The New York Times published an article focusing on allegations of increased violence after the state of Texas moved to Constitutional Carry in September of 2021.
In Hidalgo County, Texas, about 15 miles from the border, a woman with children used a firearm to defend herself and her children from an intruder who would not take no for an answer.
A poll in Iowa shows the amendment to protect the right to keep and bear arms will almost certainly pass on November 8, 2022. It has been passed by both houses of the Iowa legislature 3 times.
A local court in Hawaii has dismissed two firearms charges on the grounds they are unconstitutional under the recent Supreme Court decision in NYSR&PA v. Bruen.
October 3, 2022, the Supreme Court denied a writ of certiorari to two promising bump stock cases, one in the 10th Circuit, another in the 6th
A long running case in Maryland is now considering the effects of the Bruen Supreme Court decision. The case challenges the requirement to obtain a license before obtaining a handgun.
A federal district court in Washington State has scheduled the trial to determine if the recent magazine ban is constitutional.
Judge Joseph Gordon granted a motion to dismiss the charge of possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number as unconstitutional.
Then his oldest yelled, “Bear!” and James turned around. The bear was about six feet from him. It had been within 3-4 feet of his back…
A federal court in New York State has found the new gun control law to be unconstitutional in multiple areas. The State has until October 10th, 2022, to file an appeal.
The FBI National Instant background Check System (NICS) shows September, 2022 has the third highest numbers in September for both NICS checks and firearms sales, as recorded in the history of NICS.
New York City defies Supreme Court and restoration of the Second Amendment protection of the right to keep and bear arms.
The Supreme Court struck down an unconstitutional infringement on the right to keep and bear arms, restoring more Second Amendment rights.
At the Orwellian named gun “buyback” event in Utica, New York, AG Letitia James office paid out more than $21,000 for 3D printed guns, showing the futility of the event.
The states with the most restrictive gun laws are repressing the exercise of Second Amendment rights. How much damage are they doing?
The Supreme Court has refused to grant a writ of certiorari for the two bump stock cases considered on the 28th of September. There are no more appeals.
A federal district court in Texas has issued a preliminary injunction against the ATF “Final Rule” and denied a Government motion for “clarification.”
The ATF has issued an open letter to explain the “Final Rule” on new definitions on what are “Firearms”, “Frames” and “Receivers”. The rule is being contested in the courts.
Data from California, released because of a court case, reveals NSSF estimates of new gun buyers are close to reality.
Judge Roger T. Benitez has set time limits for the briefs to be filed on the California Magazine ban case, Duncan v. Bonta. The briefs and response are to be filed by November 30, 2022.