It is critical that all NJ gun owners read this guide and comply with the mag ban law by December 10, 2018. Failure to timely comply is a serious crime.
Just in case gun owners needed another reason to back Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey gave us one.
Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs counsel filed additional papers with the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit seeking both an expedited appeal & an injunction halting enforcement.
Despite finding that the banned magazines are “in common use,” the district court in its decision disregarded the Supreme Court’s clear command in Heller that such arms may not be banned.
A three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit issued a ruling in the case of Duncan v. Becerra on Tuesday upholding a lower court’s decision to suspend enforcement of CA’s restriction on the possession.
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court’s decision to halt the implementation of Proposition 63, which was passed by California voters in 2016.
In another blow to Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom’s anti-gun agenda, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit upheld a lower court’s decision to suspend enforcement of CA’s normal magazine ban.
Claiming that banned magazines are not needed for self-defense while simultaneously exempting their use for the protection of lawmakers is outrageous and the height of hypocrisy!
U.S. District Judge Peter Sheridan called a pre-hearing conference in chambers where he told counsel that he is scheduling a full-blown hearing on certain factual aspects of the case by mid-August.
The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action announced support to halt the enforcement of New Jersey’s ban on so-called “high-capacity” magazines.
Legendary gun rights attorney and ANJRPC board member Evan Nappen is updating us on New Jersey Gun Law with analysis of the new anti-gun laws signed by NJ Governor Murphy yesterday.
The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action recently announced support for a lawsuit challenging Boulder’s ban on commonly owned firearms & so-called “high capacity” mags.
Sen. Loretta Weinberg’s (D) bill reduced the minimum magazine capacity restriction from 15 to 10 rounds…
Contact Majority Leadership Offices. Contact the Governor’s Office. Keep Calling & Emailing Legislators. Demand That Mag Ban Be Defeated or That Real Grandfathering Be Added.
Demand that pending magazine ban legislation be defeated or that real grandfathering be added. Click here for the list of every email address of every legislator in New Jersey.
New Jersey’s pending magazine ban legislation which will likely be voted on in both the full Senate and the full Assembly in final amended versions on Thursday, June 7th,2018.
Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs is calling on all of NJ’s one million gun owners to email every member of the legislature at least once every single day between today and June 7th.
New Jersey gun owners will be forced to render the semi-automatic rifle or magazine inoperable; or “Voluntarily” surrender the semi-automatic rifle or magazine to police.
The legislation would ban magazines with a capacity greater than 10 and turn the majority of New Jersey’s 1 million gun owners into felons overnight.
In anticipation of proposed New Jersey legislation limiting magazine capacity, Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs has joined a federal legal challenge to “large capacity” magazine bans.
Recently, Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-CT) introduced H.R. 4052, a ban on what she is calling “large capacity ammunition feeding devices.”
The order almost immediately begins by acknowledging the complexity of California’s gun laws finding “the State has enacted, over the span of two decades…
So called “large-capacity” magazines have been banned from sale or transfer in California….
Federal District Court Judge Roger T. Benitez issued an injunction in an NRA and CRPA supported lawsuit that challenges California’s laws prohibiting the possession of standard capacity firearm magazi
Second Amendment advocates were cheering a federal court’s opinion blocking enforcement of California’s draconian magazine ban.