Are we supposed to feel gratitude toward such politicians who will condescend to allow some of us to own a list of approved guns? The gun control freaks would likely say yes.
Law-abiding New Jersey residents should not attempt to obtain the Maxim 50 Muzzeloader. To do so is to invite decidedly unpleasant legal repercussions.
These bills only serve to punish law abiding citizens who comply with the law. Couple that with the poor wording and the lack of understanding and you get the perfect storm…
This means obtaining one of these firearms is now easier than transferring a handgun, and there is no registration. Bad news for the other item in NJ….
Senate Bill 219 has been introduced to the Ohio Senate to ban any device that can “accelerate rate of fire” like the much-maligned bump-stocks…
The gun-controllers are using the Las Vegas massacre as an excuse to go after every gun-control scheme they can think of. None of which would have prevented the massacre
A new poll conducted by NPR/Ipsos, a majority of Americans favor tightening restrictions on firearms, including a ban on “assault-style weapons”…
Banning, or further controlling or restricting, bump-fire accessories is just more useless, feel good, gun control. No, thanks.
The GOP leader of the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), threw cold water on the bump stock regulation discussion.
American gun owners take note of leftist media’s nonsensical, but deliberate, vilification of bipods, scopes, “bump-stocks, etc is deliberate.
Don’t blame bump-stocks or ATF, don’t blame anybody but the evil people who perpetrated this crime. No law, no regulation stops those with evil in their hearts.
We’re not going to bend to the media narrative that says somehow we need to agree to “reasonable” restrictions just because some anti-gun elitist says so..
McAuliffe has no legal authority to do so, but is trying to find a way anyhow. The law or the Constitution have never slowed down McAuliffe..
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has issued the following statement concerning calls for new bans and regulations on firearms and firearm accessories:
The National Rifle Association has announced that it supports the review of bump fire stocks to see if they are in accordance with current federal law..
Bump fire stocks are stupid & a waste of ammo. But, that’s not the issue here. The real issue is another assault on the Right to Keep & Bear Arms.
The NRA believes that devices designed to allow semi-automatic rifles to function like fully-automatic rifles should be subject to additional regulations.
The Arbalest Quarrel concludes that the SilenceCo Maxim 50 Suppressed Muzzleloader, is illegal in New York. Therefore, no New York resident should attempt to obtain one…
In response to pre-litigation demands from the NRA and CRPA, the Los Angeles has voted to repeal a city ordinance prohibiting the sale or transfer of “ultracompact firearms.
The most outspoken proponents of these restrictions on rights are the very people who bear the most responsibility for the events in Charlottesville…
Yes, you heard me correctly, Vepr rifles are now banned from importation. There is a bit of a complex story so bear with me.
AmmoLand News recently reviewed the Mossberg 590 Shockwave Firearm which lead to many questions if it was legal in states like New Jersey?
J. Joseph Rossi declared Grand Rapids-Kent County Convention/Arena Authority’s (CAA) anti-gun policy to be preempted by state law and therefore unlawful.
Pelican Products the company that produces custom cases and inserts for guns, has a no guns sign on their front door?
State Senator Loretta Weinberg’s law has had the effect of stopping any technological progress in the area of “smart guns.”