An American Muslim who open and concealed carries weapons got into trouble for a posting a Facebook live video after being asked to leave an event.
Venezuela is following a predictable pattern of dictators as they feel threatened. They disarm the general population, while allowing loyalists to be armed.
A bill in the Tennessee Legislature to remove the ban on gun mufflers (silencers, suppressors) has passed the senate with an overwhelming 28-1 vote.
H. 3930, a Constitutional Carry bill is on the move in South Carolina. On March 9th, it passed the Judiciary Constitutional Laws Subcommittee.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad signed a comprehensive bill, HF 517, to modernize Iowa’s gun laws on Thursday, 14 April, 2017.
When the legislature passed the shall issue concealed carry permit law, they included specifications for signage if establishments were to ban people.
An omnibus gun law reform bill has passed the Iowa Legislature and is on its way to the Governor’s Desk. Constitutional Carry was stripped from the bill.
The Sheakalee family of California finally had millions of dollars of firearms and ammunition returned after more than a year. No charges were ever filed.
NICS background check continue steady during the Trump Presidency. The number of checks in March, 2017, were at near record levels.
Ammo makers in Idaho and Minnesota are laying off staff as the demand decreases post President Trump’s election. .22 LR production has not been satisfied.
President Donald Trump issues an executive order to activate the militia, calling on all militia members to carry weapons during their daily activities.
Arkansas has passed an expanded campus carry law that does away with many “gun free zones”. A move is underway to undo some of the reforms.
Gun law reform has passed the House and the Senate, and will be sent to Governor Deal for signature or veto. There are enough votes to override a veto.
Texas and South Carolina are considering bills to allow first responders to be armed on the job. Kansas has already enacted such a law.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has agreed to mediation in two Second Amendment Cases. This is likely to end well for Second Amendment supporters.
The Romeoville Police Department in Illinois will be offering $60 cash for firearms turned in to them. Private purchases are difficult in Illinois.
The Michigan legislature is considering reform of its archaic ban on automatic knives. The ban came from yellow journalism in the 1950’s.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the separation of powers in immunity hearings on self defense cases…
Colorado is on the verge of enacting rational knife law reform. The bipartisan bill is on the Governor’s desk, ready for his signature.
The “popcorn” shooting in a theater in Florida three years ago is far more justifiable than originally portrayed in the media.
A Pennsylvania court has found automatic knives are not protected by the Second Amendment, because they are offensive weapons that have no common purpose.
An Alaskan company that sells magazine repair kits, 7.62 Precision, is being sued by the City of San Francisco. They have set up a Go Fund Me account.
The “bullet hole” in the synagogue in Indiana was not a bullet hole at all. The story that it was a bullet hole was fake news.
Senator Bill Nelson of Florida has filed a bill, the “Undetectable Firearms Modernization Act of 2017. The bill would outlaw Glocks and many Rifles.
NICS checks for February, 2017, are the third highest February on record. It is a strong start for the number of checks done during the Trump Presidency.