A Nevada Court has ruled the state law banning possession or sale of “unfinished frames or receivers” is unconstitutionally vague.
The Nevada Supreme Court recently issued a ruling upholding the immunity of firearm and ammunition makers from civil lawsuits.
A Nevada Judge has announced after a recent hearing that he will strike down major portions of a new Nevada gun law on Constitutional Due Process grounds in a major victory for Polymer80, inc.
The bill will ban people in Nevada from possessing, purchasing, transporting, or receiving gun parts without serializing them.
It has been designed to smear gun owners and advance citizen disarmament by swindling the ignorant into surrendering their rights.
A forensic audit of Antrim County, Michigan produced explosive claims of fraud in Dominion machines. Similar numbers of “adjudicated” ballots were reported in Clark County, Nevada.
An AR15 rifle was used in self defense against a black bear in Galena, Nevada, south of Reno, on 19 June, 2020. After an investigation, no charges have been made against the homeowner.
When Chappell-Hersh was located by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers, he had a Glock 30S (a .45 caliber semi-automatic firearm) with a 26-round extended magazine on his person.
“Pete supports expanding the permit-to-purchase program to include ammunition sales—including online ammunition sales—to ensure both firearms and ammunition are subject to a background check.”
With the Nevada Caucus this weekend, we’re continuing our series of Democratic candidates and their anti-gun positions. Today I wanted to share Amy Klobuchar’s anti-gun agenda.
Nevada’s anti-gun politicians sold their background check legislation as a way to keep guns out of the hands of criminals, as we all know they submit for background checks…
The legislature added a law that anyone convicted of a misdemeanor domestic battery loses their right to possess firearms. That right, however, is enshrined the NV Constitution & the U.S. Constitution
Attorney Don Green has some comments on some wins and losses for our pro-self-defense and pro-Second Amendment rights this year in Nevada.
Ignoring the constitutional rights of law-abiding Nevadans, on June 14th, Governor Steve Sisolak signed omnibus anti-gun Assembly Bill 291 into law.
If a “popular vote” replacement of the Electoral system is allowed to stand, you can kiss “legal” recognition of the right to keep and bear arms goodbye…
Earlier this year we sent out a gun survey to every candidate in the race for all various seats available in the State of Nevada, from US Congress all the way down to city legislators.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt applauded a Nevada District Court’s decision to toss out a lawsuit brought by the proponents of Nevada’s stillborn [universal] Background Check Act.
Steve Sisolak has made gun control a central part of his campaign, so it is essential that voters know that what he and his gun-control allies are really saying is that gun owners are guilty.
The goal is to allow deer and elk herds in eastern and central Nevada to utilize their critical winter range habitats without being disturbed.
A reward of $10,000 is being offered for any information that will help solve a case of an adult moose illegally killed 20 miles southeast of Jarbidge, Nevada..