This was the worst of all of the firearm-related bills from this year. Thank you for contacting you legislators, but it is not over. Here are the bills that made it through the legislature this year.
“America’s gun owners are facing the most sinister attack on their Second Amendment rights I’ve ever seen.”—Alan Gottlieb, CCRKBA
The increased costs for just 250 shotgun shells if this bill passes could be enough to buy a new 9mm pistol!
Democrat gun-banners are determined to create a list of every single gun owner in America, using ‘Universal Background Checks’ as the foil to get it done.
This country has ever seen on Pennsylvania Avenue. Leading up to the 2020 election, NRA made abundantly clear the threats these two presented
Biden hasn’t acted on his promise to attack the Second Amendment, but signs are pointing to the war on our rights are about to begin.
In a first nationwide, Minnesota representatives and a senator have introduced Constitutional Amendment bills that specifically protect knives, along with firearms and other arms.
A federal judge stripped two former police officers from Rocky Mount, Virginia of their Second Amendment rights.
Representative Jason Crow thinks that the slightest convenience in exercising your Second Amendment rights is a “loophole.”
On February 25th, the Ninth Circuit granted en banc review of an NRA-ILA backed lawsuit challenging California’s ban on magazines
Firearms Policy Coalition submitted two new filings to the Court in Miller v. Becerra, its federal Second Amendment challenge to the State of California’s ban on so-called “assault weapons.
The rate of carjacking has doubled since last year. This driver faced a pair of robbers. Fortunately, our good guy was armed. There is a lot we can learn.
A small group of far-left protestors in Kenosha, Wisconsin, attempt to intimidate Judge Schroeder because he required their District Attorney allies to follow the law and proper procedure.
Carolyn Maloney wants to add more hassle to exercising your Second Amendment rights.
On 13 February, 2021, a 12-year-old boy in North Carolina shot a home invader who was involved in the shooting of his grandmother.
Next week, House Bill 1106 and Senate Bill 78, are scheduled for committee consideration on Monday and Thursday, respectively.
NRA-backed bills which establish that firearms and ammunition makers are essential businesses that shall not be prohibited during emergencies
On January 28th, Senate Minority Leader Robert Ortt (R, C, IP) reintroduced legislation that seeks to legalize suppressor ownership and hunting in the state of New York.
Who else has noticed that these are the same people who demand our guns?
“I feel uncomfortable about reducing the number of hoops someone has to jump through to get a machine gun,” Surovell told DeSteph.