The Second Amendment Foundation expressed high hopes that the U.S. Supreme Court will “step up to the plate” & expand further on the right to keep and bear arms…
New York State Rifle and Pistol President, and NRA Board member Tom King sets the record straight on 80% lower claim.
Now, it seems, that New York City gun banner’s day of reckoning may be nigh, as the high court has scheduled the case for argument on Dec. 2 2019.
The NRA supported case challenges a NYC ordinance that violates the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding New York City residents by restricting lawful travel with firearms outside of the city.
What we can guardedly expect here is a recognition that the Second Amendment isn’t only for the home—in other words, “bear” is in the text, and we may finally see that part to be treated seriously.
New York City law that has created an absurd rule; a rule that eliminates the ability of law-abiding handgun owners to transport a lawfully owned handgun outside of New York City’s five boroughs.
Today the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association released their candidate scorecard for the 2018 New York state midterm election.
State assembly-member, Democrat Linda B. Rosenthal, has introduced a bill to prohibit all gun safety education, training and competition in New York state schools.
If you’re a fully paid NRA Life Member or you’ve been an NRA member for 5 consecutive years, then you’re an NRA voting member.
The New York State Rifle & Pistol Association issued this statement in response to remarks made on December 27th by Governor Cuomo’s spokeswoman Dani Lever to the Staten Island Advance that…..
NY Democrat Senator Jeff Klein proposes seizure of weapons from those on secret watch lists.
American citizens who reside in NY are demanding their Second Amendment rights be respected & protected. We will be in the streets & in the courts to see this fight through.
Nonsense such as this, along with Mayor Warren’s support of the failed SAFE Act, are the reason the City has seen a dramatic spike in shootings…
There have been many comments made about the decision on NYSRPA v. Cuomo by the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. Make no mistake about it, this was a victory…
The Court upheld Judge Skretney’s decision that the seven round magazine limit was an arbitrary number and unconstitutional limit.
Barabara Fiala is listed as a member of County Executives Against Illegal Guns, an organization whose goal is to prohibit the private ownership of common firearms..
Legislators who voted for the New York SAFE Act should admit their mistake, says New York State Rifle & Pistol Association.
The number of individuals who registered their guns is 24,000 and many of these are law-enforcement officials mandated to comply by their department…
NYSRPA President Tom King stated. “This common sense bill is a good first step at restoring the civil rights of millions of New Yorkers”…
Time for legislators to have an honest discussion about New York gun laws..