April 2021 NICS checks and gun sales broke another record, but just barely. We may have reached a new normal for the level of gun and ammunition sales.
A cheap gun opportunity is scheduled for 15 May in Canton Ohio. There will be a gun “buyback” or turn-in scheduled to start at 10 a.m. Private sales are legal in Ohio. This is a chance to buy.
A Walmart customer openly carrying a pistol and a Walmart customer concealed carrying a pistol meet in a dispute over a shopping cart. The result was predictable.
The Texas Senate Special Committee on Constitutional Issues passed Constitutional Carry bill HB1927 on the Senate floor for debate and a vote, 29 April, 2021.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards has threatened to veto any Constitutional Carry bill that comes to his desk.
After a setback in the Senate Judiciary Committee, Open Carry with Training, HB 3094, is recalled to the Senate floor for debate.
It has been claimed some homemade shotguns were purchased at the Pensacola, Florida gun “buy back” on 20 March, 2021. They were approved for sale, but not purchased.
In the debate over Constitutional Carry, Senator Lucido claimed the right to bear arms had never been taken from Texans. He was wrong. It was taken in 1869.
You can learn to think like someone who has chosen to be unarmed. Understanding the mindset makes it easier to persuade others to appreciate more guns in hands of citizens.
When a murder & shooting took place at the Westroads Mall in Omaha, Nebraska, a gun owner acted as security for himself and others. Says he would do it again.
In the 1990s, there was disagreement about how to restore Second Amendment rights. It was an argument between those who insisted on all or nothing vs the incrementalists. 2A Incrementalism works.
A three judge panel on the Ninth Circuit has held Judge Lasnik of Washington State did not have the authority to stop a State Department rule change upholding the First Amendment on 3D printing
A circuit court judge in Illinois has found the state requirement for an FOID card to be unconstitutional under the Second Amendment.
On 26 April, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a write of certiorari (agreed to hear) the New York Rifle v. Corlett case. The case will be about denial of carry permits.
A breakthrough may be happening in South Carolina’s move to incrementally restore Second Amendment rights.
A rabid bobcat attacked Kristi Wade in a North Carolina suburb. Her husband, Happy, grabbed the cat, threw it, and shot it.
A New York State prosecution for illegal possession of a silencer falls apart because the item was a legal solvent trap.
The Oklahoma legislature is considering a reform to allow drivers threatened by crowds, to escape by force. If shown to be justified, they would be immune from lawsuits and criminal prosecution.
Louisiana has a good chance of becoming the next member of the Constitutional Carry club. SB118 just passed the Senate committee.
An experienced Montana outdoorsman had bear spray but was attacked and killed by a grizzly bear near Yellowstone Park on 15 April 2021.