jersey to reopen outdoor ranges, which have been shut down since a March 21, 2020, executive order by Governor Murphy.
It has been an unprecedented time the last several weeks, as NJ officials have tried to use Coronavirus as an excuse to shut down the Second Amendment. Here’s an update on the big picture.
Motion Filed Today to Stop the Shutdown. ANJRPC Prepared to Go to U.S. Supreme Court. Murphy Admits 2A Shutdown is not about Coronavirus!
Governor Should Have Applied “Social Distancing” Measures (as He Has Elsewhere) Instead of Shutting Down the Means by Which People Obtain and Train With Firearms.
NJ politicians are using low-level disorderly person offenses as an excuse to take away Constitutionally-protected gun rights that may be needed for self-defense in an emergency.
LaPierre’s response to the ultimatum was swift and decisive: he refused to step down, disclosed the threats that were made, and accelerated legal efforts.
The most likely case Rogers is being held for is New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. New York City, a case concerning NYC’s attempts to control what its residents do with firearms outside…
Governor Phil Murphy released a budget proposal including another attempt to massively increase fees for gun permits and to impose excise taxes of $1.4 million and $3.2 million respectively on guns.
The recently filed a petition for certiorari, asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a challenge to NJ’s unconstitutional carry law, which makes it impossible for average law-abiding citizens to carry..
Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs counsel filed additional papers with the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit seeking both an expedited appeal & an injunction halting enforcement.
Despite finding that the banned magazines are “in common use,” the district court in its decision disregarded the Supreme Court’s clear command in Heller that such arms may not be banned.
The changes also ban first-amendment-protected distribution of certain electronic files for 3D printers without a manufacturer’s license.
The Court heard testimony from three of the State’s witnesses and then finished up the week hearing testimony from our expert witness, Florida State University Criminologist Professor Gary Kleck.
Claiming that banned magazines are not needed for self-defense while simultaneously exempting their use for the protection of lawmakers is outrageous and the height of hypocrisy!
U.S. District Judge Peter Sheridan called a pre-hearing conference in chambers where he told counsel that he is scheduling a full-blown hearing on certain factual aspects of the case by mid-August.