ANJRPC has filed legal papers asking the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit to reconsider our appeal after the recent bad decision of a 3-judge panel which tossed the case on technical..
California AG Becerra has petitioned the Ninth Circuit to review the Duncan v. Becerra case about banning magazines, en banc.
Recounting the history of firearms in America, the court found these magazines are commonly possessed by millions of law abiding Americans for lawful purposes.
On 2 April, 2020, a 3 judge panel of the Ninth Circuit heard oral arguments in Duncan v. Becerra, an appeal of the District court finding the ban violated the Second Amendment.
It appears that several New Jersey laws were broken. The guest speaker possessed several “large-capacity” magazines, unserialized 80% AR15 lower receivers all in violation of current NJ gun laws.
Democrat Rep. Jerrold Nadler’s panel is slated to consider 3 gun-related bills, a ban on gun magazines, extreme risk protection orders and a prohibition for people convicted of hate crimes.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has announced last week that he will convene a special session of the state legislature in order to push a package of radical gun control legislation.
The stay that found the California Magazine ban unconstitutional was put in place by the Honorable Rodger T. Benitez to protect Second Amendment supporters.
The New Jersey State Police responded to our FOIA request. They confirmed what our sources inside the New Jersey Police told us. The gun owners of New Jersey have surrendered no magazines.
Jewels of logic and reason from the California District Court that a ban on magazines is clearly unconstitutional.
Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto signed new bills that restrict the use of some semi-automatic such as the AR15, limit magazine size, and enacts a Red Flag Law.
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.
The so-called “high capacity” magazine ban reversal in California last week shows that the tide is turning & is a gleaming example of why no gun owner should ever comply with laws infringing on 2A.
Since Friday’s landmark court decision that legalized magazines holding more than ten rounds in California buyers have been going crazy with purchases.
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.
The National Rifle Association applauded a decision by the Vermont Superior Court yesterday to allow a lawsuit challenging the State’s ban on standard capacity magazines to proceed.