In response to the latest bizarre chapter in California’s storied “assault weapons” laws, FPC Lobbyist and Spokesperson Craig DeLuz has issued a statement.
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has obtained a copy of the newest version of the California Department of Justice (DOJ) “assault weapons” regulations.
Sacramento resident Craig DeLuz, FPC, and The CGF announced a new legal action intended to ensure that the California DOJ cannot hide its legislation.
On January 23rd a lawsuit was filed in federal court challenging the constitutionality of the Massachusetts ban on the possession of so-called ‘assault weapons’.
An Executive Order like this could have a significant impact on the litigation to challenge Assault Weapons Bans currently making its way through the Courts…
The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has just ruled that military-style weapons are NOT protected by the Second Amendment and can be banned or restricted!
NRA and California Rifle & Pistol Association submitted a joint letter to the DOJ explaining the flaws in the regulations and demanding there be withdrawal.
The CCDL is opposed to some of the regulatory recommendations from the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection that pertain to Olympic Competition Pistols.
Early this morning, the California Department of Justice provided notice of regulations relating to magazines capable of holding more than ten rounds.
Sometimes it’s something exotic and new that you are not familiar with but most often it’s something not captured in the best light or the best angle.
City residents would have 60 days after it becomes law to dispose of firearms that meet this description, or remove them from the city…
A Gallup poll shows support for a ban on so-called “assault weapons” just hit a record low of 36 percent, with a clear majority of Americans opposing a ban.
Support for a ban on “assault rifles” is at an all time low. One of the reasons is increasing gun ownership, including ownership of such popular rifles.
This past Wednesday, a bill to ban so called “Assault Weapons” in Michigan was introduced by Rep. Robert Wittenberg (D-Oak Park).
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey added to the confusion caused by her decision to unilaterally ban common semi-automatic firearms by releasing a list of “Guns That Are Not Assault Weapons.”
A paper funded by The Calguns Foundation and Firearms Policy Coalition examining whether Assault Weapons Bans can survive ‘rational basis’ scrutiny in the courts has been published in ConLawNOW.
By now you’ve probably heard that Attorney General Maura Healey has unilaterally reinterpreted the statutory definition of ‘assault weapon’ in a way that would make illegal virtually any…..
Resolve to keep your guns. Declare that confidently. Let the would-be gun-grabbers be the ones who lose heart.
The California Senate Public Safety Committee is scheduled to consider Senate Bill 880 Tuesday.
This is yet another ineffective anti-gun proposal from an anti-gun member of Congress…
The Fourth Circuit’s earlier decision in Kolbe has the potential to invalidate Maryland’s ban on common semi-automatic firearms and detachable magazines…
91 Democrats sent a letter to Obama this week asking him to go even further with his executive actions and ban the import of “assault weapons.”
Firearms Policy Coalition announced its opposition to a new gun control bill that would expand the reach of Ca’s ban on “assault weapons” to all centerfire rifles with detachable magazines…
On December 16, Rep. David Cicilline and 123 other Democrat members of the House of Representatives introduced H.R. 4269, the Assault Weapons Ban of 2015, a bill virtually identical to…..
Michael Hammond, discuses the why the Supreme Court will not take on Highland Park’s ban on certain semi-automatic firearms.