We discuss the “right to carry” case, that Scott Bach and Thomas Rogers are pursuing, which encompasses being able to defend yourself with a firearm outside of your home.
Governor Phil Murphy released a budget proposal including another attempt to massively increase fees for gun permits and to impose excise taxes of $1.4 million and $3.2 million respectively on guns.
The recently filed a petition for certiorari, asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a challenge to NJ’s unconstitutional carry law, which makes it impossible for average law-abiding citizens to carry..
The majority, in an opinion by Judges appointed by President Obama, held that the ban did not violate the 2nd Amendment because it advanced the State’s interest. [in what? disarming free people?]
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.
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.
The Court heard testimony from three of the State’s witnesses and then finished up the week hearing testimony from our expert witness, Florida State University Criminologist Professor Gary Kleck.
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.
In the Garden State, the usual approach is to confiscate first and ask questions later, and victims often don’t know their rights. In this case, the victim pushed back & confiscation was avoided.
NJ gun banner Gov. Phil Murphy & Democrat legislators silenced objections from law enforcement by exempting retired police from the gun mag ban. But they failed to exempt military veterans from the 10
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.
This week on Gun For Hire Radio… Scott Bach joins us for mag ban lawsuit status update and discusses the other laws that were signed and what we are doing to fight them.
Buy it yesterday, ban it today, go to prison tomorrow – it’s the Jersey way, and the goal of our lawsuit is to boot this law, which makes no one safer, into the trash heap of history where it belongs.
Regarding the magazine ban, you now have 180-day period within which to comply, so there is time for you to assess the best course of action with respect to your valuable personal property.
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.
The pending gun & magazine ban legislation which is likely to be voted on in both houses of the New Jersey legislature on Thursday, June 7th. Make your voice heard!
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.
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Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs has issued a public statement on school security, for submission to a joint hearing of the Senate and Assembly Education Committees
The Murphy Administration has filed an anticipated motion to dismiss Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Club’s federal court challenge to New Jersey’s unconstitutional carry laws.
On Monday, as many as 2,000 NJ gun owners packed the pavilion around the War Memorial and heard from 23 speakers, including legislators and Second Amendment leaders from around the state..
Two students at Lacey Township High-school, NJ were suspended for posting a picture of themselves shooting guns at a private gun range with the caption “fun day at the range”.
Six of the seven anti-gun bills up in the Assembly Judiciary Committee was passed after a heated hearing in a jam-packed room that could not hold the hundreds who showed up..