The stay that found the California Magazine ban unconstitutional was put in place by the Honorable Rodger T. Benitez to protect Second Amendment supporters.
Jewels of logic and reason from the California District Court that a ban on magazines is clearly unconstitutional.
Get the full update on pur three major wins this week. Standard capacity magazines, recreational shooting and an interview with our Business Affiliate, Rifle Supply in Huntington Beach!
At 5 PM today it will once again be illegal to purchase magazines holding more ten rounds in the state California.
Yesterday’s ruling stays enforcement of the injunction as applied to the restrictions against the so-called “large-capacity” magazines, as of 5:00PM TODAY, April 5, 2019.
To celebrate Judge Roger Benitez’s ruling XTech Tactical is offering a special sale on its website through this Sunday!
An AmmoLand article is exhibit one in the response to California Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s petition for a stay of the judge’s decision.
Since Friday’s landmark court decision that legalized magazines holding more than ten rounds in California buyers have been going crazy with purchases.
Brownells resumed selling its entire magazine selection to California customers after a U.S. District Court declared California’s ban and confiscation laws against more-than-10-round-capacity magazine
Some online retailers like Botach have already started processing orders for the once-banned magazines to the residents of the Golden State.
This monumental victory comes in the NRA and CRPA supported lawsuit titled Duncan v. Becerra, which challenges all of California’s laws banning so-called “large-capacity” magazines.
FPC and FPF announced today the filing of an amicus, or “friend of the court,” brief in support of a petition for certiorari at the U.S. Supreme Court in Peña v. Horan.
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 Second Amendment Foundation and four other rights groups have joined in a lawsuit against the State of California for preventing individuals from exercising their Second Amendment human rights.
On Friday, November 14th, 2018, the California Department of Justice released what is obviously the first set of regulations governing ammunition registration. Why is it obvious that this is the first
It is more dangerous to live in California each year. After failure like that, California politicians call for higher taxes and more gun control. Why would politicians double down on failure?
The haters and politicians are VERY honest. Their goal is to destroy the “gun culture” in America. That means an end to all recreational shooting and hunting and gun ownership.
Gun-control in California doesn’t work. That should have been obvious in hindsight. Unfortunately, these failed laws will probably not be rescinded by lawmakers nor be overturned by judges.
With 85+ people now dead California’s government officials cry climate change, but they fail to mention the save-everything forest management practices that got them in his hot mess.
Governor Jerry Brown and the left are trying to blame the fires in California on climate change when it’s their very own environmental policies to blame.
There are now over 800 California state statutes regulating the manufacture, distribution, sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition, as well as hundreds of administrative regulations.
The glee with which people who are opposed to basic rights discuss the murder of millions in pursuit of their goals should tell the country exactly why we must stop them.
A weekend tiff over Eric Swalwell’s proposal for an Australia-style confiscation of semi-automatic firearms was marked by stupidity on all sides.
Earlier this week, the City of Palm Springs decided to repeal the reporting ordinance to avoid litigation.
Governor Jerry Brown would like to shift blame from faulty looney left-wing forest management policies to blaming global warming.