SB 7 would repeal the misguided 2013 law that limited the amount of ammunition a firearm magazine can hold, now heads to the Senate floor…
In an attempt to address the ongoing budget problem in Illinois, Sen. Hutchinson decided to tax Illinois residents’ Second Amendment rights, and by extension, their right to safety
Anti-gun advocates and their media allies are furious that the gun community would dare remove an onerous and unnecessary law that limits their ability to protect against hearing loss.
Taken to its logical extreme, the opinion declares open season on law-abiding Americans who choose to carry firearms for self-defense.
NRA-ILA is proud to announce its financial and legal support of a lawsuit challenging MA’s unconstitutional ban on popular semi-automatic rifles sold & possessed.
One of the biggest signs that the hard anti-gun left won’t change course is the re-election of Nancy Pelosi as House Democratic leader.
As previously reported, U. S. Representative Xavier Becerra, is no friend to the Second Amendment and hunting-related issues…
Like so much of what Barack Obama claimed as “accomplishments,” it will hopefully amount to little more than a symbolic act of defiance…
Mr. Innis was unapologetic. “My brand of conservatism is the traditional, most decent and rational expression of the American personality,”
Make sure your U.S. senators & congressional representative hear from you on this legislation to protect Second Amendment rights & the health of American gun owners.
The California DOJ officially submitted regulations regarding newly classified “Bullet Button Assault Weapons” to the “OAL” for final publication in the CCR.
“Gun owners and sportsmen should be able to practice their sport with the tools necessary to do so safely. This bill makes it easier for them to do that,” concluded NRA-ILA’s Chris Cox
NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox Discusses the Challenge of National Reciprocity on the NRATV series, Stinchfield with host Grant Stinchfield.
California Department of Justice allegedly discovered the breach on October 27, well over two months ago, but is just now notifying individuals..
On December 30, 2016, the California DOJ filed new regulations for “assault weapons” as a result of AB 1135 and SB 880 that were signed into law last July.
The California DOJ backed down from its proposed “emergency” regulations on large-capacity magazines, asking the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) to withdraw them from consideration.
Following the beginning of the new session, constitutional carry legislation was introduced as Senate Bill 7.
Those who understand politics immediately recognized NRA’s important role in what many called the most stunning political upset in American history.
There does not appear to be an easy fix to this over-reach by Question One’s proponents. Under Nevada State law, laws passed by ballot initiative cannot be altered for three years.
The court also gave short shrift to the claim that Pennsylvania’s Uniform Firearms Act did not preempt a municipality’s regulation of unlawful firearm possession.
It is now time to repair the damage brought on by eight years of the Obama administration and to embrace the opportunities that await us.
Yesterday, the California Department of Justice (DOJ) opened the five day comment period for the “emergency” regulations relating to magazine capacity.
This important self-defense law is another step forward in protecting the Second Amendment rights of active duty members, employees and law-abiding Ohioans across The Buckeye State..
Try the simple experiment, find any positive coverage of the president elect in a major mainstream news source, especially any formally endorsed Hillary Clinton…
Early this morning, the California Department of Justice provided notice of regulations relating to magazines capable of holding more than ten rounds.